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Summer Blues Ch.4: A KageHina Fanfic
Chapter 4: Do you like me...?
Kageyama awoke the next day to the sound of his phone buzzing. He turned on his side to gaze at his phone on his desk. He reached over and grasped it in his hand, turning it on to see that Hinata had left him a text.
Meet me at the park around 7 pm. :-)
Kageyama raised a brow, sitting up and rubbing his eyes. He took a second, thinking again whether he should go or not, the same doubt kept coming back. But he replied back, saying:
Fine.
He continued to stare at his phone for a moment, before he put his phone back on the desk, lied back down, and gazed at the ceiling.His thoughts kept asking him, why he kept doubting himself when it came to hanging out with Hinata. It was almost as if his brain wanted to run away, but his heart wanted to stay.
At that moment, his eyes widened as he remembered last night; the longing to be with Hinata and the emotion he felt when he was around. It took him a second to realize that he felt happy around Hinata. Although he fel
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Summer Blues Ch.3: A KageHina Fanfic
Chapter 3: A Magnet
The thuds of the volleyball echoed in the now darkened park. Kageyama and Hinata kept practicing over and over, but not as energetic as they would in a gym, with fear of losing the ball.
Kageyama would set the ball into the air, a flawless motion, bending his knees slightly, letting the ball fall within his curved hands, almost shaping a triangle, and shot it up into the air, hands sticking off to the sides. As the ball flew through the air, Hinata had already took a running start before taking one big step with one leg, then two little steps, alternating legs before bending his knees, hands outstretched behind him, before he swung up his hands, leaping in place, and bringing one arm behind him, and the other in front. As the ball seemed to stop in time, Hinata whipped his arm forward, his other retracting into his body, as he strongly spiked the ball down, bringing his striking all the way to his side.
The scene was so perfected, and it rang with sync. The two play
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Summer Blues Ch.2: A KageHina Fanfic
Ch. 2: Emerging into a New Friendship
Hinata awoke that morning, curled into his blankets, disoriented for a moment. He wanted to stay in the cocoon that he made out of his sheets but then remembered what had happened the night before.
Sitting up, he stretched out his arms and let out a yawn before rubbing his eyes. The brown irises gazed at the bed sheets ahead, as his mind still wandered a bit. You’d think that his mind would come to rest as the rest of his body did, however they still continued on. He closed his eyes for a second, breathing in, before bring his legs to the side of his bed and standing up.
He quickly got dressed into some casual clothes and went out onto his bike, heading to the direction of the cafe. He felt the morning breeze brush through his face and hair as he sped off, working his way ahead. The gentle wind was calming and it brought a slight smile to his face.
It didn’t hold long as he reached the cafe and set his bike off to the side. Hinata enter
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Summer Blues Ch.1: A KageHina Fanfic
Chapter 1: An Unlikely Meeting in the Dark
The night was still, as all the world seemed to fall asleep and the only sound that resonated was the musical chirps of the crickets. The world was painted blue, lighted with the bright moon and shining stars above, casting faint shadows.
A bright orange headed figure walked from the structure of its home into this magical world unknown to the sleeping world. His name was Hinata Shouyou. His bright brown eyes gazed out into the silent realm, as he began to take a stroll around. However, instead of his head up and his face beaming with childish excitement, his face was glum and full of sadness.
What was the point of it all?
Why did he keep trying?
Will he ever be like the Little Giant?
Hinata sighed as he walked endlessly down the streets of Torono Town, in the Miyagi Prefecture, trying to reason out his thoughts, but to no avail. His mind kept bringing even more doubts to plague his mind.
You’ll never be the ace.
You’re just a usel
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Chapter 4: Do you like me...?

Kageyama awoke the next day to the sound of his phone buzzing. He turned on his side to gaze at his phone on his desk. He reached over and grasped it in his hand, turning it on to see that Hinata had left him a text.

Meet me at the park around 7 pm. :-)

Kageyama raised a brow, sitting up and rubbing his eyes. He took a second, thinking again whether he should go or not, the same doubt kept coming back. But he replied back, saying:

Fine.

He continued to stare at his phone for a moment, before he put his phone back on the desk, lied back down, and gazed at the ceiling.His thoughts kept asking him, why he kept doubting himself when it came to hanging out with Hinata. It was almost as if his brain wanted to run away, but his heart wanted to stay.

At that moment, his eyes widened as he remembered last night; the longing to be with Hinata and the emotion he felt when he was around. It took him a second to realize that he felt happy around Hinata. Although he felt the need to shield himself from him and the constant plague of hatred, he felt a certain happiness, perhaps “love” towards Hinata.

But as the thought came through, it was soon blurred by the doubts that made him question himself and what he was truly feeling.

Why would he love you? Or even like you to that matter?

Happiness? Is this a joke? You hate Hinata…

If you truly believe yourself and what you feel, then why do you keep having doubts about it?

You are never meant to be cause why would he like you?

Kageyama clenched his arms closer to his body, as his eyes shut tighter and tighter; a clear stream of tears began to slip from his eyes, as he felt himself be stabbed by his thoughts, piercing holes in his heart, sabotaging his feelings.

He felt alone.

He wished he didn’t feel this way, but he did. Because as he realized that the reality with Hinata could never be, then who else would ever like him? He was a ruthless king after all. A king who didn’t deserve any subjects, nor love.

But then, Kageyama wiped his tears away, thinking a moment before his heart gave a sign of recovery: perhaps, he still had a chance to make Hinata like him. Maybe that’s why he invited Kageyama to hang out with him? Maybe that’s why Kageyama hadn’t refused those invitations.

