Accelerator x reader Chapter 1You woke up and stretched. You had only gotten two hours of sleep that night and you were still a bit tired. You mostly remembered training yesterday, but the rest was a blur. You really needed to fix that memory problem.More Like This
"Great. Training all-night and school all-day. I haven't had a break in ten years. Wow. I haven't had a break since I was six. I shouldn't even matter that much. I'm only a level three.”
You grabbed some clothes and walked to the bathroom. You took a quick shower out of habit and dried off fast. You messed with your hair a bit. You were a bit sad because you had to cut your normally long hair to shoulder length so it wouldn't get caught in anything during training. ‘You don't need your head ripped off.’ That's what they told you. You sighed, tied it in a ponytail, and dressed.
“Good. For once, I'm early. I won't need to run to school today. I don't think I have the energy to, anyways.”
You grabbed a small breakfast, packed what you needed
Attack on Trojan: Part OneMore Like This
Attack on Trojan
Part 1: Grim Reminders
Flip dropped onto the hard roof, his feet clattering along the tiles. He came to a stop next to his brother who was surveying the area.
“Nothing out there yet Con” Flip panted. “Are you sure they’re even in here? I mean, it’s been a century, why today? What’s so special about today?”
Contrail continued his watch over the town from the high roof. A few civilians were still filing out through the streets, stragglers from the main group. They were lucky to still be alive now. He shuffled his shoulders.
“It’s not my decision to be out here, Flip. I simply follow my orders as a soldier.” he turned to his younger brother. “You’re right. It has been just over a hundred years now as they say. That’s exactly why we are out here. The force has been idle all that time, surely now that the moment has finally come you’re not saying you want out?”
Flip stood stunned, his