Sweet Dreams RotG OSEveryone knows that the Sandmans job is to bring good dreams to children. Many would think it was easy after Pitch had been defeated, they would be wrong. While Pitch could force a good dream to become a bad dream, sometimes it just happened.
After Sandy sent out his dream sand the child's imagination would shape it. This, in theory, meant that the child would always have something they enjoyed as a dream. However, theories like that rarely worked in practice.
Sometimes a child would turn a good dream bad on their own. They might be dreaming of staying at their grandmothers place, baking cookies or something, when suddenly the house caught fire. Pitch was not 'needed' in these cases, they just happened.
It was something Sandy had grown to accept, after all, without the bad you would not know what was good.
In these cases he could intervene directly and change it back to a good dream. Normally he didn't, because a bad dream once in a while was good for a kid. However, if a child was in
I will always believe in Our guardiansI will never stop believing in the guardians of childhood.I will always believe in Our guardians2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
I may have seen my parents hiding those gifts
I may 'know' that the tooth fairy is not the one who hid that quarter.
But my belief is stronger then my knowledge.
My memories will never change, no matter what I learn.
I remember trying to stay awake to see them, only to fall asleep with no warning.
I remember the note I got when I lost my first tooth
I remember every Christmas when I opened the presents from Santa
I remember the baskets of treats and the egg hunts on Easter
I remember the the funnest times of my childhood were always in the winter.
So thank you, sandman, for letting them work, and giving me dreams
Thank you, tooth fairy, for the memories, and money
Thank you, Santa, for the time with my family, the treat and the toys
Thank you, Easter bunny, for the fun and the games
Thank you, Jack Frost, for helping me be accepted
No matter how old I get
No matter how much i know
You will always be in my heart
Christmas time.North was just getting back from his yearly 'trip' around the globe. He had a surprise for the other guardians, but decided it could wait until later. For now, he would meet them for the party he insisted they had every year.Christmas time.2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
As North entered the room where the others were already waiting, Tooth immediately started asking how it had gone. Tooth always put Baby Tooth in charge when the guardians had a party like this, so her boundless energy had no where to go.
"How did it go? Did you see my fairies much? Did anyone see you? How many kids fell asleep on near trees?" She started asking, giving him no time to answer, "How many cookies did you eat? You're going to remember to brush your teeth tonight, right? How many of them left you things besides cookies and milk?" Finally she paused.
North was used to this and could easily remember the order her questions had come in, "It vent vell. Usual amount. No, Sandy made sure of that. A few more than last year." He answered in perfect order, with
Always Remembering part 1Small forward here, this is a fan fic about what I think would have been different if Jack had kept his memory when he died/changed.Always Remembering part 12 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
I decided to call his sister Olivia, after her voice actress.
"Jack!" Was the last thing he heard as he fell through the ice. He was scared and cold, but also happy. He had saved his sister, that was what mattered most to him as he felt his life slipping away.
It was night, and he was under the water, unable to breath. He felt himself being lifted to the surface and break through the thin layer of ice. As soon as he was out of the water he took in a breath.
What? Am I... Alive? He wondered, as he felt himself being lowered onto his feet.
"You are Jack Frost" He heard, or rather felt, causing him to look around in confusion
"Yeah, I know that." Jack continued to look around, but only saw his staff, "Who said that?" He went to pick up his staff, and was shocked when it glowed blue at his touch. With a shrug he
Picking FavoritesJack had come to Burgess and brought snow with him, as always. It was the middle of February, and Jack wanted to see the kids as much as he could before spring came around.Picking Favorites2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
He ended up getting there in the middle of the afternoon, and the kids were already in school. He ended up having a nap at the fort, his first nap in three years, really.
He had been sleeping lightly for not too long when he heard the kids coming, waking him up. With a smirk, he grabbed snow off a nearby branch and made a snowball, but pretended he was still asleep when the kids came closer.
"I told you Jack would be here!" Jamie said as Jack came into sight.
"Shh!" Pippa whispered, "I think he's asleep"
After that, Jack didn't hear them talking, but could here them walking through the snow and climbing the ladder.