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The only thing lighting the way, were the lampposts, that left areas of light through the darkness and guided Kageyama to his destination. However, he kept his gaze down, looking at the ground, as his mind still plagued him. But as his mind was about to dive deeper and deeper, he was startled by the pat on the back.

He turned to his side to see Hinata, smiling, “Kageyama! I’m surprised you came! I honestly thought you might have just texted that so you could just abandon me, haha!” Kageyama smiled slightly, while also retaining a stern look, as he replied, “Ha, yeah, I probably should have done that but…” He stopped what he was about to say, leaving a confused Hinata to allow his mind to wander a bit.

It didn’t take long before he asked, “But…?” Kageyama shook his head, “Its nothing.”

They continued on through the night to the park, Hinata bouncing along and pointing out little things that happened in his day. He then asked what Kageyama did but he only replied with, “Oh, um… stayed home… and yeah...” Hinata crossed his arm, “You stayed home all day? Geez, there’s gotta be something exciting you did! Maybe you fell out of your bed or your shoulder crashed into a wall or something!” Kageyama shook his head, “Nope… Nothing.”

Hinata tilted his head, now realizing that something was bothering Kageyama, but he decided not to mention anything, at least not until they got to see what he wanted him to see.

They soon arrived at the park, and it seemed quiet, the cries of the crickets were the only thing to be heard. It was dark, and Kageyama wondered why Hinata began to wander around into the grass. But he soon found out, when he saw a little light come out from the grass. Hinata smiled, “There’s one! Now where are the others?” The little light came floating towards Kageyama, close enough to show it’s insect body. It was a firefly.

He looked up at Hinata who seemed to look around, beginning to get frustrated, before he jumped up and down, causing a wave of fireflies to suddenly to fly out from their grassy shelters. Kageyama stared in wonder as their surroundings suddenly were lit with little orbs floating by one another and landing in different places than their original positions. Hinata too stared up in awe, but moved towards Kageyama and asked, “It’s amazing isn’t it?” Kageyama smiled and nodded, keeping his gaze on the fireflies.

Hinata continued to stare at them as he then said, “Did you know that fireflies symbolize love?” Kageyama’s eyes widened as he slowly looked at Hinata who continued to say, “They symbolize passionate love between people. But they also symbol war, since they’re viewed as the lost souls of soldiers. I found this out the other day while just looking through a book that I thought was interesting. But it wasn’t.” Hinata laughed at his own comment, before noticing Kageyama’s intent gaze, staring Hinata in the eyes with astonishment.

Hinata crossed his arms, and frowned, “Okay! What’s wrong!? You keep acting weird! And this wasn’t the only day, but for the past few days. Are you hiding something from me!?”

Kageyama signed, “It's nothi-” Hinata interrupted him, “It's obviously not ‘nothing’. What is it?” Kageyama hesitated, avoiding the concerned eyes of Hinata, as he asked, “Do you… like me…?”

Silence.

Kageyama felt his heart slowly drop with every second that passed in silence. Hinata stood there, still staring but his expression had changed to one of a stoic nature. Kageyama knew that after a long period of silence, it was obvious what the answer was. He sighed, “I-it’s fine if you don’t… I’ll just lea-” “No… Don’t go…”

Kageyama frowned, confused, as he turned his body around slightly, only to stare into the bright brown eyes of the orange-headed person before him. Hinata scratched the back of his head, as he quietly said, “I do like you Kageyama…But…” He hesitated, causing Kageyama’s heart to skip a beat, almost in an attempt to break into helplessness, waiting for Hinata to finish.

Hinata shuffled a little in his place, a bit of uncertainty surrounding him, as he continued, “I like you… But… I… I… I just don’t know… how to express it…” Kageyama’s brow raised, as Hinata explained, “I-I’ve been thinking recently that… I want to be with you, more and more… and I was worried you would think opposite…” Kageyama turned fully around to face Hinata, hearing exactly what he wanted to say come from Hinata. But he didn’t want to confess (even though he kinda was the one to make the move).

Out of the blue, Hinata hugged Kageyama, their warmth spreading to each other’s bodies. Kageyama began to blush but he didn’t hesitate as he wrapped his arms around Hinata, yearning for the passion that burned in his chest at that moment and every other moment before.

After some time, they broke the hug and stood in the darkness, dimly lit with fireflies that still seemed to wander around. Hinata laughed, “Well, now I know, now we both know, that we want each other.”

Kageyama nodded, gazing into Hinata’s eyes, which he used to gaze back at Kageyama. Kageyama then suddenly frowned, causing Hinata to become confused, before Kageyama said, “But you can’t tell anyone… I feel like this should be our secret.” Hinata then grinned, and nodded, “Yes! This could be our little secret! Ah! This is so exciting!”

He began bouncing up and down, causing the edges of Kageyama’s mouth to curve upward. Hinata then stopped in his tracks, noticing Kageyama’s smile, which made him even more happy.

It didn’t take them long however to realize how late it was and as much as it drove holes in their hearts, they had to say goodbye. Although they barely got together that day, it seemed like they had known each other for a long time. They agreed to meet up at the park again, but during the day instead.
Chapter 3: A Magnet

The thuds of the volleyball echoed in the now darkened park. Kageyama and Hinata kept practicing over and over, but not as energetic as they would in a gym, with fear of losing the ball.

Kageyama would set the ball into the air, a flawless motion, bending his knees slightly, letting the ball fall within his curved hands, almost shaping a triangle, and shot it up into the air, hands sticking off to the sides. As the ball flew through the air, Hinata had already took a running start before taking one big step with one leg, then two little steps, alternating legs before bending his knees, hands outstretched behind him, before he swung up his hands, leaping in place, and bringing one arm behind him, and the other in front. As the ball seemed to stop in time, Hinata whipped his arm forward, his other retracting into his body, as he strongly spiked the ball down, bringing his striking all the way to his side.

