Afraid to lose sight of you 3 [Rivaille x Reader]
" Heichou!! " Closing in was Petra Ral with Auruo Bossard by her side."
" The others? " ask by the corporal. " They're ahead of us taking down those 2 9-meter type titans around that corner " Auruo reported pointing his thumb northside.
" You ran out of gas? " Petra Ral asked about your 3d maneuver gear but you just shake your head. You test your gear in front of them but just like earlier, the wires won't come out.
" That things broken and can't be fixed for now, What should we do Levi heichou? " the blond haired woman ask.
" Tch. "
"Auruo, Petra, guide as my back up. We'll take this cadet near the wall so the Garrisons can help and pick her up from there. " Rivaille to both of his subbordinates.
" Yes Sir! "
" n-No, p-people need you here at the battlefield . If you can just leave m- " , " Don't be so stuborn cadet and follow what the corporal has ordered us to do! " Auruo snapping at you.
" Right now we don't have all the time in the
Stay with You (Jean Kirschtein X Reader)I'll stay with you
You stood on top of Wall Rose, watching the silhouettes of titans roam around the abandoned inside of Wall Maria. You slowly walk to the edge of the wall and sit down , with your legs dangling off the wall. A small sigh escaped your lips and you closed your (e/c) eyes.
The walls will fall before we do
Jean watched you from the distance. He adored your sense of peace, your strong will, your beauty, your gracefulness, how you deny it when ever someone says you have those said traits, how you get flustered afterwards. He loves everything about you. But the loud, normally out spoken young man could never find the courage to tell you those things, to tell you how much he loved you.
He takes a deep breath and walks towards your sitting figure.
So take my hand now
You turn at the sound of your name, to meet Jean's golden gaze.
"M-May I sit with you?"
You nod and look back over the wall as the young man si
Im glad i told you~One Shot~you wobble trying your hardest not to fall on your face as you balance yourself on the training machine. Sighing happily as you stabilize you shoot your hands in the air, oyu were beyond happy to have passed this part of the basic training. You were lowered and watched the other cadets succeed and in some cases fail.
Yawning you stretched out onto your bed. "Im so tired!" You crossed your arms over your head Sasha crawled onto the bunk you shared along with Mikasa and another girl you didn't bother to learn the name of. "And its only going to get worse" Sasha said munching on some leftover bread form diner. You sighed again giving her a blank look. "Don't remind me."
"Lights out in seven minutes!" You heard someone call from the doorway. The light were then flipped off.
You blinked in the dark, you couldn't see a thing."I don't think that was seven minutes" Hearing the shuffling of the sheets and a muffled goodnight you knew Mikasa didn't care about the few minutes lost. You looked to
defectus | annie
Panic appears in blue eyes as her thoughts scatter, emotions taking over her ability to think. She believes this is the end-- she knows it is. Fear overwhelms her racing heart as the tears begin to form, self loathing growing at her current state.
She falls deeper and deeper into her mind until the memories of her father resurface once more.
And yet again, she acknowledges that she has failed. She has lost.
As the crystal shields her, the blonde recalls the moments experienced with you-- the ones that brought happiness to her life, the ones that made her feel so incredibly guilty because of who she truly was.
And as her consciousness fades, she regrets never thanking you for your kindness.
. . .
i don’t need to be saved.
Fingertips graze against the crystalline surface in a hesitant manner, the instinct to breathe momentarily forgotten. You remember the apathetic expression she held so proudly as she said those words in
Strangers [Jean Kirschtein X Reader]"You know... This is stupid.."
You put down your notebook and looked at the man who commented it while he was sitting on his chair. Then you gave him a professional smile.
"It's alright to feel that way, Mr Kirschtein. But you have to face the fact that you are here to talk about what you feel."
Being a psychologist just for the Scouting Legion was never an easy job for you. Everyday, you would have 5-10 soldiers to be your patients. Different backgrounds, different stories. You were really glad that you were not the only psychologist they hired.
Soldiers were required to go to a psychologist just to make sure that he or she didn't have mental disorder, mental breakdown, depression or any other psychological illnesses that might affect negatively during missions.
Today, you had few cadets and Jean Kirschtein was one of them. Unfortunately, he didn't see the needs of being in a therapy.
"You are a stranger and you expect to hear something from me?" He laughed. " how bout you tell me wha
Diamonds (Annie x Reader)
Mentions of suicide, do not read if you find this triggering.
Diamonds (Annie x Reader)
You and I
fidem [ assassin!AU ] | mikasa
They say she’s one of the deadliest.
Graceful movements; ruthless actions.
Her eyes hold no remorse; no regrets. She kills with ease, each death numbing her emotions. Should she continue down this path, she’ll lose everything.
You’ve known her for years-- you do the same deeds as her, but perhaps not with such intensity of malice. Regardless of the few conversations you have, there are moments where you have to look out for each other-- you can easily read the other’s next moves, knowing when you’re placed in danger.
It’s odd for assassins, but necessary at times.
Without each other, you may have been dead at this point.
However, such occasions mean vulnerability-- something she absolutely hates showing.
The mask she holds so strongly barely crumbles, her actions unpredictable. Despite your effort to understand her, there’s no way of knowing what she’ll do.
Or even who she is.
But the day comes when everything she holds back unrave
New Feelings and a Promise [Rivaille x Reader] You walked down the halls, a stony look on your face. As you walked past, people cringed at the sight of you and you smirked. You enjoyed being feared by others. You briskly turned into your office. You were the colonel after all. You sat at your desk, and crossed your legs. You picked up your cup and took a sip of tea. You looked at your desk, and narrowed your eyes when you saw a single speck of dust. You brushed it away with your handkerchief, when the door opened.
"Colonel." In the open doorway stood Corporal Rivaille, the same dull expression on his face always.
"What is it, Rivaille?" You questioned as you put your handkerchief back in your pocket.
"Commander Irvin said that he would like to see you." You stood up, and Rivaille walked you through the door. As you walked past once again, people noticed that you were walking with Rivaille. You both had the same stony eyes and bored