"Should we wake him up?" Claude asked, also whispering, "I've never seen him sleep before"
"I didn't even know he needed sleep" Caleb replied in a similar hush.
"He won't be asleep for long if you guys ke
Invisible- Part 1It had been nearly a year since Pitch had been defeated, and Jack and the other guardians had gone about their lives:Invisible- Part 12 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Tooth was busy rebuilding her kingdom, with so many new teeth coming in it was sometimes difficult to place the teeth stolen by Pitch to where they belonged. But Tooth loved every second of it, that is of course when she wasn't in the field with Baby Tooth.
North kept busy keeping the somewhat chaotic elves in line as well as managing the yeti's toy production. Designing the toys had become easier, having seen the children awake he found himself newly inspired, seeing greater wonder than ever before.
And Bunnymund? He started preparing for the new Easter hardly a week after they had turned the lights on the Boogyman. Needless to say the following Easter more than made up for the previous. And though he would never have admitted it, Jack caught him smiling at Sophie, ruffling her hair and affectionately calling her a "Little Ankl
Always Remembering part 2It had been a week since Jack had died. In that time he had watched his family and friends morn over his loss, unable to do anything.Always Remembering part 22 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Since that first night, when Jack had discovered his power over frost, he had tried to write a message to his sister on her window, but every time she had not noticed or it had melted before she had seen them. He did not want to write it while she watched, because it would probably scare her out of the room before he was done.
Jack spent the nights practicing his new powers and watching his sister dream, after finding that he no longer got tired like he used to he needed something to do. Twice he had tried to follow the sand that covered his sister, but, not wanting to go to far, he had yet to find out where it came from.
During the day he followed his sister around, she still had to go to school. Though the teacher did not ask her anything and the other kids were careful about what they said to her.
People had shown up at his house continuously, checkin
Always Remembering part 3"Good night, Olivia" Jack said as he watched his sister climb into her bed. He was standing outside her window, having decided that he would find out where the golden sand came from.Always Remembering part 32 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
It did not take long after Olivia had closed her eyes for golden vines of sand to come down from the sky, all of them going to different houses. It was an amazing sight that Jack could have simply stood and watched.
"Okay" He said to himself, "I can do this" He had discovered that he could fly with the assistance of the wind, but it was unnerving. People were not meant to fly, he was sure of that, and while he had climbed and jumped around for most of his life, being so high up still freaked him out.
Gathering his courage Jack called on the wind and rose shakily in the air. Taking a deep breath and willing himself not to look down, Jack flew. He followed the golden sand as fast as he was willing to go.
Jack flew for a while, seeing the sand going into houses in every town and city. Finally he found where i
Happy BirthdayWhen Jack Frost came to visit the kids in Burgess, they couldn't have been happier. They would play games, have snowball fights, go skating, and sometimes he would take them for a short flights. One thing the kids liked doing was asking Jack questions about his life. He had lived for so long and seen so much, he always had interesting stories to tell.Happy Birthday2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"...Then Phil threw me out a window, that's the closest I ever got to actually breaking into North's workshop" Jack was just finishing up one story, they were sitting on the platform in the forest. Well, Jack wasn't, when he told stories he got very animated. He had spent the morning telling the group about the many times he had tried, and failed, to get past North's yeti's.
After they finished laughing Pippa spoke up, "Okay, my turn to ask a question, you said you were human before you became an immortal, right?" Jack nodded and she went on, "How did you and the others become immortal?"
Jack thought for a moment, looking up at the sky, "
Thank you, Jack Frost part 1As a child I was bullied, a lot, but almost never in the winter. For the first three years of my school life it seemed like that was simply because they were too busy playing in the snow, or wanted to be extra good for Santa, to bother me. In grade three, that perception changed when my bullies, of all people, asked me to play with them...Thank you, Jack Frost part 12 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
It was not the first snowfall of the season, but it was a big one. Since this city didn't have snow days Jack was always a bit disappointed, but the build up of snow always made recess that much better for the children.
