Rise of the Guardians - Jack and Pippa - Goodbye'sMore 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
Remember ~ JackRabbit / BunnyFrost Chapter 1It's been almost eleven years since the Guardians defeated the Nightmare King, Pitch Black. Everything has been at peace ever since. And Jack? Jack hasn't changed much; he's still the same mischievous fun-loving winter spirit. Jack had found a his place with the Guardians where he's been treated like family. Each of the Guardians meant equally a lot to the young Guardian but one in particular he felt most close to; and that's Bunnymund.More Like This
Despite their rivalry, Aster and Jack had become closer over the years. Jack would always take an opportunity to stop by the Warren to talk to the rabbit or help him out with Easter preparations. But of course, Jack never missed out on teasing his furry friend. Bunnymund couldn't hide that Jack had grown on him. Even when the young Guardian teased him, he couldn't help but try to hide a smile when trying to look angry at him. It was obvious the two had chemistry and feelings were rising; but neither made a move. It wasn't until