Everyone helped Emily to cook a big christmas lunch/dinner, where half the food was eaten from the boys snacking. You all talked and pulled crackers (do they do these in US? idk) over the meal. After you had all eaten, you all collapsed in the living room, with full stomachs, where you all exchanged presents. You and the pack had a tradition of watching christmas movies in the evening, whilst you all snacked on christmas sweets/candies.
Imagine where Seth is the reader’s best friend and Paul imprints on her so Paul keeps nagging Seth to tell him about her?? Please? I loved that last imagine you did about Embry and the BBQ!- Anon.
Word count: 386
**REQUESTS ARE OPEN**
Paul sat on the couch in the Clearwater house. Sue had let him in, but had left shortly after. He’d been inside the house before, of course. Still, it felt awkward to be sitting there all alone. He was just waiting for Seth to get home, because he knew Seth wouldn’t be able to avoid him forever.
Seth knew it too, and it irritated him to no end. He didn’t see why Paul couldn’t just do things himself. Yes, he did know quite a bit about Y/N. Really, he knew everything that anyone could know, even the things he didn’t exactly want to. They had been best friends for years, and knowledge just came hand in hand with that.
When Seth finally walked into the house, he was only mildly surprised to see Paul sitting there, eagerly waiting for him. It had been a week of this nonsense, and Seth was just sick of it.
“What? What the hell could you possibly want now? Do you not have a life that you need to live? Are you so bored that you have to obsess over a girl who doesn’t even know you exist? Just go talk to her!” Seth shouted. Irritated was not quite the word; furious was not a proper word either.
“I just want to know more about her. I can’t talk to her yet, I need conversation topics.” Paul said, arms raised.
Did Seth not see how hard this was for him? He was never the kind of guy to imprint, yet here he was. Y/N was, from what he could tell, his total opposite. He couldn’t just talk to her, it was never that simple.
“Everyone on this whole reservation knows her, go ask someone else.” Seth stormed off to the kitchen, but to no avail. Like a lost puppy, which he mostly was, Paul followed him.
“Just tell me one thing about her. Just one.”
“She likes it when guys ask her about herself, rather than when they ask me.”
Paul Lahote had imprinted, and boy, was it a mess.
Author: see-the-fandom-imagines Warnings: none. maybe nightmares. but actually just pure fluff Word Count: 3117 A/N: This will be my first and only story about Twilight. I tried, but I don’t really feel like I’m in it with my full heart. I hope you understand this, and maybe you even like this one (and I hope I got his personality right…Unfortunately I haven’t read the books/seen the movies in years!) Request: the request about twilight would be that y/n lives in Forks and one
day she goes to the beach in La Push (she’s never been there before)
because she had a fight with her mom and wants to clear her head at a
place nobody would expect her. and coincidentally the boys are there
and Paul imprints on her. he can’t tell her roght away so he gets to
know her slowly and tells her about shapeshifting and imprinting when
they are already together.
You drove past the
road sign that read ‘La Push’, simply heading straight ahead. You had
fled from a major argument with your mother and just needed to get
away from everything for a moment. And usually you could do that best
while driving. After you had done the dishes, the laundry and
cleaned both the toilet and your room, and just wanted to relax a bit
she had come inside your room, telling you that you could help her
with dinner. Because apparently 'she always did everything alone’.
Everything alone, my ass. This not being the first
time, that she had accused you of not helping at all in the
household, you had snapped, which eventually resulted in you and your
mother shouting at each other, until you finally took your coat and
stormed out of the door.
The moment you
left the house you knew that she would try to call you around ten
minutes later, but right now you just had no patience for this. You
needed to be alone for a while.
you lived in Forks for almost four years now, you had never once
visited the beach in La Push. You guessed it was the typical
not-visiting-anything – attitude one would get when living in a
place to long. Furthermore your mother was not very fond of this reservation. So no one would expect you there, and you could be by yourself
for a few hours.
It didn’t take long for you to find the
beach, given that you had seen around four different signs on your
way here.You got out of your car, and made your way over towards the
sea. As your feet stepped into the soft sand, you immediately
felt better. The salty smell of the sea calmed your nerves and
managed to even get a small smile on your face. You searched a
nice place next to a few trees, and let yourself fall down into the
You sat there like
this for maybe and hour, just staring at the sea and thinking about
everything and nothing. You started to think about the argument with
your mother, but quickly realised that she most likely would do the
same thing tomorrow, and therefore it was definitely not worth to
think about. So you allowed your thoughts to wander. School, your
friends, everything that came to your mind.
