“Uraraka, Tsuyu. Spilt up and search for her. I trust you both will be able to handle yourselves if she is being held by any unsavory people,” Yaoyorozu said confidently.
“You got it!” Uraraka replied with a serious nod of her head, “let’s do this!”
Is this where we yell ‘plus ultra’, ribbit?” Tsuyu asked witha cute head tilt and smile, pressing her fingertip to her cheek.
You bet it is!” Uraraka bubbled with an excited fist pump, “let’s get our teacher back!”
Back inside the cabin you sat there with a deep scowl on your face, still salty about why Aizawa had done this and if he was serious about failing your students.
“What does this prove anyway? Ok, sure, they do need to learn to prioritize things… but really?” you scowled to yourself, “maybe I should kidnap him next time, see how he likes it.”
You tried to undo his ties to rest your arms but he had well and truly wound you up and you pouted, the pout fading quickly though when you remembered back to him caressing your bottom lip with his thumb.
“That was super sexy. not going to lie,” you thought, imagining what it would be like to kiss him.
Your thoughts where rudely interrupted though, by the sound of the cabin door opening, and in walked Aizawa- completely unfazed but your sudden painted on angry scowl.
“Back so soon?” you asked sarcastically, “what, are you going to do? Move me to a new location?”
“I bought you water,” he said in a flat tone.
“Oh,” you said softly, backing down from
sarcastic attack mode immediately after he had shown a bit of humility.
He strolled over and crouched down in front of you, looking you over with those tired eyes of his.
“Open your mouth,” he commanded in a low voice.
“Why?” you bit back, suspiciously.
“So I can give you a drink, why else?” he asked bluntly.
“Why can’t you untie me andI can hold the bottle myself?” you asked him.
“Because I don’t trust you to not try and escape,” he replied frankly, “now open your mouth.”
You slowly parted your lips as he unscrewed the lid of the bottle then held it to your mouth, placing one finger under your chin.
“Tilt your head up,” he uttered, his raspy voice making the tingly sensation between your thighs pulsate.
You did as he directed and he held the bottle gently to your lips as you drank, trying not to tip it so much that it would spill out of the sides of your mouth… but unfortunately a small slither slid from the corner of your lips and down your cheek to your chin.
“Sorry.” you grunted once he had pulled the bottle from your lips again, now I just gotta…”
You tried to bend your head to your shoulder to wipe the side of your mouth but you couldn’t reach so Aizawa reached forward with his hand and wiped it up for you, maintaining a strong eye contact as he caressed your cheek.
“Uh… thanks,” you mumbled before looking away.
“They’ll be here soon,” Aizawa said, “your girls will no doubt be in rescue mode.”
“Well, that’s good, isn’t it?” you asked as he stood up and turned back to the door.
“Yes. You’ve become a beloved teacher
in a very short space of time,” he said, “the ability to click with students is something that
doesn’t come readily to some people but you have it.”
“Umm, well, thank you for the compliment,” you mumbled.
“Again: I don’t give compliments, I state facts,” he replied, “another fact I would like to state is that you are a beautiful person. Inside and out.”
And with that he left, walking straight out the door and closing it behind him.
Your eyes stretched to their limits, threatening to fall right out of your head and in that moment you honestly thought your heart was about to escape your chest and run away with your lungs.
“He called me beautiful?!” you screamed at yourself, “does he like me?? What do I do with this information? Why did it have to be with me tied up?”
“Koda!” Iida shouted as he spotted the animal quirk wielder crouching behind a rock, “Miss L/N has gone missing, please, would you call the birds to deliver messages for us?”
Koda nodded and used his quirk to call in the birds while lida used the rock to balance the papers on and write messages to the classmates.
The message was short and simple,
“Dear classmate, Miss L/N, has gone missing, please abandon game and help search for her. Be aware of any villains and notify someone as soon as you locate her.
As each paper was written it was then given to Koda who then folded it and placed it in the bird’s beaks- instructing them to give the papers to any person they found in the bush.
“I am also going to join in the hunt,” lida stated once the last of the messages were sent, “If I see anyone I will notify them also, in case the birds have not yet delivered the message.”
Koda nodded then cupped his hands to his mouth and called for some of the bush animals to come forth.
“Miss L/N, is missing,” he said to them in quirk language, “she is [gives description of your features and colours you’re wearing] please look for her and come back to me if you find her.”
The animals turned and ran off into the bush, scattering in all different directions and Koda sat back down again, waiting for them to return with news that they had found you.
Off in the bush somewhere Kaminari was
chilling with his back up against a tree, when he saw a deer trot past.
The deer saw him and stopped, staring him up and down before looking away and trotting on and Kaminari cocked his head curiously.
“Did that deer just check me out?? That was weird, ” he thought, scrunching his face with confusion before resting his head back against the tree trunk again.
Next minute a bird flapped down and landed on his shoe, making him jump with fright and causing the bird to drop the paper that it had in its mouth.
Kaminari watched as the startled bird took off then he leaned forward and picked up he paper and opened it, reading the message inside.
“Missing?!” he said with surprise, once he had finished reading the letter, “ok, well.”
Rustling in the bush to his right caught his attention and he stood up just as Todoroki walked into view.
“Kaminari. Did you get a letter fromn a bird?”
“Yeah, I did,” he replied, “weird but cool, anyway, lida says Miss L/N is missing, guess we need to start looking for her?”
Todoroki nodded. “I will head in this direction,” he said, pointing off to his left, “and you go this direction,” he added, pointing ahead for Kaminari to see.
“Yeah, ok,” Kaminari said with a shrug, “good luck.”
“And to you,” Todoroki replied.