The scene was so perfected, and it rang with sync. The two players took a moment to breathe in the air, filling their lungs. Before Hinata shouted, bouncing up and down, “One more time!” Kageyama sighed, “Don’t you ever get tired?”

Hinata frowned, “Never! Now come on and set!” His enthusiasm stopped when he noticed Kageyama slightly smile, before returning to his stoic face again, and putting the ball under his arm, “That’s enough for today.” Hinata groaned, “Kageyamaaaa! I want to do it again!” Kageyama rolled his eyes, “You always want to do it one more time.”

He was suddenly pushed back slightly, as a cannon ball of orange hair ran at him, reaching for the ball, “Give it to me, Kageyama!” Kageyama held his volleyball tightly, trying to push Hinata way, “Hinata, you bastard! It’s my volleyball! This wasn’t even what I wanted us to do here!” Hinata wrestled for the volleyball more, “Well then, why did you bring it!?” Kageyama pushed Hinata way, “Because I thought making playing for a little bit would be fun!”

Hinata stood there a bit confused for a moment, as he asked, “Did you just say ‘fun’?” Kageyama frowned, “Shut up! I-I didn’t-well, I did! But why are you making a big deal about it!?” Hinata chuckled, “I just didn’t know you liked having ‘fun’.” Kageyama dropped the volleyball and grabbed Hinata by the collar, “What did you just say!? ‘I don’t know how to have fun!?’” Kageyama clenched his teeth, before letting Hinata go, as he turned away, his mood suddenly changing.

Hinata grew a little worried. He reached a hand out to Kageyama, asking, “Kageyama, are you okay…?” Kageyama sighed before walking forward, Hinata following close behind, worried about him. “Kageyama, I’m sorry! I was just joking!”

Kageyama stopped under a lamppost, before speaking, “I know… I just, don’t know what got into me... B-but, Hinata, maybe you’re a little right about that statement.” Hinata stepped back, shocked by what he heard. He then walked in front of Kageyama, putting a hand on his shoulder, “I seriously just meant it as a joke. I’m sorry if I hurt yo-” He was cut off by a hug. An unexpected hug.

Kageyama had wrapped his arms around Hinata, searching for some comfort, but it seemed almost as if it were scripted.

The embrace seemed to last a long time, as Hinata wrapped his arms around the tall figure around him, and they stood there; the world seemed to spin the opposite way, reverting back, but still in the present. Hinata could feel his heart on fire at that moment, blazing with a passion so strong, he couldn’t comprehend what was happening.

Kageyama had closed his eyes, yearning for something, yearning for Hinata; the pull to him was so much stronger now, it was as if they were opposite magnets attracted and brought together.

But then suddenly, Kageyama realized what he had done, and pushed Hinata away. The astonished Hinata fell backward and fell, “Ow!” Kageyama stepped back, “S-sorry… I… I don’t know what got into me… I, uh…” He breathed in, gaining his posture back and threatened, “Nothing happened tonight, okay?” Hinata tilted his head, as he stood, “B-but-” Kageyama glared at Hinata, as he waited for him to say it. Hinata sighed, “Nothing happened tonight.”

Kageyama nodded before he began walking away, “Well, see you, Hinata.” Hinata reached out for Kageyama, “W-wait! Kageyama…” Kageyama, hesitated, thinking about whether he should turn or not, before doing so. He knew they had already done this and knew what Hinata was going to say, but he still couldn’t bring himself to just leave. Hinata stared straight into Kageyama’s eyes as he quietly asked, “D-do you want to hang out again though…?” Kageyama stared back at Hinata, as he replied, “...Sure…Here again… Tomorrow…”

They stared a moment into each other’s eyes, the stars now reflected in them, as they nodded and parted ways into the darkness, away from the light.

That night, Kageyama laid in his bed, the lights turned off, as he stared up at the ceiling. But his eyes didn’t concentrate on that, rather his mind shut them off as he thought about his meeting with Hinata that night. He had no control over what he had done, and it almost seemed like a deja vu, as if this had already happened, or perhaps it was destiny.

He never really gave thought to this sort of stuff, but he felt that there was no other reason. He placed his hand on his chest, clenching the front of the shirt, as he recalled the feeling he felt as his and Hinata’s warmth combined, and it felt like the cosmos surrounded them in a bubble of the universe, where only the two of them existed.

He closed his eyes, trying to see the event fold out again through his imagination, but was interrupted but a sneeze. He was about to sneeze again, but didn’t. He sat up and put his hand to his head, trying to feel for any signs of a fever. His head felt normal, but still, he laid down and growled under his breath, “I swear, if I come down with something, I blame Hinata for it…” He covered himself with a blanket and closed his eyes. But before he could fall asleep, he felt a sense that something was wrong.

Hinata also laid on his bed, thinking about the events that happened that night, as if they were permanently imprinted on his mind. But, he couldn’t help but feel happy, and somewhat confused about the emotion. He felt it, and he wanted to feel it again. It was a magnet that eventually pulled them together, a force beyond their physical forms pushed them together into a burning blaze of passion, that seemed as hot as the sun. And for that brief moment, along with the moment that he saw the universe he lived in, reflect in Kageyama’s eyes, it seemed surreal and magical in a sense.

