'Kyouya was, in Tamaki's not-very-humble opinion, a blanket hog, never mind what the other boy complained about the 'indignity' of that term.' Fifty sentences about Tamaki/Kyouya.
'Kyouya was having a truly strange day at work.' In which Kyouya has voices in his head, and forgets an important date. Tamaki is devious, to no one's surprise. Tamaki/Kyouya.
'There are very few material things Kyouya loves. He does not love money, no matter what anyone might think.' Mild Tamaki/Kyouya, but mostly Gen.
Tamaki is dead, and Kyouya and Haruhi are left to pick up the pieces. Things definitely do not go well. Of grief, of making mistakes, and of moving on. Tamaki/Haruhi, one-sided Kyouya/Tamaki and Ky...
The merits of being right, and having a possessive, jealous boyfriend. Prompt: PWP wet shirt smut, sequel to Turnabout (please read that first). Tamaki/Kyouya
Kyouya is trying to concentrate, but Tamaki can be extremely distracting if he wishes to be. Prompt: sex in a car. Tamaki/Kyouya
Tamaki and Haruhi love each other, but Tamaki loves Kyouya as well. Kyouya, however, tries his best to push Tamaki away for the 'his own good'. They manage to find a compromise. Or 'What really hap...
Being in an orgy is more trouble than anyone can think, especially if you're the only woman and the men are insatiable. But Haruhi manages like she always does. Future-fic. Not just porn. Tamaki/Ky...
'Kyouya finds silence in Mori.' Four scenes, with countless words said, none spoken out loud. But for them, it is perfect. Mori/Kyouya.
Episode 26 AR. Suppose that it wasn't Haruhi who went after Tamaki. Suppose that the two third-years had a meddling streak, and Mori pushed Kyouya into the carriage. What would have changed? And wh...
Victorian AU. In which Tamaki is an English gentleman (of a sort), Haruhi is his daughter, an English young lady (again, of a sort). And Kyouya? Kyouya is a tourist who is forcibly dragged into the...
''This is a romantic cliché,' Kyouya thinks.' He is the best man at their wedding, and he is in love with the groom. Kyouya->Tamaki with implied Tamaki/Haruhi.
Kyouya and Kaoru are devious, and Hikaru and Tamaki are oblivious. Haruhi is an innocent bystander. Tamaki/Kyouya, Hikaru/Kaoru with a little Kyouya/Kaoru. The rating is for the gratuitous Tamaki/K...
In which Tamaki is perverted and Kyouya is... violated? Prompt: Tamaki/Kyouya with sex toys and video camera.
In which Kyouya is a tease, much to Tamaki's chagrin. But two can play a game, can't they? Tamaki/Kyouya.
In which Tamaki ties Kyouya up with his own school tie... and, oddly enough, no sex happens. Tamaki/Kyouya.
Five years in the future, things aren't very different from before. But there are certainly differences, such as Tamaki and Kyouya's relationship. Prompt: Tamaki/Kyouya office sex.
'Ohtori Kyouya has many different smiles...' Two drabbles, two POVs on the same theme of 'smiles'. Tamaki/Kyouya.
'Kyouya always relents, and he knows perfectly well why.' In which Romance and Smut aren't exclusive of each other
'A stranger lives in my house, sir, and he calls himself my father.'
'The world is crashing down upon me.' A tragedy in reverse.
'Death is pretty damn boring.' Swearing, slight religious themes.
A few drabbles detailing events that I couldn't fit into Blessing in Disguise. Please read that first. Tamaki/Kyouya. **Mpreg**, mostly **crack**. Still going to hell.
"Ohtori Kyouya fainted during a meeting, and the lives of the members of the Ouran High School Host Club are irreparably changed." **Mpreg**. Not very crack-like **crack**. I am going to hell for t...
In which everything is unspoken and nothing is confessed. Words are just a vessel for communication; they have no need for such a thing. 'To Niou, Yagyuu was a challenge that will never turn static...
Atobe is a spoiled brat, and Sanada is mildly indulging. 50 sentences for Sanada/Atobe
"To his mother, Akaya was the unbearably cute, incorrigible son she always had to worry about." Manga canon and this will make more sense if you have read my other 20facts ('Of Friendships and Mild...
In which there are tennis matches, and denial and attraction lasted over three years. Sanada/Atobe, slight Niou/Yagyuu implications. Manga-anime hybrid canon, related to Of Friendships and Mild San...
"You refuse to go out with me because of my cap?!" In which there is no plot, and Sanada and Atobe prove that arguments are just a part of foreplay. Sanada/Atobe, manga characterisations.
'Niou Masaharu likes photography.' In which love isn't really an issue, but fascination is.
'The mental states of all the Rikkaidai regulars were ultimately Yukimura-buchou's fault.' A list of everything about Rikkai, with toppings of Niou/Yagyuu and implied Sanada/Atobe. Manga continuity...
