jellal and wendy

Thank You For Everything Hiro Mashima

Thanks for the fun ride! I will always be part of this fandom! [I would say so much more but Im saving my tears for the last chapter]


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One: You must never reveal sensitive information about Fairy Tail to others for as long as you live


Two: You must never use former contacts met through your being in the guild for personal gain.

Three: Though our paths may have diverged, you must continue to live out your life with all your might, you must never consider your own life to be something insignficant , and you must never forget about your friends who loved you


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One Era Ends and a New One Begins 👆

Let’s not be sad, [we can be a little sad tho], lets be happy that we got 11 years of this beautiful work of art. 11 years of our favorite characters.

Me after seeing all of the Fairy Tail Final Chapter spoilers

It was an outburst of emotions, but nonetheless I’m so grateful to Mashima for all the time and dedication he put into this manga that has changed all of our lives and impacted us in a great way! I can’t wait for the whole chapter to be released. More importantly, Fairy Tail will live on in my heart 👆🏼

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Land Next to Me: Chapter 4

A/N: Whoops it’s been a while since last update! And I really apologize because nothing really happened in this chapter aha. Hope you guys enjoy it!!

Fandom: Fairy Tail/the 100

Rated: T

Words: 3670

Pairings: Nalu, eventual Gajevy and Jerza

Summary: Three hundred years since the human race has set foot on Earth, one hundred teen prisoners are sent down with nothing but their wits and each other. Even though she’s just as scared as everyone else, Lucy Heartfilia will do anything she can to make sure they survive.

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Chapter 4: This Is Earth

Natsu couldn’t stop the bubbling laughter that escaped him, amused beyond belief.

These people were ridiculous; fighting between themselves in front of their enemy while making wrong and dangerous assumptions. If he wanted to, Natsu could easily break out of the restraints and kill them all—except maybe the one with the strange weapon. His leg throbbed as he glanced at the weapon, his adrenaline starting to wear off and the pain started to kick in in full gear.

“Lucy, we can’t just let him walk around here free. He’s still a threat and a very dangerous one at that.” Jellal sounded exasperated, his words coming out sharp but tired. But he was right—Natsu was a threat. “We should at least keep his hands tied,” Jellal finished, shooting him a glared filled with distrust before flicking to exasperation as he shifted his gaze to the blonde, Lucy. As much as Natsu thought Jellal was a dick, Natsu could tell that he was smart. And being smart would keep him alive.

“I’m not an idiot, Jellal,” Lucy huffed before pulling his arms behind his back carefully. She probably didn’t want to injure his hand any further, “but we can’t treat him like some kind of animal.” Natsu didn’t really understand how Lucy was able to trust him so quickly. The only thing she was basing her trust on was the word of a friend, and that could lead her down a very slippery and deadly slope. Natsu sighed, letting her tie his hands together while keeping his gaze trained on Jellal. Just because they trusted him now, or, at least, didn’t think he’d murder everyone, didn’t mean he had to think the same.

“Can you go get Wendy?” Lucy suddenly demanded as she leads him over to the corner of the room to sit down, “his wounds need to be looked at,” a jolt ran up his leg with every step, like a sword cutting into his muscles over and over.

“Fine, but she’s not allowed up here alone, understood?” Natsu narrowed his eyes, wondering who Wendy was. She must be someone important to them, or someone weak.

Jellal paused at the opening, staring Natsu down with an obvious threat in his eyes. If he so much as touched Lucy, Natsu knew Jellal wouldn’t hesitate to tie him back up and shoot him with his weapon. And Natsu didn’t fancy dying, not when he could still help his people.

“I’m sorry,” he heard a soft voice mumble from his side and he turned to look at Lucy, head low and hands curled into fists in her lap in her seat next to him. “We were rash—but we-we had to be.” She shook her head as if trying to clear her mind—and she probably was.

“None of us asked to be here. But we are, and we plan on surviving. Because this is our home now too.” Her eyes rose to meet his, the intensity behind them throwing him off for a split second. He didn’t expect to see that from the same girl who had been hysterical and confused for the majority of the time he had been in their ship. “I don’t regret it now, but I am sorry,” her lips quirked and Natsu suddenly felt curious about her, having originally written her off as weak, “though that doesn’t mean that we fully trust you either.”

