Can we get some modern AU kakagai and kakairu HCs :^) i just love your HCs theyre so nice its easy ti start imaginging other stories and scenes with how you do them
Kakashi is a coffee shop owner and Gai is a dojo owner. Both of them have had other jobs to help save up the money for their little places, but a lot of money also came from Kakashi’s father who’s an astronaut and always had money saved up for Kakashi.
Kakashi buys Gai a dojo as a birthday present one year, just a little while after they graduate from University. He says it’s no big deal, but Gai knows it’s a big deal. Kakashi also has a degree in financing so he takes care of all of the finances for both of their business while Gai focuses on PR. Because we do not leave Kakashi to PR. that does not end well.
Kakashi’s coffee shop is a very old-style place. It has that ‘family-owned feeling that people love and he’s always making sure to be as personable as possible with his guests. It’s draining, but this man is good at faking it so he gets by just fine. He even takes suggestions from Customers on how to improve the place. Like adding easily accessible newspapers, and having a jukebox for people to play the music they like.
The two of them have eight dogs, all of which they adopted together. The only one that came with Kakashi into the relationship is Pakkun, and Gai adores the little pug more than anything. He’s really chill and just likes to sit on Kakashi or Gai’s lap while they watch movies or play video games.
Kakashi hires most of his workers from the university nearby, but also has a few older staff for the daytime when all of the university kids are busy. Everyone gets paid a decent wage and gets free food and coffee on their shift. Because of this, they’re more than happy to put their all into the job and Kakashi’s business is booming.
The two of them buy their first house about three years after Gai gets his Dojo (one year after Kakashi opens the coffee shop) and it’s a really nice place with four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a decent-sized yard, and a basement. As soon as they by the place Kakashi drags his best friend Yamato to move in with them so that he can get away from his shitty adopted dad and focus on finishing his own university studies that haven’t been going so well while he was living at Danzo’s.
Gai’s three favorite students, Lee, Neji and Tenten, all end up working at the Dojo with him. With Tenten training people to use various weapons, Neji focused on Tai chi, and Lee teaching Tae Kwon do. Gai himself is versed in a few different styles and likes to lead classes in different styles of martial arts.
The two of them love to spend their Thursdays together going for runs in the park with the dogs and having spars. Kakashi’s not as good at martial arts as Gai, but he can at least survive for a little while. Neji, Lee and Tenten are actually surprised the first time their Sensei’s husband comes in and doesn’t get thrown into the floor right away.
Iruka is an elementary school teacher while Kakashi is a high school literature teacher.
The two of them met when Iruka’s adopted son Naruto got into trouble in Kakashi’s class one day, and Iruka had to go pick him up and talk to the poor suffering teacher dealing with this shit.
they hated each other at first.
Iruka thought that Kakashi was arrogant (he’s not wrong) and Kakashi thought that Iruka was coddling Naruto (also not wrong but shut up Kakashi)
Unfortunately, Naruto loves to get into trouble and it’s usually Kakashi who has to deal with him. So the two of them end up seeing a lot of each other.
And then one day Iruka’s out just enjoying a nice Saturday off at the park when he sees none other than Naruto’s arrogant teacher there, with eight dogs.
Not only is Kakashi arrogant in Iruka’s mind now, but he’s also a little bit insane. That’s the only way he can explain a man who has nine dogs.
He ends up bringing it up to Kakashi the next time he gets called into a meeting over Narutos’ behavior and is surprised to hear Kakashi tell him that all of those dogs are adopted and were on the shortlist for being killed because no one would take him in.
Now Iruka’s struggling between ‘he's arrogant and ‘damn it he’s actually really sweet and he’s not sure how to handle this.
It’s ok though because the next time they see each other it’s at Iruka’s favorite coffee shop. Kakashi’s in line in front of him and for a second Iruka thinks about talking to him, but decides against it. He gets the counter and orders his drink, but when he goes to pay the barista tells him that the gentleman in front of him already paid for him.
Iruka, not wanting to owe his adopted son’s teacher for his coffee, chases after Kakashi and tries to pay him back. But Kakashi refuses. When Iruka won’t give up Kakashi actually laughs and tells him that he can pay him back with a coffee date.
