Cute blog with even cuter admin!!! ♡ Can I request a scenario with Trickstar members and their s/o watching a horror movie? Maybe with the s/o a bit scared? ( Up to you which Trickstar member is even more scared lol )
aaaa, thank you;;; jsahka I’m really not that cute hhhh;;; But anyway, Trickstar is so cute, they don’t get enough appreciation! Especially as the main unit, I would expect people to like them more…
Sorry for the wait, here’s your request! These took me quite a while, though they’re pretty short,,, I hope you enjoy!
(also spoilers: I made two of them scared oops it seemed to fit)
It’s hard to take anything seriously around this boy.
For real, how was he laughing right now?
“Hahahaha! Look, that blood is so fake! It looks like ketchup! I bet they were cutting a sandwich with that knife, and got ketchup all over it!”
The said knife was held in the hands of the killer, who had vanished after the protagonist got only a glimpse. They were breathing heavily; but not as much as Subaru’s poor significant other. They were watching with wide eyes as they followed the screen. A shriek sounded, resulting in them flinching and covering their eyes.
The orangette couldn’t contain himself.
“That scream sounded so fake! And it was so delayed!” he pointed between laughing fits, doubling over.
Having him laugh was pretty reassuring.
They had finally relaxed a bit, smiling at Subaru’s antics. But the moment the killer’s mask appeared in the dark hallway on the television screen, they yelped. A scream followed, along with an eerie laugh and the sound of a blade running through skin.
They had instinctively pushed themself up against the hysterical male, who’s laugh had only grown at the scene. The bubbly and warm sound comforted them; until it came to an abrupt end.
They suddenly felt two arms wrap around their shaking form. Warmth enveloped them as Subaru laughed a bit.
“You’re scared, huh? Don’t be! It’s just a movie, after all! Movies like this are actually pretty funny, if you make them!”
His body shifted a bit, sliding himself closer to his scared partner.
Their face was still buried in his chest. In a swift movement, he had snaked his head down to theirs, peppering their face with kisses. A giggle escaped their lips, forming a grin as they tried to pull themself to freedom. In response, he pulled them closer.
“There’s that smile~ Your smile is dazzling, you know? More sparkly than anything in the world!”
With one final peck, he grabbed their hand and led them outside.
They didn’t have to ask to know what he was doing. This was a normal part of the routine; no matter where they went together, the day always ended with stargazing.
The orangette laid himself on the ground, staring up at the night sky. He squeezed the hand of his significant other, turning to face them. The lights of the starts twinkled in his bright blue eyes. Even in the dark of night, he seemed to be glowing like the sun.
“Hey, guess what?”
Without waiting for an answer, he continued.
“I love you~”
A faint scream sounded from behind them. Subaru laughed once again, seeing his significant other quiver while whipping their head around frantically. He sat up, squeezing their hand to reassure them. Though that didn’t stop his giggle fit.
After all, he left the movie running on purpose.
How did he do it?
Slow, eerie music poured from the speakers, filling the ears of the couple on the couch.
The music stopped for a moment. It was silent; until the creepy doll appeared out of nowhere, jumpscaring one of the two on the couch.
They held tightly to the male’s arm, who didn’t even flinch. His stillness was surprising. After getting a good look at his face, they couldn’t help but stare.
He had no emotions showing. He was deadpanning, watching the movie with absolutely no reactions.
“You’re hurting my arm,” he commented, expression unwavering. They huffed out an apology, releasing their death grip on his arm. Only now did they realize how tight they had been clinging; they had left marks and cuts from their nails.
Their attention was turned to the screen once more. But not for long; they once again averted their eyes as the doll once again creeped up form the shadows in all its glory. Hokuto, however, continued to watch. His expression remained unchanging.
“Why are you staring at me? The movie is over there,” the boy spoke up, sparing a glance toward his significant other.
They finally decided to mention it. They asked how he had such a straight face.
“I’m just not scared, I guess.”
They continued to gaze at him.
“What? I answered your question.”
How was he not scared?
“It’s just not scary. Dolls aren’t alive.”
He’s not scared? At all?
Not even a tiny bit?
“I already told you.”
Not even a super small-
They were cut off by a shriek sounsing from the television, resulting in them jumping. They had almost fallen off the couch, breathing heavily as they attempted to slow their heart rate.
“Be more careful. I wouldn’t want you getting hurt while under my care. Your parents might hold it against me.”
They examined his face for any sign of… anything. But they were met with blank blue eyes.
“Why are you so jumpy? Sit still.”
They sighed, leaning back into the couch. He didn’t react as they cuddled up against his side, resting their head on his shoulder.
It was comforting to have him so calm, even with the terrifying background noise. Feeling a new sense of content, they drifted off to sleep.
Hokuto looked down at their sleeping form. He sighed.
“I asked you to sit still, not to fall asleep…”
He placed a tender kiss on their forehead, all while keeping his emotionless expression. He was starting to feel a bit nervous, for some strange reason.
“Huh. Maybe the movie does scare me after all…?”
Looking down at his love’s sleeping face once again, he felt his heart tug.
Yeah, it had to be the movie.
The blonde sat motionless, eyes gaping at the screen. Lights flashed through the dark room, coloring the walls and his terrified expression.
