The Guardian's Duelist Ch.2-1
The light of early morning began to brighten Duel Academy as the sun slowly started to rise over the horizon. Dew drops dripped from leaves and birds fell into their long awaited morning singing.
At the Sleifer Red dorm, sunshine was just beginning to fill the rooms when the spirit of Winged Kuriboh appeared from Jaden's deck on the desk. It floated over to the snoring Jaden, jumping up and down calling "Kuri. Kuri," to try and wake him.
Jaden eventually opened his eyes, staring drowsily at the spirit. "What's up, Kuriboh?" he asked with a large yawn.
"Kuri kuri," Winged Kuriboh cried, pointing with his small, pointed claw towards the window.
"There's something outside?" Jaden, suddenly wide awake, jumped from his bed. He threw on his dorm uniform, grabbed his deck and Duel Disk, and rushed out the door just as Syrus woke up and asked, "Jay?"
Jaden half-descended, half-jumped down the dorm stairs. He looked up at the Duel Monster. "Which way, Kuriboh?"
The transparent spirit looked aro
The Guardian's Duelist Ch. 1
"Man, this storm just won't end," Jaden stated as he looked away from his duel with Syrus and stared out the dorm window.
The pounding of the pouring rain on the dorm roof echoed throughout the dorm, the powerful winds whipping the trees outside and rattling the windows. The simple storm of light rain and slight winds had led to five inches of rain and winds at 45 mph and hadn't stopped for three straight days. Classes had been cancelled and the students were stuck in their dorms until the weather cleared.
Lightning suddenly struck, causing the whole dorm room to light up and Syrus to scream, hiding under the blankets over his shoulders.
Jaden looked back at his friend and sighed. Besides the fear of getting bullied, Syrus was extremely afraid of lightning storms such as this one. Sharing the same dorm room for 2 years had shown Jaden much about Syrus.
Another flash of lightning flashed through the room, but when the light dimmed, Syrus had disappeared.
"Syrus?" Jaden looked around and
Eva and MoonClover Chapter 1
It was a quiet, peaceful day in the vast country side of Summertown, California.
Teenage girl Eva Stevens was on her indigo shaded mountain bike, the cool breeze blowing in her face, causing her tan colored cowgirl hat that hid her long dark-brown hair to flap in a continuos rhythm.
Attached to Eva's bike was a cart that had an old-fashioned western saddle, a saddle bag, and a pair of brown cowgirl boots in it.
Eva looked at her watch and said to herself, "I got plenty of time to tack up Renee and still give him his daily oats."
Renee was the horse Eva rode at Brightstone Ranch -a riding school in the mountain ranges of Summertown- and she had been riding him for some years. He was an old, brown stallion, with a rough black mane and tail. His posture was as simply explained as, skinny, but healthy. Eva loved Renee so much, she treated him as if he was her own horse.
As Eva continued to pedal farther into the mountains, an old shack came into view at the right.
"That's weird." Eva halte