Mentor and Student (Malik x reader)Mentor and Student (Malik x reader) by Fate4Destiny
The heat was sticky and humid, patience had been wearing thin, and yet you poured over another book. Strands of your hair fell onto the pages and you felt fingers pull it back behind your ear. It brushed against your cheek, making you pause and lean ever so slightly in it. You received a flick to the back of your head for that, for stopping writing and reading.
"You must finish this by night."
Malik's voice was strong and lined with pride. And why wouldn't he be? He was the only man capable of being both a scholar and assassin to masterful levels. He was pacing back and forth while reading, sometimes sitting for hour long stretches to write page after page. He already created a new map of Masyaf and were doing various duties befitting a Rafiq.
"I will." You gave a sigh which made him raise his head and stare at you from your seat. "But can we not practice outside? We spent most of the day planning. How will this help somebody on the field?"
Malik's eyes fell slightly in a glare which m
An Eye for an Eye - Blind!Levi x Magical!ReaderAn Eye for an Eye - Blind!Levi x Magical!Reader by what-the-honk
Whatever other humans were like, you weren’t like them. You knew that. You could do something none of them could do; you harnessed power no human should hold.
For you could weave the world itself.
You remember little of your earlier childhood years, but if there was one thing you were able to recall it was your mother. She was an exotic creature; she possessed a unique beauty that belonged to no human, a voice that echoed itself, and power that was out of reach of mere mortals. If the humans residing in the Walls ever knew such creatures existed, they would surely wreak havoc out of fear of the unknown.
You didn’t know what manner of creature your mother was, all you knew was that her species far surpassed your own, and that they were a rare race even among the universe’s spectrum. You had her traits. Not all of them, of course, if you did then it would be obvious to anyone with eyes to see or ears to hear that you were not human, nor were you mortal.