Sonic boom x human experiment!Reader 1"Mrrrrmmmmm..." the human muttered while twisting a rubix cube. Eggman only stared in silence at the 13 year old sitting on the floor, cross legged.
"Hmmmm... orbot?" Eggman turned to the smaller robot companion.
"Does (y/n) look... older to you?"
"Hmmm... maybe it's the lack of my evil sleep. I guess... hmmm..." Eggman looked at the child closely, noting the fact that they have completed yet another rubix cube.
"Wow! That's 15 in a row, (y/n)!" Cubot yelped, admiring the cubes stacked neatly in a corner.
"Sir, I must say though, her intelligence has grown immensely!" Orbot said.
Eggman walked towards the other human and robot, staring down at the human once more.
"...wait... orbot. Bring (y/n)'s records."
"Yes sir!!!" Orbot said, disappearing behind a corner.
"Have you been growing...?" Eggman muttered to himself.
(Y/n) looked up from their cube with wide, excited eyes before letting out a rumble of acknowledgement and looking down at the cube, turning i
Masked Heart (Yokai X old female!reader) 1 Tonight marks the second week since his passing, since Professor Callaghan died in that fire. Tonight is also your retirement party. Even before Robert's passing, you knew this day was coming. You could've rescheduled the party either sooner or later (and you honestly wish you did). And it doesn't help that the party will be at SFIT. Because it only reminds you how the teacher staff has suffered the loss of a titan. Just the thought builds up anxiety that makes you check your pulse. Twice.
So why are you going anyway? For the same reason you've forced yourself to come to class: to maintain your "mask".
Ever since you left Robert's funeral early, you haven't forgiven yourself. What you did was selfish, leaving without saying good-bye to him at his funeral. So you've been trying to redeem yourself with as many selfless acts as possible. And pretending you're okay,
Sister!Zelda x Princess!Reader: Moon PrincessFate has been
cruel, and order
How can I have
sent you away?
The cool, crisp breeze flutters through the night, the stars shining as a princess steps onto a balcony of a castle. Soft clicks of her heels meeting stone are the only sounds that reach her ears, and she rest her hands on the rail. A small sigh escapes the princess, and her eyes look up to catch sight of the full moon. Melancholy settles in her gaze, replacing the regal mask she usually wears.
"Isn't it funny, sister?" Her soft voice breaks the quiet atmosphere. "You always embraced fate, followed the rules, and believed that I would be the best ruler of Hyrule... But it was those very things that betrayed you. Am I still the best ruler Hyrule has seen, even when I-" The princess' words caught in her throat, and she couldn't speak.
The blame was
my own, the