As Jack Frost was flying over an older school with a bell tower he noticed kids running out to play in the snow, some of them were carrying sleds and running at full speed towards a hill, tripping in the deep snow, others started a snowball fight, only to get in trouble with the teachers.
"Come on, let the kids have some fun" He said when he saw the teachers broke up the fight and said anyone that threw one more snowball would hav
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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
Forgiveness - A Rise of the Guardians OneShotForgiveness - A Rise of the Guardians OneShot2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
A Rise of the Guardians OneShot by Cameco aka. SerenePhenix
It was one of these days again. Sure, they all got into arguments from time to time, like Bunnymund with North whenever the other denied the importance of the other one’s holiday, but this time it wasn’t about the Australian bunny and the Russian gift bringer or about whether Easter held more importance than Christmas.
This time it was about one of Jack’s latest wrongdoings. Tooth, Sandy and even the Easter Bunny flinched as North’s booming voice managed to penetrate through the door of his workshop, roaring at a not any less angry winter spirit going by the name of Jack Frost.
“I told you a thousand times: We ‘ave to protect the children and not endanger them any further!”
“Well and I told you a thousand times already that I am sorry! What do you want me to do? It’s not like there is a
Never lose Hope prologueBunnymund is the guardian of hope, children are usually full of it, but every so often a child will lose hope. Every year the Easter bunny has less than a week to paint thousands of eggs, for the rest of the year he is free.Never lose Hope prologue2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
In the years following Pitch Black's defeat all the guardians had changed a bit. The tooth fairy spent more time in the field, North spent time with children when he could, and Bunnymund did the same.
The experience with the young girl Sophie Bennett had shown Bunny that he did not know much about kids, and he aimed to change that. In the months that he was not busy he put aside time to spend with kids. They usually thought it was their imagination when they grew up, but that didn't matter.
Right now, it was Summer, kids were out of school and having fun. Bunny liked it, though not nearly as much as spring of course.
At the moment Bunny was not looking to spend time with kids, he was looking for good places to hide eggs for the next year. He wanted to hide them wel
A Birthday Wish (Rise of the Guardians)A Birthday WishA Birthday Wish (Rise of the Guardians)2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Jack laughed as he won the race against a flock of black geese. "Maybe next time, ganders!" He taunted as the familiar sight of Burgess came into view. With a shout the mischievous teen nose-dived down into the town. It was the day after Easter and there were still signs for the Easter Egg Hunt tacked up in store fronts and street posts.
As Jack flew passed one such street post he reached out and snatched a poster. He couldn't wait to show it to Bunnymund at the next Guardian meeting. With a bubbly laugh he tapped the rest of the posters with the curve of his staff and watched a thin layer of frost covered the stylized Easter Bunny as he danced near a large pile of brightly colored eggs. He drifted through to the town towards his destination. When he reached the Bennett's Residence he hovered over to the second window on the second floor and looked in.
There was a mug of hot coco on Jamie's desk and the winter sprite grinned with mischief as he gently pushed the
ProtectBunnymund was quite aware that the winter spirit was tailing him. Honestly, with ears and a nose like his it was a wonder that Jack believed he could sneak around the Pooka. And he would have turned around and found Jack in a spit second, ready to give his rival a piece of his mind.Protect2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
But he had work to do. A guardian was always busy, even if he did only have one day of the year specifically set around them.
He was the guardian of Hope after all. Not a particularly easy job.
He had already ventured all throughout Russia, China, Mexico (he was much more partial to that climate) and was now traveling through the familiar town of Burgess. The sun was quickly setting, so he was out of the clear sight of children. Bunny was sure that it wouldn't have mattered – they'd already seen him many times, though he was sure that a few of them (disregarding Jamie) now thought it had been one very confusing and vivid dream created by the Sandman. And if he really didn't want to be seen in broad daylight
Mending Seams: Rise of the Guardians fanfiction"Fix it."Mending Seams: Rise of the Guardians fanfiction2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Bunnymund blinked, belatedly closing his tunnel entrance behind him, and looked down at the pink stuffed rabbit being shoved at him by tiny blonde girl before him. Sophie raised her toy higher, shaking it a bit to demonstrate its need.