He felt there was something more to it, than it being a brief moment in time, and he wanted to feel that moment once more. But, he recalled when Kageyama pushed him away, he could see a gleam of something being off. It was like Kageyama snapped back to himself, but a very cold state of him that is, and it didn’t seem right at the moment. Of course, Hinata thought to himself, that he felt it was wrong when Kageyama hugged him, but it also felt right to him in a weird sense.

He closed his eyes, and turned to his side, lying there for a second, before he opened his eyes to stare ahead at the wall, before realizing, he couldn’t sleep. And it wasn’t the fact that he wasn’t tired, but he felt a certain feeling of dread suddenly loom in the room, almost as if the darkness around him was closing in and the air turned cold.

Hinata quickly covered himself with his blanket, trying to shut out the world around. And after a few minutes, he was finally able to sleep.

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The day seemed to lag for two, as they waited for the clock to reach 5:00. And when it had turned to that exact time, they were already at the park, walking along the path, a volleyball in Kageyama’s hand, but to a surprise, the ball never once hit the ground that night.

In fact, they seemed to just enjoy each other’s company. Hinata told Kageyama a story of when he was little, and how when he first tried hitting a volleyball, he couldn’t and recalled how long it took him to finally be able to hit it. He laughed, “The times at the volleyball club weren’t the only times I’ve had a volleyball hit my face. You can’t imagine how I managed to do it by myself.” Kageyama shrugged, “I think I can imagine it. I mean, you kind of do suck that much.” Hinata playfully punched Kageyama’s shoulder, “Hey!”

Kageyama smiled, “It’s true.” He thought for a moment before recalling, “When I was little, volleyball was kind of a given talent, so I had no trouble with training. But, I guess it went down hill in junior high… I tried to get Oikawa to teach me his jump serve, which ultimately led him lashing out for no reason. As I probably mentioned before, I learned to serve based on watching him. I use to be so great on the team, until everyone suddenly started ignoring me…” Hinata slapped Kageyama on the back, snapping him back into reality and causing him to be angry, “Hinata!”

Hinata smiled, “What do you mean ‘use to be so great?’ You’re an amazing setter! And ‘together, we’re invincible’.” Kageyama’s face suddenly felt weird; a warmth seemed to spread on his face, causing him to bring a hand over his face and turn away. Hinata raised a brow, “Kageyama, are you okay? Did I say something wrong again?”

Kageyama hesitated a moment, frowning as he put his hand down, “No… except maybe, that you’re a dumbass!” Hinata growled, “Oi! Don’t be so mean!” For some reason, Kageyama seemed to smile again, finding Hinata’s childish nature amusing. And at the same time, Hinata slightly smiled at how much Kageyama smiled. Because to him, it was so rare and yet such a precious gesture coming from Kageyama that it made Hinata the goal to one day make Kageyama laugh.
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I’ve seen several animes in my life (movies and series). Ever since I was little, I grew up with animes and still watch them today. So, today, I’m going to share the animes I enjoy/enjoyed the most (And the one's I can think of rn cause I can't remember them all)

-Angel Beats

This in my opinion is one of the best animes I’ve ever seen. Looking for an anime that’s serious but also playful at the same time? This is the anime for you. Angel Beats is basically about this guy named Yuzuru Otonashi, who awakes to find himself in a limbo-like high school setting, where he joins a rebellious team called the SSS, which is fighting against an entity known as Angel. I will say, the more you watch the anime, the more in depth it goes. Some episodes are funny, while others focus more on feels, which makes actually for a wonderful anime, that I definitely recommend, especially if you’re barely getting into anime, or even if you’re just looking for a very interesting anime. Actually, instead of recommending it, I ask that you do watch this. Please. Hatsune Otononashi (Arigatou Onii-chan) [V2] 

-Baccano

This another anime I highly recommend, but it comes with a warning: A lot of blood and gore! If you don’t like the sight of that at all, this is NOT the anime for you. Baccano centers around a certain event: the hijacking of a train called the Flying Pussyfoot, and it’s surrounded by several back stories and events in the past, present, and future. It’s set in 1930’s Manhattan and tells the tale of several members of different mafia families: the Martillo family, the Russo family, the Gandor family, the Genoard family, and several other independent gangs, groups and individuals. It tends to be a very confusing anime at first, but once you watch it till the end, it all clears up, making it so interesting and enough for me to strongly recommend it for people looking for an action, mystery anime, or just a good anime in general. baccano gif 

-Hetalia

Oh yeah, the people who watch me knew this was going to be on here. In all honestly, Hetalia was an anime I was quite unsure whether I wanted to watch it since the first episode kind of scared me away since its weird. But once you watch a few episodes, you actually can be dragged into it’s world. The first few seasons focus on WW2 and then goes to other events in the past, showing the history of personified countries and their relations to each other. Go back and look at your history books. Now watch Hetalia. Now look at your history books. How does it differ? Lol probably a lot. I remember after getting into Hetalia, I could never look at history the same again. It’s a funny and quirky anime I recommend to almost everyone. If you just want to kick back and waste time watching something, watch Hetalia. I’m sure there will be one character that you’ll find to be your favorite. America (The Hero) [V2] 

-Haikyuu

I actually was very hesitant to watch it, giving the excuse that I was too lazy to watch the anime, but in actuality, I didn’t want to watch a sports anime, let alone a volleyball anime. Volleyball brings back painful memories for me because I never joined the team in middle school because some girls were saying some mean things about my excitement when playing sports, so I gave up trying at all. However, after watching Haikyuu, I realized that that was a huge mistake and I need to at least try. It gave me the excitement in sports that I haven’t experienced in awhile! What is it about? It focuses on a boy’s high school volleyball club and their fight to make it to nationals. It gives several back stories, all emotional, all inspirational. If it hadn’t been for Haikyuu, I would still hate volleyball for a very bad reason. Because in actuality, I loved it, and I love it even more, because of Haikyuu. Even if you don’t like sports, or if you’re like me and don’t want to watch a sports anime, I still recommend it. It’s such a feel-good anime while also containing several feels on the side to make it such an experience that I recommend to all. Hinata-smile 

