Michiru and Sango's ChildrenMichiru and Sango's Children3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Michiru and Sango's Children
It had been several years after Naraku's demise. Now everyone was enjoying their lives without the fear of having to fight monstrous demons.
InuYasha and Kaname were dating each other, but Kagome was still in the picture. InuYasha wasn't much on choosing between the girls he loved. Something which Michiru would occasionally mock calling Kagome "InuYasha's new Kikyo."
Miroku had left Kaede's Village to marry some teenage girl that was to be betrothed to a demon. Frankly, Michiru was somewhat glad to have him out of his hair at last.
Shippo had grown up into a great and powerful warrior who put down his top when he found a shakram that responded to his fox-fire magic. But he too left Kaede's Village to pursue his life as a lone warrior. Since Naraku was dead, and Shippo had grown up he figured it was time to spread his wings and find his own way in life.
As for Michiru and Sango, they happily married each other years ago and were expecting their first child a
Michiru and Sango's Children Ch. 2Michiru and Sango's Children Ch. 23 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Reliving Old Memories: Part One
The group had left Kaede's Village and were on their way to Kasasagi Town to gather information about Naraku. It had been a few years since they had last fought together and were curious if everyone had picked up any new techniques. InuYasha was particually curious if Shippo had any new techniques, as Miroku was curious about those of his old rival Michiru.
In a matter of a few minutes, the sun was about to go down. Fortunately the team knew of a hot spring nearby they occasionally used during their adventures. Soon they came to the clearing nearby the hot spring and set up camp for the night. They decided that since it was a small spring, they should bathe one at a time. Kagome bathed first, then Kaname, until it was Sango's turn to bathe. She stripped off her clothing and settled down in the water.
"Ahhh! Now this is heavenly!" she purred. "If only all my baths could be hot like this!"
She sat for a few minutes thinking to herself that they could be if