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Grand Priest X F!Reader: 34. The Revealed Plot
Note: This was planned before it was revealed Cus was the oldest angel. So here she is the youngest.
Thank you Andrea for betating my fics. You will never know how grateful I am
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“So this is really going to be your last baby?” Marcarita asked you with a bit of skepticism, but perhaps just a bit of relief. Sitting in the garden while drinking ice tea while spending time with Marcarita was a nice treat. Your children had been so busy lately that you rarely saw them nowdays.
You patted your stomach.
“Yep, I think this is it. I think I have enough children on my hands.” Your daughter sipped her tea, before adding another teaspoon of sugar in it.
“Honestly, I’m glad.” Marcarita admitted. There seemed to be relief in her voice. “I think you have enough on your plate as it is. I think maybe it is time to enjoy your golden years.”
You gave a teasing smile.
“Am I truly getting that old?”
“Maybe.” She teased back.
At
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Grand Priest X F!Reader: 33
NOTE: This series was written before it was revealed Cus was the oldest angel.
The other siblings were also lost in the same situation as well. Vados repeatedly tapped her staff, but to no effect.
“No, this isn’t working.” She was starting to get frustrated, and so were the rest of the beach group. All were finding their magic to be useless.
What was going on?
It was so strange to be without magic. Even the ever calm siblings like Colada, Awamo and Whis were secretly starting to get anxious. It was a very discerning feeling. They relied on their God ki so much, and to have it taken away, was almost like removing the claws of an animal.
It was removing their only form of protection and comfort. It was a very disconcerting feeling. Later, some of the more self aware ones would later reflect that they had been given the taste of what mortals felt everyday. The mortals that they let their Destroyer’s kill without the slightest protest or even a blink.
But it wouldn&
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Grand Priest X F!Reader: 32
Thanks Andrea for betaing.
Note: This fic was written before the birth order of the Angels were revealed, so Cus is not the oldest here.
The Grand Priest listened, hiding all anxiety, when the Princess told him about her encounter with Annake. He wasn’t sure what exactly to make of it, but he knew one thing. Annake had somehow sensed a need to interfere with his plans, but not enough to make moves to stop it.
At least not, yet. Annake would only do so much. In theory, she could stop him at that moment, but in her eyes that counted as a want.
Annake would let the course and free will of both mortals and gods to play out. She would only do  what was needed.
That was her way. He found a bit of comfort in that in that. But there was another disturbing implication. What did Annake want with the Princess? Did he somehow see her as a weak link in his plans? Especially considering what he planned for both of them?
He couldn’t know the desires of Annake-who did? In the end, the
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Grand Priest X F!Reader 31
As always, thanks to Andrea for betaing.
NOTE: This AU was made before it was revealed Cus was the oldest and the birth order explained.
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Over the years, you had simply come to accept your children’s role as the guides for the Destroyers. However, you always prayed they would refuse when they came of age, but so far none did. They always took the path of the siblings before them. It seems there was almost perfect timing as well. When one of the eighteen universes finally needed a Destroyer, one of your children was considered responsible enough to become the Angel of that universe. Actual age didn’t matter much amongst the gods, more of the personality and dedication of duty.
But in the end, you couldn’t deny it was for the best. Over time, you had seen the Destroyers put far more destructive worlds and mortals in their place before they did anymore harm.
So far the system seemed to be working pretty well. All the chosen Destroyers seemed to be responsible and of sou
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Grand Priest X F!Reader: 30
Thanks to Andrea for betaing
NOTE: This AU was made before it was revealed Cus was the oldest and the birth order explained.
Over time, you felt yourself growing more and more apart from your role as a death goddess as you became a mother of more and more children. It wasn’t that you abandoned your role. No you still did it to the best of your abilities, and understood the importance of it, but at the same time you were inwardly starting to resent it somewhat. Since it was taking time away from your children.
Sometimes you wondered if the Omni-King perhaps intentionally made you more of a mother figure, since that had been your original duty. Perhaps you simply weren’t meant to be a death goddess? To this day you weren’t sure if the Spear of Redemption coming to you was an accident or fate.
In the end, you suppose you would never really know. If you hadn’t found out by this time you probably would never know the truth
But in the end, you decided, that wasn
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My Aunt's dog-Decs- SO FLUFFY! by rosemaiden92 My Aunt's dog-Decs- SO FLUFFY! :iconrosemaiden92:rosemaiden92 1 1
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Grand Priest X F!Reader: 29
I have mentioned it before, but at this point in the story their will be more and more time skips.
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NOTE: This AU was made before it was revealed Cus was the oldest and the birth order explained.
Your world was now Awamo. Much to your joy, the Grand Priest had agreed help you get enough time off as possible to spend time with your child.
He was such a good and precious baby. Of course, you hadn’t been around many babies to start with, but you were pretty sure (like most mothers) that you had the best baby ever.
