Snowflakes (Jack Frost x Reader)There were days where Jack followed humans around.
Sometimes, it was because he was curious.
Sometimes, it was because of his guardian duties.
This time, it was for a reason he could not fully grasp.
He thought about asking the others about it, but decided against it.
He was afraid they would not understand.
So, he pondered what it could be on his own.
He was definitely curious.
It was not, however, part of his duties to watch this human.
After all, this person was not a child.
Standing on a rooftop, gripping his staff, he smiled to himself.
"Wind, you know where to take me."
The wind came and within moments, he flew.
He turned in the air, creating snowballs for the children below.
He laughed as he witnessed snow fights, and even participated in them a little.
Though, as he neared his true destination, he flew slower.
He sat on the same tree branch that he always sat on when he came here.
His expression became less mischievous as he waited in his spot.
Then, after a minute or tw
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Chapter One: Reminiscing
The cabin could barely be called a cabin. It was more of a hut: a building in the loosest sense of the word. It had four walls and a roof, a door, a window, and a chimney that looked as though it were ready to fall over. Truthfully, it appeared that a strong gust of wind could knock down the shack, with signs surrounding which read, “Condemned” and “No Trespassing.”
The small structure was concealed behind several large trees, and was incredibly easy to miss, nestled within the forest that rarely anyone ventured into.
It was always snowing around this cabin, regardless of the season.
Inside was exceedingly less interesting than outside, if at all possible. There was only one room, which contained a mattress and pillow in the corner, a fireplace that appeared to have not been used in decades, and a few shelves on one of the walls.
The shelves proved to be at least somewhat intriguing, containing items such as a matryoshka do
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And scaring is his game,
But he used to go by,
A very different name
Was his past name,
Some people wonder,
“Why is it not the same?”
He was a strong General,
Who protected the Golden Age,
And was once a guard,
Of the Fearling’s cage
The Fearlings pleaded and begged,
For Kozmotis to let them go,
But the General shook his head,
And simply said, “No.”
The General would grow weary,
Of doing this every day,
But a silver locket with a picture of his daughter,
Made everything okay
The Fearlings caught sight,
Of the locket in Pitchiner’s hand,
And started to unfold,
A dastardly plan
On a particular day,
Kozmotis was weary,
And what he heard next,
Made him almost grow teary
His daughters voice echoed from the cage,
She screamed and she shout,
“The Fearlings have caught me,
Please let me out!”
Before he knew,
What he was doing,
He opened the cage,
And started his own undoing
The Fearlings flew out,
Jack's Skates (unfinished)Jack sat in a shadowed corner of his room. His knees where pulled up to his shuddering chest and were hugged by his thin arms. His face was nestled in the crook of his right arm and tears were streaming from his dark amber eyes. Snow slammed itself against the small house, burying it in a deadly blanket. A tiny black spider crept around from behind a small pair of deer antlers and it scuttled along the floor towards Jack’s bare foot. Jack unfolded his arms and reached down to pick up the spider when a knock at the door stopped him.More Like This
“Jack?” The voice was that of his mothers, “Honey, can I come in?”
Jack scrambled to his feet, forgetting about the spider, and wiped his eyes on his beige sleeve.
“Err…yeah, yeah sure.” Jack sniffed, his voice catching annoyingly in his throat.
The door edged open, letting in a stream of orange candle light which was broken by the long black shadow of his mother.
She wore an ankle length beige dress and
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No matter who they are or what they believe in, there comes a point in their lives where magic and the world I live in slips from their minds, replaced by the life ahead of them, whether it be discovering who they are, chasing their fate, or making history. A period of their life ending as another one starts, it's always then it happens.
It's happened before, and I know it'll happen again.
But that doesn't mean it hurts any less.
Each time, I should be ready for it. I should be expecting for the feeling to come back, the loneliness, the pain. But I never am, and each time one walks through me, I still feel like breaking.
When someone walks through you, most people think it would hurt. But they think it's this simple, short pain that only lasts seconds. They think it's nothing bad, like walking through a wall of cold or hot water.
It's much worse than tha
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"Shh, Tooth, we don't want him to hear us!"
"Good...now, come on."
North led us after the footprint trail in the snow, tailing after the kid. Jack had been acting...odd, and well, cold for a few weeks now. Not like himself at all; no smiles, no pranks, and very little snow days were made worldwide. North, Tooth, and Sandy were all extremely worried, mostly because of how they found the kid and I last time he was acting strange. I however, knew what today was...
I didn't really want to follow Jack. Today was a day he'd told me he wanted to keep to himself; a private "day-off", as he called it. Why? He didn't really need to say. I was able to figure out with just the help of today's date Today was February 17th.
Jack really wanted to be alone today.
But the others wouldn't listen to
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The nurse smiles grimly. "Your grandma's in room 27A. Just down the hall."
I never liked hospitals.
My footsteps echo off the scrubbed and sanitized walls and ceiling as I make my way down the hall. Fluorescent light bulbs. Over the years, I've come to detest them. They're the dullest of any imitation of the Sun anyone has ever had the stupidity to generate. Everything looks ugly and hopeless under fluorescent lights.
I don't even like the air in a hospital. It's stale with the odor of chemicals and latex, and it puts me on edge. I don't know if it's a marvel of technology or some form of black magic, but I'm always astounded to find each hospital heated to exactly "uncomfortable." No matter how cold it is outside, it always feels colder in a hospital. I could stand outside in 0° weather and it wouldn't feel any colder than "60°" hospital air. It's a rigid, lifeless cold. It
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The humans were having too much fun to notice the mysterious footprints appearing around them and the extra snowballs whizzing through the air. I had just blocked one of Jack's snowballs by shielding myself with my wing, but when I moved it again, a wild shot from Jim hit me right in the stomach. Jack started laughing so hard that he didn't even see my next attack coming until it splattered across his face. I dodged immediately, using Liz as a human shield until she darted sideways to hide herself behind the truck. Jim gave chase and I assumed Jack would come with him, so I ran around the vehicle as well. Suddenly a mound of snow fell straight down onto my head and I looked up in surprise to see Jack floating above me, pointing and laughing.
“No flying!” I yelled and leapt up to grab his leg and yank him back down.
I must have yanked a little too hard, because he gave a short cry just before being slammed face first into the powdery s
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Waking up as a powerless spirit was a strange feeling, and I tried to remember if this was what it had felt like to be human. My muscles were sore, my body felt heavy and uncoordinated, and my wings were numb. Where my senses would normally be resonating with the harmonics of a thousand different compatible people about to meet, now I only felt empty stillness. The visions and information which usually ran through the back of my mind like a constant drone were eerily silent. I almost thought I'd become mortal again until Liz walked right through my body on her way to Sophie's bedside.
“Come on, Soph, time to wake up,” the woman said gently, “Becky's mom is giving you a ride to preschool this morning, and we don't want to make her wait.”
From the next room I could hear Jamie's voice call, “Mom, is it a snow day?”
“Snow!” Sophie popped awake and scrambled out of bed to run to her window.
