Hey there! Love your works! You have a true talent! I know your busy with requests, but I couldn't get this idea out of my head. How about a Hiro x Reader where she's kidnapped by Callaghan when the team are on Akuma island and find out about silent Sparrow. So he kinda uses her as bait to draw Hiro in and eventually he saves her. Hope you had a wonderful diving birthday!
Thanks! I had a great birthday, and diving was a lot of fun. Hope you enjoy the short!
Your stomach drops when you hear those words come out ofHiro’s mouth.
Baymax looks down at Hiro curiously, “My programming prevents me from injuring another human being.”
“Not anymore,” Hiro states, slamming his fist against Baymax’s access port and pulling out his healthcare chip.
“Hiro, this is not what-”
Hiro closes the port, cutting Baymax off. Baymax straightens back up and his eyes suddenly glow red.
“Do it, Baymax! Destroy him!” Hiro cries out, pointing at Callaghan.
Baymax raises his arm up and shoots out his rocket fist, Callaghan just barely managing to dodge in time. You and your friends quickly leap into action. GoGo is the first one to reach him, she uses her entire body to push against Baymax’s arm just as he shoots another rocket fist. He easily knocks her to the side, causing her to slam into the wall.
Your other friends go after Baymax while you go for Hiro.
“Hiro! You have to call him off!” you say to him, grabbing his arm.
“No! Why would I?!” he yells at you.
“This isn’t a game, Hiro! You can’t just tell your robot to kill someone!”
“He let Tadashi die! You think I’m just going to let him get away with that?!”
You stare at him, horrified by the words coming out of his mouth. You let go of his arm, realizing you aren’t going to be able to get anywhere with him, so you move to help your friends stop Baymax.
Using the neurotransmitter in your helmet, you eject the four, flying robots from their holder on your back. They circle around you, before you send them off to surround Baymax. You place three on the ground in a triangle around him, and one up above. Once they’re in place, you turn them on to generate their force field. The white hazy light encases Baymax in a pyramid.
He slams his fist against the force field. You can feel the resistance of your robots through the neurotransmitter as they fight against his extra strength to maintain their hold.
“(Name)! Stop it! Let him go!” Hiro yells at you.