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Yellow (Finland x Reader)The morning has already come and gone and the cold has briskly settled in, mounting in the gutters and increasing by the minute along the dampened streets of East Jaundel.
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Timo considers it quite fortunate he didn't come earlier - strange as the thought might seem in this one short moment, and given the steady onset of the temperature within both his city and his blood. But, in the least, it's quieter than the norm, when he finds his own thoughts difficult to hear and greatly unsettled - moreover, silence is a blessing, particularly when bestowed in befitting circumstances, so when it's given to him readily he sees little reason to not take advantage.
He's resolved quickly and sensibly to feel no regret toward his unusual timing (any person who knows him well understands his preference for the morning), as several solid minutes of consideration have brought him to where he stands, ankle-deep in snow, and that all seems quite fair enough. Despite having been for much of his
Defeat - Dark!AustriaxReaderNever before had she seen the young master in such a state of fury.
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It had all started when he and his troops had stormed through the palace doors, vanquished in battle. His pristine white uniform was torn, drenched in blood, his habitual light-hearted gaze replaced with one of steel and ferocity. A crude frown twisted his thin lips as the glass of his spectacles flashed in the sunlight, the red and white flag of their country, which normally flew proud over the heads of the soldiers, clutched in his clenched fist. Bandages were wound over his forehead and torso, both soaked and matted with crimson. The once triumphant warriors cowered behind him as he strode, his face a mask of vehemence, along the hallway, obliviously leaving behind a trail of blood on the tiled floors where he walked.
She watched in bewilderment as the military force, stripped of their victorious façade, made their way past, their clothes ripped and bloodied, with fresh wounds opened upon their flesh. Their f