anonymous asked:

For the odd pairings: Doug and Lonnie

- They are actually suprsingly close.

- Back in elementary school, Lonnie would always do her best to protect Doug from any bullies, while Doug would try to stand up for Lonnie whenever people told her she couldn’t do certain things because she’s a girl.

- After being pressured by some other classmates, Doug had been very confused about if he liked Lonnie as a friend or as a girlfriend. In the end, he realized that he’d much rather remain platonic, yet very good friends.

- They constantly wind up sharing the same Study Hall period, in which Lonnie would manage to convince Doug to go get fast food with her.

- Pinky promises.

- They both were glad the VKs were coming over, but they still were really nervous the night before and talked a lot about it.

i love romantic wil/attorney but i also love platonic wil/attorney just as much or maybe even more.

because:

wil teasing the attorney over their crushes or the people who crush on them.

“you went on a date? what a scandal!”

he’s a little nuts but goddamn it he’s loyal as hell and he would never let anything hurt his friends, not if he can help it.

imagine if the attorney picked up on that “bully” catchphrase!!

poker nights with him and damien would be so intense lmfao.

board games in general honestly.

honestly he would support damien and the attorney’s work so much he would be their #1 supporter?? like someone questions damien’s policies or something the attorney did and he’s just like “NO FAK U”.

celine getting to know the attorney through wil and damien and like…becoming less of a bitch?? so now we have celine/attorney brotp too and she doesn’t see the attorney as disposable anymore.

he’s pure and i love his relationship with damien and the attorney in all its forms

Chapter 01: Gray & Juvia

.: I Remember Tears Streaming Down Your Face :.

When they first met, he didn’t really think too much of it. She was just an enemy, who was threatening his family. And that was unforgiveable. But as they fought, he saw that there was a flicker of light buried behind the poisonous nature of Phantom. And although he couldn’t quite keep up with all her mood swings, he found himself naturally gravitating towards her. He found himself wanting to bring that light he saw out of her, and help her find a healthier path in life, much like others had done for him. So, he pushed, and struggled to find and maintain that balance between remaining loyal to his guild and helping this stranger - this enemy. When the sky finally cleared, and he saw her crying, he was caught off guard, but something inside of him finally clicked into place, and he finally understood some of the things she had been spouting during their battle. She had never seen the cloudless sky, nor the sun.

It was an odd feeling to watch someone see the blue sky that loomed over everyone heads for the first time, but he would be straight up lying if he described the moment as anything less then magical.

After that meeting, he had never expected to see her again, his mind would still wander back to her, occasionally, and their fight, and he would find himself wondering how she was doing and hoping that she was moving towards finding her own happiness. He had never expected to see her at a casino, with the lovely ambiance of Natsu and Happy getting angry at a machine, like the children they were. But he couldn’t bring himself to say he was disappointed about seeing her again, and he could feel his heart warming and fluttering as he could see how she had grown since they had last met. And when they fled to go rescue Erza, he was given the opportunity to see how helpful she could be as an ally, rather than an enemy, and whilst he still wasn’t happy about her berating Lucy quietly, behind his back, he could still feel the seeds of friendship beginning to sprout.

He found himself completely elated when she joined their guild, and he found himself looking forward to working with her, because it meant that he could keep on helping her - and when she defended Gajeel, he found himself lacking the will to fight as he trusted her judgement so instinctively. He wasn’t sure what to make of this odd pull towards her, but aside from her blooming adoration of him, she was very alluring in her own right. He knew that he wasn’t ready for romance yet, not whilst he was still working out so many mental issues from his many run ins with his past, he knew in that moment, that he had found an ally that would stick with him for as long as she possibly could.

That assurance of loyalty was something, he didn’t realize he had been lacking. Of course, Fairy Tail had his back, and he still loved their bizarre family to death, and he could still trust Erza and Natsu with his life, but he didn’t realize that he had been keeping his distance from them too, as a defence mechanism to try and dissuade a repeat of his past. But he was completely incapable of keeping her away and out of his life. He couldn’t even keep her at a distance, because her promise of assured support was something he had been quietly craving ever since Deliora, but was too afraid to ask for.

It was a little overwhelming and intimidating to be this close to someone, and to be able to put this much trust into a bond that ran deeper than romantic and even familial, and he even his pride couldn’t deny that it was terrifying. But, he put up with it, because he couldn’t bring himself to push her away, because her presence was still soothing, no matter how lovesick she became.

But, when the conflict with the Tartaros guild rolled around, a brand new, huge fear made itself known. He was so swollen with grief and despair and sorrow, at the fact that he had all but killed his own father, that he found himself facing the quiet insecurity that had been lurking just behind the shadows in his mind. The question of whether he deserved to even be in the Fairy Tail killed, when he had purposely brought harm to his own blood, ran around and around his mind, never once being silenced for the entire year that the guild had been split up. And that of course, included her, and whether he deserved her loyalty or not. When she had confessed to be the final nail in the coffin of his father’s death, he could feel his heart on the edge of breaking as she broke out into tears, right there and then as she claimed that she no longer had the right to love him.

He saw that they were both dealing with the same problem, but at the same time, he realized that they both wanted to keep the relationship that they had built up over the course of years, but neither of them were sure that they could still have that bond, after what they had done. When he stood up and walked up to her, he crumbled in her arms, because he was so desperately clinging to what they had. He thanked her and apologized to her. All his feelings were running together, as his grief-stricken heart hissed venom at the woman who had killed his father, whilst his lonely mind was so glad that he could stay like this, with her.

She held him on that day, and allowed him to cry his tears and speak his mind, and still her view of him didn’t change, somehow. They stayed there for hours, as they both caved to their emotions, clutching to each other as they still battled with the question of whether they were still allowed to ask for help from the other.




Feel free to point out any spelling or grammar mistakes, please. They’re really useful! 

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Next Chapter: Ultear & Meredy

  • Allura, in the middle of battle: everything hurts
  • Keith: Bitch me too
  • Allura: what's a bitch? Is that bad?
  • Keith: ...
  • Keith: it's a loving/endearing term for a close friend or family member
  • Allura: oh, well thank you. I also think you're a bitch, Keith
  • Keith, trying not to laugh: thanks Princess, that means a lot
  • Allura: *gets up and moves to walk away*
  • Keith: wait where are you going?
  • Allura, running off: I'm going to tell Shiro he's the biggest bitch I've ever met!
  • Keith, seriously trying not laugh and crying a bit: you go do that. He'll love it

remember that one time in Legacy where Varric’s ‘friend’ tries to kill Hawke and Hawke asks him if he wants to spare him and Varric replies “not if he’s after you Hawke”

or that one time when Batrand came back and Varric tells Hawke they should sit down for the news because it’ll probably upset them

or when Varric was “so sorry about what happened in the Fade” or how he wanted to kill Batrand for fucking with him and Hawke and (potentially) getting Hawke’s sibling killed/conscripted

or that other time when Cassandra was totally going to murder him and Varric still told her he didn’t know where Hawke was, but he did, and when they turn up in Inquisition and Cassandra’s about to kill him for lying where she’s like “you knew where Hawke was all along!” and Varric answered “you’re damned right I did!” and “I was protecting my friend!” and then at the end of that argument Varric says “you know what I think? If Hawke had been at the Temple, they’d be dead too. You people have done enough to them.”

such a fucking brotp