Daichi has existed among the decadence and debauchery of the red-light district his entire life with no hopes of ever extracting himself from its hold. The omega son of a courtesan, he is no stranger to the desires of the alpha men and women that visit Karasuno, a well know pleasure house where he works as one of the household staff.
When the local daimyo of their region comes to call on Karasuno for a night of revelry and distraction, he brings with him his close vassal and guard— a dark, mysterious alpha who does not seem inclined to ignore Daichi like so many others have before, regardless of his humble position.
As time goes on, Daichi isn’t sure it’s just pleasure the stranger is after. It doesn't help that things are never quite as they seem, especially within the haze of their hidden world.
Wolfsbane and Windows: Poison, Defenestration, and Other Diplomatic Resolutions to Interpack Disagreements, 3rd ed. by pepperfield for blackjapck (27dis)
09 Jan 2022
"I hope this is just another wolf thing," Moniwa says, his fangs peeking out in a stress response.
Oikawa shares a skeptical look with his fellow wretches. "You think tackling your rival to the ground and then pinning him down with your thighs of steel as he tears open your shirt is a werewolf thing?"
This town ain't big enough for two packs, which is why they're on the brink of war.
Well, Kuroo and Daichi are, anyway. Everyone else is just kind of along for the ride.
Kuroo and Daichi sure have a lot of children for two men with no children.
a post-time skip canonverse series born from these two questions:
1. what if sakusa kiyoomi, known too-blunt jerk, is equally straightforward about his soft, tender feelings?
2. what if miya atsumu, resident big fat jerk who doesn't care if his teammates hate him, is too emotionally stunted to notice when his one of his teammates actually likes him?
18 Jan 2022
For generations the mountain god known as Kuroo-Yamatsumi has protected Sawamura Daichi’s people and land, ensuring their prosperity and happiness. Despite this, a fierce drought has recently gripped the valley surrounding Daichi's home, destroying their crops and pushing his village to the brink of collapse.
In a last-ditch effort to appease the mercurial deity who has apparently forsaken them, Daichi willingly offers himself up as a sacrifice to the god when it is suggested that such an act might save his people. Traditions can be surprisingly misconstrued over time, however, as he quickly comes to learn. To spare his sister from shouldering the burden he has decided to carry, Daichi leaves his home believing he is going to his death but discovers along his journey that it's not actually a sacrifice Kuroo-Yamatsumi is looking for.
It's a bride.