My main party’s dynamic! Part 1: Kaeya’s POV
Kaeya-Zhongli: unlike his previous wallets, Kaeya draw the line and stop Zhongli from spending too much. He’s trying his best to teach him how to bargain but it’s a lost cause
Kaeya-Xiao: Xiao sleeps surprisingly very easily, he just chose not to. With lots of love (and force), he manages to make Xiao sleeps a few time a week :) At least he won’t be in agony when he’s asleep
Kaeya-Qiqi: they both have cryo. Kaeya is generally colder than most people, so Qiqi tends to latch on him on warmer days. Kaeya is always ready to indulge her wishes.
Lost In The Diluc Sauce
Summary: There are a lot of things you might expect to happen during the dead of night.
A home intruder is the very last thing on your list of expectations, right beneath ‘turning into a lawachurl and going absolutely apeshit on the neighbors’.
So when an injured, masked man swathed in all black clothing comes tumbling in through your bedroom window and starts bleeding all over your favorite rug, you don’t really know what to do.
Word Count: 4.7k
Genre: Smut / Fluff
There are a lot of things you might expect to happen during the dead of night.
Example A: Kaeya, your occasional
and sometimes awful roommate, cooking a full seven-course meal by moonlight, clad in nothing but his boxers and his dearly beloved, horrendous apron that has a little Abyss Mage with a chef’s hat and a cleaver plastered right on the chest, all scheming and evil and adorable.
Example B: A drunk Mondstadtian confusing your front door with their own, and spending 20 inebriated, excruciatingly long minutes trying to figure out why their key suddenly doesn’t unlock the door. In the city famous for its booze, that happens far too often.
Example C: Late night visits from any of your Favonius buddies (Amber) who spend so much time out on reconnaissance missions (Amber) that their sleep schedules were decimated long ago, leaving them practically nocturnal (Amber) and entirely forgetful that yes, time is a thing, you need sleep to function, and no you don’t wanna hear all about their adventures at 4 in the morning (Amber).
There’s a time and a place, neither of which happen to be your home before the sun has even risen. But, you digress.
The point is, Mondstadt is
relativelysafe. Yeah, the Abyss Order and the Fatui are always trying (and failing) to pull off some shenanigans, but with the Knights of Favonius, the mysterious “Dark Knight” (and the occasional presence of a very helpful Traveler) around to keep the peace, it’s a fairly safe place to live.
Which is why a home intruder is the very last thing on your list of expectations, right beneath ‘turning into a lawachurl and going absolutely apeshit on the neighbors’.