Clint x Daughter! Reader |Threat| WW
Needless to say, you weren’t particularly thrilled. After a dozen make-up artists and twice as many dresses were circulated through your temporary room in the Avengers Tower, you were dolled up for a party you had no intention of attending.
Tony stated it was mandatory all the Avengers show up, and being Clint’s daughter it was only natural you had to make an appearance as well. There were a couple “bird guys” you could talk to, in reference to Rhodey (whom had no connection to birds, save for flying), and Sam (who had a pair of wings similar to yours, but hadn't made them like you).
Due to your intelligence being on an entirely different level, you opted not to speak with them. So you huffed to yourself, sitting by yourself as you watched the others socialize with a total lack of interest. Your dad was chatting with someone a ways away, which you were fine with.
’There’s absolutely nothing to do here.’ You thought to yourself with
Loki X Reader-Chapter OneYou were headed home from a gig when you saw him. Your intuition was seldom wrong about people like him; you knew he was going to be incredibly important to you, as well as incredibly dangerous. You couldn't take your eyes away from his. Those green orbs were pulling you in like a tractor beam. You passed under a streetlight, and he did the same on the opposite sidewalk. The orange light shone perfectly in his slick black hair. You walked a little faster once you could pull your gaze away from him and onto the sidewalk. You could still feel his eyes boring into the side of your head.
You bumped into someone, a man. You saw what had been on his mind for weeks now: his wife left him for his best friend. You felt the hopelessness he had felt when he read the note she had left him. You shook your head quickly, hoping to shake away the emotional transfer you had just received.
Loki x Reader: Unwanted Endeavors ~Part 1~You were surrounded by fog. Dense, dark and thick, like smoke. It was hard to see, and you stumbled around blindly, looking for Something, something, anything that would reassure you weren't in here alone, wandering around aimlessly for no reason. There had to be something, somebody, anything, anybody here!
Thoughts like this continued to float through your head, even as you saw him through the mist up ahead. He had jet-black hair that reached his shoulders, and pale skin. He was the strangest thing you had ever seen. He had this strange essence about him, like he wasn't even human. This idea wasn't helped by the strange clothing he wore. What looked like an adaption from a trench-coat that was edged with gold and black armor.
You stood there gaping, and suddenly he was aware of you, turning around so you could see his face. He was beautiful...his deep emerald eyes boring into yours.
Both of you regarded each other for a moment or two, before a mischievous grin crawled up onto his l
Wish of an Emerald Star (Part 10)You and Thor were both silent as you walked back to the tower. You held your arms around you, concerned and upset. Thor's massive size beside you did not speak, but occasionally cast you a concerned glance. The hallways were oddly empty, but neither of you noticed, so preoccupied were you with your own thoughts.
After a few minutes of walking, you stopped suddenly. Thor paused, waiting for you. You didn't move. Something felt wrong. Something wasn't right. You cast a quick glance around, revealing the hallway to be empty except for you and Thor. Everything was silent. Not even the whirring of the air conditioners interupted this white noise that suddenly seemed to engulf the building. It was the silence right before the storm, everything holding its breath as it waiting for the first thunder to break.
You turned to the Asgardian, who by then had also noticed the shift in atmosphere. "Tho-" No sooner had you begun to speak did a deafening noise interrupt you.
LokixReaderYou grabbed your nearly filled sketchbook roughly from the computer desk, yanking your (f/c) purse over your head to rest on your left shoulder as you stormed out of the class room, blasting your (f/s) from your (f/c) ipod to tune out their spitefull blathering of "How you weren't listening to your ex room mates side of the story and being a complete bitch about it."
'Me, the bitch in this situation!' You scoffed to yourself as you glared at your fellow school mates you passed in the hall, tossing the doors out into the fridged winter air and stomping around the building. 'I kept this between us!'
That's what a respectufl person would have done, in your opinion.
You had finally come to the little heave of bushes and benches in the parking lot, throwing yourself onto a bench, flipping to a blank page in your book, yanking out a pencil and rage sketching, something that almost always turned into the man who was consitntly at the back of your mind. He was a head taller than you were, gree
Loki's Amulet pt. OneYou feel something crawling around on the hotel bed you were sleeping on, twitching as the metal rods started pinning you down and came to. You got to scream when one rod leapt on you to silence you.
'What the hell is going on?!" you think to yourself, ripping the rod away from your mouth, quickly yanking the others off and scrambled to your feet. You blink as the items dropped to the floor, grasping the necklace that you never took off, jumping as you heard noise coming from the adjacent room. The room your parents stayed in.
'Mom and Dad have left already and the maid won't be here until the afternoon…" you quietly move through the common area, peeking around the corner and moved into the room.
"Where is it?! This mortal family should have it!"" a man growled as he went though your mother's jewelry box. You quickly hide the necklace under your shirt for fear the strange man wanted to steal it. He was very odd looking, a head taller than you were, wearing a dark green cape over his go
An Asgardian Encounter pt. OneYou open your tent flap, crawling out with your digital camera to take pictures of the sky scape of the desert around your current home and stood. You sigh slightly, smacking the cheap camera a few times to start it up, glancing at the sky and quickly snapping off as many shots that you could. It was incredible what you were seeing, you just had to catch as much of it as you could. The clouds had started to swirl fast, a strange light flaring up inside as it funneled down to Earth and dissipated. You noticed the van that had been driving towards the strange phenomenon through the lens, cringing slightly as you saw the man get struck by the vehicle and quickly threw your camera in your bag. You pulled the bag on your back, rummaging around in your tent, grabbing the first aid kit and leapt onto your atv, heading to the van and pulling up next to them.
“Hey, I saw what happened, are you guys okay?” you ask, yanking the helmet off your head, flipping your (h/c) hair from
Jaded pt. One (Lokixreader)You open your eyes slowly, sighing as you couldn’t fall asleep, rolling onto your back and pulled a pillow over your face. You hadn’t been sleeping well over the past few weeks, you always felt as thought someone or something was watching you and it was really distressing you. You had nearly lost your job back on Friday from snapping at a customer but thankfully you had caught yourself fairly quickly and apologized.
You checked the clock on your bedside table, groaning as it blinked two a.m. and checked a pillow at it. You’d gone to be a little after eleven last night and decided you’d spend your entire Saturday sleeping.
“Looks like my plans aren’t going to pan out…” you grumble to yourself, pushing yourself to sit on the edge of your bed, putting a hand to your forehead as it throbbed slightly and shook your head. You had forgotten that you had been recently injured. A car had nearly run you over back on Monday and had it not been for
Days at the Academy pt. One (Lokixreader)You had been training at the hidden SHIELD academy for half a year now, outshining all the other students, including the upper classmen and even some of the instructors. Everyone was either jealous of you, hated you, or both. Ever since SHIELD had found you wandering in the streets of China town your life had vastly changed, and you weren’t sure that was a good thing.
You had been uprooted from the only home you had known, taken from the other street kids you had made friends with, and worse, you had been snatched away from the only family you had ever known, Leo. He wasn’t related to your or anything and you only saw him once every few months or so, but he had taken care of you from the first time you had met, way back when you were seven and had run away from the foster parents who had been abusing you. Leo was in his teens when you had first met, and, like you, was running from his home. He had briefly mentioned his home life, his father never gave him any attention and