We may be a little broken Ch. 1Jack didn’t know what he was expecting when he saw North’s boreal lights (the first ones since he became a Guardian), but it certainly wasn’t a fiery redhead that could make Phil retreat to a corner.We may be a little broken Ch. 1 by infamousdream
He had been in the middle of making a grumpy teenager slip on ice when he saw them and called the wind, riding it as fast as he could. He felt a mix of guilt and excitement run through him, knowing that something had to be very wrong for North to be calling them, but hey, he was calling Jack. He waved to the elves on his way over and opened the office’s door without knocking.
The first thing he noticed was the hair. The second one was a girl that couldn’t be older than him making North look small in his chair.
“Now what?” she spat in with a thick Scottish accent, barely looking at Jack before turning back to North (and Jack could’ve sworn she was baring her teeth at him). “Ah’ don’ ‘ave time fer th
The Storm (One-shot)The Storm (One-shot) by Lovely-Smiles
“Jack I’m scared!” I cried.
“Don’t worry Hiccup… we just have to wait for the storm to end.” Jack tried to sooth me.
“Back Jack what about our families!” I was really scared. I hated thunder and lightning. A cat and a bunny came up to us, I picked up the cat up, “Toothless where have you been?”
Jack and I; with our friends Toothless my cat and Jacks bunny Aster, are stuck in our schools storage building.
We had left the school later than usual due to me tutoring him. As we were leaving the building, it locked automatically and the storm started a few minutes later.
Since Jack and I live in the same neighborhood we decided we would just walk home together. The closest thing we could get to was the storage building.
"Hiccup it’s going to be ok, the storm should end soon and then we can get out," Jack wrapped his arm around my shoulders, making me forget all about the storm.
First Date (One-shot)First Date (One-shot) by Lovely-Smiles
“Maybe I should cancel…” Hiccup said as he paced across his bedroom. He was getting ready for a date he was going on, but he is clearly a nervous wreck at the moment. “But then he would be sad…”
Merida and Astrid, two of Hiccup’s best friends, looked at each other and sighed. Astrid grabbed Hiccup’s wrist to get him to stop his pacing. “Hiccup! Everything is going to work out ok. Just go on the date,” she told him strictly, though he could hear the annoyance in her voice.
“Astrid is righ’ ‘Iccup. Ye are worryin’ ta much.” Merida said as she walked up to stand next to her girlfriend. At that moment Hiccup’s cell phone started ringing. He picked up off his bed and answered. “H-hello?”
“Hey Hic! I’m outside, are you ready to go?” Jack’s voice came through the speaker on the phone; Jack’s is the person who Hic is going on the date with. Hiccup’s he