Deskfull of Problems Tanaka X Reader
"Mister Tanaka, are you in here?” Peeking around another corner you continued your search for the illusive little man. Sebastian had specifically chosen you to help Tanaka with whatever needed doing because the two of you got along quite nicely. Even more importantly than that, was the fact that you could understand Tanaka better than most of the others could. “He's not here either. It's like he disappeared completely.” Just as you were about to give up altogether, you heard his a quiet laugh coming from behind you.
“Hoh, hoh.” Standing in the middle of the hall was Tanaka, how he got there so quickly and without you noticing was beyond you. As always he had his small cup of tea in his hand. He held it close, allowing the steam to fog his monocle.
“There you are, I was looking all over.” You gave him a relieved smile, now knowing you wouldn't get in trouble with Sebastian for shirking your duties. “Sebastian has put me under your
The Initiation Riku X Reader
“Oh, I wonder what this could be?” A tiny piece of folded paper was wedged inside of your door, begging to be read. “Let's see then.” You opened the paper and looked down at the bold, black words. “Meet us at the secret spot. What the heck is that supposed to mean?” There was nothing else on the paper, no markings, no signature, no other clues at all. “Well apparently, whoever wrote this didn't really want me to go to, the spot.” Tossing the paper aside, you walked outside and down the empty street. “Wait a minute. I bet that was from Sora or Riku. They have a special spot.” Figuring there could be no other answer, you quickly took off towards their spot. You pushed your way through the tight doorway, but no one seemed to be there. “Riku, Sora, I got your letter thing.”
Instead of being greeted by Riku or Sora, someone in a long black trench coat walked in with a hood coveri
Bleach Seven Minutes in Heaven Jushiro Ukitake
“Maybe I just have better luck with this game than Orihime does. Nothing bad has happened yet, so I'm going to stop worrying for now.” Actually starting to relax again, Ichigo grabbed one of your hands in his and pulled you to your feet. “I'm not going to walk you through this, since I'm sure you know what to do by now. Good luck. I'll be over there if you need me for something.” After handing you the still very heavy backpack, he turned around, dropped down into a comfortable chair and helped himself to a snack.
“R-right, I've got this. It'll be no problem at all.” Almost too nervous to move, you awkwardly reached your hand inside of the pack and pulled out a soft, yet very strange, stuffed doll. You could tell that the rather odd looking doll was supposed to be a carp, but you had no idea who it might belong to.
Luckily, you didn't have to ask. As soon as the doll was within view, Ukitake rose from his seat and stepped to
You Don't Belong Riku x Reader
Out of breath from your short run, you rushed into a strange room, rather shabby looking room. The walls were covered in blankets and tarps while the only seating there was, were a couple of crates and boxes. Though you were curious as to why you hadn't seen this place before, you shrugged it off and refocused on your goal. “Hey Riku, where are you? I know you ran in here, I saw you just a minute ago.” The room was so small, you had no idea where he could be hiding, but you were sure he was in here. “Just give it up.”
Finally you heard Riku, unfortunately, you still couldn't tell where his bored, annoyed voice was coming from. “I've been here all day. I don't know who you saw run in here, but it wasn't me. Now please stop following me.”
Searching behind the blankets, and under anything that could be moved, you continued to call out to him. “Don't you lie to me. I saw you come in here. And why in the world woul
Captured Undertaker X Reader
“God, why does my head hurt so bad.” You tried to rub your sore head, only to realize your arms, and legs were strapped down. “The heck? Why am I in restraints?” Panic and anger set in. Your heart was racing and your breath became rapid. You had no idea where you were or why you were there. You pulled in vain with all your might against the restraints. Finally, feeling you had no other option, you started to scream as loud as you could.
After a moment of screaming, you heard a mans voice. “Hello there love. I didn't expect you to wake so early.” The man let out a cackle, one you would be able to recognize until the end of time. “Let me just untie you then now love.”
“I'm going to kill you. Do you have any idea how scared I was?” You wanted to slap him so badly it wasn't funny. Unfortunately your hands were still tied down by your sides.
“Yes love, I think the whole street knows, what with all
Stronger Rogue x Reader
“Well, this isn't very good at all. I'm pretty sure I just passed that rock a few minutes ago. Maybe I should start marking things somehow. At least then I would know if I was walking around in circles.” Completely lost, and completely alone, deep inside a dank, dark cave, you dropped down to the smooth rock and began digging inside your small bag for anything you could use to mark your path. Normally you wouldn't have even dreamed of coming to a place like this alone, it was far too dangerous for you. There was a single, rather embarrassing reason why you were here though. To find Rogue. You had heard rumors of him being here and ever since that stupid game, you hadn't been able to push the thought of finding and joining him from your mind. Had you known finding him would prove so difficult, you never would have attempted it.
“This should do it.” After a moment of searching, you pulled a thick tipped, permanent marker from your
Forever and For Always Undertaker x Reader
“That should be just about everything on the list. I hope I didn't forget anything.” Making your way back from a simple errand, you strolled down the street with a bright smile on your face. Despite the daily morbidity and gruesomeness of your work, you had honestly never been happier than you were tight now. You never would have imagined it, but working for the Undertaker brought a sense of purpose to your life, something that you hadn't had before. This new purpose gave you something to look forward to, which in turn, made you very happy. Being around the Undertaker all the time wasn't exactly a bad thing either. As you approached the small building you now called home, your smile widened even more.
When you pushed open the old, creaking door, a rather odd scene awaited you. All of the curtains had been drawn, blocking out the afternoon sunlight. “What's going on in here?” You sat down the items you had just purchased moments earlie
A New Apprentice Undertaker X Reader
“Why do I put myself through this kind of torture.” You shook your head and looked up at the large sign on the building. It was crooked, the once black letters faded with age and neglect. “Returning to my kidnapper like a sheep to the slaughter, I must be mental.”
“Well now love, people will think that's so if you keep talking to yourself like that.” The Undertaker peered at you from behind the heavy wooden door, his eyes shining brightly. “So, you going to come in? I don't have all day now you know. This is a time sensitive job.” He cracked the door open a bit more and cackled to himself.
You took a deep breath and stepped inside the old building. It was just like the last time you were here. Dirty, dusty, dark, and cluttered. It was hard to believe someone with the Undertaker's intelligence would willingly live this way. “So, why am I here this time?”
“Didn't you read my letter love? It says
Kamigami no Asobi Seven Minutes in Heaven Thoth
Returning from the kitchen, Thoth walked straight up to you and crossed his arms firmly over his chest. “You're next in line. You should already know this and you should be ready to participate. Why is it that you're still sitting there without your item?”
“Because you didn't say I could go get it yet.” Immediately rising to your feet, you scurried over to the table and quickly picked out a box. “I didn't want to break any rules, so I thought it was better to be safe than sorry.” With your box in hand, you opened it and pulled out a monocle. Knowing it belonged to Thoth, you turned around and held it out to him. “It looks like you're my partner.”
“So, I am.” Taking back his item, he placed it over his eye, where it belonged and turned to leave the room. His expression made it completely impossible for you to tell how he felt about this news. After taking only a single step, he glanced back at where y