Iruka’s certain this is not how someone’s supposed to ask another person out, but he’s also really not complaining.
Of course, Iruka doesn’t expect anything to come out of it. The two of them are always insulting each other and bickering. How could they make a good couple? this will just be a quick date and then it’ll go back to arguing.
Except, they go on their date and Kakashi is actually really sweet and attentive. He lets Iruka gush about anything he wants and just sits there and listens. Doesn’t interrupt him at all.
And then at the end of the night, he has the audacity to ask Iruka out on a second date, and how is Iruka supposed to say no to that? He looks so adorable with that closed eye smile and he was so sweet during the whole night.
Naruto is not doing ok when he finds out that his dad and teacher might be dating. He is not doing ok at all.
Iruka can’t be fussed to care though. All he can think of is Kakashi’s sweet smile.
And their interactions change so much. Now every time Iruka has to go into the school they’re always joking with each other and laughing. Kakashi also always makes sure to compliment Iruka just so he can see him blush.
Iruka calls them a ‘Enemies to friends love story’. Kakashi thinks they’re a ‘slow burn’ because he’s a romance dork.
One of their favorite activities to do when they start dating is laying on a couch with Iruka cuddled up in Kakashi’s arms while Kakashi reads him whatever romance novel he’s on this week.
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The u know whos have been harassing me all day can i please request some more HC for both your knight and skill reversal AUs regarding how kakagai reationship grows to forget about them? Thank you mun 🤍
Why are they harrassing you? Who do I have to fight? i will fight them all omg. LEAVE THIS POOR PERSON ALONE YOU JERKS.
Kakashi and Gai have known each other since childhood. It’s an outcome of Kakashi’s father, Sakumo, being the royal guard to King Dai. That plus Sakumo being an only father since his wife's death, and he finds himself having to have Kakashi by his side a lot growing up. He could get someone to take care of his son, but Kakashi keeps running them into the ground and scaring them off.
Thankfully, the king is very understanding and loves that his son has someone else to play with. Most people who interact with Gai treat him like a porceline. Like they have to be super careful around him or he might shatter. Kakashi doesn’t do that. He respects Gai of course. Calls him ‘your highness’ and always bows when they greet each other or say goodbye, but otherwise, he considers Gai his friend. They run around the garden together, learn together, play together. Everything that Gai does, Kakashi does with him. Sometimes Kakashi will even be able to help Gai with his learning, being a quick learner himself who can explain things better for Gai than his tutor.
As they grow up, they continue to hang out. Even when Kakashi starts to train under Lady Kushina as a page at the age of 7, Kakashi will often use his time off from training to spend with Gai.
Gai is the first person Kakashi ever tells of his dream to become a great knight. Not just like his father, but even better. He wants to prove that he’s talented and smart and that he can protect the Kingdom and the Prince from anything and anyone. Gai feels a little sad that day, even though he loves the excitement in Kakashi’s voice when he hears about his dream. But knowing that Kakashi is going to put himself into a job that could get him killed young, all to try to prove himself. that hurts Gai’s heart.
When Kakashi is promoted to Squire at the age of 11, it’s a huge celebration. People are amazed by this kid's progress. the standard age for becoming a squire is 15, and Kakashi’s already well on his way to becoming the youngest knight in history. Even with his extra duties though, he makes sure to always visit Gai in the garden at least twice a week. They still have race’s around the place, and sometimes Kakashi will show Gai how to sword fight. Gai does get lessons from a tutor of course, but he finds that he learns easier from Kakashi. Kakashi just has a way of talking to him that helps him understand quicker. Plus Kakashi always lets him make things into a competition, which helps a lot with getting him pumped and ready to learn.
When Kakashi is knighted at the age of 16, Gai’s not sure how to feel. He’s excited for his old friend of course. This was part of Kakashi’s dream. He’s already making a name for himself separate from his father. But at the same time, Gai’s terrified that this means he won’t have any time with Kakashi anymore. Kakashi will be too busy to visit him, and he’ll be alone with no one to hang out with but the people who treat him like porcelain.
Of course, Dai won’t have that. Kakashi is immediately made Gai’s royal guard. Partially to keep him out of the field where he might find nothing but a young death, and partially to keep Kakashi and Gai close. He knows how important the two are to each other already, and he refuses to be the one to tear them away from each other.
