:SPOILERS: BBS Vanitas Ending
After the defeat of Aqua, with Ventus there to witness it, Ven is filled with Rage. As he Battles his Other half, tears fill his eyes, with thoughts of his lost friend. Vanitas Only fights untill he is weak enough to Merge together with Ven (just like he did in BBS) but instead of being defeated by the *Last Word* Command, Vanitas Strikes the Beam of Darkness* and knocks Ven into Sleep. Vanitas, now having all control of Ven,(and who has now disappeared from the stain glass window awakening) and wields the fully complete X-Blade in his hand, heads up to Master Xehanort at the top of the cliff where they parted to carry out their plans, but Xehanort is nowhere to be found.
Vanitas then starts a journey to search for Xehanort, destroying worlds in the process. Having all the worlds population surrender to the Dark, Unleashing Unverse, and Recreating the Worlds in the Image of darkness.
When he comes across Xehanort, now Terranort, he duals him in Raident Garden. After only a few Seconds
.:The Other Side:. Part 4.:The Other Side:. Part 45 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Aaron had set up his equipment on the table as Zak examined Nick's progress with the microphones.
"Hey, Aaron! I'm not you, you know?" Nick yelled.
Aaron gave a small nod insinuating that he knew well that Nick wasn't him.
"I can't figure the mics out right now and I need your help. And before you give me that look, no! The batteries are not missing!"
Aaron chuckled, set down his equipment, and made his way to Nick. Meanwhile, Zak had torn a map off of the westward wall and was now laying it out on the table next to Aaron's equipment.
"Alright, Aaron, are the cameras rolling?" Zak asked.
.:The Other Side:. Part 5.:The Other Side:. Part 55 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
.: C H A P T E R T H R E E :.
Zak squeezed the phone; his eyes shut tight as he felt the fresh, warm tears slowly slide down his cheeks. He couldn't go any further; he had taken Nick's ha
Akuroku DanceI can't look upAkuroku Dance6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
My eyes are glued to the floor.
I'm getting really dizzy
From the constant spinning.
I try to keep up
But his steps are
Too fast and graceful.
I want to stay
At the same distance
But he pulls me closer.
I try to hide my blushing
By lowering my face.
But he brings it back up
With his slender finger.
I want to warn him that this relationship won't work,
But he stops me with his lips.
I step forward and fall into his trap.
He brings me even closer
Into his embrace.
He smirks at my expression
And leans down
So that his lips can brush over mine
Before going to my ear and whispering,
"We don't need hearts
To be in love."
.:The Other Side:. Part 15.:The Other Side:. Part 154 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
. : C H A P T E R S I X : .
M O R N I N G came fast; fog hovered over huge gaping trees as the orange sun rose behind the hotel. Zak was shivering with his baggy hoodie on; he covered his face with gloves whenever he could. Nick tossed suitcases to him frantically, and Zak packed them into the GAC van. Their tiny silhouettes formed a small assembly line, passing luggage to luggage.
Zak wiped his brow and gazed toward the sun. He winced at the sight of the big burning bulb; Nick smiled and shut the trunk.
"Time to head out," Nick said.
.:The Other Side:. Part 20.:The Other Side:. Part 204 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Z A K woke coughing; he felt a damp washcloth constricting his head as his body lay motionless on a semi-comfortable bed: the birdcages, no doubt. His vision blurred, showing streaming lines of light and dark figures approaching and dispersing. Was he seeing the other side?
He looked slowly from left to right with confusion; his head throbbed and he found it hard to move. Zak screwed up his face, hoping to focus his vision. A tall, dark figure became apparent in the distance, and he wished to hoist himself up to have a look. He tired eventually, collapsing into the bed completely.
Aaron was close, tending to Nick; he had ripped the younger man's shirt off, tying them to freshly cleaned wounds. Nick would grunt in pain, barely conscience, but clearly thankful. Zak was on the opposite side of the room. Aaron wo
.:The Other Side:. Part 13.:The Other Side:. Part 134 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
T H E car ride was quiet; Nick found himself turning to Zak only to find the man passed out from exhaustion. Nick smiled and turned his attention to the road.
Zak and Aaron really have no idea. I hope this is the right thing to do, but then again it's too late to turn back now. I have to be ready for anything; if they start fighting, I have to get in the middle and push them aside.
Nick sighed and allowed himself to sink into his body for a moment.
Being a team player sucks sometimes.
The road seemed to go on and on, and soon Nick started having his own conversations in his mind. He thought about the good old days, the last investigation, and eventually his mind stuck on one th
.:The Other Side:. Part 21.:The Other Side:. Part 214 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
A A R O N' S cane was gripped firmly in his hand as he slammed his body against the front door of the Birdcage Theatre. He felt a solid rush of pain and, at last, cringed away from the door. He looked around frantically, hoping to find a tool of some sort or an object he could utilize. He spotted bar stools, but he didn't have the balance to pick them up without his cane. He squeezed his leg angrily; the pain pierced his lower thigh: he was thinking about Zak.
His next step was picking the lock; he looked around once more, finding a small deck of cards; "I guess I can try the credit card trick." After placing a card into the door and applying pressure, he found no luck. Back to violence. Aaron screamed a stream of cuss words while throwing himself against the door angrily. He single-handedly through a bar stool against the door, but it was too sturdy.
Alone. . .Alone. . .4 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
in the depth of eternity
separated from my friends
There's no hope
Alone! I sob
trying to hold onto your voice,
when we meet again
Alone I may not survive.
Destiny Island-LuckyCharm P.11Destiny Island-LuckyCharm P.114 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
-Kairi's mind was racing with many thoughts about the boy who looked just like Roxas. Could it be him or the guy Aqua and Terra were worried about-
Aqua: Hel - lo!!