-Saint Seiya

Okay, so this is pretty old anime, but I must say, it’s got a very interesting plot. I’ve also got to say, I grew up with this anime since my brothers were total geeks over this show and this was all we could watch on tv in Mexico when we visited. So, its about a much of guys who are chosen to train in different parts of the world in order to acquire armors of the zodiac, become the knights of the zodiacs, and protect the goddess Athena from threatening powers. Since it’s old, it’s not as pretty as other animes, however it’s plot, backstories, and fight sequences make up for it. This anime is a gem not many know of, unless you were like my siblings and me, and I recommend it. Oh, and watched the subbed, whether in Spanish or Japanese dub since it’s WAY better than the English dubbed. SD icon Milo 

-Wolf’s Rain

This was actually the very first anime I watched, which wasn’t really the best option for a little girl. Wolf’s Rain focuses on a pack of wolves who disguise themselves as humans and their search for Paradise. However, they face many obstacles in the way. I got to say, watch the anime all the way through. The ending is something worth seeing. Honestly, it gets really confusing at times of what’s going on and stuff, but after you watch the whole thing through, you’ll wish there was more. Warning though, there is blood… a lot of it. In a way, this is like Baccano but at the same time, it doesn’t compare at all. wolfs rain cheza gif 

-Ginga Nagareboshi Gin/ Ginga Densetsu Weed

Okay, you’re suppose to watch Ginga Nagareboshi Gin first before Ginga Densetsu Weed. Just noting that. Ginga Nagareboshi Gin focuses on a bear-hunting dog named Gin, whose purpose is to take down the large bear terrorizing the mountain and town, known as Akakabuto. The beginning is a bit boring but after while, it gets really interesting. Sad, but very entertaining with it’s fight sequences, it’s a really good anime, which deserved it’s sequel: Ginga Densetsu Weed. I can’t really say anything about that one, besides it’s also really good, as you’re suppose to watch Ginga Nagareboshi Gin first. Free Gin icon 

-Samurai 7

Now, I really appreciate this anime because I got to see the original “Seven Samurai” as well as the western adaptation “The Magnificent Seven.” Samurai 7, if you’ve seen Seven Samurai or The Magnificent Seven, follows the same premise. For those who haven’t seen either, it follows the story of a village being threatened by bandits who take a lot of rice from the farmers. So, in order to stop them, they decide to hire 7 samurai, who will fight to defend them. It’s very interesting and you kind of get stuck in the anime, cause you want to know how it ends, and I will say, it’s worth it. The backstory, the characters, the fight scenes, they all contribute to make this anime really good. I will recommend this but also, Seven Samurai and The Magnificent Seven since they also were good. They’re all the same plot, but each having a different vibe to it, making it more enchanting. (Lol can't find an emoticon XD)

-Death Note

I know, this anime exploded last year for no apparent reason, but I’m recommending this from my experience of it back in 2008. Death Note contains several complex feelings, at least for me that is. It centers around the main character named Light who stumbles upon a book called a Death Note. With a Death Note, you can write someone’s name and they die. Upon touching a Death Note you can see the shinigami who accompany the person with the Death Note. From there, the story develops and twists in ways you wouldn’t think it would, making this much more entertaining. I wouldn’t have recommended it, if it hadn’t been one of those animes that has been stuck with me for most of my life. Oh warning, blood and disturbing scenes. Don’t know why I watched this at a young age. sorry, what? [icon commission] 

-Basically Every Studio Ghibli Film

Every since I was 3, I watched these movies. What movie did I watch when I was 3? Spirited Away. Yeah, that’s one of the movies everyone says they watched from Studio Ghibli, but even today, even though I think differently about it, I still love it, and every other Studio Ghibli Film: Spirited Away, My Neighbor Totoro, Howl’s Moving Castle, Secret World of Arrietty, Ponyo, When Marnie was There, Kiki’s Delivery Service, The Cat Returns, Princess Mononoke, Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind, Grave of the Fireflies, Porco Rosso, Castle in the Sky, Pom Poko,The Wind Rises, From Up on Poppy Hill, and I’m pretty sure there’s more. Each one has a magical feel to them, which is why I recommend all of them. If you want deeper details about one of them, you can ask me or look them up or maybe even go in blind. *Free Icon/Emote* Totoro ( Heart) 

-The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, Summer Wars, Wolf Children, The Boy and the Beast

Mamoru Hosoda’s works are also fascinating and magical to watch. The one’s I can point to are these ones, which are all really good in my opinion. Honestly, each one has a very touching story, that takes time to develop, but is worth the wait as the climaxes of these films is just fantastic. Again, wanting more details about them? Ask me, look them up, or just watch them. My personal favorite is The Boy and the Beast: slow pacing, but good climax. My first one was Summer Wars though, which was hilarious and awesome. Whichever one you watch first, I’m sure you’ll like it. summer wars natsuki icon 

Well, that’s it for now. If I think up anymore that I would recommend, I might post a second list, but these are the animes I would definitely recommend rn in the moment.
Ch. 2: Emerging into a New Friendship

Hinata awoke that morning, curled into his blankets, disoriented for a moment. He wanted to stay in the cocoon that he made out of his sheets but then remembered what had happened the night before.

