Whoever She IsWhoever She IsWhoever She Is3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Pitch sat in his destroyed lair, surrounded by snorting, pawing Nightmares. The Nightmares he had created to defeat the Guardians and to bring fear to the world once more.
Pitch had grown used to their harassment, their uneasiness, their habit of biting and kicking at him when they grew too restless. He no longer had the strength to fight the Nightmares off, and he was not sure that he wanted to. Not this soon after his defeat.
Not this soon after he had seen her face for the first time.
Pitch didn’t know who she was, this girl that he kept seeing in his mind’s eye. All he knew was that he had known her, somewhere, somehow. Try as he might, though, he could not remember how.
He had never seen her face before he’d picked a fight with the Guardians. And even then, it was not until he had seen Jack Frost that last time, surrounded by the humans and other Guardians he now called “friends” that Pitch had even seen the girl’s face. Something
Chapter 1- Rise of the Guardians 2Chapter 1- Rise of the Guardians 23 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
Rise of the Guardians - Jack and Pippa - Goodbye'sRise of the Guardians - Jack and Pippa - Goodbye's3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Year- 1712 – Jack is 17 years old
"Jack! Get down from there!" Called Pippa, Jack's little sister.
Jack swung from the middle branch of a tree, carelessly and upside-down, by his legs.
"Jack, be careful." Called his mother, setting up the picnic that they had planned for the day.
Jack chuckled, climbing down the ruff bark of the tree and skipped over towards the blanket that was laid out on the grass. Opening the picnic basket, he grabbed out the freshly made bread his mother had baked the morning before and tore off the crusty end to eat.
"Jack." Scolded his mother sitting down to join him. "Pippa come over here and have some lunch." She called as Pippa picked some wildflowers nearby. She happily skipped over to them to join them.
"Mom, Jack and I are going ice-skating later. Is that okay?"
"We are?" Asked Jack.
"Yeah. You promised, remember?" Pippa muttered to him.
"Right!" Jack said loudly, "I'm taking her ice skating…"
Their mother chuckled softly.
"Jack! Hurry up!" called Pipp
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 fanfiction3 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
Lost: Rise of the Guardians fanfiction-Bunnymund-Lost: Rise of the Guardians fanfiction3 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
Family Connections and RevelationsI’m related to Pitch…Family Connections and Revelations3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Jack still couldn’t believe it. Of all the things he imagined finding out about his family, finding that he was Pitch’s Moon-knows-how-many-times-great-grandson wasn’t one of them. He sat in North’s office, looking at the picture that had changed his view on who he thought he was.
“Does Pitch know?” Jack asked, looking up at the other Guardians.
North and Sandy looked at each other before North replied, “No. When he was taken over by the Fearlings, they erased all his memories. He does not remember who he was before.”
“And who was he during the war?” The War had been long before Jack’s time, by several millennia.
“Pitch was great general,” North said. “And he fought on our side.”
“Wait,” Jack interrupted. “Pitch was a good guy?”
North nodded. “He had daughter he left behind, though. One day, captured Fearlings tricked him into thinki
Jack Frost Baby lyricsJack Frost Baby lyrics3 years ago in Songs & Lyrics More Like This
Jack Frost baby, please make this whole place snowy, for me
C'mon let's have some fun
Jack Frost baby, come and nip my nose tonight
Jack Frost baby, silvery hair and eyes of blue, it's true
Holding that staff of yours
Jack Frost baby, come and nip my nose tonight
Think of all the snow my cheeks have kissed
Think of all the fun we've never missed
Every year causing a lot of trouble
Holding the record on the naughty list
Jack Frost baby, you caused a blizzard on Easter
You've been a bad boy all year
Jack Frost baby, come and nip my nose tonight.
Jack Frost cutie, your teeth are like fallen snow, I know
Tooth fairy agrees
Jack Frost cutie, come and nip my nose tonight.
