soooooo, I’ve been working on this Fantasy!AU right????
It’s still kinda in construction, but basically, Haru comes from a line of ‘water people’ and it gives him the power to bring water to life. He can’t control it, he can talk to it, but he can never force it to act against its will
Meanwhile you got Makoto who comes from a normal family, but he’s one of those who was born with the Light and that gives certain healing powers. He will be sent to a special academy later to learn how to use them and potentially become a healer. He is still afraid of water and his own powers, but Haru is working really hard to make him understand that ‘water would never hurt him’.
So anyway, I’m having a lot of fun with this so you can expect more of it~ And I have like hundreds of really cute headcanons for this so I gotta find a way to share them all
Okay so this is part of a cover of The One That Got Away by Katy Perry. This was a few years ago at a singing show thing and it’s the audio from my dad’s video of it so it’s not the best quality. It cuts off halfway through so this the link for Part Two
headcanon: Belle was shocked the first time Will brought her coffee, because she just assumed that that it was over after that one night when they met at the Rabbit Hole. But he went off and took time to ask Granny what she likes (a nonfat small mocha, light whip) and brought it over with that silly grin of his, and she was just stunned. Also when she asks him where he’s been or what he’s doing, she literally has to force him to shut up because he will just. Keep. Talking.
He thinks she’s working too hard trying to keep both the library and the pawn shop running, even though Belle is insistent she can do it on her own. He says, “maybe so, love, but let me help you, eh?” And she’s shocked because somehow it just hasn’t ever been something she’s experienced that in a relationship, she gets taken care of and pampered and freely lavished with information and treats and kisses and support
and that’s when she realizes that yes, she can do this, she can, and more than that, she’s doing it for him, that her love is actually making someone better instead of just progressively worse and that’s just really revelatory for her