He always seemed to have such a bright smile on his face, and he loved to toddle around when the time came. You were just so happy to follow him around outside, as he explored the world around him. You loved taking him out to the garden, to the library to look at pictures, or even off world on occasion. You just loved spending time with Awamo.
In the back of your head, you had a fair bit of guilt. In many ways, you were now neglecting, or at least with getting away with a
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ZamasXReader Oneshot: Hellfire
Thank you Andrea for betaing
Beta Maria. You know I am a righteous man Of my virtue I am justly proud.
His distaste of Gowasu had been slowly festering inside him for a long while now. Ever since he had come to see the world of mortals and their despicable ways. Why just watch and ‘nurture’ such barbarians with little regard for the gods much less each other.
But now he had reason to hate his mentor, not because he showed him something he never should have. Something that inspired a feeling he had not even been able to feel.
Et Tibit Pater
Gowasu had brought him to the center of such filth under the disguise of the vermin themselves.
“Perhaps being among them will make you understand them better.”
As if it was possible being around the filth wouldn’t make him love the maggots anymore, but he silently obeyed his mentor, as they traveled to a simple mortal town.
They were having a festival.
It was as disgusting as he thought a mortal gathering
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Whis X F!Reader Holiday Special: Part 3/Finale!
Thanks to Andrea for betaing!
And just to make it clear this is the finale for the Holiday special not the WhisXReader in general. That will be going on for quite a while.
You stared down onto the remains of the cake scattered on the floor. The universe had yet to answer your prayers to swallow you up.
You saw a pair of familiar shoes in front of you, you hesitantly glanced up to see Whis offering you his hand. He just smiled at you. It wasn’t quite mocking, but at the same time not quite reassuring. He was obviously amused by this.
You felt your cheeks become hot, as you took his hand, as he helped you up. You manage to keep what little dignity you have by not tripping over the ruined cake.
When you were on your feet, you felt the staff tap and in an instant you felt your clothes, skin, and hair clean of that cake mess.
“Thank you.” You whispered. In the background, you heard Campari did the same thing, cleaning up the rest of the mess.
They kept apologizing and apol
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Angel Dairies. 1
Thanks to Andrea for betaing
Okay, I actually wrote this a WHILE ago, but I was afraid of publishing it because of how different it is from my usual stuff, but I got the courage to.
It was so frustrating to find the Angel names. The DBS wiki changed the spelling of their names, and I had to go through DA to find the old spellings.
Really politically incorrect humor here. So TRIGGERS apply
Trigger: Jokes about non-consent, drugs, alcohol, and generally politically incorrect stuff, and all sorts of things here
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I regularly get blazed with people who fight crime in skin tight clothes, are obsessed with pose coordination, use an attack called “Rear Naked Justice Choke”, and appear out of rainbow smoke.
Basically gay Power Rangers.
I’m eating an entire package oreos, and I am on my third beer while watching “My strange addiction” with a woman who eats cat hair.
And I’m in an off and on again open relationship with a killer clown.
Fuck, someone fix my lif
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Grand Priest X F!Reader: 28
Thanks Andrea for betaing
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NOTE: This AU was made before it was revealed Cus was the oldest and the birth order explained.
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There was death everywhere, and for the first time in a very long time it bothered you. You looked around at the pitiful refugee camp that had been set up on this small satellite.
Only a little more than a hundred survivors where here. All had lost everything. They were like walking corpses. Their eyes were tired, very tired, and red. Some where still crying, but others just said nothing. Not a single word.
The camp had been hastily set up with most of the survivors sleeping on rough floor cots, often sharing them with others.
Food seemed to be in short supply, and the only substance provided was cheap gruel that made you nauseous just looking at it. Most of the survivors seemed to have only have the clothes on their backs, but you doubted they cared much.
They had lost everything. They had no home, they were the orphans of the universe, and there was no doubt t
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The next few years were peaceful and joy filed. Later on in a time far from now you would think of these as some of the happiest times of your life, but as most people, you wouldn’t realize it until it was long passed.
Things fell into a pattern of working with the other death gods, your own duties as a goddess, and your relationship with the Grand Priest.
Over time, the Grand Priest gave you far more and more free reign over your decisions on whether to redeem mortals or not. Some days he wouldn’t even join you, but he would always look over your report and give commentary over what he thought.
But you couldn’t help but dread his, rare, criticisms of your work.
The free days were spent happily with the Grand Priest, as you explored different worlds together. You saw so many beautiful and breath taking sights. You saw forests that were so high that they nearly touched the atmosphere of their planet. Waterfalls that cut over jeweled mount
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Note: This was planned before it was revealed Cus was the oldest angel. So here she is the youngest.

