Naked Pit & Palutena Meet in a School for Goddessry and Angelry
An origin story where a naked Pit dated Palutena in college. His nakedness influenced her to be nude with him. Soon, his slightly older twin brother, Dark Pit, and Palutena's friends, Pandora, Viridi, and Phosphora, all ditched their clothes and had fun adventures on campus in their birthday suits. Expect retcons here and there. Inspired by this quote: "I should've gone to school for goddessry."
Naked Pit Reimagining
Essentially, in this reimagining of Naked Pit, the plotline would be similar to the 3DS game, except that Pit and almost every god and goddess (that has a human form anyways) are already naked, this would be because all godlike entities are beings of a higher existence and therefore don't need clothes (sort of like how Adam and Eve were before they bit the apple). Request from Jam-Man 265.
Naked Pit & Palutena
They're back for more. A continuation of Naked Pit, there'll be some more one shots of the married angel and goddess being completely naked in public as husband and wife. Pit and Palutena really love being romantic together while wearing nothing but a smile, especially because Pit also loves Palutena like a beautiful mom and Palutena also loves Pit like a handsome adult son. Also on AO3.
Palutena's latest act of mischief left Pit completely naked. Now Pit was engaged in all sorts of naked antics while embracing nudism. Eventually, Palutena also stopped wearing clothes altogether and they did everything they can in the nude as boyfriend and girlfriend, from committing public nudity to posing as naked art models and everything in between. Rated Explicit for nudity/sex. Also on AO3.
Dragons, Angels, and Gods
After Pit and Palutena find and rescue a young woman of the rare half-human and half-dragon race, the Drakers, she soon tells them that Medusa is coming for an uprising and turned her brethren against her. With the help of Pit, Palutena, and her dragon powers, she'll battle numerous foes, from the depths of the Underworld to the reaches of space! M for mature audiences. Review plz!