(1 – anonymous – Shikako/Sasuke, arranged marriage fluff)
“Let’s paint the walls green,” Shikako says, hand brushing over the blank walls, “and plant trees in the backyard.”
Sasuke walks through the empty living room of their new home–a wedding gift from both their families.
“Whatever you want,” he says with a smile, stands beside his wife and lets her loop an arm through his.
(2 – anonymous – Itachi & Shikako, internal morality struggle)
“I didn’t save you to be kind,” the girl says, sitting calmly in the other armchair of the interrogation room.
Only so many Uchiha left in the world–twice as many as on record, but still less than a handful–and in this card game, the Sharingan are aces.
There’s a clock in Itachi’s cell that ticks away every second: no, it wasn’t kindness that saved him.
(3 – anonymous – Shikako/Haku, Olympics!AU)
Different countries, different sports, and hovering coaches choreographing and micromanaging their every breath.
No, Shikako and Haku really shouldn’t have anything to do with each other.
But things are different in the Olympic Village: here, the top seeded figure skater and the dark horse in skeleton can make a connection.
(4 – anonymous – Shikako/Gaara, modern royalty!AU)
He’s the third child of a dwindling monarchy of a country whose claim to fame is that it has the greatest area of desert per capita.
She’s the second born of a minor peerage more concerned with maintaining their herds and forested lands than playing politics.
Separately, they don’t even merit the status of celebrities; together, they’re apparently the fairy tale romance of the century.
(5 – @sphereshadow – Shikako/Neji, realization of feelings)
His first impression of her–the real one, not the pale memory of a girl two steps behind Uchiha–is dirt and blood and smoke in the air.
Power, skill, and the ruthless desperation to use both.
Every moment after that is softer, sweeter, but no less impressive.
A/N: Figure skating for Haku was obvious, but I wasn’t sure about Shikako until I looked up winter Olympic sports and found Skeleton which, not only is pretty on point naming wise for Shikabane-hime, but is basically luge but MORE DANGEROUS which… well, also is on point.
If it were summer sports, Shikako would be a gymnast (because Kakashi’s penchant for twirling things like a rhythmic gymnast is practically canon) and Haku would probably be… I don’t know… archery or steeple chase or sprint relays?