Shifting Sands: Rise of the Guardians fanfiction"Jackson, you'll catch your death of cold out there! Put some shoes on!"Shifting Sands: Rise of the Guardians fanfiction2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
The teen laughed, an impish grin on his face as he danced out of his mother's reach, his younger sister clinging to his arm in giddy abandon.
"I'll be fine, Mother," Jack assured her, already halfway out the door with his sibling tightly clamped to his side and ice skates slung over both their shoulders. "Winter's nearly over, don't worry."
In the three centuries that Jack Frost had lived and breathed in Burgess, the Sandman had only made two personal visits.
Now Jack understood why—the diminutive man had quite the busy schedule, and could only be in one city or town each night, even if his powers extended to all corners of the Earth. Each night he was on a different continent, giving particularly strong dreams to the children of whatever region he was in. Though in those three hundred years, Sandman had done his best to give Jack Frost a dream— a memory, or a fantasy even— and it had never
Chapter 1- Rise of the Guardians 2Chapter 1- Rise of the Guardians 22 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
It had been one year since the fight against Pitch and the guardians had left Jamie and his friends to go continue their preparations for Christmas, Easter, to gather teeth, to make good dreams and now, to help keep winter around the world balanced.
Jack's new job was okay. It wasn't the same, it had more restrictions and he had more responsibilities. He wasn't able to stay at his pond, his "frosty birthplace" yearlong anymore.
But now was the time of year where he could go home, see Jamie and when he would have to bring winter with him.
*Down at the North Pole*
"Jack. Jack! Hello? Earth to Jack!" Called North to a distracted Jack Frost who was lounging on the window seat in North's workroom, looking out the window at the blue sky and white snow.
"JACK!" Yelled North.
"Huh?" Mumbled Jack, startled, dropping his staff on the floor.
Two Yeti's rushed into the room. They had heard North yell Jack's name and had rushed in to see if anything was wrong.
"No, no." Said North waving
ROTG - When Children DieToothiana was sobbing.ROTG - When Children Die2 years ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
It was horrible to hear, impossible to fathom. With every shaking breath, a cry of immeasurable loss issued from her lips. Her entire body was quaking, and her listless wings shimmered like teardrops in the shifting candlelight. In either hand she held two small, bejeweled cylinders. Each cylinder had an exclusive image of a child’s smiling face painted on one end, and was flattened on one side to form a sort of decorative door. On the ground before her, in three rows of five and one row of three, lay eighteen other cylinders. The small, circular cases shone in the flickering light, and as Tooth glanced up briefly to look upon each memento, a fresh wave of anguish overtook her and she once again succumbed to weeping.
Not one of the other Guardians could console her. They, too, were wracked with sorrow, for twenty children... twenty precious, unique, wonderful children... were dead.
North’s great shoulders shook, caving inwards, bearing a weight of gri
Become the WinterBecome the Winter2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Becoming the Winter
First I hear the cracking. I can feel through my bare feet the hair-thin lines spreading across the ice. And then everything beneath me vanishes.
I fall, plunging into the icy blue depths, and watch, helpless as the jagged frame of pale light slowly slips further away.
I reach out towards the watery light, even as my fingers lose all feeling.
The cold presses in, seeping past my skin, spreading through my bones and into my heart.
But even as I sink, feeling my blood become ice, I close my eyes in relief, because she is safe.
Everything else fades away.
Except the cold.
It is the cold more than anything else that is suffocating. Pressing in, closing out all else. Taking away the light.
And it doesn't go away.
It seeps in, past my heart, beyond my blood, into my very soul.
And now my soul is slipping away, melting into the frozen water.
Memory becomes liquid and flows away.
Then I feel it.
The touch of cool, silvery light. A touch I
DreamJack sat on a window ledge in North’s workshop, looking out over the Arctic landscape. Behind him, the bustle of the workshop clamored, creating background noise that Jack turned out. His thoughts were still in the Warren, where he’d left Bunny behind without looking back. He hadn’t looked back because he knew that if he had, he would have stayed, and probably said some things best kept to himself.Dream2 years ago in Romance More Like This
Like how he felt about the Pookah.