Thank you Andrea for betating my fics. You will never know how grateful I am

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“So this is really going to be your last baby?” Marcarita asked you with a bit of skepticism, but perhaps just a bit of relief. Sitting in the garden while drinking ice tea while spending time with Marcarita was a nice treat. Your children had been so busy lately that you rarely saw them nowdays.

You patted your stomach.

“Yep, I think this is it. I think I have enough children on my hands.” Your daughter sipped her tea, before adding another teaspoon of sugar in it.

“Honestly, I’m glad.” Marcarita admitted. There seemed to be relief in her voice. “I think you have enough on your plate as it is. I think maybe it is time to enjoy your golden years.”

You gave a teasing smile.

“Am I truly getting that old?”

“Maybe.” She teased back.

At that, you waited a bit till she sipped some more tea.

“I think after raising all of you I deserve some grandchildren, and considering that Belmod clearly likes you...well...”

At that you were rewarded with Marcarita nearly choking on her tea.

You started laughing.

“MOM! It isn’t like that!”

You continued to laugh a few minutes until it just became chuckles.

“I’m sorry. It is just so clear he wants to be with you.”

“Whatever.” She mumbled, not making eye contact with you.

A more thoughtful expression crossed your face.

“I suppose that I just wanted to see you happy and with someone you that makes you feel that way.”

There was a noticeable redness on your daughter’s pale blue cheeks.

“Mom, you sound like a mortal mother.” She admonished. “You’re a goddess. You are going to be around forever. I don’t need to worry about stuff like that.”

“Maybe, but-”

Before you could finish your conversation, suddenly you had a new visitor.

“Oh, Whis!” You started to get up.

“Don’t, Mom. No need to get out of your comfortable position for me.” He walked over to you, eyes wide. He reached down to touch your stomach.

You smiled at your son. He had grown so tall. It was always concerning to see your children grown, but at the same time proud.

“Mom, says that will be her last.” Marcarita told him. Whis mouth widened for a moment. Then it changed into a teasing smile.

“Oh, so we’re not going to have another little baby running around? Oh, how fast the world changes. It will never be the same.” He said in mock  sadness. “But in all seriousness, I think it might be good for you to rest now. Eighteen children is a lot. Besides there are no universes left.” He added before laughing again

It’s almost like you planned it.

Those words echoed in her mind once again. She felt an unusual unease. Why was this bothering her so much? This didn’t make sense.

“But back to the reason I came here.” Whis’ words pulled you out of your thoughts. “Did you know that the Dragon Balls have finally been finished? Zalama finally finished them and got the patten today. They are actually going to be brought here this afternoon for the Omni-King to see.”

“Oh, that sounds so exciting! Are they really the size of planets?”

“Yes, indeed. There are rumors about there being much smaller ones made for different worlds, but these will be the original ones. Can you imagine getting any wish you could possibly want?”

You shook your head.

“I already have all I could possibly want.”

Whis smiled back at you.

“So do I. I wouldn’t be able to think of a wish.”

Marcarita nodded.

