anonymous asked:

Madara waking up in a stranger's home, beside him is his unconscious bro, his right arm is gone, he sees some of his other comrades, and sees a woman healing Izuna's arm back and she explains Izuna DIED but she brought him back and some of his comrades back her up on the story and she begins to heal Izuna's arm back on. HEadcanons?

Thank you for the request. It was fairly interesting to think about. 

Headcannons of Madara meeting a Mysterious woman who saved Izuna

  • In this random occurrence, I think the biggest question is… how was she able to bring Izuna back to life and who did she sacrifice to save him, because in the Naruto universe from what we’ve seen, you can’t give life to another without taking life yourself.
  • Beside that phenomenon that needs to be answered, Madara going to be perplex, especially if he has never seen or heard of this woman before. He is going to have a lot of questions on his mind such as what clan was she from, where do her allegiances lie, what is she after?
  • I think Madara would also be concerned that since he was unconscious and so was his brother, that the woman might be trying to investigate the sharingan or their bloodline. Or if the woman didn’t know about the sharingan, Madara would fear that once she found out she would pose a threat to them. Like for instance, she would try to gain their trust as Izuna recuperated and then one day try to backstab them by taking Izuna’s eyes or something along those lines.
  • Madara would not trust this woman from the start even if he woke up in her care and all his men vouch for her. Madara is unsettled at the circumstance and is not comfortable about the idea that he was in a weaken state that he required assistance. Madara might lash out when he wakens and might even try to kill her if he found her hovering over him, attending to his wounds.
  • If the woman can gain Madara’s trust, which will take a lot of time, Madara might make her one of the clan’s healing hands. He would offer her a home in the Uchiha compound and she would be much like a servant to the soldiers to help heal wounds. After much more passage of time, if Madara finds her worthy enough, he might have her marry into the family by a lesser Uchiha member. It would be the ultimate sign of unison and trust between her commitment to the Uchihas.

pandafleur  asked:

Number 5 for MadaTobi please? (You can obviously tell what my favorite pairing is)

(it’s okay, their my favorite pairing too)

“I’m going to need you to marry him,” Izuna said to Madara as he plopped down next to him in the new Akimichi restaurant.

“What? Why?” Madara looked bewildered at his brother.

“Because I would trust no one else to take care of my best friend than my brother,” Izuna told him, stealing some food off of Madara’s plate.

“When exactly did you get so protective over a Senju?” Madara sputtered.

Izuna gave him a flat look, “When I realized that he would never go after his own happiness, and made the executive decision to get the two of you together in the first place.  But back to the matter at hand, you need to marry Tobirama.”

“We haven’t even been dating that long,” Madara protested, “Marriage seems like a huge jump.  I mean, we haven’t talked about either of our long term plans!”

Tobirama slid into the booth next to Madara and snagged some of the beef himself.

“He just realized that if he wants to marry Touka, you need to be married first,” Tobirama said over Madara’s protests.

“Well, yes, but also because I only want you to be happy, Tobirama,” Izuna reached over and took Tobirama’s hand.

I’m your brother!” Madara protested.

“Yes, and I love you and want you to be happy, but Tobirmaa needs me to actively interfere,” Izuna rolled his eyes.

“And I love you for it,” Tobirama said amused.

Madara groaned and covered his face with his hands.

small-epics  asked:

Kat reading your fics/ the Minato headcanon "sexual orientation badass" just has me thinking about Izuna and Minato somehow meeting and it being a confusing mess of "you're hot." "No you're hot." And trying to impress each other while simultaneously being constantly impressed and basically nothing ever gets done


Oh god, this is like a descending spiral of awkward flailing attraction. Where will it end? Nowhere. Ever. It is infinite. There is no escape for anyone around them.

Why Naruto Failed The True Fans

1) Sakura would have been a great heroine, but her obsession with sasuke ruined it

2) Hinata should have made her goal to bring justice to the branch side of the family, not to slide into naruto’s pants

3) Kakashi should have revealed what Konoha did to the Uchiha Clan

4) There should have been an afterlife reunion between Izuna and Madara

5) There should have been an afterlife reunion with Itachi and his clan (especially the precious Fugaku and mikoto)

6) There should have been more backstory with the Akatsuki members

7) What the fuck is the minkaze clan?

8) HashiMito should have been the ultimate power couple

9) Naruto should have changed the system

10) Akamaru should have many babies

11) Guy should have died, killing Madara and proving everyone that “hardwork will always beat talent” not having him permanently disabled

12) Who the fuck is Kaguya hoe?

