Combination of the prompts! If that's allowed! “You’re the most important person in my life.”I need you more than you need me.” “I am who I am because of you.” <3
I’ve never done a combo before but I tried ^-^ I hope you like it, thank you for the prompts!
I’m going to say canon universe for this one…
“Okay. Killua. Are you ready for this?”
Killua made a face. “Do we really have to do this?”
“No, but I want to! Leorio said it’ll strengthen our relationship-”
“And you don’t think,” Killua said incredulously. “That our relationship is strong enough as is?”
“’Course I do. I just…think it would be nice to try it out.” Gon blinked at him innocently. Killua glowered at him.
“You’re a pain in my ass, you know that?”
“Does that mean yes?”
“Well, you’re not going to let it go until we do this, so. I guess. Yeah. Since I don’t exactly have a choice.”
Gon brightened. “Yay! Don’t worry, Killua. I won’t do anything too embarrassing. Give me your hands.”
Killua groaned. This was already bad enough; their knees pressing together as they faced each other crossed legged on the carpet floor, the glimmer in Gon’s eyes as he stared at Killua as if he were the whole world, holding Killua’s hands like they were something precious and fragile.
“I’ll go first,” Gon said with a genuine smile- too genuine, just the sight of it made Killua’s heart twist painfully.
“Killua. You are the most important person in my life.”
“Ki-Killua!” Gon yelped as Killua bent over. “Are you-”
“You said this wouldn’t be too embarrassing,” Killua groaned into the floor.
His cheeks were on fire. He wanted to dig a hole and bury himself in it and never, ever come out. Gon had no filter, and Killua should have considered that before agreeing to this- this- bonding exercise, or whatever the hell it was.
Stupid Leorio, putting dumb ideas into Gon’s head. Killua was going to punch him in the face the next time they met.
Gon started to laugh and his hands shook around Killua’s.
“I’m sorry!” he gasped. “I was just being honest! I didn’t think that would be too much for you.”
Killua lifted his scarlet face enough to glare venomously at Gon. “How could you not think that was bad?!”
“I’m just being honest!”
“Your so-called honesty is going to put me in an early grave.”
“Aw, Killua, don’t be like that!” Gon squeezed Killua’s hands with a mischievous grin.
“Okay, my turn.” Killua inched forward, a smirk forming on his lips. If Gon could have some fun, so could Killua.
Killua said plainly, “I need you more than you need me.”
Shock flashed across Gon’s eyes, followed immediately by a strange mix of emotions too quick for Killua to catch.
“You can’t think that,” Gon said after a pause. His voice sounded stressed, like it was under the weight of too many emotions.
Killua raised an eyebrow. “This exercise requires honesty, Gon. You said that yourself.”
“I know, but! But what you just said is not true, Killua! I know you might think that, but- but its impossible. I need you so much, Killua. You have no idea. You ground me, you remind me of what’s important, you inspire me to live even when I don’t think I deserve it…you can’t think you need me more then I need you. I’m-”
Gon took a shuddering breath. “I wouldn’t be alive without you.”
Killua felt the blood slowly drain out of his face. He stared at Gon without blinking; he hadn’t expected this reaction. Of course, he hadn’t said it as joke but. But for Gon to immediately understand what Killua was implying and to react with such intense openness was-
Gon said, eyes soft like they were made of melted chocolate, “When you had Alluka and Nanika bring me back to life, after I spent all those years back on Whale Island building back my strength, I had a lot of time to think. And I thought a lot about you, and me, and us. About everything you did for me. And it made me realize, I was able to grow and learn Nen and do everything to find Ging because of you. I couldn’t have done any of that stuff without you by my side, Killua.
“I am who I am because of you.”
Killua didn’t realize he was crying until he blinked and hot wetness spilled down his cheeks.
“Oh-” he jumped and yanked one hand out of Gon’s to scrub furiously at his face. “Fuck.”
Gon sputtered out a laugh. He reached with one hand to brush Killua’s tears away.
“Noo,” Killua moaned and buried his burning face in both hands. “I told you- I told you this was going to be too embarrassing!”
Gon wrapped his arms around Killua’s shoulders and nuzzled his face into Killua’s hair.
“And I said,” he murmured. “It would bring us closer together. Right?”
Killua pressed his eyes shut hard enough to see stars. He sniffed. “You’re an idiot,” he said instead.
Gon snorted, chest vibrating, and Killua smiled into Gon’s embrace as he clutched the back of Gon’s shirt.
Honesty was something they both had to work on. But-
But it was something they were working on together, and as long as he was with Gon, he was willing to go through with it.
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I was wondering if you'd write a sequel for Rules... it was an amazing fic and I'd like to read more Philinda and little!Skye. Maybe something on how Phil would woo Melinda? *pretty please??* :P ♥
I’m so pleased Rules has gotten such a wonderful response, and I was delighted to see a request for more. I hope this lives up to the first part, and I would be more than happy to write more of this ‘verse if people wished it! =) Thanks for the prompt, dearie!
Melinda tried her best not to look at the clock again. She
knew it would only make her more restless, which would just make time move
slower. Patient, be patient.
Melinda was hungry. No, scratch that, she was starving. She had been running late that
morning thanks to an unexpected phone call from her mother, and she had skipped
breakfast. In addition to that, the night before she had only managed a paltry
sandwich due to the benefit President Coulson had to attend. A security detail
was necessary, as usual, and by the end of the night Melinda was so exhausted
she just collapsed into bed.
So really, she hadn’t eaten much in the past twenty-four
hours, and she was quite eager to rectify that.