“Neither could I really. I don’t think gods have much use for things like that. Perhaps mortals?”

“I suppose.” You added in. Then a thought came. “I pray no one uses them for evil purposes.”

Then Whis looked serious for a moment.

“Well, I suppose that eventually some evil being will.” He said matter of fact.

“And we can’t do anything to stop it.” You folded your hands. “I do sometimes hate the rules about not interfering with mortals.” You said with a sigh.

“That is how Annake made it.” Whis simply stated. He gave no emotion to it, as he sat down.

“May I have some tea?”

“Of course.” You said, as you poured him a cup. “By the way how is…”

You spent a wonderful afternoon with your two of your children just enjoying their company and gossiping about the latest news in the universes.

Little did you know this would be the last time you would enjoy a situation like this for a very long time.
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A FEW HOURS LATER
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All those thousands of years ago, when you felt the first planet being destroyed you thought you had experienced the worse pain possible.

But no, you felt closer to death than at any point in your life.

You were screaming and tossing, as you felt like the life force of your body was being drained away. Everything was on fire. Your body was like it was being torn into pieces.

What was going on?

You felt yourself being rushed to your room by the Omni-King’s guards. You laid on the bed in panic and sweat.

Something was wrong.

Something was terribly wrong.

“Where are my children?”

You weren’t sure what brought up that question. Perhaps it was just a mother’s fear. But something was urging you to find out the status of your children.

“Where are my children?” You repeated, as the pain got worse and worse. They didn’t answer again. Between the physical pain and your fear you were rapidly losing patience.

“WHERE ARE MY CHILDREN!”

The guards looked at you and then at each other. Finally, one gave its rare spoken words.
“Six universes have been destroyed.”

“What….?” You couldn’t believe it.

“Where are my children?” You repeated. “Are they there?” You couldn’t breathe. It felt like your heart had stopped beating as you waited for an answer. Seconds seemed like an eternity each.

The guard once again spoke.

“The children in those universes were also destroyed.”

You felt your body chill to the bone. You couldn’t breathe and you couldn’t move. You could barely even think.

You felt dead.

You wanted to be dead.

“No! They aren’t dead! Show me my children bring them to me!

You tried to get up, as you were thrashing madly against the guards. In the end, you had to be restrained.

“Calm down, your Highness. You have other children still alive.”

The guards rarely spoke or interacted with anyone else. So their bedside manner was non-existent.

“NO! I want my children! I want all of them.” You demanded again

You weren’t crying. The water just rushed from your eyes mixing with your sweat. You felt as though you were going to die.

A part of you were hoping you would.

You didn’t want to live in a world where any of your children were dead.

Then you felt a sharp pain in your stomach.

“AH!”

“Damn, her hysterics has caused her to go into early labor.”

Between the pain from the destruction of the universes, and the death of your children, the labor pain proved too much to bare.

You passed out right there.
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You were in a haze as your memories were dulled, as you dreamed. You dreamed a deep sleep. You knew it was a dream, but you also knew this was more than a dream.

You felt no emotion. You were drained from it in reality. And something else was dulling your sense of pain.

“This is what you need to see, and what you need to know.”

Came a long familiar voice, but you couldn’t place it at the moment, and you really didn’t care too.

A foggy vision came before you. You saw the Grand Priest and the Omni-King in the throne room. You didn’t even try to speak. You simply watched.

“There are so many universes.” The Omni-King looked over his board of the universe. “So many fights getting out of control. It is getting hard to follow.” A frown came over him. “I’m sick of so many.”

He slumped back.

“Well, there are quite a few of them. Probably more than there needs to be.” Concurred the Grand Priest. He had a very strange smile on his face. One that you couldn’t recall every seeing him with in the thousands of years you had known each other.

“I want less.” The Omni-King spoke in his usual kid-like voice. Full of childlike ignorance and unaware of the scale of destruction he was suggesting. You couldn’t quite be angry at him for this. You had known him long enough to know such thoughts could come into his head.

But the Grand Priest would put an end to it.

Wouldn’t he?

“Then perhaps you should have less then. Maybe it is time to reduce the size, after all, so many create such a big mess.”

“Big mess.”

