Snowfall and a Seldom GoodbyeThe wind blew suddenly around you, you shivered and drew your winter shawl closer to your body. Thankfully the furs shielded your senses from the cold. You looked over at Connor who was walking quietly alongside you. He wasn't shivering in the slightest. Unwavering as usual, dressed in the winter variation of his assassin robes. He wasn't speaking much today, the two of you were on your way to New York and you weren't sure when you'd be back. Both of you would miss the homesteaders and close friends, and you weren't sure when you'd able to walk through the wonderful frontier again. So naturally you were both slightly down trodden. Neither of you liked going to New York, it held to many bad memories and didn't even have the comfort of friends living there like Boston did. Connor was especially getting tired of these long, and all too frequent missions to the unpleasant city.Snowfall and a Seldom Goodbye by hinata5o5
“We should take a moment to rest.” Said Connor all of the suddenly. You nodded your head in agreement
Snowflakes and A Seldom Smile (Connor X Reader)After many days of harsh, fierce winter winds, all on the homestead were happy to have some peace. Even though the ground and tress were lined with a thick layer of snow, at least the air was still and silent. Actually it made quite a beautiful scene if you were bundled up warmly.Snowflakes and A Seldom Smile (Connor X Reader) by hinata5o5
Which is why you and Connor had taken the opportunity to go out and hunt for some food. You didn’t mind the hunting, not anymore. You understood all to well that in order to survive, you had to kill the game that roamed the forest. But you always made sure to be thankful for it, for the sacrifice the deer was giving in order for you and others to thrive. After catching a good haul of food to last a while, Connor -with your help- gave it out to some of the homesteaders who were falling on hard times.
He was always doing good kindhearted things like that you mused as you watched him hand a wrapped package of meat to a happily tearful Prudence, who gave Connor a thankful and almost uncharacteristic
Make Me Whole Again (Connor Kenway Oneshot)The pain did not last long, it was all gone by the time we had walked through the door of the manor. I could not help but to replay the scene in my mind. The wolf flanking me and knocking me to the ground. I would not go as far to say that I would have died if it were not for her being there. I could always manage on my own. But I would be a lot worse for the ware if she had not been hunting with me. She shot the wolf so fast and precisely with her arrow, that it had died before it could even turn it's head to her. I remember thinking that her bow and arrow were just like her, fast, fearless, calculated. But also swift, as painless as possible. Merciful.Make Me Whole Again (Connor Kenway Oneshot) by hinata5o5
I kicked the door shut behind us, the freshly caught meat swinging in hand. “Dose It still hurt?” I heard her ask from behind me. I turned to face her, her soft concerned eye were raking over my scratched face.
“No, not anymore.” I replied, absentmindedly placing my fingers on the small injuries the wolf had lef
When All Is Said (Connor prison/hanging fluff)The crowd, that was the most terrifying thing. The fact that they stood before me, cheering for me to be lynched. Demanding that rope to be put around my neck and that floor beneath my bare feet to drop. I held his chin high, but couldn’t deny that small part of me that lay in the back of my mind. That part of me who was sad and angry that so many would turn like hungry wolves on a man who went to the gallows without a proper trial.When All Is Said (Connor prison/hanging fluff) by hinata5o5
But I did have something, I did have friends and allies. I could see one now on the roof silently killing a guard to make this “show” a lot easier to pull off. My eyes trialed away from Stephen and Dobby who were disposing of the bodies. I knew I wasn’t going to die that day, but that didn’t make the whole ordeal much better. Despite my udder and complete confidence, my heart still pounded from the anticipation, and the adrenaline was coursing through my veins.
Then I saw her.
She was in the crowed shoving her way through the m