“It's not a s
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I couldn't remember the last time I'd shed a tear over anything besides a sentimental book here or there, so I had no idea I could even cry like this. It was uncontrollable and exhausting, and when the sobbing finally ceased, I felt completely empty. I relaxed my hands, only now realizing that I had been clutching fistfuls of the back of Jack's sweatshirt, and leaned back to support my own weight.
Jack's cold hands moved from my back to my shoulders to help steady me and he studied my face carefully, “Are you going to be ok?”
“I lost everything,” I whispered, trying to hide how hoarse my voice was now, “My senses, my arrows, and now my flight.”
I stretched out my wings and looked back at them to inspect the damage. They were thin and patchy, obviously missing a lot of feathers. It didn't escape my notice that my bow was now back in its holster behind me, tucked in through the tangled mess my hair had weaved itself into throughout the ch
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I sat on the cold roof and stared up at the moon in frustration, daring him to send me words of comfort; but he just stared back at me silently. Minutes passed without a sound or a movement. Fear and desperation tightened painfully around my heart as my mind raced through all the consequences of my failure. I needed advice or help. I needed a miracle. I needed the moon to tell me what to do.
“Why are you doing this to me?” I said out loud, the threat of tears causing my voice to waver, “After all our years as friends, why would you be silent now when I need you most? I have no idea what to do; I don't even know what went wrong. Why is this happening to me? Just tell me, and I'll fix it!”
“Why won't you talk to me?!” I cried.
After the echoes of my outburst had faded away, a soft voice spoke into my mind, Behind you.
I turned my head and caught a brief glimpse of unmist
BalancePitch stared at the woman who stood in front of him. She looked nothing like the child he thought he remembered, but, except for her skin tone, she bore a strong resemblance to the girl in the picture in the book that Jack held.More Like This
“You mean to say that you are my daughter?” he asked incredulously, looking from the woman to Jack and back.
The woman nodded. “My name is Karis,” she said, introducing herself.
Pitch continued to stare, not caring that it was rude. Memories, which he had long thought erased by the Fearlings who took him over all those years ago, were trying to escape, to come into the light and be remembered. He wished he could remember, could find out why he had let the Fearlings trick him.
“Why did you say ‘they told me you were dead’?” he asked, hoping her reply would jog his memory.
“You went missing a few years after you left to fight in the War,” Karis replied, drinking in the sight of her father like one who wa
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[Name] looked up at a clothing store as she walked in the town with Jack. She looked over to face him, "Do you ever wash your clothes?"
Jack lifted an eyebrow and sniffed under his arm, "Why, does it smell bad?"
[Name] giggled and butted him with her hip; "You know that's not what I meant!" she walked past the clothing store and looked out at the park fountain. "I just happened to notice you wear the same clothes all of the time."
Jack shrugged, "I haven't exactly thought of it." He floated over to her and sat down on top of the statue. "Jack, get down from there!" [Name] called up. She noticed his eyes went wide with shock and sadness for a second, and she wondered what she said. He drifted back down and muttered "sorry" before continuing to walk.
[Name] frowned and followed him, "Uh… Did I say something wrong?"
Jack looked over at her and just shook his head softly. He looked up in shock when a flame dancer appeared, performing a show in the middle of the park.
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What Would You Do For a Memory?
You lay in bed, twisted and entangled in the covers, staring breathlessly at the ceiling. What had happened to make you so thrilled, you had almost no idea, but you had woken up, drenched in sweat and trembling in excitement as you gazed up at an empty, blank surface high above you.
It was a dream, of course. A wonderful dream. A dream about a boy, a boy in a blue sweatshirt, a boy with a pale face… holding a long, wooden staff in his hand…
Ridiculous. You turned over in the sheets, trying to untangle your legs out as you sat up, now fully making an effort to lie on the mattress properly. This can’t be… Dreaming about a boy. It’s silly.
You let out a groan as you saw that the corner of the bed sheet had been pulled out again. It did this, every night, always at the spot where the bed touched the corner. Your bed was so heavy that y
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:I have strep throat and didn't go to school today. I didn't feel like writing parts of stories I should be writing so here. Have this. I had the idea awhile ago. Cute and sad. I'ma post this on FF.net later:
Being a Guardian was hard. So very hard. Especially since being an Guardian meant you were a spirit, and being a spirit meant you were dead. Being dead meant you once lived life as a living organism. A human. Once being a human meant you had feelings and opinions. And Goals. You have big goals. One of which was to be a mother with not one, not two, but three children. One was not enough, two didn't seem right, but three was the perfect number. One thing that shaped this belief was because you were the oldest of three. You loved having two, not one, siblings to look down on and smile at.
But you were dead and brought back as a spirit. You were appointed as a guardian because of the powers you possessed were unlike
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In the midst of the snow covered forest was the frozen lake. You rushed to the lake in a more galumph way. You quickly put on your (f/c) skates and stumbled to stand in a balance. You tried to walk a few steps closer to the lake and with a stupendous thud you land on your butt. “Ow!” you said, whose tone and attitude certainly didn’t suggest a shred of embarrassment probably because you’re alone. But a light chuckle quickly caught your attention.
You turned your head in all your directions but found no one. You tried to stand up a couple of times but
JackRabbit: Just What He Needs Ski resorts are awesome. I had always liked them, ever since I first discovered them. I mean, not only is it a place where people go just to play in the snow, but most of them are even grown-ups! It’s like they can forget about their jobs and their stress and their taxes for a weekend and just have fun riding down a mountain with stick strapped to their feet like reckless kids. It’s great!More Like This
While I was visiting one of the biggest ones in Colorado, giving them a little snow as an early Christmas present, I accidentally bumped into someone. That was weird for two reasons: 1) Most people couldn’t even see me, much less touch me, and 2) I was about 50 feet off the ground at the time. Was. When we collided, I got knocked off balance and fell down into the snow.
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The winter spirit sighed as he walked along the dimly lit sidewalk, thinking about what had happened earlier in the day. For the first time, the Guardians had welcomed him to the North Pole- well, rather kidnapped him and then welcomed him. Needless to say, the whole situation was new and strange to him, and he was conflicted on how to react to it.
Am I happy the Guardians were finally acknowledging his existence? Definitely, overjoyed actually. But the thing that keeps nagging at me, is why now? Why now, out of the blue, when I have been around for three hundred years?