Sitting up, he stretched out his arms and let out a yawn before rubbing his eyes. The brown irises gazed at the bed sheets ahead, as his mind still wandered a bit. You’d think that his mind would come to rest as the rest of his body did, however they still continued on. He closed his eyes for a second, breathing in, before bring his legs to the side of his bed and standing up.

He quickly got dressed into some casual clothes and went out onto his bike, heading to the direction of the cafe. He felt the morning breeze brush through his face and hair as he sped off, working his way ahead. The gentle wind was calming and it brought a slight smile to his face.

It didn’t hold long as he reached the cafe and set his bike off to the side. Hinata entered, the warmth and scent of coffee hit him. He was enchanted for a moment, taking in his surroundings before a worker ushered him to a table. After ordering a coffee, he began to get lost in his thoughts once more.

The quiet buzz of people whispering filled the cafe, but it didn’t wash any of the negative thoughts away, as Hinata fiddled with his hands before reaching to take out his phone. He slid his hand into his pocket, but then realized, he had forgot it. He sighed and began waiting once more while fiddling his fingers.

He gazed down at his hands and began thinking about volleyball again, mostly on his past.

He’s like a Little Giant!

You want to be like the Little Giant?

You’re just a kid!

How can you compare yourself to him?

Suddenly, Hinata felt a gentle tap on his shoulder and he flinched before looking up to the familiar blue eyes. Kageyama said in a low voice a, “Hey…” before sitting opposite of Hinata. He basically wore his black volleyball jacket, pants, and shirt, making Hinata feel a little more weird as they weren’t going to play volleyball, rather they were going to drink coffee and talk. They were in awkward silence as neither said a word. It wasn’t until Kageyama got his coffee, did they speak.

Hinata stared down at his own coffee before speaking, “So… uh… I’m guessing something here… b-based on what we said last night…” Kageyama looked up, waiting as Hinata hesitated with his answer, “...We both feel alone…” Hinata’s face cringed up as he waited for a negative reaction from Kageyama, however all he got was a nod as Kageyama took a sip of his coffee. “Hinata, I’m going to be honest with you, and you better be honest with me.”

Kageyama sighed, hesitating for quite a while, not wanting to share anything, but he continued on, “I’ve never felt more alone in my life. I always thought that people liked me and I could tell them whatever I wanted to, but…” He waited a moment, frowning, “The moment that I set the ball and no one was there to hit it… I felt so… alone. And I’ve felt that way for a long time...”

Kageyama completely stopped, his thoughts running through his brain, before Hinata began speaking, “I guess we are on the same boat but for different cases. I feel so alone because… well… I always thought I could be more than what I was. But people never seem to believe I can and they put me down, it makes me feel so… different from others.”

They both went into a silence as they seemed to share their thoughts, but not all of them. More and more doubts began to circulate. Then Kageyama spoke up, “Hinata… we both feel the same, but for different reasons. In fact, you’re a dumbass-” Hinata growled, “Hey! I told you not to call me-” “But! Maybe we can work this out together, dumbass.” Hinata frowned, his arms crossed before muttering something.

But then, Hinata noticed the seriousness in Kageyama’s eyes, staring intensely into his soul. A new feeling had suddenly appeared as he felt almost a comforting calmness from his eyes. Hinata then nodded, “Maybe… But I’m still not sure if I can trust you…”

Kageyama growled, “We already trust each other to make a super-quick, what’s the difference between a connection with someone outside of volleyball?” Hinata chuckled, “‘Connection?’” Kageyama sighed, “You know what I mean…” But indeed, Hinata didn’t know what he meant.

Hinata began to think about it, scratching his chin, Kageyama picked up his coffee and drank a bit, before glaring at Hinata. Hinata flinched, “Why are you glaring at me!? I’ll do it okay! I just… well…”

Kageyama sighed, getting up from his seat, “It’s fine… I should’ve just stayed in bed and never come to spill myself out. I knew meeting up with someone, especially you, wouldn’t change a thing.”

As he was about to walk away, HInata grabbed ahold of the sleeve on Kageyama’s jacket, “Wait!” Kageyama looked down at Hinata, who had a very determined look on his face, “I want to give it a try.” A silence surrounded them as they stared at each other.

Hinata released Kageyama’s sleeve as he realized he had been holding it for a few moments. It seemed as if Kageyama was thinking for a moment before saying, “Meet me at the park around 5:00.” Hinata repeated back to Kageyama, “Meet you at the park-5:00…” He then smiled and excitedly said, “Okay! Got it!”

With that, Kageyama turned and walked away, thinking about what he had got himself into but felt the same ugre from yesterday, to meet up with Hinata. It was a pull that was invisible yet strong, something he hadn’t felt ever in his life. However, he couldn’t pinpoint what it was.

Hinata felt the same pull, unknown to what it was, but it felt important in someway. He could hear, as the door to the cafe opened, the winds outside blow fiercely, and he felt a twinge of fear, but somewhat excitement because he knew these weren’t any old winds. But a sign, a symbol, for these were: the winds of change.

Kageyama had walked out of the cafe, and began walking home, his hands stuffed in his pockets and soon, he felt the strong winds blow into him, threatening to knock him backward.

He breathed in, a bit shocked by the strength but thought nothing of it. But, he felt different in a way, perhaps it was because he just talked to Hinata, and agreed rather than disagreed. He slowly made his way home, and on his way, he never did notice the murders of crows that painted the sky black, an omen, perhaps positive, but also, perhaps negative.

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“I’m home!”

Hinata walked into his house and began taking off his shoes. “Onii-chan!” He was suddenly attacked by his little sister who had rushed over and hugged him. He gasped, but smiled, “You almost knocked me over!”

