Hetalia: The Iron Curtain - Chapter 1Hetalia: The Iron Curtain - Chapter 111 months ago in Humor
World War II had come to a close; the Axis powers had climbed to a near victory over the Allies, but alas, fell to Russia's unnatural strength, America's extreme patriotic personality, and England's strategic planning. The major Axis powers of Germany, Italy, and Japan lay defeated, but united with their former enemies.
Russia and his soviet allies have seized much of Europe and Asia, and now desires to spread the word of communism to the rest of the world. America—through a mix of egotism and patriotism—opposes the idea of a communist world order, and has thus remained aligned with his former Allies. The two now exchange hostile words more often than with Germany in World War II.
On the other side of the globe, China had declared himself the leading superpower of Asia, and has aligned himself with North Korea. The slightly older brother of North Korea—South Korea—stands his ground with America holding his shoulder from a distance. Even when surroun
Hetalia: The Iron Curtain - Chapter 6Hetalia: The Iron Curtain - Chapter 67 months ago in Humor
In the city of Budapest, a full moon cast an alluring blue color down upon the land. The evening was beautiful, truly something to enjoy. Though the moon was casting a blue hue upon the Hungarian city, in reality, the entire state was colored red under Russia's influence. There was a strict sense of control, and unlike the other members of the Warsaw Pact, there was dissent.
Hungary was tapping her cheek sadly whilst leaning over the balcony of her home. Her eyes glimmered intently as she gazed over the city, ultimately looking westward with suppressed hope. She gently pat her cheek and let out a sigh at the silence of the city. While under the Warsaw Pact's grasp, there was a mandated curfew. On such a night of absolute beauty, it was a crime to traverse the city. To Hungary, it was simply a crime to deny lovers an opportunity to spend time with one another under the stars.
“Hey, lo---oser!” a gleeful voice cheered. Hungary's eyes immediately widened, she look