Aura (Cupid!ReaderXMoblit Berner) Pt.2The man you knew to be Moblit Berner was truly extraordinary. Even though you knew this much at your first encounter, you couldn’t help but feel amazed each time he revealed something more about his personality, his skills and his smiles. Each time you met up with him, starting with varying places around the city, before you moved out of the city (you hadn’t seen anyone like him before, so the chances were low that you’d find someone in his city). Straying into neighbouring cupid’s territories, you searched high and low for someone who was like him, aura-less. But so far, you’d had no such luck.Aura (Cupid!ReaderXMoblit Berner) Pt.2 by Shihagami
Moblit was intensely grateful for what you were doing, as he had had no luck in relationships. There’d been a girl once, a girl he loved more than anything in the world. He practically worshipped each and every fibre of light that as much as glanced off her skin. She was beautiful and he knew how lucky he was to have her by his side. All was for naught howeve
Aura (Cupid!ReaderXMoblit Berner) Pt.1The auras. They were what guided you, they were what helped you see what others could not. They were what decided who was meant for each other. Auras changed, not only in colour and shape, but also in consistency. When an aura was watery, it meant that the person was sad. When an aura was muddy and clouded, the person’s mind was like that as well. It helped you in reading people, but to help you find the ultimate match for a person, you used a different mechanism. The underlying texture and colour of a person’s always stayed the same. And when the underlying colour and texture of two people’s auras matched, they were soulmates. Once you struck them with the point of the same arrow, they were in love.Aura (Cupid!ReaderXMoblit Berner) Pt.1 by Shihagami
If only it was as easy for you… You couldn’t see your own aura and thus you couldn’t find your own soulmate, not that you’d be able to strike yourself with your own arrow anyway.
Once you’d sent your arrow flying across the park, hitting the