There never was any pressure, and there never were any obligations once the Turks were off duty. Story takes place at an ambiguous point in time after the conclusion of the original game.
A young Scarlet and her father visit one of the Shin-Ra weapon manufacturing plants prior to the Wutaian War.
Reno leaned his elbows on the table and grinned wolfishly. "What do you say we play a game?" (Reno/Elena/Rude threesome, smut)
It's probably just lust, or that's what they like to think anyway. Fifty sentences on Rufus/Reno.
A man cloaked in mystery, an enigma who doesn't try to be. Fifty sentences on Vincent Valentine.
Of insanity and the angst and something that could never happen in canon. Fifty sentences on Sephiroth/Vincent.
...when your best friend lies in a hospital bed, half dead and doped up on morphine, a little insignificant thing like the flavor of your alcohol isn't top priority.
Someone has to keep in control when their world goes topsy-turvy and President Rufus Shinra is tripping over his own two feet like some slum's vagabond.
'Tseng sometimes wondered just what did he do to deserve the two in his bed.' In which no sex occurs, and Tseng thinks far too much for his own good. Rufus/Tseng/Elena, post-AC.
'Meteor would give him his answer.' Sephiroth isn't really good at this 'sanity' thing, and Jenova isn't helping. Sephiroth/Tseng, post-City of the Ancients.
'Reno's coffee breaks were always especially interesting to watch.' In which Reno is shameless, Rufus is a neat freak, and Tseng is a pervert. Rufus/Reno.
'Reno was his voice.' Talking is overrated, so Rufus gets Reno to do it for him. Rufus/Reno.
'He was a selfish man that way.' Of knowing and not knowing, and the rewards of ignorance. Sephiroth/Vincent, post-game. AC does not occur.
'Cloud Strife,' Vincent mused, 'is an amusing drunk.' A kiss should be considered as a weapon. It catches enough people off-guard for that. Cloud/Vincent. Post-AC.
"There is also the tradition of kissing under the mistletoe during Yule, sir." Talking to a comatose person is rather cathartic. Elena/Tseng.