Hikaru has always hidden his love of Go, choosing to be a soccer player and average kid. But Hikaru is anything but average. Can Sai and others put Hikaru on the path to becoming a truly great Go p...
Shindou Hikaru and Touya Akira go through the difficult stages of learning about one another, and what it means to have a relationship.
Sequel to Two Paper Fans. Life begins to move towards relative normalcy, but some things need to be sorted out first. Sort of a crossover with Gravitation.
In life only death and taxes are inevitable, and even then death is negotiable. Hikaru/Sai with past Hikaru/Akira, cameo appearances from at least two other series, and Sai-related spoilers.
Shindou and Touya will never change. Even if they're maths professors instead of igo pros.
Mixing Shindou Hikaru and the control of any form of vehicle has never been a good idea.
It probably wasn't healthy that Waya's primary objective in bed wasn't to get off, but to make Touya lose his cool.
Hikaru finally trounces Touya without any help from Sai. (For jump100's "Brutality" challenge.)
Grudges have a way of lingering.
Hikaru, at the end of life, on the last road back to Innoshima. [some Akira/Hikaru]
Riding on trains with boys. Shindou x Touya. Written for the 2007 Remix, based on Holding Hands by Tari.
Honinbo Shusaku/Sai. To love without touching - the most painful love of all.
Touya chooses to be selfish at the expense of his rival
A little friendly rivalry.
A death forces Hikaru to re-evaluate the concept of losing and leaving. Of leaving behind and losing again. (Akira/Hikaru)