After the confrontation with the Guardians, Jack flew out of the North Pole as soon as possible; he needed time to think. He flew to his favorite town to visit, Burgess. Why was
Forever Young - Part 1Jack flew across the surface of the snow. It felt great to be out of the Pole for a while. The other Guardians had been overly protective of him ever since that horrid sickness. But today he was happy to skim the surface of the snow covered cliffs and glaciers, barely 12 inches from the ground.More Like This
"Hold up Frostbite! Not everyone can fly; some of us have to use these things called legs." Bunnymund shouted from somewhere far behind him. Jack pulled up and hovered above the snow, gripping his staff he looked back and saw the small figures that were the Guardians. North trudged through the snow, creating a large path in his wake which quickly caved in behind him. Tooth and Sandy flew above the snow, both wrapped in thick winter coats. Bunnymund was attempting to spring through the snow, but was making very slow progress as he didn't like snow very much and kept having to shake himself. The Guar
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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
Do You Believe? ~ Eleven (Jack Frost x Reader)A loud shriek broke the fierce gaze between gold and rose pink as, Pitch tore his eyes from the fairy writhing in the chocking grip around her neck. In shock, the Nightmare King almost released the fairy, his brow furrowing as he watched the scene before him play out. Ice blue eyes raised their vision upwards towards the stormed sky, widening in astonishment. Jack's jaw dropped and he pushed himself onto his feet, groaning as his chest started to ache. His gaze darted back and forth as he looked skyward, before he finalised his decision and shot up like a fired arrow, towards Pitch and Toothiana, deciding that the human girl darting about the sky, swinging a giant sword, now upside down...could really take care of herself.More Like This
You would have hated to disagree, but you really thought that little bit of help could've done some good. But it wasn't something your mind dwindled on, as your right leg shot forward again and then pulled you down into a tight spin, mimicking a screwdriver. You scre
Do You Believe? ~ Ten (Jack Frost x Reader)Another scream echoed across the white snow, soon to be corrupted by darkness that seeped into its pure skin and polluted it, turning its glimmer and shine into a sea of ebony. Nightmares streamed across the snow, their hooves beating it savagely, sending clouds of snow into the air behind them as they stormed towards their target, saffron orbs set on the girl held in the arms of the newest Guardian, flying up towards the clouds.More Like This
"Frost..." A voice echoed through the fearlings, the distaste in its tone clear as night and day. The boy's involvement was not something the bringer of fear appreciated, and he would not forgive the winter spirit for taking away his weapon. The shadow King slammed his fist into a pillar of his lair, watching the preparation for the battle to come through the eyes of his fearlings.
"That boy always gets in my way. But not this time. Kill him." He ordered in a hushed whisper through gritted teeth, his eyes closed as he observed Jack Frost hold the weapon in his
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The Guardian of Fun chuckled and lifted a non-existent hat to you, as you both continued to fall. Your eyes were wide, half filled with tears as you stared at him, jaw hanging.
“I’m glad the others told me to fly out with you. We lost sight of you once you went out of that window~” Jack chuckled, before in a split second his eyebrows shot up and he grabbed your arm, pulling you smack-bang into his chest. You let out a small shriek, surprised by this movement, as your fall came to a sudden halt, for Jack had decided it’d be best not to continue with the descend, especially after catching glimpses of the treacherously sharp ice formations waiting beneath them.
“Not as deep as I thought it’d be…” He muttered, referring to the cavern before glancing at you as you were staring at the large blade of ice Jack had pulled you away from. Had you continued falling, there was no doubt that you’d be like a piece of meat on a keba
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The clock hands travelled around the face of the large clock on the wall. A flustered Jack and Bunny were now standing at opposite ends of the room, both emitting an aura filled with shame and embarrassment, both males naturally fearful and concerned for their well-being, their thoughts also similar by the fact that they had imagined scenarios of which all played out their deaths by your hands. Occasionally, they glanced at one another before quickly turning away, until…
Jack turned to face Bunnymund, a grimace settled upon his features. "She's going to kill us, isn't she?" He questioned the Pooka, of whom seemed to turn pale, even though his fur could not change colour.
"Um…Something along those lines, mate. Yeah." Bunnymund replied, gulping before glancing around, his eyes then flicking back to Jack.
"Okay, mate. I say we never speak of it again. And by no means should North ever find out…" Bunnymund's sentence fell into a whisper as his g
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Pink eyes widened and long eyelashes fluttered as the Tooth Fairy blinked once or twice, before her gaze shot over to the two teenagers soaring through the air, one screaming like a lunatic and the other seemingly amused by it all. A dainty hand massaged soft brows as Toothiana let out a small sigh, before glancing over at the silent chokes and the death symbol scattered above Sandy's head, for he had choked on his eggnog and was now spluttering and coughing in mute. Toothiana cringed and flew over to him and began to pat his back as Bunnymund let out a loud groan.
"Typical! Bloody Typical! He's never professional about anything! Always mucking about!" He exclaimed, throwing his hands up into the air, as a sign of his exasperation. North just chuckled and patted his belly. "Calm, Bunny! It is Christmas spirit! It bring out joy no matter what the situation." He laughed, before stroking his beard as he watched Jack land upon the globe and gently set you down next to him.
Do You Believe? ~ Six (Jack Frost x Reader)Long eyelashes fluttered delicately over (e/c) orbs filled with the dreary effects of sleep and bewilderment. With a light yawn that escaped dry lips, you sat up, the thick fur blankets that covered your torso slipping down and crumpling at your waist as you took in your surroundings.More Like This
You were laying upon a large cushioned sofa in a large room with the scent of mulled wine and cranberries filling the air. From were you sat, you could see the large windows looking out on the beautiful snow filled scene on the wall straight ahead of you. To your right was a roaring fire beneath a mantel piece decorated with holly and tinsel, and in front of that was a large fur rug. You let out a small and satisfied sigh. It was warm and cosy in the strange room, beneath the thick blankets.
You frantically tried to scramble out from beneath the blankets, tumbling onto the floor as a result of your panicked actions. The blanket landed on top of you, covering your head, but before you could
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A few chuckles went around behind you as the boy held up his hands in mock surrender, laughing nervously. "Sorry, sorry. Didn't think you were so touchy about that bird's nest on your head." He commented which earned him a thump on the head. He yelped, his hands flying up to his head, for he hadn't expected an attack to come."I warned you." You stated simply, before releasing his jumper with a frown.
"Oh, she got'cha there, mate" A voice thick with an Australian accent, sounded and you turned towards the Easter Bunny with a small arch of her brow. "You know this rude git?" You questioned, and the Bunny chuckled. "Yeah, I know him. And you must too if you can see him."
That caused you to pause. "No. No way. That is not....You are not..." You muttered, your gaze turning back to the boy you had hit, a smirk now settled back onto his features, though he was still rubbing his head. "B
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The Boogeyman chuckled before his eyes narrowed as he glared at the empty space, when suddenly he was thrown backwards, tumbling into the snow with a yelp of pain, his lack of concentration on you ending up in the sand dispersing. You fell and hit the snow hard, the cold soaking into you dressing gown and pyjamas quickly.
You shivered, and groaned, your back aching from the sharp impact and by this time, the Boogeyman had recovered himself and was on his feet once more, grinning madly. "Oh? Can she not see you, Jack?" He asked the air next to you, and you felt the atmosphere bristle, somehow. "She fell straight through you." The Boogeyman continued harshly. "You couldn't even catch her, let alone soften her fall, could you?"
You sat up, a frown painted onto your features as you glanced at Eva and Joe among the crowd of children on the other side of the green. You gave the Boogeyman a quick glance before scrambling onto your feet and rushing towards them. The Boogeyman
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"Alright, you two! The nightmares are gone!" You grinned down at them as they jumped up and hugged you before looking up at you with large sparkling eyes. "Will you come and play in the snow with us?" Joe asked, Eva pulling her puppy-dog eyes. You let out a small sigh before nodding your head.
