Still Strong [Daddy!Levi x Mommy!Reader]
He was at it again for what seemed like the millionth time that day.
Your brows furrowed with concern as you observed your teenaged son, Matthias, pace the floor, the wood creaking beneath him, eyes closed tight, and knuckles burrowing into his temples. As if chanting a holy mantra, he muttered, his voice barely louder than a breath,
“It’ll be okay. It’ll be okay.”
You longed to much to gather him in your arms and stroke his hair, but he needed the space. Tomorrow, he would move to the training camps, where he finally could begin his path as a Scout.
Despite being the youngest, Matthias towered over his two siblings. You always assumed this surprise trait had been hidden amongst your side of the family, because Levi certainly bestow it. While Leon and Faith held a more taciturn demeanor, Matthias brought smiles to those around him, laughing, joking about, tell stories to those around him. He was a peacemaker and always made sure that e
Technical Difficulties - [AU] Levi x Reader
“This fucking piece of shit.”
You sighed. “I told you that you didn’t have to play Mario Kart with me.”
Levi growled at you as he pathetically fumbled with the controller in his hands. Why did technology even exist? It was a monstrosity against mankind.
“It’s not my fault this wasn’t fucking built for human hands!” he spat. His patience was wearing thin on this ridiculous game.
To say that Levi experienced difficulties with technology wouldn’t do it justice. Every single thing powered by electricity he had no idea how to use. He was too traditional, too hands-on to realise the obscure simplicity of machines.
One time he attempted to make use the microwave, but hadn’t realised that metal didn’t go well with it and ended up setting the kitchen on fire. You should’ve known better than to allow him near it after he set the timer for sixty minutes rather than sixty seconds.
Levi was a professional ath
Levi x Reader ++Magic isn't real++(this may get a little confusing, but please bare with me XD lub yah~)
You poked the weird looking apple that was placed in a bowl at one of the market stalls. A hot pain was soon felt across the back of your hand.
“Ow, shit! Hey what was that for?” You lifted your head up. Your eyes met with a much older man.
“Dah fuck did you just call me?”
“Ah, um I-”
“Just don't touch my merch you stupid kid!” He shouted as spit came flying towards your face. Corporal Levi grabbed you by the hand, apologizing to the man and dragged you away from the stall.
“I can't leave you for one fucking second now can I (L/n)?!” He whispered loudly, his grip tightened with every word.
“Sorry sir, I... I just... that apple was weird!”
“If something is weird you don't just go around touching it, understand cadet?” He grunted under his breath. Obviously annoyed by your curiosity, and immaturity. You
LevixReaderxLevi-Sharing her Ch 1“You sure you can find your way back, (Name)?” Hanji asked a bit worried about her tipsy friend. You were always a light-weight when it came to drinking. You only had about 2-3 drinks at the bar, but it never lasted long. Seeing as how there was no training tomorrow, you didn't see the problem.
“HIC! You worry too much Hanji-San~” You giggled “I’ll be fine, trust me.” You waved at your friend. “I know where my room is.”
“I can take you if need be.” she urged on trying to help you stand up
“NO!” you pouted and moved from her grip, “I-I’m an adult. And you know I never stay drunk for long” you said as you walked away leaving Hanji stunned to say the least.
“Stupid Kuso-Megane” Levi said as he folded his arms across his chest “Just what the hell did she even do?”
“How should I know.” the stranger said as he stared at Levi “No use worrying
[Naga!Kenny x Tarot] The Joys of Payback"Aaaaaaah! What a fantastically productive day! Honestly, I astound myself sometimes. Tarot, you really are the height of wit and ingenuity."
The handsome barefoot thief chuckled to himself in a congratulatory manner as he lounged luxuriously in the low-hanging branches of a considerably hoary old jungle tree. The sun had gone down, and since nothing really required his immediate attention---he could hold off pilfering that one ancient artifact he'd had his eye on until tomorrow, after all---he had decided to settle in for a long night's sleep beneath the stars, out in the fresh open air. He felt he owed it to himself, after all. What with what he'd managed to do to that....that insufferably cuddlesome naga he'd managed to somehow befriend.
Truth be told, it wasn't as though he didn't like the guy. He was affable enough, laid-back, great with kids. He had his good points. It was just his almost constant need