Stormy Weather Surprise Part 4! [Armin x Reader](DEFINITELY READ THE FIRST PARTS BEFORE READING THIS. YOU MAY NOT REALLY GET EVERYTHING OTHERWISE)It had been a few hours since the meeting with Levi...and you'd never been more stressed in your life. After Hanji left his office, she set out to tell each and every person she could find about the wedding. Since then, it had been a constant stream of questions; Is this dress okay? Who's going to do your hair? Do you want bouquets? You had hidden yourself in a side hall by the kitchen to get some peace, but that was proving fruitless. Hanji found you within a few minutes. "So how do you feel about pansies?" She inquired. You could practically feel the energy emanating off of her. "P-pansies?" You replied. "Well, I like pansies. We need other flowers as well...but I suppose pansies could be apart of the bouquets." Suspicious, you inquired further. "Why pansies specifically?" Hanji smiled brightly and pulled one from somewhere on her person. She shoved it in your f
Armin Arlert x Reader - Accidental love (9)Many years had passed since that day. He remembered it like it was yesterday.He said down watching you sleep peacefully.Even now you were just as beautiful as you were back then.He looked up when he heard the door creaking open and a small head popped through. “Can´t sleep sweetie?” he asked. The little girl opened the door wider, stepping in and nodding.She quickly went over to Armin and climbed on top of his legs, making herself comfortable on his lap. “Daddy? Can you tell me a story?” she said in a shy voice looking at him with big eyes. He nodded for her to continue.“How did you and Mommy meet?” she asked. He smiled at her question.“I was in love with her for a loooong time you know? But I was too shy to tell her.”“Then how did you tell her?” he laughed at her curiosity. “Well one day I accidently ran into your Mother and I hurt her.”“You hurt Mommy!” she asked quickly, her eyes growin
Slam. [Armin x Reader]~"I can't believe this." You said offhand to one of your squad-mates. "Look at these losers! Did we ever act like that when we first graduated?" The girl shrugged. "It's only been a year since then...so I'm not really sure. Why are you in such a bad mood today, ______?" "Eh..." You returned. The truth is, you didn't really have an answer. Maybe it was the race that was bothering you...it was your first after-all. As the graduating class before them, you were expected to face off against your new peers in a competitive battle of speed. It was a bit nerve-racking to say the least. Each year, the new cadets would partner up with graduates from the year before and race to a determined spot in town. Large crowds came out to watch these races and bet on which one of you would triumph. From where you were standing on the rooftop, you could see a good amount of people throwing money into a hat and pointing at a new recruit. She shook her raven locks and walked away fro
Fifty Meter Walls|ArminxReaderFifty Meter WallsArminxReaderYou laid in the grass, a soft breeze kissing your cheeks. Your eyes were closed, and you could hear the peaceful chirping of the birds. Sometimes, if you imagined hard enough, you could almost pretend you were in the outside world.Almost."Armin?" you asked, turning your head to see the face of your friend next to you. "Yes, (y/n)?" he replied, propping himself up on his elbows and facing you. "Someday, we'll go outside." you said.Armin smiled sadly. "Yeah, I guess we will." Armin said, sitting up criss-cross. "My parents would've wanted me to, and I'm sure your mom and dad would've loved to see you go outside one day." you sighed.Both your parents had died when you were very young, leaving you in care of relatives. But unlike Armin, you lived with the Jaegers after your parents left the village to rejoin the Survey Corps.You never saw them again.You blew a strand of hair out of your face, it fluttering to the side. "I want to become a
We'll Be Teammates- Armin x ReaderWhen you joined the military and braced yourself for the life of a soldier, you prepared yourself for the back-breaking exercise, the relentless shouting of censure and especially the squalid conditions of sweat and grime.That you learned to handle.But what completely caught you off guard your first day of training was stepping into the dining hall and realizing that you had no idea where to sit. Out of everything you had thought of before enlisting, this had not been one of them. You were a soldier now for goodness sake! Since when did worrying about where you sat have to become an issue?!And yet the dilemma remained. It seemed everyone had a friend or two accompanying them; most likely from their own villages.Did everyone join with a friend? The thought made you feel a bit foolish. Here, everyone had a comrade to help them unwind after the brutal first day of conditioning. And yet here you were, alone. Were you the only one who made up the decision of joining the mi
Happy Birthday Armin... Armin x readerYou stalked through the corridors, you were a squad leader of the survey corp and you were going to you deputy commanders office. You were mad… very mad, and the recruits and cadets in the corridors could see that and scattered, you were worse than the corporal when you were mad. You reached the office and kicked the door open without a second thought, slamming it closed behind you.Armin Arlert looked up from his paper scattered desk with a calm expression. “[Name]?”“How many years how we known each other Armin?” you growled at him stalking over to his desk and placing your hands flat against the wood.“Since we were thirteen… so eight years [name].” he replied.“And when is my birthday?” you asked him.“[your birthday],” Armin said without blinking.“And yours?” your eye twitched.“er…” he froze, “Today…”“Then WHY are you working?!” you screeched.