Jack sighed and laid his head on his arms, which were folded across the tops of his knees. Since he’d left the Warren and headed for North’s home, Jack had come to the conclusion that he didn’t just admire Bunnymund anymore: He flat-out loved him. And not in the big-brother way, in the you’re-the-only-one-I-want-to-spend-forever-with way. But what were the odds that the Pookah could ever feel the same way? All Jack had ever done was annoy the older Guardian, and nothing to endear himself to Bunny.
Everyone Needs a Guardian Part 1"Explain to me again," North said, studying Jack, "How did this happen?"Everyone Needs a Guardian Part 12 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The winter spirit sighed as he leaned on his staff.
"Like I said the last twenty times, I can't, because I really don't know what happened."
"That's a bloody lie!"
They both looked at the small, fluffy, bluish grey rabbit sitting on North's desk, glaring up the boy.
"You know exactly what happened ya bludger now change me back!"
"Look Bunny, I really don't know what or how it happened, and I definantly don't know how to fix it. On the bright side," Jack said, a smirk forming, "You look like a bunny now. A sweet, adorable little bunny."
Bunny's eye twitched, and he leapt at the winter spirit with a growl. North quickly grabbed the small rabbit's scruff and held him back, a small smile pulling at his lips.
"I've had it! Let me at him, let go of me!" Bunny yelled, kicking at the air with his feet.
"Calm down, Bunny, we will fix this! Now, Jack, tell me everything that happened up to…this."
"Okay, so…I kinda we
NightmareJack whistled idly as he strolled through the nearly-empty Warren. Almost everyone was either asleep or gone, since Easter had just finished. It had been over a year since the Guardians had defeated Pitch, and Jack, surprisingly, felt bored. He’d thought that, even with Pitch gone, his new duties as Guardian would keep him busy all the time. Surprisingly enough, that wasn’t true. He essentially went around doing the same things he always did, except for those times he was visiting North, or Tooth, or Bunny.Nightmare2 years ago in Romance More Like This
Bunny… Thinking of the giant Pookah did strange things to Jack’s insides. But that wasn’t so strange, not really. Jack had always admired the Pookah, even before the conflict with Pitch. The blizzards and snowstorms he’d occasionally conjured on Easter Sundays were just his way of tweaking the large rabbit’s nose, so to speak. Not that he wouldn’t mind actually tweaking the rabbit’s nose…
A scream interrupted his thoughts
Prompt -- Secret AdmirerPrompt – Secret AdmirerPrompt -- Secret Admirer2 years ago in Romance More Like This
I watched him from a distance. As usual, he was starting a snowball fight with a bunch of local children, laughing and having fun. Now, this was nothing unusual, of course; he was the Guardian of Fun, after all. I just liked to see him so happy.
After about half an hour, the kids started going into their homes, laughing and shivering, ready for a nice, hot cup of cocoa. Eventually, only he was left outside, smiling fondly at their retreating backs. A moment later, he sighed, looking down at his unclad feet, smile becoming self-depreciating, instead of joyful. I frowned, not liking the change one bit.
"Alone again, huh?" He murmured to himself, huffing softly. My frown deepened, shoulders slumping. /You're not alone…/ I wanted so bad to reach out to him, but… I sighed. I wanted to tell him how I felt, but I was afraid. There was just /no way/ he would ever return my feelings. It just wasn't possible, but a small part of me still hoped that maybe,/just maybe,/ he
Jack's Life - Chapter 1: NightmaresJack Frost couldn't sleep. It had been over a week since the Guardians had defeated Pitch, but Pitch was known to be a sore loser and Jack had been suffering because of it. Terror filled his mind, dreams turned to nightmares. But he refused to tell anyone because he knew that they would make a fuss over it and that was the last thing he wanted. North would probably try to be fatherly, Tooth would be motherly, Sandy would try to give him good dreams and Bunnymund probably wouldn't care. Jack hated it when people fussed over him, so that's why he was lying in bed now, fearing the moment when he would fall asleep.Jack's Life - Chapter 1: Nightmares2 years ago in Drama More Like This
The minutes turned into hours, his lack of sleep tried to pull him down. His eyelids got heavier and he was yawning every few minutes. But he refused to go to sleep; thoughts of what would happen if he did forced him to stay up. He paced the new room North had given him, it had a huge French
Childhood's GuardiansChildhood's GuardiansChildhood's Guardians2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
It is night and a child tosses and turns in his sleep. He lets out a whimper that alerts his mother to the nightmare he is having. When the mom gets to her sons bed he is awake and crying.
