|so weird, so cool|
Beyblade, Nile X ReaderThe sand whipped around, the coarse tiny stones like sandpaper on the flesh on my face. My cloak whipped around much like the sand, the wind tore at the edges and the sand got up into the hood, filling my eyes with grit, blinking it away i braced myself against the wall of sand and continued. I was sure that i heard something a few moments ago. Quite often people were stranded way out here in the desert and countless times i had to rescue them. I pushed my way over a small sand dune and tripped over something. I stumbled but caught myself. Turning, i saw a figure, human and half coverd in sand. So this was who i heard. Shielding myself from the sand, i picked up the figure and began the short trekk back to my hideout.Beyblade, Nile X Reader by ImperialGoldDragon
Stepping inside, i shut the door and locked it. I layed the boy on the couch and goot a good look at him. He was pretty tall, about my age with brown hair, his bangs and the pieces infront of his ears were dyed bright orange. He had orange makeup under his eyes. He wore a
Lief x reader Your day was boring you to no end. You had nothing to do, no work, no chores, and you had just moved so you had no friends. you decided to walk into town, Del, you took in the sights. A colorful market, seemingly friendly people, pretty nice. Your (h/c) shining in the sun and (e/c) curiously looking around you didn't see the blonde boy watching you from behind a corner. You walked back to your house, a small smile on your face, now you knew a little about the place.
She was beautiful. Her (h/c) and those (e/c) made his heart skip a beat. Who was she? Where was she from? Determined to find awnsers, but too shy to talk to her Lief just watched her walk around, mesmerized at her.
You began to explore again, but got lost quickly. Now you were stuck in an alley, not the nicest place in Del. You were cornered, a bunch of thugs, and there leader. The leader walked up to you and placed a hand on your shoulder, "And who are you? Pretty girls don't jus