It's okays not be with overly graphic, I understand (oh well I think I understand pretty well lol), so for the request! What Todoroki, Bakugou, Kirishima, Aizawa and Midoriya (separate) would do to protect their s/o from the patients of the first Outlast? (Like send they to hide in the lockers, ask to stay in a place until they go back, hope you understand). Here they don't have their quirk but of course they have the camera.If that's okay, headcanons :3 And God I love you haha <3
(I’m sorry for dropping Midoriya, the character limit is 4 characters) And I very much hope I could write this well enough! I tweaked things a little bit, since the game is rather limited in what the protagonist can do, so I changed that up a bit, I hope that’s okay? I also hope you’ll like it!
- He’s very quiet and careful while he maneuvers around the asylum. The more attention he can pay to his surroundings and the sounds, the better and he’s good at noticing dangers coming towards them.
- The only times Todoroki asks his partner to hide, is when he only has to go a little distance and it depends strongly on how well his love is able to defend themselves.
- He knows that during any sort of horror setting, you do not split up, so that’s something he pays great attention to. In the same way, if his partner doesn’t want to separate, they don’t.
- When it comes to being able to escape alive, Todoroki is willing to get some injuries. If he’s climbing a fence and fights his way through barbed wire to get out, he does it and he takes his partner along too, letting them go first and watches out for dangers, before he follows them.
- If he keeps the camera until the end, strongly depends on whether or not it hinders him in moving forward. He knows there is sensitive material on there and if he chooses to leave it behind to have both hands free, he hides it and resolves to call the authorities once his partner and he are safely out and tells them where they can find the camera.
- While he’s not exactly quiet and stealthy, he’s also a bit less loud than some would expect. Mostly it is because he doesn’t know what dangers await them and with his partner at his side, he tones down taking risks.
- Bakugou isn’t afraid to fight or attack other assailants and he knows how to throw a mean punch. However, if they’re outnumbered and his partner is with him, he chooses to retreat for now, until they can find a better way to get past the patients.
- He hates to leave his partner behind and he doesn’t really do it, unless some special circumstances force him to do so.
- Bakugou always keeps an eye out on alternative ways to escape and when they end up outside without anyone attacking or following them, he takes the time to see if he can get the fence to budge or if they can climb over it, no matter if they attain injuries while doing so. Surviving with a couple of deep scratches or a couple of treatable wounds is better in his book than to lose their lives.
- He finds the camera annoying and also useful. Mostly, he leaves it in his partner’s hands, unless they need to hide and he needs to go alone to get something or switch something on, that is when he borrows the camera and asks them lie low and wait until he comes back.
- He’s slow and very cautious with making his way through the asylum. Kirishima makes sure to always hold on to his partner’s hand so they can’t disappear or walk ahead, while he peers around corners and tugs them into hiding spots when he hears steps coming towards them.
- Kirishima absolutely loathes even the thought to leave his partner behind or to ask them to hide while he goes ahead. He always worries that something could happen to them while he’s away, so even if it looks like he should go alone, he goes with them.
- While Kirishima is careful not to antagonize anyone and to avoid confrontations, he also isn’t afraid to punch someone or fight back if someone manages to get the drop on them. He’s also picking up things they can use to defend themselves, even if it’s a pipe or the broken leg of a table.
- The first moment he sees another way out, he takes it. Scaling walls that aren’t too high or dropping from higher places and then catching his partner, he doesn’t care if he gets injured or twists an ankle, as long as it means they can both escape in one piece.
- Kirishima doesn’t really capture any of the gory details on film, but rather enough so that when they give the camera to the police, they can see enough to know what’s going on and what they could expect when they get into the asylum.
- He’s stealthy and quiet when he makes his way through the asylum. Aizawa smartly avoids confrontations and finds alternative ways as much as possible; even if it means he breaks open air vent shafts or takes the time to move some furniture away from a door so his partner and he can squeeze through.
- Aizawa looks around for additional information or things he can use, be it keys, keycards, a map of the building so they can navigate it easier or weapons they can use. He also looks for a utility room, since those places often have wrenches and other things they could use to make things easier.
- He doesn’t like to leave his partner behind, however, if he thinks it’s safer this way and his partner agrees he looks for a hiding place for them. If they refuse to leave his side, he accepts that and is extra careful when they need to go and look for something.
- He avoids confrontations as much as possible, though should someone attack them, he does his best to knock the patient out and then ties the guy up if he has the material to do so.
- Aizawa tries to capture as much useful material as possible on the camera, so that when they escape, they can back-up their story and give the authorities more than enough information to work with, so that when the police or the military go for the asylum, they at least know what to expect.