"I'll join you two later. I just want to relax this morning, okay?" You explained to them patting each of them on the head before steering them out of your room. "Right. Coats, gloves, boots, scarves and hats. Put 'em on and don't forget to brush your teeth!" At this the two children groaned but you had a card up you sleeve and added, "Well I guess the Tooth Fairy won't be happy with you, will she?" You questioned, causing them to gasp and rush off to get ready before they
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A sharp voice woke you from your slumber and you opened your eyes slowly and unwillingly. You came face to face with none other than your little brother and sister. They were twins, obviously not identical, though the expressions they wore were similar; both with tears streaming down their cheeks and runny noses.
"(y/n)…" Your sister, Eva, mumbled looking at you with watery eyes. "We both had a nightmare…" She explained, as you glanced toward your alarm clock.
"Alright you, two. Come on up here." You said sweetly, helping Eva onto your bed while Joe, your little brother clambered up by himself. Both of them snuggled up on either side of you, as you made room for your siblings on your single bed.
"Okay, you see that dream catcher I have up there?" You questioned, pointing up towards the sewn web of softly coloured string, with beads and feathers dangling from it. They both nodded as you hoisted yourself onto your elbows and then touched each of their fo
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"What?" you asked curiously. You stared at the other guardians and they all have the same look on their faces.
"What?" you said sounded a little irritated this time. You looked at yourself and you're still fine. Their stares creep you out like something's odd about you.
"Oh no…" you thought and touched your head and sighed in relief, "I thought I have horns or something…" you thought, "Why do they look so shocked?"
Suddenly the young guardian gave you a small mirror nervously and you took it, feeling puzzled. "Look in the mirror…" whispered the young guardian and you obeyed.
Your mouth was wide opened because of what you saw and you rather have a good reason. Your eyes turned light blue like Jack Frost's and your (long hair and/short hair grew and) turned silver white.
You touched your face and hair gently and smiled sweetly. "I'm the winter spirit's wife after all…" you whispered and glanced at the young guardian. "Right?"
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That is all that can be said to describe this moment as you lay sprawled on your bed staring at the wooden ceiling. Your arms, legs, feet- heck everything hurts from the labor intensive chores your mother just made you do. It has been a few weeks sense you have done such hard work.
But there is a reason behind the hours of cow-milking and house cleaning; a storm (rumored to be the worst the village of Burgess has seen in decades) was fast approaching. No one doubted the possibility of this storm, in fact, all the villagers were preparing for it (including you and your family) just to be safe.
You lay quietly on your bed, calming your breaths and wiping the sweat from your forehead. Tired, exhausted, and hungry, those are the three adjectives that best describe you right now. Your eyes slowly begin to shut, letting sleep creep in to take over ...
"(name), (name)! Wake up! (name) there's something I want to show you!"
A soft, but excited, whisper awakes you from your moment of
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You and the young guardian went back downstairs to wait for Jamie's parents. While waiting, you're doing your homework given by your grumpy Mathematics teacher.
Jack's been observing you while solving some problems and using formulas he doesn't know. He smirked while watching you and noticed that he has no idea what you're doing. You looked at him and grinned and looked at you blankly.
"What?" he asked curiously while staring at your (e/c).
"Nothing." You said with a grin that made him raise his brow and you continued solving.
After doing your home works you stretched high and put your books and notebooks back to your bag. You saw the young guardian lying on the sofa just waiting for you. You walked to him and he raised his head and lay back on your lap. You brushed his white-silver hair while he's cuddling your other hand.
"I need to go to North tomorrow…" he said breaking the silence.
"By the way… who's North?" You asked curiously while b
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You are waiting in the park and almost of the people are gone. You took out your sketch book and draw the beautiful scene you're seeing. After a few minutes, snow falls and you looked above and close your eyes as the snow fell on your cold, fair-skinned face. You giggled when the cold nipped your nose and shook your head that made your (length/color) hair wiggle.
You put your sketch back in your bag and went to swing and sat there for a while. You push yourself back and forth a little bit while you're holding at the cold metal of the swing while looking at the clear, white sky.
Suddenly a cold gaze burst that made you hugged yourself and you swerved to look behind you and saw the young guardian staring at you while leaning on his staff. You smile brightly while standing up and you ran and hugged the winter spirit.
"I see you enjoy my brilliant work." Jack said with a laugh and hugged you tightly.
"Is it obvious?" You said with a grin and looked at his pa
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Monday, school day in winter and the bad news is… there is two months to go before the Christmas vacation. Bad news for the other students out there, but for you… It doesn't matter. You've been woken up by the alarm clock and you sat up, alarmed and surprised about the vogue sound of it.
Jack Frost is not fazed by the sound and you looked at him while his pale, beautiful eyes are still closed. You smiled sweetly and gave him a warm kiss on his forehead. You hurriedly took a shower and also dressed up inside of your bathroom and went out after and saw the winter spirit staring at you.
"Morning…" he said still sounded a little sleepy.
"Morning, sleepy head!" you said excitedly, but not too loud.
He looked at you curiously and got him thinking about your get-up. He stood up slowly and stretched before walking to you. While brushing your, (h/c) hair, he stood beside you and stuffed both of his hands in his jacket.
"Where are you going?"
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Jack Frost carried you bride style while both of you flew away from the others. You giggled silently when you saw your fellow guardians fighting the mild but a bit irritated snow storm that the young guardian made. Staring at him, the winter spirit gave you his playful smile and chuckled.
"I didn't even get a chance to say goodbye to them!" you yelled furiously, "And you didn't give me a warning!" You added.
"Goodbyes?" said Jack with a smirk, "I don't like goodbyes." He added.
"Well, well, let's see. Saying goodbye or leaving without saying a word?" you asked and waited for him to respond and he said, "The second one." With an evil laugh.
You punched him lightly on the shoulder and after a minute or two, he landed and and stood you up gently. You looked around and noticed that you're in the middle of nowhere.
"Again?" you said indignantly and crossed your arms. Jack laughed and pinched your nose. You shook your head and rubbed your frigid nose.
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"What's taking them so long?" North said while walking across the room and looked at the clock and noticed that you and Jack are three minutes late.
Suddenly the magic portal opens and North's face enlightened and he felt excited.
"Positions everybody!" He yelled with his Russian accent.
The Sandman got woken up, alarmed and looked at the leader while saying something above his head using his dream dust.
"Jack's coming." North said excitedly and the Tooth fairy's lips twisted into a rare smile and one of her forms fainted but the thing is, she doesn't know that you're with the young guardian.
She started to give instruction to her forms nervously and after a minute or two Jack went out of the portal.
He crawled out of the sack feeling giddy. He shook his head and quickly and grabbed his wooden staff and turned to the portal, preparing to catch you.
