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anonymous asked:

Hi there. Shy crush feels the same but ask them whether they still want them since their quirk is to read minds. Same headcanons with Hizazhi, Aizawa & Toshinori? :3

Hizashi Yamada

Present Mic for the most part, looked over his significant other’s quirk and thinks that their quirk does not make them evil or ill-willed. After all, a person can’t really decide what their quirk is and he believes that his partner is an amazing individual who has the potential to do good as long as they decide that they want to be a hero.

Shota Aizawa

He would be concerned with his partner’s mindset, considering that they would even think that he wouldn’t want to be with them because of their quirk. He would most likely say that what they said was dumb and that’s not even a setback in the relationship. His partner’s quirk and the will to become a hero despite the treatment people gave them is enough for him to make his decision. 

Toshinori Yagi

He would be confused and ask what they meant by if he still wanted them despite their quirk. He believes that as long as they have the intention of wanting to become a hero, they will do nothing but good for the world. He would still see his partner the same and would defend them whenever someone has something crude to say. 

Winter Wartime

@gellert-my-gellert and I came up with this Graves/Grindelwald/Credence drabble, inspired by the Grindelwald in Winter art.

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Percy is on his knees in the snow in front of his supreme commander, head tucked between the folds of this white fur overcoat. Every part of Percy is icy cold, the wetness of the snow seeping through the fabric of his trousers and making his knees ache. But his mouth finds a rigid heat under layers of fabric there and he swallows it deep.

This is how Gellert works out his frustrations on the battlefront, as they march, or just to relax.

Percy knows what it means if he’s fetched to Grindelwald’s tent. ….or if he’s asked to bring their little prisoner there. Gellert knows perfectly well that Credence is the obscurus. He could have tried to seduce the boy into compliance, could have tried to train him, but there was no time. Gellert accepts that the obscurus is an uncontrollable thing, that Credence will never learn magic and probably explode and die soon. Gellert decides instead to unleash the obscurus at the most opportune time, use him like a weapon before he’s extinguished. Credence is kept with them as they march, often under Percy’s care, wrapped in magic-infused chains to keep the obscurus from going off before planned. Sometimes Gellert takes him up on his mount in front of him as they carry on, his secret weapon all bunched up in furs over the chains. Credence gets as used to it as he can be.

Gellert develops a rationality about it defined by the war.  Why not enjoy the boy a bit while he has him around? Not like he’s going to grow up to have a complex about it… He is as gentle as he can be, but…he knows he really is just using Credence. He doesn’t want to be attached. Everything depends on it. But it’s hard not to when Credence is up on his worktable, maps and messages scattered all over, and his cock is buried deep in that tight, sweet heat between the boy’s legs and Gellert is staring down at those vulnerable, affection-starved eyes. Credence’s little body trembles in his hands and he can’t help but pull the boy in closer while he moves, keeping Credence warm and steady through the pleasure of it. It’s instinct, to protect and show some care when he’s wrapped up in Credence like this. He can’t help it, until he thinks about it later.

And Credence, even wrapped in heavy chains, even knowing he’s Gellert’s prisoner, even having no choice in what’s happening to his body in that moment… Credence responds to those small kindnesses and clutches at Gellert’s lapels, burrowing against his warmth and enveloping protection.