Spartoi Revived (20)Spartoi Revived (20) by jackiedg86
hapter 20: Adult Sacrifice
Ayame adored her father. She always had. She was a daddy's girl. His princess. It was a given. Black Star was an amazing father and would bend over backwards for his daughter. It was an interesting sight to see. Tsubaki was easily the one who had to do the disciplining. When Ayame was a little girl, she was practically his shadowed and could be seen trying to mimic her father's movements and form. Tsubaki was well aware that their daughter's bold personality wasn't simply learned but engraved in her DNA, only to surface the more she followed after her father. The girl had strength, and thankfully, intelligence, despite being stubborn and occasionally head strong. Black Star was proud of her and would shout it from the tops of the academy, so no one was shocked when he kept his face straight and stepped forward as Death City officials stood and Shibusen doors requesting all threats reveal and surrender themselves or further action would be taken. Zeke had to h
One Big Military Family (35)One Big Military Family (35) by jackiedg86
Chapter 35: Those Who Wait
Winry was hunched over her work bench working on a new automail for a customer when she felt someone looking at her. Glancing up, she saw her grandmother looking at her with a smile that she wasn't really sure how to respond to. She glanced over at where Lee was curled up with Den, both snoozing away peacefully and then looked back at her grandmother expectantly. "Is something wrong, Granny?" she asked. Pinako chuckled and shook her head.
"Nothing, dear. I was just taking in how much you looked like a wife waiting for her husband to return." She answered. Although her face had gone red, Winry still managed to look at her grandmother in complete outrage.
"What're you talking about!" she screeched and quickly threw her hands over her mouth when Lee stirred. Pinako laughed.
"Look around, dear." Winry frowned slightly. She had a three year old sleeping comfortably in her work office curled up with her old dog, had moved the phone to arm's length in case Ed called