Jack Frost baby, I need somebody to hold, it's cold
It's minus 20 degrees
Jack Frost baby, come and nip my nose tonight
Come and frost my Christmas tree
Like sweet toppings on vanilla ice cream
I really do believe in you
Let's see if you believe in me
Jack Frost baby, let's go on a fun sleigh ride, don't hide
Sick DayI had gotten the message from one of Tooth’s mini fairies who flew to my warren about an hour ago. Needless to say wasn’t sure on how to react to it. None of the other guardians had ever fallen seriously ill before; no one knew what to do in a situation like this.Sick Day3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
After gathering up what little medical supplies I had into my pack and instructing the eggs on what to do while I was gone, I opened one of my tunnel systems and headed for the North Pole. The message from Tooth and the others kept circulating through my mind. Jack had appeared on North’s doorstep, shivering and suffering from a fever. North said Jack passed out as soon as he knew that North had seen him. North then immediately had the yetis notify all of us; North needed our help with this. While being great with children when they are healthy, North had no experience in how to care for an ill child. Let alone an 18 year-old immortal winter spirit.
North was reviewing some of the yetis
Jack Frost~The NightmareJack sat on top of the tall building, his staff held across his shoulders. He looked out over the sleeping town of Burgess, and felt a sense of calm permeate him. Pitch was gone, or at least wasn't threatening any children. So the Guardians were on vacation. The snow fell silently, a beacon of the relaxation of the usually hyper winter spirit, and Jack felt his eyelids start to droop. The heavy atmosphere of the silent night was getting to him. Maybe, just a little shut-eye. Can't hurt, can it?... Jack lay back, the powdery snow cushioning him, as he fell into a light doze.Jack Frost~The Nightmare3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
It was dark, though Jack could just make out where he was. Jamie's room. Jack looked towards the be
Rise of the Guardians Modernized-Chapter 1Rise of the Guardians Modernized-Chapter 13 years 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
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.Nightmare3 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
ROTG - When Children DieToothiana was sobbing.ROTG - When Children Die3 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
My Protector 7 (SandyxReader)My ProtectorMy Protector 7 (SandyxReader)3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
As soon as you opened the castle doors, you found yourself waking up once again. However, instead of being in your room, simple room with a wooden floor, blue curtains and a box filled with toys--it was a room unfamiliar to your eyes; a room with gold curtains, floors, and light colored furniture.
Just where in the world were you?
The sudden sounds of soft whispers caught your attention when you looked down from the couch you were sleeping on, you noticed a group of sea shells and oysters talking to each other and immediately scattered when they noticed you were now awake.
'Sea shells?' You blinked in confusion. Why are there sea shells in a place like this? Unless...
You then sniffed at the air, the scent of sea salt filled your nostrils and you finally knew where you were.
You were in Sandy's castle!
Quickly kicking off the blankets you silently followed the shells in hopes that they will lead you to your sandy friend.
And thankfully they did.
Sensitive - A Rise of the Guardian OneShotSensitive - A Rise of the Guardian OneShot3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
A fanfiction by SerenePhenix aka. Cameco
It wasn’t as much as bad feeling, rather it was a kind of guilt Jack felt whenever the topic Pitch was brought up by his fellow Guardians and still Jack couldn’t tell them. He couldn’t tell them because they probably wouldn’t understand and even if they were family now, Jack just wasn’t sure if they wouldn’t feel betrayed by the sympathy that still lingered inside of him for the Boogeyman.
He was not blinded though. He knew Pitch had done terrible things, unforgivable things and that he had hurt a lot of people and children out of selfishness. That didn’t change the fact that he had done it out of loneliness, out of spite, out of an utter need to show that he still existed and that fear held some value, that it was even necessary so that children could still live having fun without getting out of hand and endangering themselves.
Jack had grinned crooke
Frosty - Jack Frost Parody SongJack Frost the GuardianFrosty - Jack Frost Parody Song3 years ago in Songs & Lyrics More Like This
was a rebel winter ghost
with some snow white hair
and blue eyes to stare
as he laughed without a care
Jack Frost the Guardian
does not exist they say
it is just a phrase
on a wintry day
but he nips them anyway
when Pitch Black returned to fight
the Guardians needed help
the Moon chose Jack Frost to join them
and their invite was heartfelt
But Jack Frost the Guardian
wasn't sure what he could do
when Pitch stole the teeth
and Jack's memories
Tooth told him "They can help you"
Rise of the Guardians
Rise of the Guardians
Santa Claus and Tooth
Rise of the Guardians
Rise of the Guardians
Sandman and Bunny, too
Jack Frost the Guardian
decided to join the team
collecting the teeth
til Pitch intervened
and destroyed all good dreams
with the Sandman gone
five had been reduced to four
then Jack heard a sound
from beneath the ground
and it led to Pitch Black's door
he found his teeth and fled with them
leaving his friends to fight
once he got his memories back
he went to
FrostbittenNight was beginning to fall in the quiet, colonial town of Burgess. Most of the people were already inside, starting fires to keep out the fresh winter cold of late November. However, there were a few still out and about, for what seemed like a stroll through the woods, but they weren’t necessarily locals nor were they simply out to enjoy the scenery.Frostbitten3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
A woman’s voice quietly called out to her companions. “What should we do now, North?”