"Fix it," she repeated. The Easter Bunny gradually bent down to inspect the well-loved creature, taking in its dirty, faded fur and mismatched button eyes. He then noticed the stuffing poking out of its back.
"Oh," he said, and carefully pulled the toy from Sophie's hands. Its ears flopped in opposite directions, and he became conscious of the child's pleading look. "Well… I'm sorry, Soph," he began, rubbing the back of his head with a paw. "But I'm no good with a needle and thread..." Alarmed, he saw that Sophie's eyes had begun to water. "But, but hey, can't your mum fix this?"
"No!" she cried, grumpily folding her arms over her chest and kept her tears at bay. "Mommy took Jamie to the d-dentist. An' I want you to fix it!"
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All I felt was cold. But the pain was gone. And when I awoke the cold was still there, but to a less extreme. This cold, this icy numb feeling never went away. But I didn't mind. Sure every once in a while I would beg to be warm but it didn't matter. I was never answered. My name is Jack Frost. How do I know? The moon told me so. But he failed to mention that I would one day join forces with the Guardians. Yeah, you know those people you read about in fairy tales? Their real, we have Santa Clause, though I prefer North, the Easter Bunny, Bunnymund, Tooth Fairy, Tooth, and the Sandman, Sandy. All of them are real and all of them want to protect the children of the world.
And I'm one of them. But it wasn't always that way. For the past three-hundred years all I've known is loneliness. Guardians were believed by many children, they could be seen. I was a myth to everyone, no one knew who I was and so I was invisible to them. I watched the years go by, societies growing into
Impaling Teddy Bears"Oy! Frostbite! Get down here!"Impaling Teddy Bears2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"No. Go away."
"I'm not leaving ya'lone here."
"Why not," the words were cold, but not particularly spiteful, "you've done it for three hundred years. Why start now?" Bunny tried to keep his face from revealing how directly the words had hit home. His ears took care of that, and he felt them settle against the back of his head. Silently, he cursed his expressive appendages.
He crossed his arms, forcing his ears back into the air. "Well, you're going to have to get used to not bein' 'lone. Before the end'a today, either North or myself's gonna talk to ya. So either you choose one'a us ta tell ya off, or we'll both set ya down for a nice long chat." Bunny advanced to the tree. "'S your choice. Who's it gonna be?"
"No one," Jack turned his head away, "Leave me alone."
"I already told ya-"
"I can fly away. You won't be able to catch me if I'm up there."
Bunny paused, glaring up at the winter sprite. "I may not like the slay, Frostbite, but I ain't against us
Never lose Hope Part 4Theresa stared at Bunny for a moment to see if he was joking, but he clearly wasn't, "Well, yeah, playing with others is fun, but no one wants to play with me." She answered.Never lose Hope Part 42 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"That's where you're goin' wrong." Bunnymund said, "If you give up hope ya won't try, and if ya don't try you can't know for sure."
Theresa sighed, "I've heard worse ways to convince someone. At least you kept it short."
Bunny chuckled a bit, he had considered a lecture, but realized that she would not have listened past the first few sentences. "So? Will ya give me a chance to prove to you that you just have to try?"
Theresa stared at the sky for a moment, "Fine, I have nothing better to do."
Bunny smiled a bit, he wasn't sure his plan would work to convince her hope was useful, but he knew that it might at least make her listen to him. "Okay, do you know that girl over there?" He asked, pointing at a girl the same age as Theresa who was looking around at the other kids. She was fairly short, skinny, and had shou
History Tends to Repeat Itself"Come on, Sophie! We gotta get there before dark!" I shouted back to her as she staggered after me, a smile plastered on her face. I could hardly contain my excitement; we had finally convinced Mom to let us go skating, and we were currently on our way to do so on this cold, December day.History Tends to Repeat Itself2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
With my skates slung over my back, I raced farther ahead of my sister and down into the clearing where the lake stood, surface frozen solid. I smiled wide, and sat down before kicking off my shoes, pulling the skates off my shoulder and onto my feet. I stood up and tested my balance, leaning back and forth of them with my arms extended.
