Saving the world is a no big deal (Pietro x reader) Part 1
After finishing university you got offered a high position job at Stark Industries, which was a great achievement although not entirely unexpected since you were a well known face in the the field of robotics. When Tony Stark came out as Iron Man you got recruited to work for S.H.I.E.L.D. You were quite happy with your new job, sometimes collaborating with Tony Stark himself to work on alien weapons and technology.
And than came the day when the world plummeted into total chaos. We were attacked by a immense number of alien invaders that were sent a signal trough space as a part of Ultron’s fail-safe plan. We couldn’t fight them as there were too many of them so there was only one other thing we could do; we built a time machine that resets the time line and the only people left with knowledge of what was going to happen were S.H.I.E.L.D. agent’s. No point in saving the world if nobody is going to remember, right?
Well, the earth was saved, but since we knew what was going to happen during the final battle with Ultron, most of the people in Sokovia were saved on time, including Quicksilver.
After your work on the TITS (or Time Inversion by Tony Stark, that he insisted on calling it) he managed to get the Director to assignee you to the Avengers team. That is when you met Pietro Maximoff.
Interestingly enough you got along quite well with everybody else, even with Tony, who was now one of your good friends and a declared (by some) royal pain in the ass. You grew close with Wanda, whom you’ve seen as a sister you never had. But her brother was a whole other story.
Sometimes you would have a whole conversation without the stupid jokes and have a good time while watching a movie. But sometimes he would have a snarky remark to everything you said to which of course you would return the favour, which would in turn result in a nasty fight sooner or later. Sometimes he would just straight up ignore you with no apparent reason.
You grew tired of his mood swings pretty soon and stopped making an effort to be friendly. You would go on about your day and greet him only if he greeted you first. It seem that that approach worked; he stopped his erratic behaviour and would occasionally initiate an actual conversation.
With time you became really good friends, he still threw stupid jokes your way but they were always in the playful tone and you did the same. You genuinely liked having him around. He would sometimes train together with you, Steve and Natasha. You would spend your free time watching you favourite movies together. He would often drop by The Workshop and you would show him the newest piece of technology and then Tony would kick him out from fear of him destroying your equipment.
But the best times were always the drinking games that occasionally happen in Tony’s langue. This was one of those times.
(Note: I’m writing these for my friend and will probably upload the other parts as well.)