"Hush now, don't cry," says the mother as she hugs her son. He only continues to cry and wimpier while hugging his mom.
"Hush it's okay, you can't give up yet. You don't want the Boogie Man to win now do you?"
"H-Huh?" whimpers the boy as he looks up at his mom confused.
"Why? You don't know?" gasps the mom who only pretends to be surprised.
"Huh? N-nuh uh" says the boy forgetting about his earlier fear.
"Why the Boogie Man gives you your nightmare, but don't be scared because the Sand Man will help you. He is one of the guardians of childhood after all. I guess he needed your help this time. As long as you can stand up to your fears he will always be there to help you," coos the mother.
"One of the guardians? There are others? But why do I hafta help? Aren't they suppose to pro
SandyxReader Bad Dream (Request)“No!” you shouted as you sat bolt upright in bed. Looking around your room, you took in the darkness around you and sighed.SandyxReader Bad Dream (Request)4 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
Another nightmare. That was the fourth one this week. It was always the same. You were stuck in one spot, and you couldn’t move. This caused you anxiety because you knew that there was something around you in the darkness that was chasing you, but you couldn’t move. It wasn’t until it was about to pop out of the darkness into your face did you wake up.
You shivered in fear and looked out the window, expecting to see a monster, but you were only greeted by a soft golden light. Looking closer, you saw that it was golden sand. You smiled, calming down slightly. Soon a face appeared in your window and relaxed even more.
“Hey there Sandy.” you said. Your window opened and your good friend the Sandman came into your room. You had known him since you were seven. He always visited you and help you with your nightmares if you ever
Jack FrostXReader Prologue ~Sight"Aren't you a little old for that?" your friend's voice cut through your concentration as you tried to carefully stack the cards in front of you into a precarious pyramid. You glanced up at her and rolled your eyes before you slid the next card into position. The red patterned backs mixed with the numbered sides. You sat back in your chair to pull another card from the box. After an hour of painstaking concentration, you were finally almost done. Stacking cards is something that's very hard to do.Jack FrostXReader Prologue ~Sight2 years ago in Romance More Like This
You looked at her and shook your head, "No way."
Your friend narrowed her (e/c) eyes at you and sipped her coffee, "Look _______, I just think that you should get hooked into reality, alright? We're seniors in high school and you're about to turn 18. I think it's time you stopped believing in things like the Easter Bunny and Santa."
"You're never too old to believe," you responded stubbornly. "Besides, I have a twelve year old sister, a six year old brother, and a three month old younger brot
More Than A Nip [Jack Frost x Reader]Ice skating.More Than A Nip [Jack Frost x Reader]2 years ago in Romance More Like This
Whoever had invented the idea in terms of it being a "fun way to pass the time" was a complete and utter idiot.
Stumbling around on the surface of a frozen lake on too-tight for comfort ice skates that squeezed and pinched your feet in the most uncomfortable way as you waddled around like a penguin was not your idea of fun. It was the complete opposite. It was horrendous, absolutely exhausting, humiliating, and just completely and utterly a waste of your valuable time.
Then again, being that you had moved out to the middle of nowhere right when winter had decided to kick in, it wasn't like you had anything better to do.