When it comes to marriage at the age of 20, Gai is not excited. He can’t think of anyone he wants to marry, and he always finds problems with the people that he is presented with. Genma is too pessemistic, Obito is too... well, Obito. Him and Kisame just want to rip each others throats out most of the time, and while he gets along fine with Rin the two of them both agree they’d prefer to be friends.
It’s not until someone mentions to Kakashi that he should also be looking to settle down that Gai realizes why he can’t choose a marriage partner.
He doesn’t want anyone else. He wants to be with Kakashi. To have Kakashi by his side, not just as his knight, but as his partner.
He knows it’s not conventional. Most people marry royalty from other lands to strengthen treaties or secure partnerships. But his father never married. He found other ways to do those things, so surely Gai can too. Right?
He’s afraid to bring it up to his father. Terrified that he’ll be rejected. But when he finally does, Dai just laughs and tells his son that it’s about time. That he just needed to tell him what it was he wanted, and he would make it happen for him.
Gai and Kakashi don’t get married right away. Neither of them is in a rush.
But when they do it’s a big event, and Kakashi is not pleased about this fact.
Both of their fathers are standing by their side, proud that their sons have found each other and can be together. That they know who’s side they belong at. Kakashi can’t imagine Anyone else protecting Gai, and Gai wouldn’t have anyone else standing beside him as his husband or as his royal guard.
Kakashi’s position does not change at all. There are people of course who are adamant that the King's husband cannot be his royal guard. that the position is too dangerous.
But Dai knows that neither of the boys are going to let anyone else take Kakashi’s position, and he’s alright with that. Kakashi has always been the one to protect Gai, and he always will be.
Skill Swap Au
Kakashi and Gai still meet outside of the academy, but it’s Kakashi who has been turned away. Denied entry because of his lack of skill in Ninjitsu or Genjutsu. Gai feels bad for the other boy. He looks so sad standing there by his father's side, the White fangs side, knowing that he can’t get into the academy because he has been deemed ‘not good enough
Seeing something in Kakashi that no one else did, Gai decides to challenge him to a spar. It takes a few attempts, and Kakashi gets annoyed really easily at his challenges and tries to remind him that he’s just going to lose to ‘the genius’, but finally Kakashi caves.
And Kakashi loses, badly. But when he crawls to his feet and stuffs his hands into his pockets determined to leave, Gai stops him and tells him that they should spare again.
And he doesn’t stop challenging Kakashi. No matter how many times Kakashi wants to give up. No matter how often the two of them hear that Gai’s ‘wasting his time with a failure’. Gai never gives up on Kakashi.
He knows what Kakashi could be capable of. He has seen his own father train her to be strong, and he has seen Kakashi training on his own. Kakashi is not a quitter. He works his butt off and always comes home bruised and tired from his efforts. Gai knows if they just keep at it, that Kakashi can become strong.
Ultimately, with Gai’s help and a lot of perseverance, Kakashi finally makes it into the academy. It’s a moment of celebration for them both and Gai can’t stop congratulating Kakashi.
Halfway through the year, Sakumo’s mission goes terribly wrong, and suddenly ‘the white fang’ is a name no longer spoken with pride. It’s a name that people spit venom at. And that loss in pride hits Kakashi hard. After Sakumo’s death, Kakashi disappears from the academy.
Gai’s terrified that Kakashi has given up. That he’s just going to let those hateful people’s words win and stop trying to become a great shinobi.
He’s wrong. Oh so wrong. Kakashi’s more determined than ever to prove himself. to show the village that he can be a great Ninja no matter what they say. Every day from dawn to dusk Kakashi trains endlessly. Pushing himself to near collapse just to get stronger.
It’s at this point, after finding Kakashi unconscious in a field after a long day of training, that Dai decides to show him the eight gates.
Having Kakashi around the house a lot more is pretty weird, but Gai also really enjoys it. Kakashi’s not always the friendliest person, but he’s always helping out around the house with chores.
Gai graduated from the academy at the age of five, setting the record for the youngest shinobi to become a genin ever. Choza Sensei decides when he’s six to have him compete in the chunin exams, and he is promoted before any of his classmates even make genin.
Kakashi graduated at the age of seven, which is still really impressive given the fact that people have always said he would never amount to anything.