"Who's in the other bag?" Tooth asked herself feeling confused when she saw Jack caught it and put it down
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You and Jack got back at your house and he's still not talking to you because of what happened earlier. He lay down on the couch with his arms crossed while his staff is on his chest. You stood in front of him and watched but he's not looking back at you.
You sat on the floor while your arms are resting on the edge of the sofa while staring at the young guardian. You shook your head and tried to touch his white-silver hair but he avoided it.
"Aw…. What's wrong?" You said, joking him around. He still doesn't look at you and still has this cute angry face all over his face.
"You're no fun…" you said copying his line.
He glared at you while shaking his head and turned his back on you. While walking away from the young guardian, you saw a paper bag that you carry earlier when you went shopping. You peeked at the young guardian to see if he's looking but fortunately, he's not. You checked the things inside the bag and your lips twisted into a ra
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You woke up earlier than your alarm clock and noticed Jack's arms around your waist while he's sleeping beside you. You grinned while cuddling the young guardian's pale cold hands.
You glanced at the time and you saw its fifteen minutes before your alarm will turn on.
You stood up gently trying not to wake Jack and turned off the alarm.
You prepared yourself for school and when you're done, you saw the paper bag from yesterday and completely forgotten to give something to the young guardian.
Looking in the bag, you brought out a brand new simple cell phone for Jack to use. You put it on your side table and stick a note onto it. You hurriedly brushed your hair and grabbed your bag before leaving. You looked at the young guardian for the last time with a smile and closed the door gently.
"A winter spirit with a cellphone?" You muttered and giggled after, "Why not?" you said joyfully and walked to school.
Jack woke up and when he's moving his hand around the
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While you're eating your breakfast, Jack's playing around your house and spreading frosts everywhere. You put the dishes in the sink and decided to wash it later. When you went in the leaving room, the whole place is covered it ice and snow and the winter spirit still continuous to play around.
"JACK FROST!" you shouted, sounding like a mother trying to deter his little, naughty, witty son but the thing is, he's not.
The winter spirit stopped for a second and turned to look at you. He grinned and jumped over the couch and stood before you.
"I'm your guest for the whole winter, remember?" He reminded and gave you a weird smile.
"Well yes…" agreeing with the winter spirit, "but that doesn't mean you can do anything you want!" you yelled.
"You're no fun!" he exclaimed while nipping your nose.
"Hey!" you shouted, "you're hands are cold…" you added but sounded sweetly this time.
"Well… LEGEND has it," Jack said and leaned on the couch beh
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Chapter 10 - Spring dream
It was dark, completely dark, you had your knees to your chest, could hear voices whispering around you, mostly Jacks and your parents.
I will never love you...
You disgust me...
Your a disgrace to the family...
You covered your ears, trying to block the voices out, eyes shut tight hoping they will go away, but it was no use.
It was a nightmare. you would have to wait until you wake up, that is, if you were going wake up.
Pitch had control of your mind, he can stop the nightmare when he chooses, but you doubt it will end anytime soon.
You know that this is just a nightmare, but the words Jack and your parents are saying are still hurting you.
What if this is what Jack really thinks about you?
No, no, he wouldn't think about you like that, would he?
You couldn't take it anymore, you stand up, uncover your ears, and open your eyes, pitch standing before you, smirking.
"LEAVE ME ALONE!"
Pitch didn't move, still smirking at you, silver-orange orbs looking at yo
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Chapter 9 - Nightmare
Note: I have added the nightmare sequence, people who have already read this chapter re-read! Also I want to thank legendoffullmetal for giving me some helpful advice!
You watch as Jack flies away and into the sky, getting smaller and smaller, until you cant see him anymore, you wipe the tears from both of your eyes before walking over to your bed and getting in the covers, leaving the window open just in case he comes back.
I hope he'll be alright... You think as you close your eyes and let your mind wander as you fall asleep.
You wake up, to only see darkness, no light, just complete and utter darkness which makes the knot in your stomach get tighter. You get up, and start walking forward, hostile toward your surroundings.
"(Name)...." You hear a familiar voice call.
"Jack?" You reply, walking in the direction from where you heard Jack's voice
"(Name)..." You hear again, but its not Jacks voice, it's your mothers, coming from the same direction Jack's voice c
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Chapter 7 - The Surprise
You admire the view below you, savoring every moment, like its your last, it's not every day you fly with the one and only Jack Frost, twice, over your hometown of Burgess.
You turn to look at Jack, he's focusing forward, but he must have noticed you looking at him because he turns his head towards you.
"So what's this thing you want to show me?" he chuckles
"Eager to know?" it's your turn to chuckle.
"Something like that" he smiles and looks forward again, his icy blue orbs looking down for something below, he seems to spot it, but you cant really see it.
"Well, were nearly there now, close your eyes, snowflake"
"It's a surprise, now close them, no peeking" you smile slightly at his stubbornness and close your eyes, you now had to rely on Jack being the eyes of both of you.
he seems to slow down and come to a halt, you then start to feel yourself descending, but it stops after a few seconds, your feet haven't come into contact with the ground which mean
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Chapter 8 - He's back
You and Jack enter your room through your window, no sign that your mothers noticed, she's probably engrossed watching a program on the new TV, you walk over your phone and check the time.
You chuckle, turning round and showing Jack, He chuckled also.
"Exactly ten 'o clock, i'm surprised" he smiled, and leaned on his staff.
"I promised didn't i?"
You smiled, you put your phone down and turned towards Jack again.
"Why did you take me? you seem really close to Jamie, why didn't you take him?"
Jack's smile died down a little, only showing a faint smile now.
"Well, Jamie's just a kid, i wouldn't want to bore him with something like that, whereas, your a teenager, like me, i thought you might like and appreciate it more, and besides" he gestures with his staff towards the paintings on the wall "You seem like your fond of art, did you paint these?"
You wandered over to a painting that you painted just before you left, it was of your old house, you traced
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Chapter 6: These Feelings...
Making sure the front door was shut, you make your way to the living room, where your mother was, she had a distressed look on her face, she looked up and saw you and it immediately ceased, and was replaced with a smile.
"Thanks for coming home, i know you were with your friends bu-"
"Mom, it's fine, i wanted to come home, besides, you need the help"
You gesture towards the nuts and bolts on the floor, all mixed up. Your mother wasn't a very good when it came to building things, that's where your father came in, but he wasn't home so, it was your turn.
You noticed a white piece of paper next to your mothers foot, you walked over to it and picked it up, making sure to avoid the nuts and bolts, that's all you need, jabbing one right into your foot.
You opened it up, and started to read.
After a few seconds, you looked up at your mother, who was standing there with her arms crossed looking at you as if to say Well?
"Seems pretty simple, but we need to g
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You were awoken by someone knocking at your door and opening it
"Time to get up ________"
It was your mother, you picked up your phone from your bedside table and saw that the time was 9:30 A.M, you rolled your eyes.
Couldn't your mother just let you sleep in until 10?
Then you remembered
You smiled and quickly did your morning routine, got changed and went downstairs, not forgetting your phone as you shut the door.
As soon as you shut your door the smell of (fave Breakfast) wafted from the kitchen, you smiled and went downstairs, you loved (fave Breakfast), once you reached the kitchen you saw your father and mother were already sitting at the table eating.
