Leon S. Kennedy X Reader - Get away part 1More Like This
I was running. I had to. They were after me. Those horrid beasts. They groaned and staggered to you only to eat you. They were every where and endless. They looked human but they were far from it.
I had ran into a body and fell down. I looked up fearing death but instead hear gun fire. I looked up and it was a man. A sane human being. He had brown and blonde hair highlights. He had brown eyes of what I could tell. He just kept firing. He soon grabbed my hand and we ran.
“What’s your name?” he asked.
“(N-Name),” I said too nervously. “A-And yours?”
He kept firing at ones that were close to us. “Leon,” he said.
“What are those things?” I asked.
“B.O.W.’s. Bio-organic weapons,” he said. “Keep running.”
We finally got safe in a church and he said, “Barricade the door.” I moved a large chest and then covered the door and worked on the windows.
Once we were done he came back and sat ne
The Desire Of Kings-ThorinxReaderxThranduil-pt.1/2"Did he offer you a deal?" Balin asked Thorin as he was thrown back into his cell after his little meeting with the Elvenking.More Like This
"He did." Thorin replied. "I told him (some insult in Khuzdul that I don't care to translate)! Him and all his kin!"
"Well, that's that then." Balin said with a sigh. "A deal was our only hope."
"Not our only hope." Thorin said. Suddenly, he heard the sound of a woman laughing lightly in the cell on his other side.
"I may not speak Khuzdul, my lord." The woman said. "But I take it that whatever you said didn't please the Elvenking at all."
Thorin smiled at the sound of that beautiful, familiar voice that never failed to make his heart skip a beat whenever he heard it.
"(Y/N)?" He said as he pressed his face against the bars to get a closer look. You peaked out from behind the bars of your cell and smiled at him. Your cell was facing his at a bit of an angle so he was able to see you clearly.
"Good day, my lord." You said with another smile.