-Kairi jumped in her spot, surprised by Aqua's yell-
Terra: Where have you been. You blanked out?
Aqua: Kairi? What are you staring at?
Kairi: Guys, is that Ventus? -Kairi gently pointed her hand in the direction where Ventus currently was-
Aqua: Hmm, yes that is Ven.
-Both Aqua and Terra were fulled with relief, they sprinted towards Ventus as fast as they could calling out his name. Although Kairi stayed where she was and started to look for her Lucky Charm. Aqua called put Kairi's name, Kairi looked up and smiled-
Aqua: Come over here and say hi to Ven.
Kairi: Oh, sorry -.-'
Terra: It's alright.
-Kairi walked over to were Ventus was-
Kairi: Hi, I'm Kairi. Nice to meet you Ventus (:
Ventus: Hey, nice to meet you too. Please call me Ven (:
.:The Other Side:. Part 19.:The Other Side:. Part 194 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
A A R O N' S eyes glued shut; his head throbbed and the deep breathing of the demon seemed to muffle. He felt sharp claws graze his neck, but he felt no pain; the demon's claws retracted, its grip slowly loosened as Aaron fell to the ground.
He landed with a thud, his eyes still closed shut. He was afraid to face it, the creature that had changed the way he thought about the paranormal. At long last he heard Zak's feet back away slowly, the demon's gasps still acute to his ear. Time stood still as Aaron entered himself, retreating into the very depths of his mind.
Am I dead?
He still felt the cold, concrete floors and the walls against his back. The pain was still lingering in his leg, his chest, and his neck. He was alive.
.:The Other Side:. Part 14.:The Other Side:. Part 144 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
T H A T' S all Zak could think of to say; "don't kick me or anything"?
He sighed as he threw his luggage on the floor upon entry. Nick followed close behind, dragging a suitcase full of heavy equipment.
Zak sat on the bed and watched Nick struggle with the luggage before sighing and taking a seat beside him.
"Bro, did you have to bring that stuff in?" Zak asked, poking fun at his best friend.
"Hey, this place is sketchy," Nick replied.
"It is not! What, you gonna hold a grudge because we were bumped out of a room?" Zak argued.
"Whatever, dude. I don't wanna risk our equipme
.:The Other Side:. Part 7.:The Other Side:. Part 75 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Z A K slumped over to the couch; it had been another heavy day in Las Vegas. The heat was unforgiving, the cars were lined up for miles, waiting to enter the city of sin; it seems the day was bright and beaming. Everyone had a fair shot of luck today, except for Zak. He was tired of everything; the everyday toll of Las Vegas life wasn't as luxurious as it used to be.
Zak was making a living off of casino money: dirty money. It was enough to impress the tourists and enough to shame the locals; he was making just enough to eat, breathe, and pay rent, but not enough to satisfy him or really anyone else. In fact, nothing seemed to satisfy him anymore; that's why his girlfriend shied away and left him, and why he never showed up for work unless it was pay day; but on this day things were a little different.
KH One Shot: The DollKH One Shot: The Doll5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
The day started like any other. Sora woke up, still half asleep. But he knew that he was supposed to be meeting Kairi today and he wouldn't miss that for the world. While in his pajamas, he went outside to breathe in the fresh morning ocean breeze. After serenely watching the sun rise higher over the horizon, he turned to go back inside. That's when he almost tripped over a mysterious neatly wrapped package. Just like any curious youth, he picked it up, examined it from all sides and took it inside, locking the door shut behind him.
Sora took it to his room and carefully unwrapped the box. He gasped in surprise at its contents. Inside was an extremely articulated human-shaped doll. What surprised him most was the uncanny resemblance to Kairi from its reddish hair to its cute, girlish figure. The doll was wearing an exact replica of Kairi's pink outfit, minus the boots. Around its waist was a yellow paopu-shaped card. It had only two words printed on its front: "TICKLE ME."
How the GAC Helped Me essayHow the GAC Helped Me essay4 years ago in Stories & Vignettes More Like This
It is interesting how Zak, Nick and Aaron bring complete strangers together and become friends/ GAC family for life. I actually came across the GAC because my mother's ex fianc� was watching TV, he stopped on the Travel Channel while "Poveglia Island" showing the footsteps run across the bridge and knock down an IR light. I kept watching since and used to say, "you won't catch me doing something like that" because it seems too scary. I had paranormal experiences before I saw the show so they reconfirmed to me ghosts is real. Little did I know just how much the GAC would help me and inspire to me to help others.
(It's kind of a long story, but here it is)
I'm still figuring out what really happened between my parents but here's what I do know:
They were engaged when they had me, but never married.
I was a premature baby (26 weeks) I weighed 1. 07 lbs. The doctors gave me 20% to live, but once I did make it I had several issues.
Had to retain my own body heat, couldn't eat
.:The Other Side:. Part 11.:The Other Side:. Part 114 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
N I C K entered the Taco Bell with a wide smile plastered on his face; his stomach churned for a little while, but he quickly snapped out of it.
Alright, Nick, don't lose your cool. Zak is gonna be alright, and everything is going according to plan. But God! Is he ready for this? But more importantly
He quickly talked himself out of his own inquiries and snapped back into reality.
People filed in one long line, and Nick politely pushed his way through the crowd. He quickly sat by the nearest empty table and tried to catch his breath. Zak wasn't okay, not yet. How could he drag Zak into this? Right now, Nick thought, he was probably filling up the tank and loading up on junk food, completely oblivious to anything. The Birdcage Theatre, pe