"Morning" you yawned and sat down at the table tucking into your (Fave Breakfast)
"Morning Honey" your father said after he had finished taking a sip of his coffee "How did you sleep?"
"Great!" you replied with your mouth full, you swallowed and carried on eating.
"Well, i better be off, don't want to be late on
Invisible- Part 20"What is that?" She exclaimed excitedly, pointing towards the nebulous dreamsand. Jack smiled victoriously, proud that he had found a way for Sarah to see the Sandman without resorting to tricks again. "That's the Sandman." He explained, opening the window. "He's the Guardian of Dreams. It's his job to protect the children from nightmares and to open them up to new worlds." Jack moved out of the window sill to allow a tendril of gossamer dreams to flow into the room. Sarah's face was alit with wonder and joy, an expression that seemed to be a rare occurrence for the girl. The Guardian smiled again, clutching his staff in one hand. "Come on, meet me outside. You'll really be blown away by the show!" He chuckled, perching on the windowsill as he waited for a response. Transfixed by the golden glow, Sarah nodded slowly. "There's more?" She asked. Jack laughed, "More than you could dream of!"More Like This
This is unbelievable… Sarah thought to herself, pulling on a pair of heavy snow boots and t
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Chapter 4: New house, New rooms
As soon as you stepped inside of your new home, the warmth wrapped around you like a blanket, most of the boxes were gone, which must have meant they got most of the house sorted, you must have been gone a while, you went into your kitchen (the only room you knew at the moment) and saw your mum cooking dinner, she must have heard you come in because she turned round to face you from the stove.
"_______!, there you are! i was beginning to get worried, have fun in the snow?"
You nodded and smiled, you couldn't really tell her much, especially the fact you met Jack Frost! she would think you were crazy!
"Yeah mum, it was great, I made a few friends" she smiled at you
"That's nice, why don't you go and look around the house while i'm cooking the dinner? try to guess which ones your room..." you grinned at her
"Okay! see you later!" you replied as you walked out of the kitchen, you roamed round the house, finding what was where, then it came to your ro
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(This story takes place before Jack fell in to the lake, before he became Jack Frost.)
The winter air outside was cold and crisp, not making your job any easier. Your mother had asked you to feed the chickens this morning- or at least the chickens that were left. The harsh winter had taken many of their lives and the eggs that fed your family with them. Three little clucking chickens that were huddled in their pen came close as you spread out the feed out in front of them. They pecked at it quickly while you looked around.
It was a quiet little village with dirt paths covered in horseshoe prints and log houses. A few people were out doing their morning chores like you, some waving as they passed by. There were small white patches of snow from the storm that had taken the lives of many farm animals around town. This winter had been one of the harshest for all that lived there, along with your family. However, the town was nice and peaceful, and everyone helped out one another. Not
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North always told me not to make too many snow days though... The children apparently needed a "sufficient amount of education" according to him...Snow days apparently took away from that education.
Because of what he told me, I made even more snow days than I ever had before! I mean, come on! I was the Guardian of Fun and school was not fun.
Anyways, the kids were actually believing in me, as overwhelming as it was.
I didn't like playing favorites or anything-but, there was always one light that outshined them all.
He had been the first kid to believe in me. Jamie.
He had seen me several times. I visited him when he was young, but he as soon as he started growing up I stopped out of
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Despite the other Guardians' doubts, North found out for you and Jack, that it indeed is okay for a Guardian to have a romantic relationship. Not with a human, though. Fortunately for you - in some ways, anyway - a tiny seed of Pitch's dark magic was left in you, and for reasons unknown to you, Jamie, and the Guardians, it has altered you just enough. The Man on the Moon informed you of this. That's the only thing that he's ever said to you. That tiny bit of magic is just enough so that you can stay with Jack forever, if you both desire. You know that you do, but you're a bit worried that Jack won't want to. You're worried that he's going to leave you. And all of this has happened within hours of returning from your little "stay" with Pitch. After the Guardians made sure that you were alright, Jack brought Jamie home.
Now, you walk through the cold, dark streets with him, pressed into his side, although it offers no warmth. You don't say anything, because ther
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"Damn it, damn it." You hissed under your breath, "Why does it exist, why!?" Your whisper turned into a shout of irritation. Your arms tucked in firmly under your arm pits, your body bracing against the bitterly cold winter you head out into the white snowy terrain, into the icing topped woods. You stumble through the white woods, shivering and rattling like a child's toy, muttering under your chaffed blue lips.
Why were you out? Oh because your mother felt it would be good to get some fresh air. Just standing on the porch of your stone cottage in the middle of winter would have sufficed but no, you were shoved out the front door, with only a leather jacket. You forgot your hat, gloves and scarf and now little beads of tears leaked out the corners of your eyes from the pain of the cold. The thing is, you didn't have anything else to do. You couldn't walk or even drive into the village to see your friends because it was too damn far, at least ten miles away. Your friend Becky, w
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“Great, just great.” You growl as you stomp your way forward. This was the LAST thing you had in mind when you set out on your walk earlier today but here you were, and there wasn’t much you could do about it now.
It was hard to admit it to yourself but at this point there really was no other way to put it; you were lost. Lost in the forest in the middle of winter and to make matters worse, the sun was starting to set making it harder to see through the thicket before you and not to mention it was a heck of a lot colder than when you started. Determined as you were though you weren’t about to let a little darkness and cold get between you and that nice cozy bed you had waiting for you back in your room.
Ahh...You could picture it now, so vividly you could practically FEEL the softness of your (blanket colour) blanket, the squishy pillows and the warmth from the heating vents toasting the place to bake the chill out of your bones after a nice hot shower. As if to
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You were sitting by your window, daydreaming as usual with your headphones on. It was one of those days where you wanted to be alone; blocking out the outside world. Your imagination was better anyways. You look out your window, you see that the streets and land had been covered in white. Great, it had snowed. You sighed and shivered a bit as you closed your blinds. You hated snow, it was so cold and wet. . Sure, it was beautiful to look at. . but you hated moving around in it. This must have been why you thought it'd be best to stay inside today. You sigh, slumping down on your bed. It was obvious that you were awfully bored, maybe even lonely. You now wished that somebody, anybody would come and talk to you.
What seemed like a few minutes later, you must have drifted back into a daydream. . . because the next thing you heard was your mother shaking you, telling you to wake up. You groaned, not wanting to get up. "What is it mum?" You ask her tiredly, rubbing your eyes.
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“Are we there yet?” Your ten-year-old cousin speaks the classic and cheesy line that a kid would say on a road trip. Then like the first domino the others join in.
“Ya, when will we be there?” “How much longer?” “I can’t wait to get there!” “This Christmas vacation is going to be Awesome!”
While your relatives chime in, you sit in the backseat with headphones in your ears listening to your ipod, wishing you could be anywhere but here.
“We are here!” My enthusiastic mother explained.
“Yesss!!” All my nieces and nephews rush out of
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Just to be sure.
