My Princess - ModernAU! Levi x Reader x PetraBONUS EXTENSIONMore Like This
Years have passed and the Ackerman family had grown to live with despair. It was a hard toll on Nathaniel and Petra, but it hurt Levi the most. After the firemen had pulled Levi away from your body, he couldn't leave his gaze away from you. He didn't want to believe that you weren't in this world anymore. He wanted it to be all a dream. And he didn't like the fact that before you had left after having an argument with him. Levi was escorted home that day, his face filled with gloom and sorrow, he didn't know what to do. Petra tried to comfort him, but it wasn't working. Nathaniel was in his room one day, looking at the stuffed dragon before leaving his quarters and walking to his fathers. As he opened the door, he noticed that his dad was lying on the bed with his back facing the door.
As Levi didn't respond but simply turn on his other side, he looked at his son standing by the doorway. Petra was currently out running some errands, so Levi was responsibl
Lost Princess - ModernAU!LevixReaderxPetraMore Like This
"Aunty [ f/n ]!! You're here!"
A small child said happily as he started to run toward your direction. You laughed as you lifted the child into your arms, looking at his parents.
"Thank you again for helping us watch Nathaniel for us, [ f/n ]."
"Its my pleasure. I know how busy you guys have been lately."
You held the child in your hands as he clung onto you, laughing as he was slightly looking through her bag on what you brought today. Petra glanced and tried to stop the child but you simply shook him gently, giving a sign that it was not good for him to do. He pouted and sat there in your arms, still clinging onto you. Levi then came out with a small carry on bag and stood in front of you and Nathaniel.
"Well, I have everything. We should get going Petra. Our meeting might be starting soon."
"Yes, well, we'll be off now. Take care!"
Petra then gave you a quick hug and giving Nathaniel a small kiss on the cheek making him playfully make a sour looking face. You laughed as you wav
Memoirs of a Survivalist - AU!Levi x ReaderMore Like This
Trigger Warning: This fic contains mentions of suicide.
18th February 2089
How long has it been since the bombs fell? Feels like an eternity since I’ve seen grass. Outside is too dangerous. Irradiated to high hell. Not to mention those crazed assholes that look like fucking corpses. What are they? They won’t go away. A few of them tried to break in. Would’ve caught me if I didn’t set those traps. I should make more.
17th June 2091
I ventured into a town today. Megaton, it was called. Only about 20 people living there. Probably the most humans I’ve seen together in a long time. A few of them tried to rob me, and when I shot back the whole town turned against me. Just raiders. Not actual civilians. I killed them all. At least I have a few more supplies to keep me going.
22nd June 2091
My insomnia’s getting worse. I haven’t slept since my last journal entry. No sleeping pills around anywhere. It’d be a w
Monochrome - AU!Levi x ReaderMore Like This
This world that you live in is very unique, to say the least.
It was bare of colours, unless you counted black and white among them. Humans only gained the ability to see the spectrum once they had met someone vital to them. Their soul-mates acted as their “missing piece”, as it were. You were taught that once you find your missing piece, the world will show to you what’s always been there, just hiding under the sea of grey. In order to see the true beauty of everything, you needed that partner.
You never believed a word of it, though. You thought it was all religious bullshit or just some faux romance story society came up with to encourage young souls to take up dating. The world was black, white, and grey. That’s all you ever saw it as, that’s all it would ever be to you.
Or, at least, that’s what you thought.
But it was the events of that day that had changed your mind.
It had started off just like any other. You’d drag yourself out of bed,
Hitman - Assassin!Levi x ReaderMore Like This
“Levi, we’ve received some new information.”
The renowned assassin waited obediently for his orders that were to come. After all, an assassin was nothing more than a tool, and no one wanted a tool that talked freely. If he overstepped his boundaries he was certain another of his kind would be sent to wipe him out – or several, if they were smart.
He looked toward the shadowed figure folding his arms over the desk. “There’s a woman currently hiding out in Japan. [First] [Last] her name is. We’ve gotten word that she’s… got her hands on some government level intelligence.” He interlaced his meaty fingers together and leaned into them. “I need you to take her out, remove the information wherever she’s stored it.”
Levi stared blankly at the pudgy man before him. “How do you know she’s got information?”
“Ah, she told us. Directly. She thought she was being smart, but we managed to track her
Equinox | (Boss!Levi x Reader) [AU]More Like This
*A/N: Okay guys, this is a disclaimer and a message. This fic is set (hopefully) in the 20's, hence the pic. BUT, i am unaware of the 20s in general, so please, if you find this "unrealistic" don't attack me. I did my best! ALSO, I STRONGLY URGE YOU to listen to the song with the rain sound i linked here. I spent about an hour finding that song for the purpose of the fic and paired with the rain it will perfectly set the mood! I hope you guys enjoy! (Tip: Make the song sound a little louder than the rain)
( X / X)
He’s neither a good person, nor a bad person.
Of course, he’s had his share of time with the gun, the dagger, and maybe an occasional stunt grenade, but the victims of these weapons were none less a swine. His crew trusts him to make the right judgment on these suspects, and 99% of the time he avails. The othe
Remember Me | (Levi x Blind!Reader)More Like This
( X )
Last night I looked at you, and I could feel it. I could feel the love that filled my entire body.
There’s a rustling of laborious movement against the frigid cave floor and a low rumble that seeped from his throat. Afterwards, he seems to have no intention of rising considering you had vaguely heard him entering the cave too late to remember yesterday. You extend a hand to find his cheek, grazing delicately up his shoulder and neck, and finding smooth contact with the pearl skin you elusively remembered. Something twists your gut, and you take a moment to find oxygen in the dwelling.
You were apologetic. Excruciatingly so. Levi hated being touched—however that was the only way you could communicate with him now, and as much as he aims to restrain reaction, you were well aware of the stiff grip he held when you do so.
Your other senses