You sighed as you plopped down on the lake's edge, which was covered with a thick blanket of snow, and stretched out your aching feet with a groan. Your name was (first name) (last name), and your father had decided out of the blue to move your family out into the old farmhouse his best friend had grown up in many years ago, just for a more…rustic ap
My Protector 5 (SandyxReader)My ProtectorMy Protector 5 (SandyxReader)1 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
There stood a boy, no more than eighteen years of age, lanky body, dirty blonde hair and green eyes on his freckled face. It was your older brother Joni.
Big brother! You exclaimed in excitement as you hugged him. Youre here!
Your older brother Joni chuckled as he accepted your hug. Im sorry if I left you alone all night. (Your Name). You werent scared were you?
I wasnt scared at all! You said proudly. If it were any other time, you would have cried and pleaded for Joni to stay home with you. But you knew things were different. I have my new protector with me!
A protector? Joni looked amused. Who is this protector and what does he look like? You then told Joni everything about how you met your protector and what he looked like. Your brother thought it was cute seeing you so very active for your age. It has been quite a while.
Jack's SongJack's Song1 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
It's Dark and Cold
I'm All Alone
I Don't know know where i am
all I See is the moon shining bright
I Try to talk to people but they seem to ignore me
I've been Around for a long time
for 300 years
Walking around in my blue hoodie
no shoes on my feet
But I’m still having fun
With little Jamie and his friends
I’m wondering who I Am
My memories open
I Was a great kid who loved having fun
Then one day something happen
When me and my little sis were going skating
I Remember when she was scared
I Tried to tell it’s gonna be alright
She didn’t believe me but I Was serious
I Told her it like hopscotch
We smiled in relief
But then I fell in
I Remember her scream for my name, “JACK!”
My Memories are back
I Now know why I the man on the moon
Choose me as a guardian
I Know why he gave me my name
It was a reward for saving my sister
It’s a disaster
A Trip to Jamie’s house
Seeing him talk to a stuffed bunny
Life With Jack Frost Chapter 5Life With Jack FrostLife With Jack Frost Chapter 52 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The light entered your room and you rubbed your eyes before sitting up. You noticed that you slept while watching a movie last night without noticing. You looked around to search for the winter spirit and noticed that he's nowhere to be seen. After doing your morning routine, you noticed a piece of paper lying on your side table.
"Hey, (F/n) I North called me. I have to do something important. Promise to be back this evening. – Jack Frost."
"Who's North?" You said to yourself and shook your head with a grin. You put your curtains aside and saw the beautiful, white snow outside while the children are playing. You giggled when you saw a parent maybe, got sunk by a snowdrift.
You hurriedly went down to eat your breakfast and cleaned the whole house that lasted for about three hours and went to the market after. While you're walking, you observed and assessing the people around you. A snow ball suddenly hit your back and you swerved to see who it is an
Lost: Rise of the Guardians fanfiction-Bunnymund-Lost: Rise of the Guardians fanfiction2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Bunnymund saw Sandman as being weaker more so than the others did.
He was so much smaller than them—portly, and round, and always smiling, he could hardly be considered a threat. When Bunnymund had first been introduced to the golden cherub he had nearly laughed in his face when Sandman had stuck out a tiny hand to be shook.
"How can that dill be a Guardian?" he had hissed at North when Sandman was out of earshot. North had given him a long, tired look before turning away. And still, Bunnymund did not understand.
Sandman was not in the least bit intimidating. He always looked lost, wispy golden hair flickering about his head, and he walked on minuscule legs like a toddler. Sure he had that dreamsand, but the bludger hardly used it for anything other than picture-making. Sandman was like a little golden cotton-wrapped marshmallow. How could he protect himself, much less any children?
If Sandman noticed his disdain, he did not call attention to it.
And for a good fifty
Rise of the Guardians Modernized-Chapter 1Rise of the Guardians Modernized-Chapter 11 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Rise of the Guardians – Modernized
A collaborated project
It has been said for every person out there in this world, there is another person out there made exactly for them. That is why sometimes when a couple is spoken of; one is referred to as the other half. Now it is not said where their other halves may be, but it is said that the two will one day cross paths and will realize they are destined to be together. And once that bond of love is formed the two halves will become one and will never break apart; no matter what the circumstances.