[i/b] Internet Browser.
[e/c] Eye color.
[f/c] Favorite color.
[2nd f/c] 2nd Favorite color.
[h/l] Hair length.
[h/c] Hair color.
It was noon; you had a lot of late work and things to do, so you begin typing your School Project. It was already dark by the time you were almost finished, and you started needing some kind of research; you got into [i/b], just to find out that you had no connection on your room. Carefully picking up your laptop, you walked to the living room. But all your care was in vain, the computer, which was already old, shut itself down; your [e/c] eyes widened as you started muttering. “No no no.. Oh hell no!” You cursed at the top of your lungs; it was the only thing you could do; all your work, everything, gone. “I’m done.” You said under your breath. “So fucking done!” Saying that out loud, you picked up your [f/c] scarf, puttin
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Night falls and it's already winter. Wherever you look, all you can see is snow. Plants and trees are covered with frosts and snow. Roads and pathways are covered with snowdrifts and the roads became slippery.
You're walking while listening to your favorite music and you saw a bench nearby and decided to rest for a bit and enjoy the white, clean and bright view outdoors. You closed your eyes when the frigid cold wind ran to your face. You shook your head making your hair wiggle.
While picking a piece of paper and pencil from your bag, a gale wind stroked and your paper flew away. You followed it and didn't care even though you're jeans soaked when you strove through the banks of snow.
Suddenly, you tripped on to something and you knelt on the frigid white snow. You looked back and saw a long stick with a peculiar curve in the end got your foot. Groaning, you picked it up and threw it angrily away from you.
Instantaneously, you saw someone's two pale bare
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He smiled for a second thinking he might have a chance with her, but the smile soon came off when he remembered what she said about Tooth liking him as well. Sighing Jack went back to her house and waited for her in her bedroom. "I like [Name]... No. I love her. But if she doesn't feel the same way as I do, I don't know what I might do. Why? Why is it so painful to love someone who doesn't love you back?" Jack was holding his chest where his heart use to be. "She can deny her feelings, but I won't deny mine."
Hearing footsteps he went back to his normal self. Coming into the room with a small black bag, [Name] sat her self on her bed. "What did you buy?" Jack always being the curious one asked her. "A bag of chips and a soda." She replied while opening the can of Coke. "You know... You're gonna get fat like that." "Don't care. It's not like I'm gonna date a guy and he's gonna tell me that I'm getting fat." She rolled her eyes. "Pff yeah..." Jack turned the other way only to think about
Jack Frost X You- Never Too Old to BelieveYou were a five-year-old girl, running into the snow on Christmas Day. You skipped around your yard throwing snow into the air and giggling as it fell onto you in a shower of sparkles. Your frolicking didn't go unnoticed. A boy with snow white hair and glacier blue eyes stared at you from a nearby tree. Jack Frost leaned on his staff with crossed arms and smiled as he watched you play. The innocent were always his favorite.More Like This
You ran along the edge of the forest, kicking up snow as you went. The whiteness around you was like a world you never experienced before. Wanting to see more than what was in your yard, you gazed into the forest behind you. Your mother had always told you to stay on the property, but you thought a peek wouldn't hurt.
Glancing through the window, you made sure your mother was busy cooking before you quickly made your way down the steep bank and into the forest. As soon as you reached the bottom you knew you'd made the right decision. It was white all around you, exc
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You whipped the reigns clumsily, yet it was all the reindeer needed before they thrust themselves forward, the jolt of the sleigh causing you to stumble and throwing you off your footing and you would have fallen had it not been for the hands on your shoulders pushing you upright. You threw a grin over your shoulder at the fairy as she settled back in her seat, returning your smile with a sweet curve of her lips. Forcing your attention back to the icy run ahead, you allowed a shaky breath to escape your lips as the reindeer charged forward.
“Ah, crud!” You cried to yourself, whimpering slightly as the sleigh ploughed vertically up the wall and then back down, past pillars of ice and over juts of glistening blue, excited shrieks soon tumbling from your throat as adrenaline pumped through your veins.
“(y/n)! You need to pull that lever!” Jack’s voice sounded loudly from behind you, eliciting a confused exclamation from you.
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It’s the first day of winter. You flew from household to household, making sure families get the warmth they needed from their fireplaces so that their winter memories are filled with warm, fuzzy moments rather than cold, bitter ones. But of course, you weren’t really focused on your job; you’re looking out for Jack Frost. You’ve only first saw him on the last day of winter a year ago, but that was enough to burn his cute, carefree face into your mind. You’ve long heard of the name, but never imagined that such a notorious name could be matched with such a handsome face! You’ve waited patiently for the next winter, thus, and this time you’re determined to get to know him.
As a gush of chilly wind rushed over you – with a signature oak aroma – your heart fluttered and you scanned the skies for any sign of Jack.
Sure enough, Jack was soaring in the sky, an air of playfulness around him as he seemed to be having the time of his
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The sun is rising: deep orange, trembling at the horizon. You sit on a snow-covered field at the top of a hill facing a quiet little town, as you always do when you needed time to slow down, when you needed to figure things out. Beyond the town is the sea, a seemingly brilliant sand of amber at dawn. You’ve always loved watching the sun’s ascend at the break of dawn; seeing the sun’s rays caress the sleepy town, you could almost hear life stirring awake as the early risers started their morning routines. This winter morning, though, it appears that most residents of the town decided that a little more sleep is the best way to battle the morning chillness. There are times when, watching the sun rise, it felt as though the new day at the break of dawn could truly offer a fresh start, free from the troubles of yesterday.
You find your mind straying back to the kiss from yesterday; touching your lips, you could still feel Jack’s cold lips on yours. You laugh at your
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Chapter 46: Risky Reunion
"Everyone in the sleigh!" shouted North when everyone was ready to face the Nightamare King. Not really face him but… prepare for what may come. Jack, standing beside you, was leaning on his staff while staring at the Easter Bunny with a mischievous grin. Too early to annoy Bunnymund don't you think?
You nudged him by the shoulder and the winter spirit glimpsed at you with a smirk on his face. "What? I'm not doing anything." He reasoned with a light chuckle.
"That's the problem. You're not doing anything but you're staring at Bunnymund with your sly, cunning grin." You muttered and Jack raised his brow with a grin.
Ashen was feeling nervous. Not for her but for everyone. You, Jack, the big four and especially her friend, Jef Wynter Frost.
Your son noticed this and Jef reached out a hand while signing her to take it. Ashen obeyed and everyone went in the sleigh.
North's wicked, oldie, according to Jack, upgrade
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Chapter 45: Sweet Moments
It's official. Ashen will meet his dad tomorrow and everyone was not sure if they did the right thing. Your son was already asleep in Ashen's room. She asked him to stay with her until she fell asleep but Jef didn't realize he dozed off. You're peeking at the door, and saw the two kids. You smiled sweetly and gently closed it.
"Going to sleep?" asked the winter spirit and this made you jump a bit.
"Jack!" you said gently, "Don't startle me like that!"