Until you suddenly heard
voices coming your way. As you looked up you realised, that the
people they belonged to were closer than you had thought. A group of
around five boys, who were laughing together, shoving each other
around in a playful way. From their looks you cloncluded, that they
most likely belonged to the Quileute. They probably came down here quite often. Still, you started to feel slightly uneasy as you saw them
approaching. You didn’t know these boys, and if you were honest, you
seldom had good experiences with a lot of strange boys approaching
you at once. You stood up and patted your trousers to remove the
sand, as you realised, that the boys seemed to have seen you. They
weren’t too far away anymore, and you could make out single faces. At
least they didn’t seem to interested in you, which made you feel a
You knew that you would have to pass them, if you
wanted to return to the main street. Taking a deep breath, and
throwing on your jacket, you approached the group, who luckily didn’t
seem to mind you at all. Somehow this made you feel a little
safer, and you even dared to let your gaze wander through the group.
Two of the boys had sat down on a log, that had probably been washed up
during a flood or something, and they still talked and laughed around
playfully. One boy was just standing there, grinning slightly, and
suddenly he turned his head towards you. Your eyes met for a second,
and you could see how his grin faded, and he just stared at you, as
if suddenly startled by your presence. He didn’t move, he didn’t
speak, he just stared at you. And it made you feel definitely uneasy.
Quickly you turned your eyes down to the ground and stuck your hand
into your pockets, leaving the beach and planning to go straight
A few metres further you turned around once more, to see
that three of the other boys now stood around the guy that had stared
at you, and seemed to talk insistently to him. Quickly you turned
around again and went back to where you had parked your car.
you didn’t get far.
You had just reached the street again, as
suddenly someone behind you called out for you. „Hey! Wait a
You ignored the voice and headed straight ahead, hoping
to get to any place with a few people around, so he would stop
bothering you. „Hey, girl!“, he shouted again, but you just
sped up your pace. Eventually, though, he reached you, and began to walk
next to you.
he grinned at you, and you finally looked at him. He had black
hair, like the other boys, and his eyes shimmered dark brown. But
there was something else. The way he looked at you. You didn’t know
if you were scared, or fascinated, by the way he simply stared at
you, as if you were the first girl he had ever seen in his life. But
at the same time he seemed confused, as if he wondered, why he even
ran after you.
„Hello“, you greeted, and stopped
reluctantly. He grinned at you and you couldn’t help yourself but
to think, that it looked almost challenging, and you didn’t know
why, but somehow this made him look incredibly attractive. He
stretched out his hand. „I’m Paul“, he introduced himself.
took his hand and shook it. „I’m (y/n).“ You had no idea why,
but this boy didn’t look like he would do you any harm.
absolutely no reason to, and he definitely looked like you shouldn’t,
but you trusted him. Well, as much as one could trust a guy one had
met thirty seconds ago.
Paul had followed the pack down to the beach. It was not as if he had
anything better to do. And he didn’t know if it was because of their
shared fate, or not, but he slowly grew to actually like the boys.
They had just reached the old log, as suddenly a girl caught his eye.
She had obivously seen them approach and stood up to leave the
beach. Jared and Sam had seen her as well, but didn’t really seem
to care. Neither did he. Or so he thought.
He had just laughed
about a stupid joke Jared had made, as he turned his head. The girl
was barely ten metres away, and in the same moment he had turned his
head, she had looked up, and their eyes had met. Immediately
Paul’s grin vanished, as suddenly a wave of emotion swept over him.
She was the most beautiful girl he had ever seen. All of a sudden
he felt the strong urge to walk over to her, to speak to her, to take
her in his arms. And even though he had always imagined this moment
to be different, to be a lot more mundane than this what he felt
right now, he knew exactly what this meant.
He was not able to move, even though he knew he had to go after her,
before she would vanish, but he was completely overtaxed with all the
emotions he suddenly felt at once. Embry seemed to have realised that
something was wrong with Paul, for he nudged him in the rips.
„Paul?“, he asked, causing him to wake up out of his trance.
He still stared after the girl. Now the other’s too, had become
curious. „Don’t tell me-“, Quil said, as he followed his
Suddenly Paul felt Sam’s hand at his shoulder, who actually
gave him an amused smile. „Go“, he simply said and Paul didn’t
wait a second longer. He knew that Sam had understood, and the
other’s probably as well. He ran as fast as he could after her. She
had already reached the street.
