|oh-kreiss asked: I didn't know Light/Yeul was a ship (or at least a popular ship) XD I demand a smut fic for Light and Noctis! I don't care how you do it, just work your magic somehow, I'm a girl in need! :D|
Haha it’s actually not, LOL. I just like the idea of Yeul/Lightning bec. I think it would be really interesting, and Yeul /is/ the reason Lightning got pulled into Valhalla in the first place + there’s the fact that Yeul IS the chaos/darkness and Lightning is, well, Light, and so for me it’s a very tantalizing idea of the darkness seducing the light or something like that…okay I’ll shut up now XD
And here’s your fic.
I had a really cool dream where I played a FF game featuring Light and Noctis as playable characters… well mostly Light xD
And for some reason the story was about how Light was tasked by Etro to stop the spreading of chaos and defeat the hooded guy from FF15 (does he have a name yet?) then she meets Noctis and his party who were kind of a hindrance at first and eventually teamed up with her. During the quest Light and Noct are stuck in kid form and travel to the future to meet their daughter who happens to be a valkyrie (HOLAAA DREAM GOING CRAZY ALERT O_o). There the couple learns of their fate if they don’t kill the hooded guy on time etc etc… and so silly things get real followed by a beautiful ending cutscene showing Lightning in her wedding dress and Noctis with a fabulous mustache which wakes me up……………………..all feeling excited and awkward
Seriously my mind is playing tricks with me….
I need to calm down…
Fandom: Final Fantasy XIII + Final Fantasy XV (Versus XIII) Crossover
Pairing: Noctis x Lightning
Genre: Fantasy, Romance
Summary: Full of regret and anguish, there is not one sanctuary left but in each other.
Reader’s Note: This is definitely without a doubt one of my fave Lightis stories, and I’ve had the pleasure of chit chatting with the writer. She’s an incredibly sweet person, so please go out and support her. The story itself is sorta like medieval in nature, and the Lightis build up is quite slow, but it makes seeing the bond develop all the more worthwhile.