The young guardian chuckled and walked towards you. He cupped your cheeks and planted a kiss on your forehead. He stared in your eyes and frowned. Jack slowly rubbed your cheeks while you closed your eyes to feel his soft touch.
Jack went in your room with you, to give you company or to ask questions. You thought about the latter. You stood in front of the window and stared at the bright, full moon. Jack sat on your bed and laid his eyes on you.
"I can't believe it
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Chapter 44: Cheer Up
"What happened?" North quickly asked after Jack put you in bed in your room. Everyone wanted to know that question. The two kids, however, was guarded by the Tooth fairy in your son's room. Bunnymund, Sand and North waited for Jack's , the winter spirit faced them and breathed deeply for luck.
"It was Pitch." Whispered Jack, "But he's not alone." He added and they all gazed at each other.
"What do you mean he's not alone?" asked the Easter Bunny with a curious look on his face, "Who's with him?"
"Him." Responded Jack and rested his staff on his shoulder. "Pitch brought him to help him." He said trying to make the situation more complicated.
"What?" they all said in unison.
"They're two Pitches, alright! Two!" shouted Jack forgetting you're sleeping.
The three guardians' eyes widened in surprise and fear. They stared at the winter spirit then, the Sandman and Bunnymund passed the gaze to the leader.
"Pitch copied himself?"
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Chapter 43: Light Inside
The climate become colder. Not cold of winter but cold of darkness. In front of you and Jack were, not just one but two, Pitch. You clutched your weapons tighter as well as Jack. Two of them were smiling weirdly at you. Jef touched Ashen's hands and put her behind him while you and the winter spirit were in front of them.
"Surprise?" the two Pitch said in unison and laughed evilly.
"This is bad…" you whispered.
"Yes… bad for you not for me… Oops… I mean us." said the other Pitch.
"So… which one of you is the future Pitch?" you asked tying to stay calm while analyzing the two of them. "I see… you made a alliance of yourself." You mocked and grinned.
Then you see something else. One of them was wearing a locket, golden locket like Ashen's. Your lips curled into a relish grin and pointed your weapon to the Pitch who has a locket around his neck.
"You… you're the past Pitch
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Chapter 42: Sleep Walking
Jack came into your room and you shot him a furious look. He raised his brows at you, acting innocent, and closed the door behind him. He walked close to you and nipped your nose with a chuckle. You shook your head and pushed him away.
"What? What did I do?" he asked with a grin.
"You tell me!" you yelled angrily while pointing at him.
"Ok, Ok!" he said with his palms up. "I talked to him. So what?" he admitted and didn't take his stare at you.
"So what?!" you yelled but managed to calm yourself. "You know what… nevermind."
"That's better." He added and smiled but it faded when you glanced at him. "Or not…" he muttered.
You sat on the chair, near the window, and rested your elbows on your knees with your chin in the palm of your hands. Jack stood beside you and leaned on his staff. You felt his eyes on you so, you turned and gazed at him. The winter spirit's pale face blushed as he looked away. You gigg
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Chapter 41: Final Decision
"No! I say we put Pitch's daughter away from Pitch! What if this is a trap?" Bunnymund scolded but you didn't bother listening to his unhelping ideas. You can't blame him either. Ashen is the Nightmare King's daughter after all.
Everyone, including you, have been thinking for a long while what to do with Ashen. You took a glimpse outside through the window and saw the bright full moon. You lips curled into a smile as you stared at it.
"I think… we need to get Ashen to Pitch." You said sedately. "I mean… If MiM told Ashen to find his
"If it's true…" muttered the Easter Bunny.
"Seriously. What's your problem with her? Spit it out Bunny…" said the winter spirit it a rather irritated tone. "Come on… what's your problem with Ashen."
"Oh… I don't know… maybe because she's the Boogeyman's daughter, didn't you realize that? I know she's just a kid but I still have doubt
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Chapter 40: Ashen Meets the Guardians
Jef was waiting alone in the living room while the guardians, including Jack Frost and you, were talking to the Nightmare King's daughter. Your son have been thinking about what Ashen had said lately. About the name and everything. Suddenly, Jef realized that she mentioned his name. Jef Wynter, and didn't know how she knew that.
"I have to clear my head…" he whispered and took a stroll around the place. As usual, the yetis are busy making toys and presents for boy and girls around the globe. Jef grinned as he observed them and the annoying little elves.
The winter spirit's son took out his flute and stared at it. He tried to see his last name but he can't. It was still blur. He groaned and put it back in his shirt.
He now has doubts about his name. Jef Wynter Frost. The dream he had last night was not the first. It was always the same dream but he didn't tell you that.
"Should I ask her?" he told h
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Chapter 39: Kids Talk
The big four including Jack Frost and you were talking privately in North's main workplace. Your son and Ashen waited in the living room, guarded by two Yetis. Ashen stared at the mystical creatures the whole time. This was the first time she had seen a yeti. Jef gazed at the girl and the yetis afterwards.
The winter spirit's son nudged Ashen but the Nightmare King's daughter didn't realize it. The boy chuckled and he shouted the girl's name in her her.
"Ashen!" the girl jumped back and lightly punched Jef's shoulder.
"What's that for!" she exclaimed furiously and shot the boy her an angry look.
"Woah… that mad look is so, so good…" said Jef and this made the girl to laugh.
"Blah, blah…" muttered Ashen with a grin and looked away.
"So…. Can I ask you some questions?" inquired your son while playing with his hands. "I- if you don't mind that is…"
"Oh… OK… depends on the que
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Chapter 38: Naughty Or Nice
The girl stared at you for a long while as well as your young son. You knew that Jef already knows about this. You put your weapons down and gazed at your kid. You noticed that he was holding the girl's hands.
"She's Pitch's daughter alright but that doesn't mean that she's as evil as his father." Reasoned Jef while looking at you.
"How'd you know?" you asked furiously and glimpsed at Ashen.
"I don't know… I don't know yet but she's just a kid. Don't judge her that easily."
Jef was becoming matured at this situation. You sighed deeply and gazed at the winter spirit behind you. He smiled and walked towards you. He leaned closer to your ear and whispered, "Don't you think that we should take her to North?"
You breathed deeply and said to your son, "Jef…" you whispered, "I want to talk to her first… please…" you pleaded and Jef nodded and stood aside.
Ashen didn't want to let go of the wint
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Chapter 37: United
"We don't have to pass the yetis." Said the winter spirit's son as he put down the little girl. Jack stared at Ashen for a while and decided to put ice handcuffs around both of her wrists and ankles. Jef on the other hand, understood why.
"What do you mean we don't have to?" asked the young guardian and observed North's castle.
"There's another entrance and I'm sure only elves and maybe two or three yetis are guarding it." Continued the boy and pointed at the opening that leads to where the sleigh is.
"See that? We can go there without being seen. We just have to be careful though. It's a small cave leading to North's PARKING." He said and laughed when he said the last word.
"Wai- Ho- how did you know that? I can't even see it from here? And how come you know there's an opening there and- and… Nevermind… " stammered the winter spirit and his young son chuckled.
"Yup, you wouldn't understand even if I told you.