„Hey! Wait a second!“, he
shouted, but she didn’t even look around. He scoffed, and clenched
his jaw. Of course she didn’t. He had to seem to her like a lunatic,
running after her like this. But he couldn’t stop himself. He had to
talk to her. „Hey, girl!“, he tried once more, but again no
reaction. Angrily he sped up his pace, until he had finally reached
her. But she didn’t stop. She just continued walking.
he said, and she looked at him. Even though he had been frustrated
and ready to punch a wall only a second earlier, as soon as she
looked at him, he felt calmer, and he couldn’t help himself but grin.
Close up, she looked even prettier he thought, as she now finally
„Hello“, she answered, and he stretched out his
„I’m Paul. Lahote“, he said, and grinned even more as
she took it. „I’m (y/n)“, she introduced herself. Even her name
sounded beautiful. „Are you new here?“, he asked letting go
of her, and she shook her head. „Not really. I live in Forks“,
she answered, and smiled slightly. „I just never came here.“ Her
gaze wandered over to the sea. „And now I wonder why.“ Paul
smiled down at you. „Well, if you would like a little tour, I don’t
have anything to do right now.“ She smiled up at him, and
checked her watch, giving him an excusing smile only a second later.
„I’m sorry, I would love to, but it’s getting late, and I’m pretty
sure my mum worries already.“ Slowly Paul nodded.
He needed to
see her again. He were meant for her.
But he also knew, that he
couldn’t force her. He knew how the whole imprinting thing worked.
And he knew that he did not have the same effect on her, as she had
He pulled out his phone. „How about we exchange
numbers, and when you come down here again, I’ll show you around a
little?“ She seemed to think about it, before pulling out her
phone, too. „Sounds great!“
After you had given him your number, Paul had written to you on the
same evening. You had answered instantly, and so you had made up for
a meeting on the weekend. He had showed you around La Push, the
beach, the forest, his favourite places. You could tell that he liked
you, and you had to admit, that you had fallen for him as well. He
was always nice to you, and even though you had realised pretty soon,
that he was kind of a hothead, you knew that he would never hurt you.
And it hadn’t taken long for you to realise how to calm him down when
he got angry.
And around your fifth date, he had finally asked
you how you felt about him. Slightly embarassed, you had stuttered
around, until he had taken your hand and looked into your eyes.
„Because I cannot describe what I’m feeling for you. I want to
be there for you, and I will always protect you“, he had said,and
you had never seen him so serious as in this moment. And you knew
that he meant every word of it.
And this was the moment you had finally
admitted to him that you had fallen in love with him.
Since that day, exactly one month ago, you had been a couple, and you
were happier, than you had ever been in your entire life.
Today Paul had asked you, to meet him at the beach in La Push,
exactly where you had seen him the first time. You didn’t really know
what he planned, but you had a smile playing around your lips, as you
sat on the log, much too early and stared at the sea, waiting for
him. It didn’t take long for him too arrive, Paul, too, slightly
too early. He hugged you from behind and you could see him
grinning as you turned your head towards him. „Hey“, you
greeted him and turned around, to press a quick kiss on his lips.
„Hey“, he said, and sat down next to you. He had taken his
hand in yours, and looked at you, a somewhat weird expression in his
features. You raised your eyebrows. „What is it?“, you asked,
slightly worried, and shifted a little, to get a better look at him.
Paul licked his lips and suddenly seemed grim. The only thing
that stopped you from freaking out at his behaviour were his fingers,
still gently stroking over the back of your hand. „I need to tell
you something“, he said, and shifted, too, looking directily into
your eyes. „Just… Promise you will listen until the end, okay?“
Utterly concerned you nodded, waiting for him to speak up. „Well,
I have… uhm“, he started and you saw the muscles on his jaw
harden as he seemed to think about the right words. „…Special
abilities“, he finally said, leaving you almost more confused than
before. „Abilities?“, you asked. „What kind of abilities?“
„Don’t think I am crazy, okay?“ You shook your head, furling your
brows once more, at his slightly aggressive tone. You knew he
wouldn’t hurt you, but this simply proved how difficult this was for
him. „I’m… a shape shifter.“ You didn’t move, but
simply looked at him, trying to process what he just told you.
„A…shape shifter?“, you asked, and he nodded. „I transform.
Into a wolf.“ He looked at you and you shook your head, laughing.