*beep, beep, beep, beep, beep, beep*
A mildly tan, sturdy arm reaches out from under the covers and begins to search about the nightstand for the source of the beeping noise. It doesn’t take the arm long to find it, and once the source is found, the hand hits it and the room falls silence once again for a moment. The roo
Jack Frost x Reader: The Night Meeting Part 3Jack Frost x Reader: The Night Meeting Part 32 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
This is the third part of my Jack x Reader story, to understand this, please read the first two Links are provided in the description
You and Jack pause, locked in your embrace.
Footsteps began to come closer
The voice echoed from across the hall.
Jack looked up, arms dropping from yours
"Is that...your mom?"
"(First-name)? Who are you talking to?"
You quickly raise your head and turn it towards the door frame, which was now outlined by the hall way light on the other side.
Your heart began to beat as fast as a drum when you heard your mothers voice coming closer.
You look down to your lap, and raise a finger to your lips, biting it.
Your voice lowered to a whisper.
"How did she-..."
Jack stood up from the bed and brushed his eyes with his sleeve. His eyes were still moist from tears.
"Whats the big deal?"
Your eyebrows furrow in frustration as you looked up at the boy. You struggled to keep your voice low.
"The big deal!? If she comes in here a
First Night During the whole ride back, the Guardians continued to congratulate Jack on becoming a true guardian; the guardian of fun. Toothiana continued to hug him and speaking enthusiastically, asking him questions about his sister while her mini-fairies squeaked happily. Sandy made dozens of sand images of all of them together happily doing many activities. North, although driving the sleigh, went on and on about what Jack could do now, joyfully trying to explain the rules of being a guardian. Even Bunnymund was proud of the boy, thanking him for keeping Jamie believing in him. It was very loud, and Jack smiled yet struggled to keep up with all the excitement. The young spirit was overwhelmed happily, but nervous.First Night2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Secretly, all of the guardians were. It had been a long time since they’d gotten a new guardian, the first one being a teenager like Jack. They weren’t sure on how to treat him; they were rusty on taking care of children. The Sophie incide
Jack Frost X Reader - How Could I Forget - Part 3Jack Frost X Reader - How Could I Forget - Part 3Jack Frost X Reader - How Could I Forget - Part 32 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
*Jack's Point Of View*
I had just spent the night flying around and causing chaos to the whole town. Making it snow was my job and I loved it. But there was one thing I loved more, it was her. I had promised her that I would see her almost everyday, but today I had to wait because it was Monday, which meant she had to go to school. I couldn't wait that long so I decided just to give her a little surprise visit. I flew to her school and finally found her in her English classroom. I watched her through the window as her class was reading books and the teacher was on the computer typing. I thought to myself,I could have a little fun with this. I picked up some snow and made it into a snowball. I aimed for the window and threw it. Everyone jumped and the sound of the rock hard snowball hitting against the glass window. Killing myself laughing, I turned to see if she noticed me. They were all up at the window looking to see who through the s
My Protector 4 (SandyxReader)My ProtectorMy Protector 4 (SandyxReader)1 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
When you woke up, you realized you were not awake in your own bed. Instead, you found yourself on an island quite unlike your own. Everything about this island is covered in golden sand. Almost like
That boy made of sand!
And there he was, lying on a sandy make-shift hill. The boy looked lost in thought. Your eyes lingered on the hill, in fear of destroying said hilluntil you cautiously took a couple of steps to reach the small boy. The only word you managed was a small hey. Thankfully the boy heard you and sat up, motioning for you to sit down which you did. Where am I? You asked.
When the boy tried to answer again nothing still came out. He almost looked frustrated.
Its okay, You reassured. You dont have to force yourself. Even I had a hard time talking to others too.
But I wish I can talk to you. The sandman sadly thought. It would be a lot easier if I c