It had been Makoto’s idea to watch the new horror film out. He had gotten all excited about it, explaining how everyone’s been talking about it. Being the expert information gatherer that he is, he learned the basic plot, and got plenty of insights on the movie. Yet after all that, here he was, even more afraid than his significant other. And, they didn’t want to be rude, but it was kinda funny. He had been acting all big and brave, claiming he didn’t mind if they got scared. Not even a few minutes after, he was shaking in fear.
Knowing he would be too shy to do it himself, they inched closer to him. He tensed up a bit at the contact, though slowly relaxed. He seemed calm now that the scary part was over. Or so he thought. The blonde fell off the couch at a jumpscare, letting out a short, high-pithed scream. The act was followed with an “Ow…” as he slowly stood back up, rubbing his head. His lover couldn’t help but giggle at the sight of him. They had jumped, too, but his reaction was over the top.
They finally opted to help him up, offering to turn the movie off.
“No, we have to finish it! Subaru told me that the ending was the best pa-” his sentence was cut short as he, once again, jumped. Though this time it was from the piercing screech coming from the speakers.
“Ah! Turn it off!” he begged, covering his eyes. They smiled, pressing the power button on the remote. The screen was overtaken in black, leaving the couple in complete darkness. “Gah, the lights! Where are the lights?” the boy panicked. A crash sounded through the room.
Once the space filled with light, it took a moment to find where Makoto had gone. But there he was, faceplanted into the carpet with the table laying on its side under his feet. Who wouldn’t laugh?
Makoto slowly got up, adjusting his glasses. He must be insanely lucky that they didn’t crack. “Uh, sorry,” he apologized awkwardly. They dismissed it, helping him fix the table.
He stayed silent, just staring at the now upright table. And he would’ve stayed like that, if his lover hadn’t spoken up. They asked if he was okay, to which he nodded.
They took him by the hand, leading him to sit back on the couch. Once he was seated, they pulled a blanket over the both of them.
But when they started spooning him, his face turned bright red.
“Ah, what are you doing?” he stuttered, obviously embarrassed.
Soon after, he mustered up the little courage he had; placing a soft kiss on their cheek.
“Sorry we couldn’t finish the movie.”
They shook their head. They were pretty scared, too. There was no reason for him to feel bad. That managed to cheer him up a bit. Or, at least get hin to smile.
His arms wrapped loosely around their waist. All the terror that had filled him only moments ago seemed to all wash away at once, a sense of comfort overcoming him. A small smile formed on the male’s face; even as shy as he could get, he felt at ease around his significant other. His head fell to rest on their shoulder. After only moments, he drifted out of consciousness.
“I love you…” he muttered out, grinning as he slept in their arms.
Mao had always been one that enjoys babying others, even if he complains a bit.
Now was no acception. Actually, he wanted more than anything to baby his significant other at this moment.
Feeling their figure tremble nervously as the movie became more intense, music slowling down to add suspense, the redhead wrapped an arm around them. With his free hand, he held theirs, rubbing calming circles on the back of their palm.
“Hey, don’t worry. I’m right here, okay? And it’s just a movie, anyway.”
He gave them a gentle, reassuring smile.
In less than a second, that smile flipped into an expression of pure terror. Mao gaped at the screen, his green eyes staring it down in fear. He was visibly trembling.
“That part scare you?” he had trouble keeping his voice steady as he spoke. His features were set in a grin once again, but his eyes suggested otherwise.
They observed the fear in his eyes, unsure of what to say.
“I’ll be here to protect you if anything happens. And again, this is just a movie. It’s all staging.”
At this point, he sounded more like he was talking to himself. Mao looked more scared than his lover, which made him slightly frustrated. Why can’t he be cool and calm like Hokuto?
He let out a quiet sigh. Nothing he can do but pretend he’s not scared.
Easier said than done.
The second year’s eyes were now shut tightly. The terrifying scene played endlessly in his head, as much as he tried to force it down. He gulped nervously. By then, his arm had slid down his partner’s back, resting near their hip. His other one was still gripping theirs. Or, more accurately, squeezing.
They nudged Mao’s side, successfully getting him to look at them.
“What, are you scared again?” he asked softly. The question made them laugh. Were they scared? Sure, a little. But he, on the other hand, looked ready to pee himself.
“Mao, it’s okay to be scared. You don’t have to act so tough,” they assured. Mao looked surprised; offended, even.
“…You could tell?”
They laughed a bit. He might as well have been holding up a sign that said “I’m absolutely terrified,” because that’s how obvious it was. He frowned.
They offered to shut the movie off, if it’s too scary.
“Don’t worry about me. I’ll be fine, if you wanna watch it.”
After a quick examination of the redhead, they turned the television off.
“Too scary?” he questioned.
They giggled. “Yeah, for you.”
His face heated up at their remark. Staring at them in disbelief, he spoke. “I said I was fine!”
They decided to leave it be, knowing that Mao would only get offended. They snuggled up against the male, smiling in content. He wrapped his arms around them in response. With his chin rested atop their head, and hand stroking their hair, he whispered gently.
“I’ll become stronger for you. I’ll train until I can protect you from anything that comes your way.”