Kageyama/Hinata. Hinata should not be this hot. Kageyama shouldn't find his short stature attractive, shouldn't have problems with his eyes lingering a little too long on Hinata's smaller frame, the way his shirts hang just a little too big on him sometimes.
Mikasa’s head is clear. She can hear Jean’s pained breath behind her, can plot the boundaries of the room and its occupants in abstract battle formation. She knows that the man holding a knife to Armin’s throat, loose but undeniable, cannot be allowed to escape.
Iwaizumi/Oikawa. The door to a new opportunity is about to open for Tooru, but his doubts and fears come crashing down. Hajime is there with him through it all – and has a strange way to help his best friend that changes what they were before into something new, and maybe something better.
"Dude," said Holster, his eyes huge, "that's so sad. We gotta get them together." "This isn't a romcom, Holtzy, " Ransom said, patting his arm. "I'm sure that's not what Shitty had in mind." "Actually," said Shitty, "that's exactly what I had in mind. And I've got a plan."
BokutoAkaashi. In which there are two devastating defeats on a 15 year old console, Kuroo learns the horror of facing an opponent craftier than he is, Bokuto discovers why humans don't yell every word they speak, and Akaashi finally doesn't have eye bags (for all the wrong reasons).
Yuuri/Wolfram. After the tragic death of Wolfram, Yuuri has one last chance to relive the fateful day the way he should have lived it. Yet at the end of the day he knows someone must die and yesterday that someone was Wolfram.