Gai gets placed on team choza with Ebisu and Genma, while Kakashi gets placed on Team Minato with Obito and Rin. Kakashi’s still very ‘by the rules’ because of his father, but rather than fighting with Obito over who’s stronger, Kakashi and Obito get along a bit better.
By the time they’re 11, Kakashi has actually managed to beat Gai in a fight. It’s no surprise to Gai when he becomes a chunin along with the others, even as Gai is promoted to Jonin ahead of them.
Team Minato still gets the Kannabi bridge mission, but they’re given another Jonin to lead the mission while Minato takes care of his part of it. When Rin is kidnapped, Obito convinces Kakashi to go with him to get her even though they’re going directly against Jonin’s orders.
Kakashi still loses his eye protecting Obito, Obito still awakens his sharing, and then Obito ‘dies’ saving Kakashi from being crushed by a bolder.
Kakashi is blamed for the mission going wrong when they get back to Konoha, but instead of allowing it to eat at him, he decides to keep training. To become stronger and show the village that he’s not the failure they think he is.
Gai is determined to help him in this mission and starts making their competitions into training sessions together.
Whenever someone gets rude with Kakashi or blames him for Obito’s death, they usually find themselves meeting the end of Gai’s foot. Kakashi may not be willing to stand up to them, but Gai is more than happy to do it for them.
Rin doesn’t die in this au because of Kakashi. Instead, recognizing that she has no other way out, she uses Kakashi’s distraction while fighting the enemy shinobi to take her own life.
Obito’s still mad at Kakashi for not being able to save her, and Kakashi still see’s her blood on his hands in his nightmares. But that’s because he actually held her body while she bled out.
Recognizing his student’s strength and hurt, Minato decides to shove Kakashi into Anbu. Something that’s frowned upon by many until Kakashi starts going out onto missions. They’re surprised by his sheer strength and ability in the field.
When Minato dies against the Kyuubi, Kakashi sinks deeper into depression and tries to push everyone away, including Gai.
Of course, Gai doesn’t allow this. He refuses to let Kakashi suffer alone and always tries to keep up with their competition and spars.
When he realizes just how bad Anbu is affecting Kakashi’s mental health, Gai decides to try and join so that he can be with him. But he’s turned away because of his personality (just like in Canon)
So instead, he decides to get Kakashi out.
Kakashi’s not too happy to be made a join sensei after being shoved out of Anbu, but he takes it as punishment for not being able to help Itachi avoid the massacre route that he chose to take (in Kakashi’s eye since he doesn’t know the truth at this point)
Over the years, Kakashi has grown a lot as a shinobi. Even Itachi was surprised to see just how strong Kakashi was with just Taijutsu and did a lot of training with him to improve his own Taijutsu.
Come the Chunin exams with Team seven and Team Gai, Neji, Lee, and Tenten are unsurprised to find that Team Seven is extremely skilled in Taijutsu. Kakashi has taught them well, and these three are ready to take names and kick butt.
Sasuke still loses in his fight against Lee, but Lee’s proud to say that he was taught Taijutsu from their sensei (taught first by Gai, and then improved upon by Kakashi) and that they’re surely going to get stronger with more time under him.
The month that Kakashi spends training up Sasuke’s taijutsu is possibly the worst month of Sasuke’s life. He’s introduced to Kakashi’s personal training methods and it is not fun. Not one bit.
And after the chunin exams, while the village is trying to repair itself from the Konoha crush and settle into some sense of nromality, Itachi and Kisame show up. This time, it’s Gai who faces down Itachi and ends up in a 72 hour genjutsu. Itachi knows better than to allow the genius time to come up with a plan. But then just as Kisame is about to swoop in and finish Gai, Kakashi shows up and kicks him away. A genius and the best taijutsu master of Konoha? Itachi is out. This is not worth the hassle.
Sasuke finds out about Itachi's appearance in the village while Kakashi, Kurenai and Asuma are watching over Gai while he's resting from Itachi's attack. Kakashi of course goes after his student
Kakashi also gets to the the 'dynamic entry' against Jiraiya, kicking him in the face and away from his students. He recognizes Jiraiya of course, but damn he'd be lying if he said that didn't feel good.
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