You’ll get used to it Hinata.
Literally all I ever do in life is write horrible fanfictions for my ships and make really ridiculous AU headcanons for them.
is having a penis fun
It has it’s ups and downs
More Madoka AU. Imagine KomaHina AU of Madoka Magica where Komaeda is Kyouko and Hinata is Sayaka. Hinata has a crush on someone, but that person is suffering from a disease or the sort so Hinata makes a contract with Monobear in order to cure his crush’s disease and save her.
But his feelings are unrequited and he has to watch his crush get snatched away by someone else, which kills him internally. He slowly falls into despair due to this and in the end, becomes a witch. Komaeda tries to save him, believing there’s a possibility he could turn Hinata back into a human. In the end, however, he decides to kill witch!Hinata and die along with him. He laughs and calls Hinata simple-minded for choosing such a despair-filled path, but tells him that he’ll stay by his side anyway before activating the explosion, killing the both of them.
#sdr2 spoilers #sdr2 endgame spoilers
I kinda lost the drive to finish this, so I guess I’ll just post it.
I have this headcanon where after the game, Hinata still has some of his talents and he and Alter Ego create a program allowing a person to enter the mind. And they use this to try and wake up their sleeping friends. But it’s dangerous because the world can’t be controlled and forms itself based on the memories and emotions of both the dreamer and the visitor.
Sonia volunteers to go first, despite the other’s protests, but she silences them with her princessly authority and has Hinata send her in.
Once inside, she finds it more treacherous than any of them imagined. Memories of Despair still live in both their minds. Not only must Sonia fight through the figurative dangers the world creates (thorns, Monobear style dragons and other beasts), but also come to terms with the memories that resurface. She sees the role they both played in the “Worst Most Despair Inducing Event in the History of Mankind.” And she realizes the Tanaka that awakens might not be the one she knew on the island. Worst of all, she sees the terrible role she played in cultivating his despair, causing her to doubt whether she deserves to have her Tanaka back; and whether either of them deserve the happy ending she set out to find.