FEF: Frederick x Reader |Bear Hide| [1/2]FEF: Frederick x Reader |Bear Hide| [1/2]6 hours ago in Humor More Like This
Frederick had a weakness, and it wasn’t one that many people knew about. Only a select few were aware of his little niche, them being his wife, Prince Chrom and maybe Lissa. He wasn’t sure. Though he wasn’t entirely sure how he was supposed to feel about any of them knowing.
Because he was particularly prone to getting flustered.
Specifically when teased.
It seemed impossible, yes, but Frederick wasn’t always able to be such a stoic knight. There were times when you, his beloved he’d climb mountains for, could catch him off guard.
Moments like today, for example.
Frederick was supposed to be helping Sumia with the stock, taking inventory and figuring which things needed to be replaced and whatnot. And who should come to visit but you. (Name).
“Good morning, you two.” You said, stepping into the tent with a bright grin and mischievous glint in your eye. Frederick quirked an eyebrow, but smiled nonetheless.
“Good morning, my love.”
Foxy x Reader: The New Security Guard (CHAPTER 6)Foxy x Reader: The New Security Guard (CHAPTER 6)9 hours ago in Horror More Like This
You decided to walk over to the person by Pirate’s Cove. The air of mystery that the person standing near it held was almost like Pirate’s Cove itself. The purple curtains shrouded all that was within the closed-down attraction. In fact, you weren’t even sure what the animatronic inside it, Foxy, looked like now. That is, if the Foxy animatronic was still there at all.
As you got closer, you discovered that the person by the Cove was a redhead—a tall one at that. The man had almost inhumanely red hair that was pulled back low and loose on his head, and his skin was heavily tanned. You could only barely see his skin, however, because of the amount of clothing he had. It was as if he wanted every inch of his skin covered; he wore a jacket, long jeans, and a shirt that went halfway up his neck. It was a wonder how he’d gotten tan at all.
“Good fer nothin’…” the man had mumbled to himself as you approached, and he kicked over the out-of