You looked down to the small human and pointed to yourself as if to say ''Me?'' and gave him your best glare as you were still annoyed that your attempt at sleeping was interrupted. ''Yes you who the fuck did you think I was talking to?'' Levi stated, not fazed by your scary expression. You quietly growled at him, but he continued speaking.
''There a city through that gate, and you best make sure you don't cause a panic, or I'll slice your ass, so I want you to be as quiet as you can damned be'' He finished, crossing his arms. You just nodded and mimicked him, crossing your arms as well.
''Carry on mocking me and you'll regret it''
Levi turned around, trotting back to his comrades and you stuck your tongue out at his back, which caused Armin to give you a shocked look, but you didn't care.
''Alright then are you ready?'' The blue eyed leader spoke, his commanding, yet calming tone reaching th
It was none other the humanity’s greatest hope: Levi Ackerman.
"Whaaaaaaaaat?" practically yelled Sasha, causing you to cringe and look behind you at the group of male cadets all gathered on Marco's bunk on the other side of the room.
"Don't be so loud, Sasha!" You hissed. She, Mikasa, Christa, Ymir and you were huddled together on your top bunk. Annie lay on her bunk below yours, apparently sleeping.
"But you're going to the prom with corporal Levi! This is big, (f/n)!" Before you could open your mouth, Sasha twisted and yelled across the dormintory,
"Hey guys! I hope none of you are thinking of asking (f/n) here to the prom with you, 'cos she's already got a date with a certain corporal!"
As you leaned forward to cover Sasha's mouth before she could say anything else you sn
“Comment t'appelles-tu?? (What is your name)?” Levi asked, twirling your hair in between his fingers as he laid his head on your shoulder.
“Je m’appelle, _______ (My name is ________).” You replied, muffled by the sound of your ice pop. He hummed in your ear softly.
“Tres bien. Ca va ma chèrie? (Good. Are you well my love?)” He spoke, voice getting gentler. He took a whiff of your strawberry scented hair and closed his eyes to take in the sweet scent of you.
“Ca va bien aujourd’hui, et toi? (I’m doing well today, and yourself?)” You responded, brows creased in concentration, not even minding or taking note the change in
The loud roar of the commander still rang in your ears and gave you a sense of duty and confidence for your first mission beyond the walls. An hour had passed since then, and all had gone according to plan. Flares shot up on all sides around your group, signaling for your uncle to lead you all in a different direction.
On the horizon you saw an array of dark green trees forming the line of a forest. Anxiety filled your heart as you remembered the plan.
"Uncle Erwin!?" You shouted up to the commander from your horse behind him. The whistling wind made your soft voice just barely audible. "Commander!?" You tried again. He heard you, making a loud grunt of acknowledgment.
"Isn't that it, uncle? The forest!?" You yelled. His eyes widened, and he rose one hand in the air, signaling Levi and the others behind you.
"HEY! SLOW EVERYONE, SLOW!" Erwin growled over the wind, and everyone's hor