Of Keyblades and KokonutsIn another world somewhere, there was a vast island called Kongo Bongo. It was filled with mountains, jungles, and beaches galore. And the whole place was peaceful...until a recent visit by the Heartless spoiled the peace. Now the island was under a dark veil, a seemingly endless night.Of Keyblades and Kokonuts in General Fiction More Like This
One particular day, two apes were out patrolling the forest for any activity. One of them was a huge gorilla with brown fur and a red necktie with the initials D.K. on it. This was Donkey Kong, the future ruler of Kongo Bongo Island who perferred to be called DK for short. With him was his sidekick, Diddy Kong, a chimpanzee with brown fur, and a red shirt and cap. The duo wandered through the jungle, watching for any Heartless that may spring out at them.
"Why did we volunteer to patrol the Forbidden Forest for these stupid shadow things?" DK asked.
"Cuz you're the future ruler of Kongo Bongo, ya big goof," Diddy replied. "We also gotta search for the Crystal Coconut; you can't rule Kongo Bongo without
Sora's FamilySome time ago, there was a young boy named Sora, who lived on a faroff island with his best friends, Riku and Kairi. They lived day to day on the island happily together. But one day, disaster struck, as the trio was seperated from each other. Fortunately for Sora, he wielded a strange weapon known only as the Keyblade. And he encountered Donald Duck and Goofy in a place called Traverse Town. That was where Sora's grand adventure began. Sora, Donald, and Goofy traveled through lush jungle groves, sprawling desert terrain, tranquil undersea valleys, and land crawling with spooks of every shape and size imaginable. After exploring all these regions, they defeated a meniacal man who sought out the ultimate power by means of the Door to Darkness. With the man defeated, Sora sealed the Door to Darkness while unfortunately trapping his best friend Riku and King Mickey Mouse, who Donald and Goofy were searching for, on the other side.Sora's Family in General Fiction More Like This
After their first journey, Sora and his two friends fell i
Our Toon TownThe twilight hours beckoned the end of a normal October day as Sakura Kinomoto walked down a lonely road in the woods. "I wonder where this road leads...?" she thought to herself out loud. Through the coming darkness, she could see...lights. Curious, she ran down the road right into the town. And what she saw was quite the sight to behold.Our Toon Town in General Fiction More Like This
It was a middle-sized town, with goofy-looking houses, towering theaters, and all kinds of other strange and unusual buildings. A smile spread across Sakura's face; it was almost like she had found an amusement park. But her smile dropped a little when she realized there was really nobody around.
"Hello!" Sakura called. "Anybody there?"
"Can somebody tell me where I am?" Sakura called again.
There was still silence...until a falsetto voice spoke out,
"You're in Toon Town, of course!"
Sakura turned around to see a strange-looking sight. It was an anthropomorphic mouse with black fur, a peach-colored muzzle, a thin pencil-like tail, and l
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"Oh, wow, that's some fine steelwork," Papa T grinned in admiration as he gazed upon the authentic Master Sword replica he held in his hands. It was one of his friends' birthdays, and he was in a local shop checking out some of the wares they had on sale. Right now he had his eyes on a replica of the Master Sword from the fabled Legend of Zelda series, and couldn't help but be amazed.
"Whoever made this deserves a flippin' medal," Papa T chuckled as he slowly put the sword back into its holder to eye the price tag. "Alright, that's right in my budget! Now, to go to the checkout counter and..."
Papa T wheeled around and saw that nobody was in front of him...at least until he looked down. There, he saw a young girl with...oddly enough...blue hair, and green eyes wearing a schoolgirl outfit and carrying a small stack of books; mangas, to be precise.
"Oh, hi there, Konata," Papa T chuckled. "What brings you here?"
"Just pickin' up my weekly mangas," Konata sm