“Hinata, where did you go off to?” His mother chimed in. Hinata scratched the back of his head, “I went to the cafe, sorry I didn’t tell you… But I will tell you, I’m going out at 5:00 to the park.” His mother smiled, “Oh, did you meet someone?”

Hinata tilted his head, “Well… kind of… no… not really…” He ended up feeling awkward and excused himself to his room. He sat on his bed, reflecting what he was going to do. He already agreed to go, and he already told his mother so he had to go. The fact was that he wanted to go, but he also didn’t want to go.

Kageyama still terrified him so much, but something kept pulling him to him. What was this mysterious force? He grabbed the volleyball in his room and began fiddling it.

Was a “connection” the same as the connection they have when playing volleyball?

Hinata sighed, confused over what a “connection” even was.

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5:00 pm

Kageyama walked through the evening, streets lit by the setting sun. A beautiful display of red and orange, blending into the blue sky were reflected in Kageyama’s blue eyes. He walked alone to the park, lampposts beginning to light up. In his hands, he held a tri-colored volleyball, becoming faded as the sun set more.

The crickets began to chirp and the fireflies were becoming a more vivid source of light in the soon to be new darkness of night.

After a few more moments of walking on the pavement, passing trees purposely planted to give the park a natural look, he found a wooden bench, where he sat, holding the volleyball in front of him. Not long after, his mind began to buzz once more with swarms of thoughts, but mostly reflecting his past.

No one was there to hit the volleyball I set… It was the most terrifying thing I’d ever witnessed… Am I truly that terrible of a person…?

King of the Court…

To believe, that such an innocent name, one that would bring pride to someone, degrades me so much…

All this pain… all this stress… I want to keep going… I want to keep playing… But the only way to do that is…

Kageyama then realized he was clenching the volleyball so hard, he softened his grip and leaned backwards, letting his head look up at the darkening sky. He put his hands up, volleyball in them, and set the ball.

Again, and again, he set the ball and it started to become unconscious to him that he was doing so, until the ball suddenly didn’t return to him.

The thud of someone hitting the ball filled the silent air, as a figure landed in front of Kageyama. Kageyama then frowned, “Hinata you dumbass!” Hinata smiled, “Playing volleyball without me?”
I’ve seen several animes in my life (movies and series). Ever since I was little, I grew up with animes and still watch them today. So, today, I’m going to share the animes I enjoy/enjoyed the most (And the one's I can think of rn cause I can't remember them all)

-Angel Beats

This in my opinion is one of the best animes I’ve ever seen. Looking for an anime that’s serious but also playful at the same time? This is the anime for you. Angel Beats is basically about this guy named Yuzuru Otonashi, who awakes to find himself in a limbo-like high school setting, where he joins a rebellious team called the SSS, which is fighting against an entity known as Angel. I will say, the more you watch the anime, the more in depth it goes. Some episodes are funny, while others focus more on feels, which makes actually for a wonderful anime, that I definitely recommend, especially if you’re barely getting into anime, or even if you’re just looking for a very interesting anime. Actually, instead of recommending it, I ask that you do watch this. Please. Hatsune Otononashi (Arigatou Onii-chan) [V2] 

-Baccano

This another anime I highly recommend, but it comes with a warning: A lot of blood and gore! If you don’t like the sight of that at all, this is NOT the anime for you. Baccano centers around a certain event: the hijacking of a train called the Flying Pussyfoot, and it’s surrounded by several back stories and events in the past, present, and future. It’s set in 1930’s Manhattan and tells the tale of several members of different mafia families: the Martillo family, the Russo family, the Gandor family, the Genoard family, and several other independent gangs, groups and individuals. It tends to be a very confusing anime at first, but once you watch it till the end, it all clears up, making it so interesting and enough for me to strongly recommend it for people looking for an action, mystery anime, or just a good anime in general. baccano gif 

-Hetalia

Oh yeah, the people who watch me knew this was going to be on here. In all honestly, Hetalia was an anime I was quite unsure whether I wanted to watch it since the first episode kind of scared me away since its weird. But once you watch a few episodes, you actually can be dragged into it’s world. The first few seasons focus on WW2 and then goes to other events in the past, showing the history of personified countries and their relations to each other. Go back and look at your history books. Now watch Hetalia. Now look at your history books. How does it differ? Lol probably a lot. I remember after getting into Hetalia, I could never look at history the same again. It’s a funny and quirky anime I recommend to almost everyone. If you just want to kick back and waste time watching something, watch Hetalia. I’m sure there will be one character that you’ll find to be your favorite. America (The Hero) [V2] 

-Haikyuu

I actually was very hesitant to watch it, giving the excuse that I was too lazy to watch the anime, but in actuality, I didn’t want to watch a sports anime, let alone a volleyball anime. Volleyball brings back painful memories for me because I never joined the team in middle school because some girls were saying some mean things about my excitement when playing sports, so I gave up trying at all. However, after watching Haikyuu, I realized that that was a huge mistake and I need to at least try. It gave me the excitement in sports that I haven’t experienced in awhile! What is it about? It focuses on a boy’s high school volleyball club and their fight to make it to nationals. It gives several back stories, all emotional, all inspirational. If it hadn’t been for Haikyuu, I would still hate volleyball for a very bad reason. Because in actuality, I loved it, and I love it even more, because of Haikyuu. Even if you don’t like sports, or if you’re like me and don’t want to watch a sports anime, I still recommend it. It’s such a feel-good anime while also containing several feels on the side to make it such an experience that I recommend to all. Hinata-smile 

