Their relationship (Keith mentally balks at the word; he doesn’t have a relationship with Lance, they tolerate each other. That’s how they’ve always been, that’s how they will always continue to be, right? Right.), their ‘relationship’ has been treading further and further into unfamiliar territory since Keith took on the title of leader. Reasonable criticism, supportive suggestions, banter with more affection than bite… as soon as the Black Lion made her choice, Lance seems to be fully committed to Keith as the leader.
It’s one more thing that Keith doesn’t know how to deal with.
Keith feels alone and apart from the group as he adjusts to leading Voltron. He gets a little help along the way.
For whatever reason, suddenly Lance was taken aback, thinking to when he first met Keith. The Keith he knew back in high school was closed off and reserved and Lance would have never thought that in seven years he’d be the one to crack the stoic outer shell of Keith Kogane’s abandonment issues and insecurities to the point of spoon feeding him after a long, exhausting day at work.
Or, Keith is tired after a long night at work and falls into the arms of his loving and caring boyfriend, who gladly takes care of him in his time of need.
Keith and Pidge find themselves alone in California amidst an apocalypse with no way of reaching their endgame: Canada. When old friends appear, it’s up to Keith to make sure he gets Pidge to safety, even if it means trusting Lance (and the much more reputable, sensible Hunk) to sanctuary. To safety.
Keith just has to try really, really hard not to fall in love on the way.
lance is a single dad in college. keith is an awkward student who gets roped into the fiery mess that is lance’s life. lance’s kid decides keith is his favorite, and keith learns the meaning of friendship- among other things.
He doesn’t notice the knowing looks Shiro gives him after a day of training, the exasperated sigh from Pidge after some team bonding exercise, or the way Hunk rebalances conversations with an easy slide towards mentions of Keith. He doesn’t notice Allura’s smirk when she catches him flirting with a (pretty) distinctly male alien, and he doesn’t notice the shift in weight of Coran’s hand on his shoulder when he’s found staring at the holomap and Keith’s name breathes past his lips.
After a terrifying experience during which Lance, seemingly, dies, Keith is haunted by horrible nightmares of holding his comrade in his arms while he took his final breath. To the point where he can’t sleep unless he knows for absolute certain that Lance is alive.
And while the attention is surprising, Lance doesn’t really have a problem with Keith checking up on him. Or the fact that Keith only seems totally comforted when he can cuddle Lance close and hear his heart beat. After all, there’s nothing wrong with two bros cuddling.
First off, thank you to 354 followers! I’m happy people like this shit lol ;;
(So @corporalfire sent me this post about Sasha having more daughter like traits then a sig. other. I thought it’d be funny if Sasha was this cute lil chubby girl that likes seeing her dad kill people. Imagine it like a Yachiru and Kenpachi kind of duo from Bleach lol. Anyone remember the Rescue Rukia arc? There’s a reference to it there lol (And of course,,she would bully Medic))
Turns out Larisa’s injury was to be expected in a way. According to Moldovan, she started feeling pain a few weeks before Worlds. She had an MRI, and while there was no damage per see to the ligament at the time, it showed bone growths in the heel that were hurting it.
They had no choice but to go on, as any attempt to solve the problem would’ve involved months of recovery. The only other option was skipping Worlds altogether, but it didn’t seem like a big enough issue to require surgery at the time. They were hoping her tendon could last through Worlds and were planning on Larisa having surgery after Worlds, to fix it before something happened.