'Kyouya remembers people by their smell and touch.' In which Kyouya reflects on his fellow club members, and how he recognises each of them.
There were once two boys and girls, a brat, a spoiled princess, and a control freak. This is their tragedy. 'They were comrades, never friends, never lovers, but they would gladly die for each other.'
'Yakushi Kabuto is a first-rate spy.' In which Itachi admits that he's emotionally retarded, and muses on Kabuto's ability to hide his emotions. Spoilers for Chapter 289 and up.
"You don't see me angsting over stuff like that, do you?" Stupidity is a result of far too much angsting, as far as Cid Highwind is concerned. Vincent Valentine, unfortunately, suffers from it. Cid...
'Rude had always said that he had an overactive imagination.' In which Reno is utterly, utterly shameless and Rufus loses his mental virginity. Rufus/Reno, unrepentant smut.
In which denial is not just a river in Egypt, and Hakkai is a sneaky bastard. Poor Gojyo. Hakkai/Gojyo.
'They're looking at each other again, those small, secret glances that they think he doesn't see. Fucking morons.' In which Gojyo is utterly incapable of understanding his own emotions, but recogni...
"They come to him in his dreams." Hakkai's head is a scary, scary place, and he has the oddest ideas of penance and punishment. Youkai!Hakkai/Gonou/Hakkai.
"When are you getting married?" In which Byakuya chokes on tea, and Kaien babbles like a lovestruck idiot. Slight Kaien/Miyako. Companion to Fragments and 'The Priss and the Idiot'.
'Kaien thought Byakuya to be a priss. Byakuya thought Kaien to be an idiot.' The basis of a beautiful friendship. Companion to Fragments.
In which one realizes that the title is a filthy, filthy lie, and gets it hammered in that Byakuya is still an emotional retard. Fifty sentences on Kuchiki Byakuya. Barely there Byakuya/Hisana.
'He had long hair in his youth, before he entered the Shinigami Academy.' In which it is revealed that Ukitake Jyuushirou has a sense of humour. Really. Mild Kyouraku/Ukitake hints.
'They are parts of a circle.' Yoruichi, Urahara, Kaien, Kuukaku and Byakuya are friends. Even though they might not see each other much any more.
"Happy birthday, taichou." In which Matsumoto is sneaky, and Hitsugaya is very familiar with a river named Nile. Hitsugaya+Matsumoto.
"Why won't you let yourself rely on anyone else?" Shuuhei thinks far too much for his own good, and Yumichika shows him that it's easy to not be alone even when one is fighting by himself. Shuuhei...
'The first thing Kuchiki Byakuya was ever taught was the emotions are for the weak.' Byakuya is an emotional retard. Hisana knows that, and forgives him. He wishes that it is that easy to forgive h...
'Shunsui was the best at seeing the truth.' In which Shunsui looks at Jyuushirou, and wishes that he's as blind as he is. Kyouraku/Ukitake.
'Kuchiki Byakuya was extremely angry at the world.' In which Byakuya is an emotional retard, and is himself. Barely-there Byakuya/Hisana.
It's probably just lust, or that's what they like to think anyway. Fifty sentences on Rufus/Reno.
'Tamaki knows that he has a gift for reading people.' In which it is Tamaki's turn to philosophise, and his thoughts dwell far too much on Kyouya for his own good. Kyouya/Tamaki, in an abstract way...
'Kyouya thought that if he ever love a person, it would be Tamaki.' Kyouya isn't as heartless as he tries to be. At least, not about Tamaki. Kyouya/Tamaki, in an abstract way.
'I met her in a coffee shop.' Theirs is an untold, unknown story. Alex, the inspiration to Vash's inspiration. Alex/Rem.
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.
'... a little comfort now and then was far better than nothing at all.' War does horrible things to people, and all these people needs reminders that they're still human. Hughes/Roy, manga canon.
"The Gate is multiplying!" In which Ed meets someone he has never expected to meet, and gains a new way home. Post-series, Movie non-applicable.
The homunculi were half-alive versions of her every sin. She was the representation of the sins they were named for, for she was human. Companion fic to Sins.
The sins they were named for were their greatest flaw.
'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.
'Tseng knew that he was useless...' In which Tseng blames himself too much and the world too little. Rufus/Tseng.
'Wear regret skin tight, dear 'master'. Hojo is a sadistic bastard, and Vincent gets enough material for nightmares for years to come. Just where did Chaos come from, anyway? Pre-game.
Ghosts shouldn't exist, but he isn't really a ghost. Just how did Vincent know about the triplets? Pre-AC, Sephiroth+Vincent.
'Reno had once said that Rufus had a way of talking that made every single word seem like a proposition.' In which Rufus is a manipulative bastard, and he discovers that he has a stalker. For the 2...