He clearly made a joke. There was no thing as shape shifters in real
life. „Paul, if you try to freak me out, you definitely
succeeded“, you said, but he just shook his head. „I prove
it“, he said, suddenly determined, and let go of your hand. „Paul,
what are you talking about“, you asked and looked at him. He looked
around, and as he didn’t seem to see anyone, he stepped away from
you. „Paul you’re scaring me“, you admitted, and he held up his
hand. „Don’t be scared“, he said, before taking a deep breath and
breaking into a sprint. Confused you looked after him, as he suddenly
jumped into the air… and transformed. His body stretched and as he
landed not one second later, a gigantic wolf trotted your way, his
fur dark-silver and his dark eyes directed at you. Your mouth stood
agape, and you had opened your eyes wide as you tried to process what
just had happened. Your boyfriend had just transformed into a
gigantic wolf! He had reached you now, and stood in front of you.
His eyes still looked the same, still the same dark brown you had
fallen in love with. Slowly you stretched out your hand, and the wolf
stepped close enough for you to touch him. This has to be a dream,
you thought, as your hand touched the soft fur, and you managed to
finally speak. „P-Paul?“, you asked and the wolf seemed to
nod. „But how?“
The wolf made a small noise, not really a growl, and not really a
whimper, as he turned around and ran away. Still in some sort of
shock, you just looked after him, until you couldn’t see him anymore.
A few minutes later Paul ran back to you from the same direction, his
shirt, you noticed now, ripped on the beach and he was wearing
nothing but jeans. You still hadn’t moved, as he had reached you.
„I’m sorry“, he said, sitting back next to you. „It’s
always a little problem with the clothes.“ You looked at him,
not really able to say anything. „Sorry“, he apologised again. „I
just didn’t knew how to tell you otherwise.“
„How long?“, you asked finally, and he wet his lips. „Around a
year and a half now“, he said, looking at you. He was serious.
„Sam… Jared“, you started. „Are they too…“ „Yes.
All of us“, Paul answered. „We belong to Sam’s pack.“ „Wow“,
you finally whispered, staring at the ground in front of you, trying
to process everything you had just witnessed. „But there’s
something else“, Paul said, taking your hand back in his. You
turned your gaze back up to him. „Fire away“, you sighed.
„It’s not like anything could shock me now.“ Paul smiled
slightly at your commentary and nodded. „We have something that
we call 'Imprinting’.“ You raised your eyebrows, waiting for
him to speak on.
„It’s hard to explain. At one point in our lives we see someone,
and… something happens. We imprint. As I saw you I knew that I
never want to leave your side. I want to be there for you in good and
in bad, and I will be whatever you need me to be. A friend, a lover,
the worst enemy of everyone that ever hurt you. Especially the worst
enemy of everyone that will try to hurt you in the future. As I saw
you, I thought you were the most beautiful, the most fascinating girl
I have ever seen in my whole life.“ You looked into his dark
eyes, as you slowly understood what he told you. „So,
you’re…imprinted… on me?“
He nodded. A smile grew on your face. The whole situation was so
absurd, so abnormal, but here you were with a shape shifter that had
just turned into a wolf and now swore you his eternal love. And you
were surprised of yourself for simply accepting everything he had
just told you, so easily. You chuckled, before smiling at him.
„Does this work the other way round as well?“, you asked,
cupping his cheek with your hand and slowly leaning towards him.
„Because I’ve fallen hopelessly for you, Paul. And I don’t care
whether you are a wolf, or a duck, or a cockroach in your free time.
I love you.“
A tiny smile spread on Paul’s face, as he leant down to you. „I
love you“, he whispered, before pressing his lips hard against
yours, his hand buried in your hair, while pressing you closer
towards his body.
He moved his lips against yours, wrapping his free
arm around your waist, before he rested his forehead against yours,
his eyes still closed.
too busy helping bella build up her team that he forgets about his own
has an amazing collection thanks to edward, who will practically carry her up mountains to find what she wants
knows exactly where to find all the super rare pokemon. has an epic arsenal without trying at all, which really pisses off edward
has actually gotten into real fights when he runs into other vampires that are also hunting for pokemon
accidentally crossed the treaty line while searching for a snorlax. sam didn't have time to get mad at him because he was looking for it too
claims she doesn't have app; totally does. her ninetails is her pride and joy
there's a yellow-controlled gym at the hospital protected by a really strong chansey owned by a trainer named DoctorAcula. no one knows who it is. those big quileute boys keep coming down to the hospital to try and beat it
collects pokemon that remind her of her children and name them after them. has a genuinely fun time and doesn't go to extremes
can't beat that damn chansey at the hospital for the life of him. keeps trying anyways
reroutes patrols so they run through pokestops and gyms. every gym on the reservation is blue-controlled and as long as he's around, that isn't going to change
buys phones for the entire guard, sends them out across the globe to dominate gyms for the red team. super proud of his gengar