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The Story Is Not Over'Say goodbye to ya kneecaps, chucklehead!'The Story Is Not Over4 years ago in Fan Fiction
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'Dance, water, dance!'
'You didn't think after that introduction, I would give up oh so easily?'
"Fire!" Axel yelled before making a waving motion with his hands, causing an enormous wall of fire to erupt in front of Scout and Pyro.
"Hudda huh!" Pyro yelled as he skidded to a halt.
"Don't worry, I got dis!" Scout yelled back as he jumped up against the side of one of the few remaining pillars. He ran up the side, before jumping up another time, grabbing the edge of the top of the pillar. Placing his feet against the side, he pushed himself off, rolling onto the pillar. He got onto his feet again, before quickly jumping over the wall of fire, much to the surprise of Axel.
"How did he do that?" Axel asked Demyx as Scout landed on the ground, a bit away from Axel and Demyx. Demyx gave a short yelp though and pointed at the wall of fire.
"Axel! Look!" He exclaimed. He was pointing at a shadow among the fires, that was slowly g
I'm Battin' Water Here'Bam! I'm makin' dis look easy!'I'm Battin' Water Here4 years ago in Fan Fiction
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'You shouldn't judge anyone by appearance...'
A gentle breeze. But other then that, nothing. Until a figure, devoid of all movement and sound up till that point, finally started to move.
It groaned as the permanent silence was broken, without any sign of return in the near future.
The sand upon which it had been laying shifted as the figure, whom had been resting upon it for mere hours, moved, to see where it had ended up. The sand was warm, heated over the years by the sun that moved away only when he had to make place for the moon.
"What da friggin' hell happened?!" It finally yelled out as it slowly got onto it's feet. The figure was a young man, somewhere around the twenty. His bright blue eyes looked around as his expression could be read as pained, exhausted and annoyed. His brown hair was hidden beneath a black cap, kept into place by the earpiece that he was wearing, although his earpiece would fail to m