You wanted to scream, but nothing came out of your throat. You wanted to run, scream, or  anything. What was the Grand Priest thinking! This wasn’t like him. He wouldn’t so casually destroy so many lives. He was too responsible and practical for that.

This was an insane dream.

An insane lie brought on by stress.

This wasn’t real.

There was no way this was reality.

“It is almost like you planned it.”

The voice repeated in your head.

You felt horror fill you as you watched your creator fly into the air with his hand raised, as he let loose the power of destruction.

You were a prisoner to fate. You willed your entire being to scream stop, but it was useless.

You looked down, as you felt the blast.

What was going on?

Why would the Grand Priest do such?

Perhaps if you had looked up for a moment. You would have seen his mournful smile. You would have seen the hidden tears in his eyes. The look of utter loss.

But you didn’t.

So you never saw it.

But would it have really made a difference if you did?

Who would ever know?

Finally, the vision went to white. You regained your voice and your fear. You fell to the white space and  began to weep.

“Why? This has to a be a dream. A nightmare. A silly nightmare I had. Yes! Yes!” You cried through the tears. “This is all a silly nightmare. I just need to wake up.”

“I showed you what I needed to show you.”

You turned around to see a vision you hadn’t seen in a long time.

“Annake.”

She stood there. Wild hair, torn patched dress, and foliage all on her. But gone was that joy you had seen in her.

She looked at you. Her eyes were full of sympathy.

“You saw the truth. I do not deal in lies or fairy tales. I do only what is needed.”

You scooted away, still on the floor. You didn’t want to believe it. This couldn’t be real.

“The Grand Priest had plotted this from the start. The moment you were born this was destined to happen.”

She looked closer into you. She looked so apologetic at this.

“In fact, this was the reason he wanted you to be born. The reason he suggested your creation to the Omni-King.”

“What are you talking about? He loves me and our children! He would never hurt us.”

“That is part truth and part lie. You need to see both.” She shook her head in regret. “Right now you are the only one who can change the course of the fate the universe is heading too. Remember the Spear, the one I choose you for. It can make the way you need.”


She waved her hand, and your vision blurred. Suddenly, you felt yourself in physical pain, but also heavy. You tried to move your body, but couldn’t. Your body felt like it weighed so much. You tried to wiggle your fingers, but even that was difficult. But finally you managed to focus your vision. It was like your body was fighting to still stay asleep.

You finally made out the figure of the Grand Priest. You wanted to speak, but once again your body refuse to give into your wants, so you simply had to lay there.

He was over the crib of your newborn child. You tried to move again, but you couldn’t. You wanted to see the new baby, so badly. But something stopped you saw. You saw the Grand Priest materialize a single piece of white string.

But that wasn’t string. It was hair.

And it came to you in an instant.

That was Annake’s hair.

You wanted to demand what was going on, but you couldn’t. So you were forced to just watch.

The string descended into the forehead of the newborn babe. Confusion filled you. It was becoming too much to handle.

What was going on?

Then you felt a wave of energy throughout the room.

Something ancient, old, and powerful. Something related to Annake.

Once the power resided, you felt the heaviness lift.

“What is going on!” You screamed out, no doubt startling the Grand Priest. He looked over you with surprise.

“Dear, I’ve been informed you heard the news of the Omni-King’s decision.”

Your body was weakened from both physical trauma and the spells that Annake and the Grand Priest put on you, but as a powerful goddess in your own right, you were quickly recovering.

You manage to sit up with a groan.

“With the decision you helped him make!” You were shaking with anger. “I saw it. Annake showed me.”

At that, all pretenses of surprise and innocence vanished. Anger and fear were there now.

“Damn her.” He muttered.

“Why did you kill them? You killed our own children!” You were trying to get up, but you moved too fast. You ended up staggering and falling, half kneeling on the floor.

The Grand Priest rushed to help you up, but you swatted him away.

“Don’t touch me! Tell me why you killed our children!” Tears were streaming down your face. You were an utter mess inside and out.

A very serious expression came of his features. He had given up any pretenses of lying to you.

“Our children aren’t dead. I made sure of this from they day they were born.”

“What?” You were caught between relief, anger, and confusion. You weren’t sure how to make sense of the world anymore.