-Saint Seiya

Okay, so this is pretty old anime, but I must say, it’s got a very interesting plot. I’ve also got to say, I grew up with this anime since my brothers were total geeks over this show and this was all we could watch on tv in Mexico when we visited. So, its about a much of guys who are chosen to train in different parts of the world in order to acquire armors of the zodiac, become the knights of the zodiacs, and protect the goddess Athena from threatening powers. Since it’s old, it’s not as pretty as other animes, however it’s plot, backstories, and fight sequences make up for it. This anime is a gem not many know of, unless you were like my siblings and me, and I recommend it. Oh, and watched the subbed, whether in Spanish or Japanese dub since it’s WAY better than the English dubbed. SD icon Milo 

-Wolf’s Rain

This was actually the very first anime I watched, which wasn’t really the best option for a little girl. Wolf’s Rain focuses on a pack of wolves who disguise themselves as humans and their search for Paradise. However, they face many obstacles in the way. I got to say, watch the anime all the way through. The ending is something worth seeing. Honestly, it gets really confusing at times of what’s going on and stuff, but after you watch the whole thing through, you’ll wish there was more. Warning though, there is blood… a lot of it. In a way, this is like Baccano but at the same time, it doesn’t compare at all. wolfs rain cheza gif 

-Ginga Nagareboshi Gin/ Ginga Densetsu Weed

Okay, you’re suppose to watch Ginga Nagareboshi Gin first before Ginga Densetsu Weed. Just noting that. Ginga Nagareboshi Gin focuses on a bear-hunting dog named Gin, whose purpose is to take down the large bear terrorizing the mountain and town, known as Akakabuto. The beginning is a bit boring but after while, it gets really interesting. Sad, but very entertaining with it’s fight sequences, it’s a really good anime, which deserved it’s sequel: Ginga Densetsu Weed. I can’t really say anything about that one, besides it’s also really good, as you’re suppose to watch Ginga Nagareboshi Gin first. Free Gin icon 

-Samurai 7

Now, I really appreciate this anime because I got to see the original “Seven Samurai” as well as the western adaptation “The Magnificent Seven.” Samurai 7, if you’ve seen Seven Samurai or The Magnificent Seven, follows the same premise. For those who haven’t seen either, it follows the story of a village being threatened by bandits who take a lot of rice from the farmers. So, in order to stop them, they decide to hire 7 samurai, who will fight to defend them. It’s very interesting and you kind of get stuck in the anime, cause you want to know how it ends, and I will say, it’s worth it. The backstory, the characters, the fight scenes, they all contribute to make this anime really good. I will recommend this but also, Seven Samurai and The Magnificent Seven since they also were good. They’re all the same plot, but each having a different vibe to it, making it more enchanting. (Lol can't find an emoticon XD)

-Death Note

I know, this anime exploded last year for no apparent reason, but I’m recommending this from my experience of it back in 2008. Death Note contains several complex feelings, at least for me that is. It centers around the main character named Light who stumbles upon a book called a Death Note. With a Death Note, you can write someone’s name and they die. Upon touching a Death Note you can see the shinigami who accompany the person with the Death Note. From there, the story develops and twists in ways you wouldn’t think it would, making this much more entertaining. I wouldn’t have recommended it, if it hadn’t been one of those animes that has been stuck with me for most of my life. Oh warning, blood and disturbing scenes. Don’t know why I watched this at a young age. sorry, what? [icon commission] 

-Basically Every Studio Ghibli Film

Every since I was 3, I watched these movies. What movie did I watch when I was 3? Spirited Away. Yeah, that’s one of the movies everyone says they watched from Studio Ghibli, but even today, even though I think differently about it, I still love it, and every other Studio Ghibli Film: Spirited Away, My Neighbor Totoro, Howl’s Moving Castle, Secret World of Arrietty, Ponyo, When Marnie was There, Kiki’s Delivery Service, The Cat Returns, Princess Mononoke, Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind, Grave of the Fireflies, Porco Rosso, Castle in the Sky, Pom Poko,The Wind Rises, From Up on Poppy Hill, and I’m pretty sure there’s more. Each one has a magical feel to them, which is why I recommend all of them. If you want deeper details about one of them, you can ask me or look them up or maybe even go in blind. *Free Icon/Emote* Totoro ( Heart) 

-The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, Summer Wars, Wolf Children, The Boy and the Beast

Mamoru Hosoda’s works are also fascinating and magical to watch. The one’s I can point to are these ones, which are all really good in my opinion. Honestly, each one has a very touching story, that takes time to develop, but is worth the wait as the climaxes of these films is just fantastic. Again, wanting more details about them? Ask me, look them up, or just watch them. My personal favorite is The Boy and the Beast: slow pacing, but good climax. My first one was Summer Wars though, which was hilarious and awesome. Whichever one you watch first, I’m sure you’ll like it. summer wars natsuki icon 

Well, that’s it for now. If I think up anymore that I would recommend, I might post a second list, but these are the animes I would definitely recommend rn in the moment.

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I love to draw and write. I'm into anime (like Hetalia!!!) and cartoons, so naturally, I draw in anime style. XD But I honestly don't stick to the same art style at times and love to change it up. Lol and if I'm not drawing, I'm usually writing, or sleeping, or probably just lying on the ground. Or perhaps doing something for my little micro nation or hanging out with people. (Okay enough of that.) Most of my life has been strange. And yeah. :P

I mostly like doing crossovers. That's my thing now apparently, but I draw other stuff and do other things as well, so welcome to my weird account of crazy Undertale and Hetalia stuff. (And other stuff like Haikyuu, pokemon, monster hunter, ect)

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