A Matter of Stature Chapter 37 [Levi x Reader]A Matter of Stature
Chapter 37: Heart
Levi tried to move to the branch below, where you were at, but his pants got caught on a splinter on the branch above and without the belt doing its part to hold them in place, though they wouldn't fall off under normal circumstances, Levi almost fell right out of them as he ungracefully landed on your branch, his pants around his ankles.
"Levi!" Worried that he was going to fall off, you reached out to help him up, but he pulled himself up before you could. You let out a breath of relief, followed by echoing laughter.
Levi cursed under his breath as he tried to take a more dignified position on the branch, so he could focus on pulling his pants up, but he was too close to the thinner side of the branch and heard it crack. You both froze and the branch cracked again. Levi jumped to hold on to the tree trunk and saved himself from falling, you were much closer to it, so had no problem holding on, plus a portion of the branch was still left on the th
A Matter of Stature Chapter 36 [ Levi x Reader]A Matter of Stature
Chapter 36: Sitting in a Tree
You stood firm, holding your blades at the ready, trying to watch both Levi and the branches above, looking for a good place to shoot your ODM gear without being intercepted by Levi to prevent your ascent.
Before you could come up with a strategy, he dashed forward, twin swords at the ready and moving extremely fast. You felt the blades on your arms, the hits were hard, though they had no sharp edge, so you weren't cut. "I would have cut both your arms off by now if this was a real fight," Levi warned.
"They would have grown back," you countered, stepping back, trying to regain some semblance of control over the fight.
"In theory," Levi reminded.
"I'd rather not test that theory, but there's a good chance it's true," you argued in return.
You were moving away from the clearing despite your efforts to stay in range of the sunlight. You mostly moved your blades parallel to each other with one goal, mostly blocking, but you realized that d
A Matter of Stature - Chapter 35 [ Reader x Levi]A Matter of Stature
Chapter 35: Boiling Point
"What are you reading?" You looked over Levi's shoulder at the book he held.
"It's the book that people get to read when they're not behind on their training," Levi shut the thick text and pointed you towards a forested area.
You could see the structure of the scouts' base some distance away, and moved in the opposite direction towards the collection of trees. "I'm not behind," you defended. You caught a glance at the book, something about business and law. "Are you still mad at father for stealing your precious secret formula? Do you want it back? I own the copyright you know, even if you steal all my stock I'll have to transfer it to you separately if you want it back." You fired your ODM gear into a tree branch and swung playfully. "Or you could bribe the Itadaki brothers to do the job for you."
"Hold on to it," Levi decided before putting the book down on the base of a tree and hooked his ODM gear into a tree branch. "It's fake anyway."
A Matter of Stature - Chapter 34 [ Levi x Reader ]A Matter of Stature
Chapter 34: Revelations
"She's so cute!" You squealed as you petted Levi's new horse at the scouts' stables, his previous one had not made it through the mission.
"She's fast, that's what matters," Levi reminded.
You nodded absentmindedly and petted the adorable mare. "She's like a cat," you giggled. The horse was white, with brown and black spots. "You're so cute, Cali."
"Cali?" Levi questioned, you wondered if he had even bothered to give his horse a name before.
"As in calico," you explained.
Levi shrugged, "fine, Cali, it is."
Knight curiously approached the newcomer and nuzzled her, she responded in the same manner. "Aw, they like each other."
Levi glared at Knight, "stay away from my horse," he intoned slowly and threateningly.
Knight let out the closest thing a horse could produce similar to a squeak and hid behind you. "Protective, much?" You teased, then reassured your pet. "It's ok Knight, I'm sure Levi will let you play with Cali later." Levi let ou
A Matter of Stature Chapter 33 [LevixReader]A Matter of Stature
Chapter 33: Reunion
You didn't leave the scouts' base right away after talking to Erwin. You stopped by to visit several people, just to see how they were doing, to reassure them, to tell them words Levi might have thought should be said, words you believed. A hug, a pat on the back, a look of comfort, you couldn't fight by their side yet, but you had to offer them something.
You would be strong for the sake of your friends, for the scouts, for freedom, for Levi, though it hurt to think he was gone. You left the scouts' base on Knight, but didn't go to your father right away. Instead you went back to the wall, back to the top, back to staring out into the distance.
You watched the sun begin to set in the horizon as a voice echoed in your mind calling your name. 'Now I'm hearing him...' you thought, fearing that your sanity was leaving you.
Then you heard your name again in Levi's voice, it was far, but it was clear, too vivid to be your imagination. "Stop spacing ou
A Matter of Stature Chapter 32 [LevixReader]A Matter of Stature
Chapter 32: I'll Grant Your Wish (I Wish You Could Grant Mine)
A watch tower served as Dot Pixis' office which you were granted access to after presenting the seal. You placed the seal on the desk and looked out the window, using the telescope that was already set up next to it. There was also another telescope on the ceiling, but it only offered a slightly better view and a lot less privacy. You groaned in frustration, you weren't even sure where to look. You could only see so much before everything was lost to abandoned houses and ruins, you might spot a titan further ahead if there was any to be spotted, but a human might be too hard to distinguish from that distance. If Levi was out there, you wouldn't be able to spot him from here. Dot knew that for sure, but he humored you anyway.
You sighed and stepped away from the telescope, Levi might never come back. They had not seen him die, but how could he make it back alone, on foot? If only you could bring him back