“I used Annake’s essence to bind them to the Supreme beings. The six children that were destroyed had  their souls bonded with the Supreme beings at birth. They are now Supreme beings at the moment.”

You fell back. You were now horrified. Your children were now cosmic spirits who couldn’t feel or you could even see. You would never see them again. They were still dead in your eyes.

“But why? Why would you do that?”

“Listen to me, Princess. Just listen. This isn’t as bad as you think. Our children are special and they have my blood and yours in them. That makes them extremely powerful. With me they have their fighting prowess, but with you they have that connection to the Omni-King. As guides they are connected to both the Supreme Kai and the Destroyer. They are magnificent.”

“What the hell does that have to do with anything?”

“You see they are the perfect candidates to be the corporeal vessels of the Supreme beings, and eventually bring order to the universes and make it better for all of us. Not just our family, but the entire universe.”

“What are you talking about?” You felt yourself gain some semblance of control over your emotions. At least enough to hear him out.

“Ever since you were created you never stopped asking questions about the world and mortals. I never expected it. I found it strange, but also a bit charming.”

He smiled slightly at the memory for a brief moment.

“You see what shape the universes are in. You see what terrible horrors the universes suffers from the gods to the mortals, and it is due to the limit that Annake placed on us. Look at the Destroyer system! Do you really think for a moment that I think that is the best solution? Do you think it is the most moral option? No!” He cried, his emotions starting to play on him.

“The thing to do is to stop this violence from happening in the first place. If we replaced the Supreme beings with our children then slowly we can overpower the Omni-King.”

He placed a hand over your lips before you could protest.

“Let me finish. It will not be permanent. Once all our children are one with the Supreme beings, we can make them corporeal again. Each will have great power, and through our blood we can rule over this universe as a family. We can make the dream world of mortals and gods you always dreamed of. We can stop this endless cycles of violence, terror, and destruction. If we just wait.”

You were silent for a few moments as you processed the insane things you were hearing.

He reached out to take your hand. You slapped it away.

“I don’t want to rule beside a man who would sacrifice his own children! Not even for a moment! You suggested my creation to the Omni-King! You did something that would make me want to specifically give you exactly eighteen children! You just used me! I was nothing but a pawn to you. You don’t love me or our children!”

His expression turned to the closest thing to shame for a moment.

“At first, yes. I won’t lie to you. I saw you as something amusing. I thought of you just as a silly little Princess that I could puppeteer to my will. I thought nothing of the idea of loving you. It was never in the plan. I don’t know if I planned on loving the children or not.”

The worse part was that he sounded so sincere, but you were past believing anything he had to say.

If you had any tears left, you would have been sobbing. But now it was just stoned faced acceptance.

“But my plans didn’t work out. Over time, I got to know you. You were naive and a little silly, yes, but at the same time I began to become fascinated by the curious, intelligent, sincere, and kind woman I got to know. Slowly, over time I began to love you. I do love you, and I love our children. Princess, I love you more than anything.”

He touched your face, this time you made no outward protest.

“In the end, we will all be together. It will take a long time, but our family will be free of the Omni-King and all restraints of the gods. The universes will be ours, and you will rule beside me as Empress of all Creation.”

He stroke your cheek.

“Please, Princess. Just wait.”

You grabbed his hand and forced it away. With what little strength you have left you managed to stand up.

Your entire life had been a lie. You weren’t created to be a playmate, but a pawn. A pawn to help take over the universes with. He saw your use straight from the start. He saw you having children to be his key to the throne. You were born just to be his broodmare.

“I’m leaving. You used me. You treated me like a pawn, and worse you treated our children like pawns! You want to hurt them! You want power. That is all you want. Your first love is power, not me! If you really cared for them, you wouldn’t do this.” You turned on your heel.

“I’m going to the Omni-King right now and I will put an end to all this foolish plot. Then I’m going to leave this place, and you better hope I never see your face again.”

You shrieked in pain, as you felt your wrist being grabbed and your body being snapped back to the other side. The Grand Priest seized your other wrist. He had never been physically violent with you before.

“Ah, so is this another side of the true you?” You spat at him

“Do not take that tone with me.” He hissed. “I thought that you would be reasonable. I thought that you would understand and maybe you need time, but it you will see this is the best way.”