13) Orochimaru, rather than sasuke should have been jailed

14) Danzo didn’t die painfully enough

15) Hiruzen was the WORST hokage in history

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In other words, The Uchiha Clan

swagness2001  asked:

I was reading your headcanons for Hikaku and. Mito and Hikaku? She may have married Hashirama, but come on. A Sensible Being. From the Uchiha clan? What god sent this gift? Hashirama didn't realize the only reason he made peace with the Uchiha was because Mito married them to Hikaku.

Omg I LOVE this. Have some ridiculousness, I couldn’t resist. 

“He’s pretty, isn’t he?” Mito asks thoughtfully, eyeing the Uchiha currently arguing—more or less politely—with Izuna. Hashirama caught enough of their conversation earlier to know that Hikaku is the main reason Izuna even agreed to peace talks, though those talks look like they’re going to go up in smoke if something doesn’t change drastically.

Hashirama blinks at his wife, then glances back at Hikaku, wondering if this is one of those things established couples are supposed to do. Looking at other people is healthy, right? And Hikaku is definitely worth looking at—all the Uchiha are pretty, but Hikaku has finer bones than most of them, and the high ponytail emphasizes the delicate angles of his face. Hashirama caught a glimpse of him smiling at his younger cousin earlier—the cousin who then attached himself to a bewildered Tobirama and refused to be shaken loose—and he was lovely indeed.

“Very,” he agrees, offering Mito a smile, happy to make her happy.

“Hmm,” Mito offers thoughtfully, and snaps her fan shut. She glides away with the poise of a queen, cutting right through the Uchihas’ argument and somehow coming out on the other side with Hikaku on one arm and Izuna gaping behind them. Hikaku doesn’t look like he has any clue how it happened, either, but when Mito turns her empress smile on him he flushes and doesn’t try to pull away.

Hashirama might have looked deeper into it, because it’s Mito and she never does anything without a reason, but that’s the moment Madara and Tobirama get into another hair-pulling match and he has to bolt over and break them up. Wrangling them back to their respective corners pushes the matter entirely out of mind, and Hashirama forgets all about it.

It stays forgotten right up until he steps into their bedroom that night and finds Hikaku tied to the headboard with Mito perched on the mattress beside him, smiling like a tigress.

“Oh,” Hashirama says dumbly, and then “Oh,” as the pieces connect, because he might not have his wife’s mind for politics but he’s gotten a lot better at reading through the layers in each of her actions, and this one is clear. He chuckles, leaning over to kiss her gently, and then offers Hikaku a warm smile. “Hello. Just her, or both of us?”

Hikaku goes crimson, stutters, and then groans in clear mortification and closes his eyes, tipping his head back against the pillows. “Both of you,” he manages, almost a squeak.

“This is a test run,” Mito says cheerfully, and stands up to drop her robe to the floor. Hashirama watches her with admiration and no little hunger, because Mito is the most beautiful woman he’s ever seen and so devastatingly brilliant he can barely breathe when he looks at her sometimes.

From the sound Hikaku makes, he entirely agrees.

Mito laughs, leaning in to kiss Hashirama teasingly before she bends to offer Hikaku the same. Hashirama watches them, feeling the heat crawl through his blood and curl up his spine, and then prompts, “Test run?”

“Mmm.” Mito leans forward, the cascade of her scarlet hair tumbling free of its buns, and sprawls on the far side of Hikaku, sliding a possessive hand down his bare chest as she gives Hashirama a wicked smile. “If we all have fun and there are no objections, I can have a wedding scheduled within the week.”

His wife is an evil mastermind, Hashirama thinks fondly. He’s so glad she’s on his side, though he does feel a bit of pity for Madara, who keeps trying to oppose her. Leaning forward, he unknots the ropes holding Hikaku, and at Mito’s pout reminds her gently, “Bondage on the second date, Mito. Let’s see how he is with his hands this time.”

One of the hands in question slides up Hashirama’s shoulder, tentative but determined, and curls around the back of his neck. Hikaku puts just enough pressure behind the gesture to make it a question, and Hashirama goes gladly, kissing him thoroughly.

“I’m very good with them,” Hikaku promises, faintly breathless, when they separate, and his eyes are crimson and black in the low light of the bedroom.

Mito chuckles, looping an arm through Hashirama’s to pull him close. “Prove it,” she challenges, and tumbles Hashirama onto the bed with them.

(It’s a good night, and the look on Madara’s face the next morning when he bursts in to complain about Tobirama is very nearly better.)