North turned around to face Toothiana and the other guardians with a sigh. They were trudging through the thick, densely snow-covered woods for some time now in search of the sleigh. The battle with Pitch had been brutal; it was a miracle none of them were seriously harmed, although they had been separated for a while. Luckily, they had agreed to meet up in the forest below them beforehand. However, it had not been part of the plan to lose the sleigh.
North simply looked at Toothiana before shrugging. “We find the sle
Jack Frost ~ Forget-Me-NotJack crouched in front of the small, weathered grey tombstone, brushing snow away from the tight inscription. The evergreen trees surrounded him, imprisoned him in this sanctuary of lost time and memories. He breathed in heavily, and read the simple phrase on the grave.Jack Frost ~ Forget-Me-Not3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Here lies Pippa Jacklyne Overland
Mother, Wife, Sister, and Daughter
Died from Hypothermia
His sister, lying six feet under deep soil and snow. She had died so young. Sure, she had had a new baby girl, and a husband, but that didn't mean she had lived the life she had deserved. Jackson Overland had protected her the first time, when the ice had cracked, throwing her to the safety of the thicker ice, but he wasn't there to protect her from getting lost, from the cold, from the blizzard. From Jack Frost. A tear trickled down Jack’s face, and he wiped it away angrily. Why did he have to get so worked-up all the time?! Why cou
Rise of the Guardians: Believers OathI believe in the GuardiansRise of the Guardians: Believers Oath3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
In The Sandman
Jack Frost and
I swear to live by the lessons they have
taught me and to follow the paths they have guided me down
To cherish memories
Believe in hope
See the Wonder in all things
and to have Fun
I will always believe in the Guardians for
they have been with me since I was young and
will be with me till my days end
And I will continue to believe so that they may
forever be there to guard us
and our childhoods will never die
Dear Jack FrostDear Jack Frost3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Jack, when I was a little girl, I would look out my window during winter and watch the snow fall. I had a weak constitution so I was never allowed to go out and play in the snow or I would catch pneumonia. I'd watch the snowflakes fall from inside my room and thank you for them rather than Santa Claus. When I was sick I'd make little paper snowflakes for you and give them to my parents to hang on our tree outside. When I was lonely I'd draw pictures in the frost on my window. I remember you would occasionally open my window to let in a perfectly formed snowflake as if to say, "Look at the beautiful thing I made for you." When I turned 19 my best friend died and I had lost all hope. Yet at the funeral, even though it was in September, you made it snow for me. When I took my own life the last words to leave my lips were, "I'll always believe in you Jack Frost." And I meant it. My only wish is that you remember me.
With love from a lifetime and forever more,
Frostbitten Night - (Jack/Toothania) One ShotBells jingled and holiday music could be heard from miles around.Frostbitten Night - (Jack/Toothania) One Shot3 years ago in Romance More Like This
It was Christmas day at Nicholas St. North’s workshop, and everybody was celebrating.
North and his crew had just come back from their long night of giving presents to the children of the world. The entire night went off without a hitch and everyone was relieved and ready to party.
Jack had never seen the kind of parties that North and his Elves could put on. It was quite amazing. The Elves had taken a blank spot of snowy landscape outside North’s workshop and turned it into a Christmas Wonderland.
In the large clearing there were tables of Christmas cookies and other goodies, along with a full Christmas dinner. They hung garland and ornaments on the surrounding trees, and twinkling lights wound up and down the trunks. There was a large throne in the front of the party area, which North sat in, clearly exhausted, while the Elves brought him cookies on a silver platter. In the center the Yetis had hauled in a