He found himself smiling, lips pulling upwards slowly as she stared at her. He figured Jellal was the one in charge, but maybe this girl would show him up. “I know. I’m sorry too,” his voice was soft and low as he spoke, watching her eyes widen before quickly averting her gaze again. He felt a soft puff of air on his arm as they heard Jellal return with someone he assumed to be Wendy. His eyes took in the young girl, blue hair tied up in pigtails and brown eyes staring at him with both fear and determination.

His lips turned upward into a warm smile in an invitation, an attempt to show he didn’t plan on hurting her. He didn’t plan on hurting anyone unless they hurt him again. Even then, it would only be in self-defence. He didn’t want to hurt anyone.

His grin only widened when he saw her mouth move into a shy smile of her own as she kneeled to look at his leg. His eyes followed her, watching her face flash to one of horror at the wound before turning back to resolve, tugging on the fabric that was tied just above his knee. It was something the oranged-haired one had tied onto him before bringing him up. She grabbed the knife that laid forgotten to the side, cutting his pants open carefully to look at his wound.

Her eyes closed briefly as she left out a long breath before opening them again, focused on his wounds, “Lucy, can you go get Cana and ask her to look for something strong enough to work as a disinfectant? And tweezers. I’ll also need something to elevate his leg to slow the blood flow,” Wendy’s eyes darted to where he had been tied up and her nose scrunched in disgust, “he’s already lost a lot of blood.” Natsu was amazed by how calm Wendy was being, not expecting her to take charge like she was. She could only have been twelve or thirteen— most of their healers only started to become experienced enough to do something like this when they were around sixteen.

Lucy dashed from the room in search of whoever Cana was and the orange haired one followed her, leaving him with Wendy and Jellal. The other occupants of the room were left sulking in a corner shooting glares his way. He recognized them from the lake—they were the ones who followed Levy into the water, nearly getting themselves killed. His lips curled up in annoyance at their glares. He had tried to save them—they didn’t understand that, he knew. But they would have died if he wasn’t there.

Wendy grabbed a cloth and dipped it into a bucket of water she had brought with her, ringing out the excess water before carefully wiping away the blood surrounding his wound. Jellal came closer, hovering behind Wendy with arms crossed as he kept a close eye on the both of them. Natsu met his eyes, being sure to keep his expression blank.

“Can I ask a question?”

Jellal seemed surprised at his voice and Wendy halted her movements briefly before continuing as if nothing had happened. Jellal shifted, rolling his shoulders back and making himself look taller before answering, “you can ask, doesn’t mean I’ll answer.”

Natsu let out a short laugh, “well that makes sense,” his eyes shifted down to the weapon in Jellal’s pants, lips pursing together and eyebrows furrowing. “What is that thing?”

“Huh,” he heard Jellal breath out, something like amusement coming from him, and if Natsu had to guess, the weapon was common knowledge for their people, “it’s called a gun. Sort of like your bow and arrow I suppose,” Jellal pulled it from his waistband, holding it for him to see clearly. “All I have to do is pull this trigger, and a bullet—a small, round, metal object—flies out at whatever I’m aiming at.” He pointed the gun at Natsu’s head, a smirk forming on his face, “so you better behave, grounder.”

Natsu let out a breath, eyes wide as he stared at the gun. He still didn’t quite understand how it worked, but he knew it was powerful. He had never seen such a thing, and he decided that maybe coming to see Skaikru wasn’t such a stupid idea.

“Do you have more of them?”

Jellal slipped the gun back into his waistband, smirk still plastered on his face, “wouldn’t you like to know.”

Natsu narrowed his eyes, not sure if that was a yes or a no. Jellal was good at hiding what he was thinking and feeling, something that was probably natural to him from the looks of it. Natsu was jealous of that—he had to work for years until he was finally able to hide his feelings properly, and he knew he still had room for improvement.

His eyes snapped to the opening of the floor, seeing a head of gold appear. Lucy climbed up off the ladder and made her way over to the group.

“Here you go, Wendy, a bucket for his leg, some booze Cana somehow managed to sneak onto the dropship—don’t ask me how she wouldn’t say—” her voice was airy, as if trying to hold back a laugh, though Natsu didn’t have a clue why, “and I found a first aid kit,” Lucy kneeled down beside the blue-haired girl, taking each item out of the bucket as she described it before moving the bucket to his injured leg. She raised her eyes to meet his, and he saw the same hesitation and fear that lingered from before.

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I choose you. And I’ll choose you, over and over and over. Without pause, without a doubt, in a heartbeat. I’ll keep choosing you.

The manga may be ending but we still have the anime to look forward to!

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