“I’m going to the Omni-King, and then I’m leaving you!” You struggled in his grip but it was useless.

Suddenly, a whirl of power came over you. You felt a sickening feeling in your throat, like you were about to throw up.

“You feel that. That is my code on you. I made it impossible for you to tell the Omni-King or anyone else of this plan and-”

He suddenly jerked you toward him. He released one wrist to cup your cheek.

“-you will not leave me. I will have you at my side either as Empress or my prisoner. It is your decision.  I trust in time you will see reason and learn this is best, but until then this code will be on you.” He then looked directly into your eyes with steely and ice cold determination.

“There is no place you can go that I won’t find you.”

Then he released you. You staggered back. He looked to the door and walked away, slamming it. He never looked back.

It was only after he left that you realized Cus had been crying.
-

Damn it! Damn it!

What had he done? All these countless years, and this is what it had built up too! He had worked so hard to groom her into accepting whatever he would do. He had spent so much energy on making her dependent on him to the point of no questioning.

Perhaps he should have known better. He had seen her intelligence and her moral convictions before, and he had seen her unconditional love for their children.

The love he had nearly ruined.

Damn it, why did he have to say what he did to her? All the sudden he just got so possessive. The idea of her leaving him had sent chills down him. He never been more scared or hurt his entire life. He had never even considered the Princess leaving him!

He had loved her to the point where the idea of separation only caused pain in both body and mind. He wished he could take the words back about being a prisoner if she refused, but he couldn’t.

Because it was the truth.

The idea of losing her forever was too much to bare. He would never let her escape him.

He admired the irony for a moment that instead of her being the dependent one, it had reversed. Now, he was the one who couldn’t live without her.

Oh, Annake must be laughing at him.

But he did think that eventually she would see reason. She would understand why his plan was the best. Not just for him, the universes, or the mortals, but them.

Their entire family.

It was for the best.

Yes, it was all for the best.
-

You were curled up in a corner in the fetal position. You could hear Cus crying, but you couldn’t will your body to move.

Did you even have any will left?

You couldn’t tell anyone. You couldn’t grab your children and run. You yourself couldn’t even just run away.

You were under this curse and you were doomed to watch all your children slowly die or become one with those things.

No!

You would protect your children. You had too. Even if it would cost anything.

The Dragon Balls!

A vague plan formed in your head. You had to act quickly though.

With energy you didn’t have, you got up and walked over to the cradle of your youngest and last child. You gave a regretful smile to her.

“I don’t know what is going to happen. I don’t know what I’m going to do. Really, I have no plan, and there is no way to tell you how sorry I am, little baby.”

You leaned down to kiss your newborn’s forehead.

“But I hope. I will see you again and be able to save you and all the others. Because that is what a real mother does. She gives up everything for her children. Any woman who would do less isn’t a real mother. So please remember that I love you. I love all of you. I want to stay, but that would be selfish. I have to save you”

A teardrop of yours fell on the infant’s cheek. It mingled with a the smaller tears of Cus or a moment, before disputing into the sea of tears.

“If possible, remember I love you. I’m sorry for all of them, but I will to see you again. I promise we will all be together someday, Somehow!”

You forced yourself away. You knew if you looked at that child again, you wouldn’t do what needed to be done.

You went to one corner and took the Spear of Redemption. Without looking back, you went outside.

You had to find the Dragon Balls and quickly!
Grand Priest X F!Reader: 34. The Revealed Plot
I was going to wait till later this week to post it, but in the end I couldn't help it. Maybe two chapters in a week will make up for my long hiatus due to writer's block.

Here it is the plot revealed. While the story has changed over time, this was the plan all along from the very first chapter.

Next chapter will be the last. I hope to have it up by this weekend.

Real Life Note: I'm watching "Once Upon A Time" with my mom. I saw it when it first aired and kept up with it on and off. I have a friend who is a fanfic author in that fandom, and she's told me the ending, but I'm watching it anyway. My mom is really getting into it. She wasn't sure at first. Her favorite character, so far, is Snow White/Mary.

I really love Ginnifer Goodwin's pixie cut! I am actually considering getting a pixie cut myself
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NOTE: This series was written before it was revealed Cus was the oldest angel.


