Kuroko No Basuke Fanfiction

Kise x Aomine

“BAM!”
Aomine had made a beautiful slam dunk into the basketball hoop, winning them against Kise’s team 101-99.
Aomine wiped his sweat away with his jersey. He glared at Kise and snarled.
“Like I said, the only one who can beat me is me. Stop trying so hard to be someone you can’t copy.”
Kise picked up his towel and headed for the lockers outside the hall where the game was held. He threw the towel over his head and hung his head in shame. How could he have lost to Aomine? Weren’t both of them once the best of buddies when they were in Teiko? Weren’t they both part of the generation of miracles? How was it possible?
“DAMNNNNNN IT!!!!!” In his fury, Kise slammed his right fist against the locker and dented the door slightly. “Why do you always win me? Why is it that no matter how many times I try, no matter how many times I try to imitate, I can never match your standard? Why?”
Both frustrated and upset at the same time, tears rolled down Kise’s cheeks.
He was embarrassed. This match was crucial for his team to secure a place in the top 5 of Japan, and yet he had shattered the dreams of his teammates because he failed to block out Aomine’s dunk within the last 5 seconds.
Just then, someone patted him on the back.
“You idiot.”
Aomine grabbed Kise’s jersey and pulled Kise towards him.
“Why are you even crying over this, Kise-idiot?”
“Because I hate you! It’s always you! I cannot surpass your abilities! And I couldn’t even block out your dunk! I let my team down! I —”
Out of the blue, Aomine landed a kiss straight on his lips.
Kise stopped speaking and his eyes widened in shock.
Aomine pushed him away gently.
“Just…shut up already you idiot. Stop ranting away like that. I don’t want to see you cry.”
Kise was still speechless. Aomine lips had just touched his and he acted so cool as though nothing had happened.
“Oh… …” Kise said as he ran his fingers over his lips.
Aomine walked away.
“That guy is so dumb… Geezus. It might just take him a million years to understand me.” Aomine muttered under his breath.

How to train your dragon fanfiction (2)

Rivann was gone.
I was worried sick. I prayed hard that nothing would’ve happened to Rivann.
As I walked through the village, to my surprise, the other Vikings seemed to look as frantic as I was.
“My zipplebacks are missing!”
“My whispering death is gone!”
“Where’s our gronckle?”
Strangely enough, everyone’s dragons were missing apart from the 5 teens.
Just then, Hiccup and his gang landed in the middle of the village.
“What happened here?” He asked as he looked around. “Where are all the dragons?”
The village elder, who owned 5 terrible terrors, stood out and with a sad shake of her head, proclaimed that the dragons had gone missing.
Other than Toothless, Stormfly, Meatlug and the other dragons which the 5 teens had, all the dragons had vanished.
Just then, Hiccup approached me.
“Your name is Jen Forest, right?”
“Yessir!” I replied politely.
“Ah c’mon. We’re the same age. You don’t have to call me that. Hiccup is fine.”
This was probably the first time I ever got to speak to him, the village chief that replaced Stoick after the tragic incident when Toothless killed him.
“My dragon went missing too.. Hopefully you can help find the villagers’ dragons back as well!” I said as I clasped my hands together.
“We promise. You’re a dragon rider too? ”
“Yup.”
Astrid walked over towards us and knocked me in the shoulder.
“Then why don’t you join us?” She smiled.
“One more gal to join us? The more the merrier!” Snout exclaimed.
“Well, as long as you guys get along that should be fine!” Gruffnut and Tuftnut replied.
“I’m okay with it! Meatlug is too!” Fishlegs patted his gronckle Meatlug.
“So what are you guys waiting for? Let’s go on an adventure!” Astrid signaled me to get onto Stormfly.
With that, we rode away into the wilderness as the other Vikings bade us goodbye, full of hope that we’d bring back the dragons.

How to train your dragon fanfiction

This is Berk.
It’s twelve days north of hopeless and a few degrees south of freezing to death. It’s located solidly on the meridian of misery. My village. In a word, sturdy. It’s been here for seven generations but every single building is new. We have fishing, hunting and the charming view of the sunsets. The only problem are the pests.
You see most places have mice or mosquitoes,but we have …DRAGONS.
Most people would have chosen to run away, but we don’t. Its a stubborn habit we have as vikings.
However, after a fellow viking of the village, Hiccup, made the village chief Stoick change his mind about dragons, we vikings have learnt to coexist with dragons and we have been doing so for 5 years already. Turns out these mighty beasts aren’t as fearsome as we thought they’d be.
I’m Jen Forest. I know its a weird name but just about everyone here gets weird names from their parents. Well, my parents work at the saw mill and they don’t usually go out to fight battles at the frontline, so I’ve always been hanging around helping them and sometimes playing with my pet dragon, the monstrous nightmare. My parents, despite the fact that they know dragons can coexist with us vikings, still disallow me from keeping Rivann (the name of my pet). Hence, I usually have to sneak out of the house to meet Rivann, who resides just off the coast of the Fishing port.
Yesterday, I was with Rivann, riding across the oceans when Hiccup, Astrid and the other teens were involved in a dragon race. I was pretty amused by the race, and I patted Rivann, saying, “Someday, you and I will qualify for that race.” Rivann nodded and shot out a bolt of fire. The bolt of fire hit one of the flags of the ring and set it ablaze. I was horrified. Just then, Astrid flew by on her dragon, Stormfly, and hit the bucket of water which put out the fire. She looked at me with a smile on her slightly tanned face. “Be careful next time!” She said as she waved goodbye to me and continued the race.
I really looked up to them : Astrid, Hiccup, Fishlegs, Snout and the twins…they were my role models. Although we were just about the same age, I still respected them and someday I hoped to be as good as they were.
Today, I snuck out of the house again to meet Rivann. Strangely,Rivann was not at his usual place! I searched high and low across the village but there was no sign of Rivann. Where could my dragon have gone?