The Angel's Keyblade~ Sneak Peek
I watch from the windowsill as the guests step into their horse-drawn carriages and head out of the castle gates. The party had been extravagant, yes, but the events that had followed near the end of it had ended in nightmare. Melody is more than likely still cooped up in her room and Riku probably patrolling the castle, most likely thinking what he had down to cause me to yell at him earlier.
I didn't mean to take my anger out on him. I know what it's like to be teased because you don't fit in. I had let my emotions take over when I felt sorry for Melody and threw it all in Riku's face. He doesn't deserve that; no one does. At that moment when everyone had started laughing at Melody, I was reminded of the times when I was teased on my home world, and how no one would stand up for me.
Home. The thought of it nearly brings me to tears. I haven't realized until now how much I miss my world; my family, friends, and the lake that lay just behind my house. Or should I say o
Task 6: Kazuko *You Smiled*Kazuko looked down at the beautifully designed invitation in her hand. "Says I'm in Room 6. wonder if I'll know anyone in my group." She smiled to herself and added, "Poor Alistair; I hope he can manage on his own."
"Maybe you'll get lucky and Nico will be in your group," Hikaru teased.
But Kazuko shook her head. "Sam and Nico didn't sign up for the event; she said they already had plans." She sighed nonetheless and turned down the hallway to find a blue door with the plaque "Gokon Room 6" on it. She turned the knob and opened the door, surprised to discover who was inside.
The room was blue-themed, with blue wallpaper, blue furniture, and a blue karaoke set. Sitting on the couch directly opposite the door was Rikimaru from the Sun Class, standing out like a sore thumb with his white hair and red outfit. Hisashi-sempai -the Ace from the Guardian Class- was clinging to Rikimaru beside him on the couch, while Jasmine from Rain Class and Mizuko from Wind Class were sitt
The Angel's Keyblade~ Chapter 17
"I'm glad to hear that things went well today."
I bowed my head. "Things went smoothly with the girls. I think they'll have an easy time preparing the other fairies."
Queen Clarion nodded. "Good. If it's not too much trouble, I would like you to supervise them tomorrow and assist in any way you can."
"Of course, Your Highness. I'd be happy to." I looked down, the question I was meaning to ask her stuck in my throat.
She seemed to notice this and placed a hand on my shoulder. "Is there something wrong?"
I returned my eyes to her and shook my head. "No, Your Highness, it's just that, well, I have a question concerning the conditions of Chise's arrival."
"Oh, well, there's not much I can tell you, but you'll more than likely have better luck with Terence; He's the one that found your sister," she replied.
"Alright, thank you so much." I bowed respectfully, then left the chamber and headed down to the pool of Pixie Dust that the fairy Terence watched over. When I landed in the clearing, it
The Angel's Keyblade~ Chapter 16
It was perhaps a half hour before sunset when I dismissed the fairies for the day. My body ached all over as I flew up to the small house that Queen Clarion had provided for Chise and I.
Tinker Bell and her friends were quick learners and pretty decent fighters. They came up with some rather impressive strategies that I made sure to take note of later on and had me on my toes when we had battle practice. I had only used my magic so they would have a better understanding of their strengths and weaknesses, but it had worn me out rather quickly with my shoulder still healing. Still, the practice had been good for me.
I landed on the porch and opened the door to find Chise on the bed, Fairy Mary tending to the injury on her wing. "How's it looking?" I asked, walking in and closing the door behind me.
Without looking away form her work, fairy Mary replied "Whatever magic you used on her, it's clearly working. she'll most likely be able to fly again on her own within the next few days."