all hail the dragon slayer

What if Gajeel and Levy had a son that started off super tiny (looking extra tiny when dad is holding him) and probably one of the smallest toddlers of the guild, and ended up towering over both parents like ‘Jesus Christ how did that thing end up that big?’ and probably one of the biggest of the guild babies?

The Lake Will Shine and Burn

Twenty-first installment of the Bard series. (One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty, twenty-two, twenty-three, twenty-four, twenty-five, twenty-six, twenty-seven, twenty-eight, twenty-nine.)

With a little help from this AWESOME imagine found at @imaginexhobbit

Bard x Reader

Warnings: Yay! Bard is out of jail! But wait… isn’t that him on the bell tower???

Word count: 2,619

No clothes. No food. No weapons. Nothing but a few jackets and scarves to keep warm.

There was no time for anything else.

With four Dwarves, four children, and an Elf, you set off amidst the already needlessly panicking townspeople in a too-small rowboat. Their panic is soon rendered rational, however; the screams hit your ears, twisting on your every nerve alongside nauseating anticipation, before a great gust of wind steals over you. The screams grow louder, more plentiful as a massive shape momentarily blocks the night sky from view of the canal.

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