Lukas was not one for showing a lot of emotion, but when the two of them finally broke through the edge of the forest and stepped out onto open plain, he very nearly threw up his arms in victory. (Y/n) had no such restraints on her emotions and openly whooped in excitement, excited about being able to see the sun clearly once again.
“So, where exactly are we heading to, again?” she asked, a good fifteen minutes into trudging across the prairie.
“We’re heading to the Elders, to teach and train you to your full potential,” he replied.
“And where are these Elders located, exactly?” she inquired.
“Gamz, you really sure you’re alright with me being out here helpin’ ya?”
Gamzee turned his gaze down to the woman below him, her hands gripping the ladder underneath his feet. He gave her a lopsided grin, before removing the nails he held between his teeth.
“Yeah, lil’ mama, it’s fine,” he assured her. He’d keep her safe.
So why was (Y/n) at Gamzee’s house, in the worst part of town?
Well, after a particularly bad storm the night before, a part of his roof had finally given in to age and lack of care, and finally collapsed. That had been a nice discovery in the morning. Sin
(Y/n)’s amusement was nearly palpable as she sat across from Sam in her two-bedroom house on the other side of town. (Y/n) had managed to find the time and money to travel the twenty miles across town via taxi to spend the day with her friend. This, though…even without talking, just seeing this made it all worth it.
Sam sat with a scowl and a bright red flush on her face, all while wearing a very familiar, bright red sweater. It seemed (Y/n) wasn’t the only one to finally do the deed with her significant other.
(Y/n) sipped at her hot chocolate, a smirk on her face.
“Not a word,” Sam muttered.
A/N: Reader's gender not specified.
It was mocking you. You knew it was. You paused in your trek through the old, broken down library's hallways to glare at it.
It was definitely mocking you.
You could hear footsteps as your companion walked up behind you, glancing up from whatever he'd been looking at long enough to stop walking before he plowed you over.
“Uh, (y/n)? Why are you glaring at that globe like it killed your parents?” Hancock asked off-handedly, regarding you warily.
“I can break it down for parts,” you muttered, not taking your eyes off of the old piece of decoration. “The wood could fix Dogmea
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