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Title: A Year in the Life: Fuuta
Characters: Fuuta, Reborn, Bianchi, Gokudera, Yamamoto, Tsunako
Summary: In which Tsunako gives Fuuta a delightful new research project.
Notes: Continuing the re-imagining of the Daily Life arc from Fuuta's point of view. Mafia politics, strategic regurgitation, and genderswap. Part of Choice: The Betrothal Arc. Series Index. General audiences. 4403 words.

In the end, the Family left it to him to decide whether he would go or leave the task to another, and Fuuta chose to go himself. )
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Title: A Year in the Life: Dino
Characters: Dino, Romario, Reborn, Bianchi, Yamamoto, Kyouko, Gokudera, Tsunako
Summary: In which Tsunako gives Dino some things to think about.
Notes: Continuing the re-imagining of the Daily Life arc from Dino's point of view. Genderswap, mafia and gender politics, shameless fribbling, but no bears. Part of Choice: The Betrothal Arc. Series Index. General audiences. 18,886 words.

Dino stared at the name on his phone's display with a sense of deep apprehension before he could bring himself to answer, because Reborn had an unerring sense for the best ways to puncture a man's ego. )
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Title: A Year in the Life: Haru
Characters: Haru, Reborn, Bianchi, Yamamoto, Kyouko, Gokudera, Tsunako
Summary: In which Tsunako gives Haru a new pattern to think about.
Notes: Continuing the re-imagining of the Daily Life arc from Haru’s point of view. Genderswap, subtle gender politics, and cake. Part of Choice: The Betrothal Arc. Series Index. General audiences. 11,954 words

Sometimes Haru wondered whether it was all right to be in middle school and already bored with life. )
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Title: A Year in the Life: Gokudera and Bianchi
Characters: Kyouko, Tsunako, Bianchi, Yamamoto, Gokudera, Reborn
Summary: In which Tsunako gives Gokudera a Family.
Notes: Continuing the re-imagining of the Daily Life arc from Gokudera and Bianchi’s perspectives. Nasty family backstory, genderswap, and the mafia. Part of Choice: The Betrothal Arc. Series Index. General audiences. 15041 words.

Hayato realized that he should have known it wasn't going to be that easy. That wasn't the way his luck ran. )
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Title: A Year in the Life: Kyouko
Characters: Kyouko, Tsunako, Bianchi, Yamamoto, Gokudera, Reborn, Hana, Mochida
Summary: In which Tsunako gives Kyouko a purpose.
Notes: Continuing the re-imagining of the Daily Life arc from Kyouko’s perspective. Skeevy sexual politics, genderswap, Kyouko revealing her awesome hidden depths, and the mafia. Part of Choice: The Betrothal Arc. Series Index. General audiences. 15055 words.

Also submitted for [community profile] ladiesbigbang, with the consequent result that the ever-marvelous [personal profile] esmenet put together a fanmix, Let Them Eat Cake for this fic. Go and check it out, because it's awesome!

The one problem, if it was a problem, was that Tsunako-chan went around so much with Yamamoto-kun and Gokudera-kun these days that it was next to impossible to get a word with her privately, which was something Kyouko dearly wanted to do. )
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Title: A Year in the Life: Yamamoto
Characters: Yamamoto, Tsunako, Reborn
Summary: In which Tsunako gives Yamamoto a place to stand.
Notes: And here we kick off the grand re-imagining of the Daily Life arc of the manga, with all that entails. Suicidal ideation, genderswap, and the mafia. Part of Choice: The Betrothal Arc. Series Index. General audiences. 2295 words.

Too bad he hadn't taken Tousan's little superstitions seriously enough. )
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Title: Delegation
Characters: Xanxus, Timoteo
Summary: It's important for a leader to know how to delegate.
Notes: Part of Choice: The Betrothal Arc. Series Index. General audiences. 2468 words.

Let him stay, the old man said. )
lysapadin: pen & ink painting of bamboo against a full moon (Default)
Title: Reconsiderations
Characters: Bianchi, Reborn
Summary: In which Bianchi and Reborn reconsider their lesson plans.
Notes: Part of Choice: The Betrothal Arc. Series Index. General audiences. 654 words.

That will give her something in common with Xanxus, then. )
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Title: Shoot It Out
Characters: Tsunako, Iemitsu, Bianchi
Summary: Sometimes it's satisfying to just put a hole, or ten, in something.
Notes: Part of Choice: The Betrothal Arc. Series Index. General audiences. 3006 words.

Tsunako found it all very baffling. )
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Title: But Not Both
Characters: Iemitsu, Reborn
Summary: You can have one of the other; you can't have both.
Notes: Part of Choice: The Betrothal Arc. Series Index. General audiences. 425 words.

So you were wrong, which is no surprise. )
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Title: Dying Will
Characters: Tsunako, Reborn
Summary: In which Tsunako experiences her own Dying Will for the first time.
Notes: Part of Choice: The Betrothal Arc. Series Index. General audiences. Contains bullying. 2455 words.

Tsunako had hoped, wistfully, that going to bed and sleeping would have turned everything into a particularly bad dream, but that didn't pan out very well. )
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Title: First Impressions
Characters: Reborn, Bianchi
Summary: It behooves home tutors to discuss pedagogical strategies with one another.
Notes: Part of Choice: The Betrothal Arc. Series Index. General/ audiences. 804 words.

How she, pretty much the epitome of a bad daughter, was supposed to teach Tsunako to be a good mafia wife Bianchi did not quite know. )
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Title: Betrothal by Fiat
Characters: Tsunako, Iemitsu, Nana, Reborn, Bianchi
Summary: Sit down, princess, Daddy has something to discuss with you.
Notes: Part of Choice: The Betrothal Arc. Series Index. General audiences. 1854 words.

It had not been a good day. )
lysapadin: pen & ink painting of bamboo against a full moon (Default)
Choice: The Betrothal Arc

In which Tsuna isn't Tsuna but Tsunako, and lived with her parents in Italy for a few years before circumstances made moving to Namimori seem advisable. And changes spiral out from there. For the [livejournal.com profile] khrfest prompt Xanxus/Tsuna - genderswap; "don't look down on me because I'm a woman."

Note: This arc doesn't take canon developments from the manga after chapter 282 into consideration and uses the set of guardians for the Ninth from other versions of Choice; if OCs bother you, well... they're mostly peripheral to the action, I promise.

First Meetings: This is what happened the first time Xanxus and Tsunako met.

Matchmaker: In which the Ninth is almost out of options. But not quite.

Drive a Bargain: In which the Ninth finds his mislaid spine and drives a bargain with Squalo.

Betrothal by Fiat: Sit down, princess, Daddy has something to discuss with you.

First Impressions: It behooves home tutors to discuss pedagogical strategies with one another.

Dying Will: In which Tsunako experiences her own Dying Will for the first time.

But Not Both: You can have one of the other; you can't have both.

Got Your Back: Every mafia princess needs a bodyguard. Or two.

Shoot It Out: Sometimes it's satisfying to just put a hole, or ten, in something.

Reconsiderations: In which Bianchi and Reborn reconsider their lesson plans.

Thaw: In which the Ninth thaws Xanxus out.

A Year in the Life: In which Tsunako gathers up a Family of her own.

Delegation: It's important for a leader to know how to delegate.

Reunion: In which Squalo is reunited with his boss.

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