FF9:CN chapter 3Chapter 3: ChangeFF9:CN chapter 3 in Fan Fiction More Like This
Hey there, Dagger! Eiko bounced cheerfully up to the queen as she found her on the balcony. Garnet didn't mind Eiko calling her by that name, since it was the first name she knew her as.
Hi, Eiko, she greeted quietly, looking briefly at her, and then over at the town again.
I take it there's still no sign of him then? Eiko asked sadly, It's been nearly two weeks, hasn't it? Garnet nodded, sighing.
We asked the moogles to search wherever they could, and I asked Uncle Cid and everyone I could think of if they had seen him, but it feels like nothing has happened. Eiko spun around as she heard a thud. Kain had tried to run towards her to greet her, but fell over in the process. The girl laughed and helped him up as he straightened his hat.
You're too much like Vivi, y'know that? She said, grinning. Kain laughed n
FF9:CN chapter 1"As time constantly flows, I'm sure we change... but do we even notice the difference? Sometimes you have to place the beginning and the end together to realise that change. Thinking about it now, I never really noticed, however... A year is enough time for anyone to alter... I just hope it's for the better."FF9:CN chapter 1 in Fan Fiction More Like This
Chapter 1: Crystal
At the edge of the calming waters surrounding a castle that glistened in the sunlight, a blond boy stood in deep contemplation. He lifted his hand up to meet his gaze, looking at the item held in it questionably. It was a pale blue crystal that shone delicately as he moved it in the palm of his hand. Sighing, he shoved it into his pocket and continued to look over the waters.
Garnet Til Alexandros sat at the window of her bedroom, watching over him from a distance. It had been two months since his miraculous return to Alexandria during the play of her seventeenth birthday. She had longed to see him for the entire time that they were apar
FF9:CN chapter 2Chapter 2: How I FeelFF9:CN chapter 2 in Fan Fiction More Like This
Is everybody on board? Regent Cid called over to the pilots, who promptly confirmed that no one would be left behind. Garnet turned to face Cid.
Once again, thank you so much for this, Uncle Cid, she said, bowing to him. Cid smiled gently.
Please, don't worry about it, Garnet. We shall take care of them and ensure they all have a place to stay until it is safe to return to their homes. He took a few steps towards the Hilda Garde 3 then turned to face at Garnet, If you have any troubles, please let me know immediately. You are still far too young to hold such a burden on your shoulders.
Thank you, Uncle Cid. I will. She bowed again, and then looked over to Zidane, who stood next to Kain. He decided to stay with them, since he had always felt more at ease around Vivi's old friends anyway. Garnet walked up to the two of them, glancing ov