Brother, Chapter 11 (Sans x Reader)---Sans POV---
My eyes sprung open as a chilling voice boomed in my mind. My legs wobbled a bit, and I felt severely disoriented for some reason. I focused on my feet, willing my legs to hold steady, looking up only when they stopped shaking. The Undyne arena loomed ahead, casting its shadow over me. The surroundings were dead quiet, aside from the sound of rushing water and Undyne’s voice in the background. Another reload?
“Are you okay, Sans? You don’t look so good…” I suddenly felt cold as a hand lightly touched my shoulder. Slowly, I remembered where we were, how we had just confronted Undyne. I glanced over to my left: Undyne’s back was turned to us as she talked loudly on her cell phone. The déjà vu was unsettling; it was probably the worst thing that came out of a reload.
____ walked in my field of view, her face lined with worry as we stared at one another. Does she… not know? I thought bac
Brother, Chapter 6 (Sans x Reader)You woke up from bed with a start, drenched in a cold sweat and your breathing ragged. You wiped the sweat off of your face with your wrist, only discover you cheeks wet with tears as well. You fell back onto your pillow and tried to calm yourself down. You looked over to your left at Frisk’s prone figure, the rise and fall of his chest being his only movement. You pushed the blankets up to cover him more thoroughly and kissed the back of his head, clinging to him a moment. You focused solely on the sound of his breathing in an effort to forget the panic. The nightmare you had was already a blur, but you couldn’t stop shaking. The only detail you remembered was that you were clutching a tattered, red scarf before you woke up. You’ve had that nightmare so many times but it’s always the only thing you ever remember. It left you with a bad omen every morning.
You glanced over to a small digital clock, perched on a bookshelf on the other side of the room. It w
Brother, Chapter 7 (Sans x Reader)After you gave him Papyrus’s scarf, Sans just shut down, barely saying a word. He still functioned, helping you up to your feet to lead you back into town. But it seemed like he was sleepwalking. The white pupils in his eyes were faded, almost they were barely even there. It was unsettling how hollow it made him look. You tried to find some word to say to him, but nothing came and you simply followed without a word. What would I say anyway? I’m sorry my brother killed your brother? And probably everyone else too, for all I know? You grimaced at how hollow that sounded. You brought Frisk here. No, you brought Chara here, whether you knew it or not, and despite every reset, despite every opportunity you made for yourself to stop it, you couldn’t…
Your mind wandered off, briefly wondering what would have happened if you just grabbed that murderer’s throat in his sleep. You couldn’t imagine it, though. You never even hit someone, let alone kill th
Brother, Chapter 12 (Sans x ReaderYou slowly sat up on Sans’ couch, where you had fallen asleep the night before. Sans was sitting on the floor; at the sound of movement, he looked up and gave your hand a quick squeeze, smiling at you softly as you rubbed your eyes with the other hand.
“Hey, your arm’s all healed now, huh?”
You extended your arm in front of you, testing the movement. The joint still felt a bit stiff, but the sharp pain from yesterday was gone. You didn’t feel much accomplishment from it.
“What’re you doing down there,” you asked Sans. You had originally planned to spend the night in Papyrus’ room, but you didn’t want to sleep by yourself after what happened with Undyne. So, you asked Sans to stay with you in the living room, instead. You distinctly remembered falling asleep nestled between the couch backing and Sans’ rib cage. It was oddly comfortable, like you've been like this with him forever.
Sans shrugged, not bothering to get
Brother, Chapter 3 (Sans x Reader)You found Frisk. Somehow, he slipped downstairs without you noticing, and you found him standing by the exit where Toriel tried to fight you. However, you couldn’t see Toriel. You thought she would have wanted to say one last goodbye to you both before you left. At least, you did. Was it just too difficult for her? You took out the flip phone Toriel gave you in the ruins and dialed her number. But no one answered. You tried dialing, your brow furrowed in concern. But no one picked up. You at least wanted to leave her a message, but the phone didn’t seem to have that function. Frisk looked at you expectantly, placing a hand on the large set of doors.
“I guess she just doesn’t want to see us,” you concluded, “Are you ready to go?” You didn’t want to leave, but you also didn’t want to prolong your stay. You helped Frisk push the stone doors open and walked into the next room, where a familiar little flower laughed in a gid
Brother, Chapter 5 (Sans x Reader)You took the day to explore Snowdin while Frisk slept in Snowed Inn. There were two things you noticed, the first being that nearly every monster you’ve met loved puns. My kind of people. The second thing you noticed was how warm and cheery the town was. You even saw a Christmas display in the town square complete with presents under a tree. You took the time to ask the tending polar bear about it, but it was just a recent tradition stemmed from giving presents to one of the forest monsters, according to him. The spirit of the practice seemed similar to you, though, if not a little more pure than what humans would celebrate up above. Perhaps, you thought, there are more similarities than differences between the two cultures. That warmed your heart.
You walked away from the display after complimenting the bear on his tree trimmings. As you passed, however, the delicious smell of burgers and fries stopped you in your tracks. God, I am hungry… You followed the sc
Brother, Chapter 4 (Sans x Reader)You were hungry. You were hiding under San’s sentry station, which smelled strongly of hot dogs. There were even bottles of condiments right next to your face as you hid. God it made you hungry. You peeked out behind the station to Frisk, who was also hiding behind a conveniently shaped lamp. Hopefully, that’s good enough. Just as you thought so, footsteps approached in the snow, stopping just before your hiding place.
“You know what ‘sup,’ Brother,” a new voice shouted, “It’s been eight days and you still haven’t recalibrated. Your. Puzzles!” You recalled a lot of puzzles in the ruins leading to Toriel’s house. Is that a thing here? Do monsters just spend a lot of time making puzzles? Honestly, that sounded kind of fun. The voice, which you recognized must be Papyrus, continued. “You just hang around outside your station! What are you even doing?!?”
“Staring at thi
Brother, Chapter 10 (Sans x Reader)With Undyne’s direction, you and Sans helped her hobble to her home deeper in Waterfall. According to Undyne, her friend, Alphys, was going to meet you there to patch her up. You didn’t speak to Sans at all since you all left the bridge, but Undyne was making enough of a fuss to fill in any awkward silence. She had reason to though; even if it was just with a kitchen knife, Chara’s blade somehow ripped through Undyne’s armor like it was made of tissue and made a long shallow cut along her abdomen. Eventually, the three of you managed to make it to a small cul de sac deep within the caverns. The houses were larger than the homely ones you saw in Snowdin Village, but they also appeared oddly shaped.
“Mine’s the house that’s shaped like a fish,” Undyne instructed as she leaned on your shoulder. You helped her hobble over to the house on the far left as that was the only shape you could actually recognize. As you all approached, you saw a sho