Sophie ran down to me, sliding in the snow and falling to her bottom. She giggled and grabbed her own skates, taking off her shoes and pulling the skates on. Looking up at me, she grinned shyly.
"Can you tie them, Jamie?"
I smiled and nodded, leaning down to help her tie the laces, looping the strings around each other. Once I made sure they were tied, I sat bac
Never lose Hope Part 1Read the prologue first! (though it does make sense without it, the prologue will make some things clearer) Links in the artists comments.Never lose Hope Part 12 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Theresa woke up early on Easter, before anything was up. She had met Jack Frost and Santa, and while it felt a bit selfish, she wanted to meet the Easter Bunny as well. For the past few years she had always slept in and missed him, this year she woke up at 2 AM.
The young girl had turned 12 only a few weeks ago, and was moving to a new house when the school year was over. Soon she would be 'too old' for egg hunts and this would probably be her last chance. Egg hunts were never much fun anyway, since no one joined her, but for the past three years she had found as many 'usual' hiding places as she could. Though they changed a bit every year.
Pulling on her winter coat and boots Theresa went out into the snow.
Bunnymund was hiding his eggs while trying to not leave foot prints, "Stupid snow" he grumbled, placing a tr
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A Rise of the Guardians OneShote by Cameco aka. SerenePhenix
Jack felt positively awkward at the moment.
It had been a few weeks since they had managed to send Pitch back into the shadows under the beds of children all around the world and the Guardians had begun to reorganize and indulge into their duties. The lights on the Globe were once again increasing but it still would be a long way to go until all of the children believed once again.
But they had time now; Pitch wouldn’t be coming back all too soon. But the Boogeyman wasn’t what bothered the Guardian of fun as he was sitting together with the other legends at the Pole drinking a mug of hot chocolate, discussing what needed to be done to bring joy to the children again.
Jack did not feel awkward because he was being asked by everyone if he could lend them a hand (which he was more willing than ever, he wanted to make up to Bunnymund especially).
Jack's Family. It was another successful night for Santa Clause, all the kids of the world would awaken to find toys under their trees and treats in their stockings, all thanks to one jolly old elf. Awaiting him at home, was the lot of other Guardians; all ready to celebrate another successful night before North would head off to bed. He entered into the house to be greeted by the smell of freshly baked goods, and warm apple cider, the sound of clapping as soon as everyone in the hall turned to see him walk in. He set his signature bag down and smiled, nodding and chuckling to show his gratefulness to everyone putting together such a nice spread. "Who cooked all this?" North asked, examining the table display of sweets, looking around to find only one guardian a miss from the room. "Jack," he and Mund stated in unison, the teenaged boy high above them, cleaning up the mess he'd made in the kitchen. "Jack, get down here!" North called, the boy flinching at the loud booming voice before a smile wiJack's Family.2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Never lose Hope Part 2One week after Easter everyone in Theresa's school was already wearing t-shirts and other spring/summer attire. The seasons here did not change gradually from warm to cold or hot, they came and went in the blink of an eye. In the morning people could be bundled up against what some places would call a blizzard, and in the afternoon they would be carrying their coats and sweaters.Never lose Hope Part 22 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Bunnymund wanted to find the girl that had helped him hide eggs on Easter. She clearly had no hope in her, and he aimed to change that.
The day after Easter, Bunny had run into Jack Frost and told him about the girl. Bunny's description reminded Jack of Theresa, manly because of the location, and Jack had told him which school she went to.
At the moment Bunny was hiding in a small group of trees, watching the kids leave the school for recess. Since a lot of kids believed in Bunny he was hiding so as not to draw attention to himself.
As he watched Bunny saw kids start games of tag, hide and seek, and other game
Rise of the Guardians: Believers OathI believe in the GuardiansRise of the Guardians: Believers Oath2 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