The other siblings were also lost in the same situation as well. Vados repeatedly tapped her staff, but to no effect.

“No, this isn’t working.” She was starting to get frustrated, and so were the rest of the beach group. All were finding their magic to be useless.

What was going on?

It was so strange to be without magic. Even the ever calm siblings like Colada, Awamo and Whis were secretly starting to get anxious. It was a very discerning feeling. They relied on their God ki so much, and to have it taken away, was almost like removing the claws of an animal.

It was removing their only form of protection and comfort. It was a very disconcerting feeling. Later, some of the more self aware ones would later reflect that they had been given the taste of what mortals felt everyday. The mortals that they let their Destroyer’s kill without the slightest protest or even a blink.

But it wouldn’t be a lesson learned, exactly. They still understood their place in the universe, and the death of mortals was simply the price that had to be paid to keep that ever afflicted balance of it. The Angels were just lucky to have been born on the right plane.

But none were thinking that far ahead at the moment. Besides there was bigger problem. Without magic they didn’t know exactly where they were at on the miles long stretch beach. While not as unlucky as their other siblings, on the mountain hike, they still were not used to finding their own way without magic.

And like all people in desperate situations they look to a leader and that was Awamo.

“Mm, quite curious. Quite curious, indeed.”

“Is that really the first thing you are saying?” Popped in Mead. She never was able to keep her panic and anger in check in situations like this. She always seem to swing to emotional extremes. Just a few minutes earlier she had been having, what seemed, like the time of her life in the water. Now she was the most irritated person in the room.

“Calm down, and let Awamo think.” Came Whis, the voice of reason. Despite his young age, he was one of the voices of sanity in his family.

“I say that going into a panic and being upset isn’t going to help us.” Came in Makkora to back up Whis.

Mead didn’t look happy at the advice to keep her calm, but to her credit she didn’t say another word. But she did tap her foot and fidget her hands quite a bit.

Cognac placed a gentle, but firm, hand on Mead’s shoulder. She felt more at ease at that. Cognac seemed to be the only of her other siblings that could get her to relax. Silent, strong, and gentle; that was Cognac.

Awamo didn’t seem to be bothered much by his younger sister’s outburst, but then again, nothing seemed to disturb his calmness. No one could remember him ever being really angry or upset about anything.

Looking back, they were by far the better off group. Most of their members had cooler heads than their siblings on the mountain hike. Despite the shock of losing magic, most members were able to keep a level view.

Another stroke in their luck was that they had found out later that their magic wasn’t working. They were too busy having fun in the water.

So when a beep was heard it turned out to be the best possible person.

“Campari?” Asked Awamo when he answered the strange talking device that Campari had given him. Most had rolled their eyes at Campari making a communication device. They had magic after all, but now nobody would complain again.

“Do you have magic?”

“No, and by that question, I’m assuming your party doesn’t.”

Campari asked a few questions about what their location looked like, especially the trees and fauna and landmarks they could see. The other siblings were confused and a bit annoyed by these questions, but no one said a word. They just let Awamo patiently answer.

“Ah, I see.” The questions were finally done. “Stay right where you are. It will probably take a better part of an hour to reach you. But it won’t be dark.”

With that the call ended.

“How does a bunch of stupid plants tell him where we are?” Whined Mead.

Awamo seemed to be unaffected by her tone.

“Because sand is very harsh to plants. There isn’t much moisture to get nutrition, so it takes really hardy plants to grow here and then it takes special circumstances for even that. Between that and the landmarks he should be able to find us with relative accuracy.”

“All that just by plants and nature?” Colada spoke, quite impressed. It wasn’t spoken by the others, but all couldn’t help but also be impressed and also guilty. Guilt from all the teasing they gave him. Some were a little less guilty of it, but at one point they had all joined in the bullying.

“Yes, just by nature.” Awamo turned to his siblings and smiled. “Don’t worry for now. Just play in the water. I’m sure Campari can get us back to mom and dad, and they can tell us what is going on.”

There wasn’t really a choice, so the siblings did so.
-

Within less than an hour, he had come with the others.

“Let’s wait till the stars start showing.”

There was an audible whine from some of the other siblings.

“Listen.” Campari said firmly before any other whining could begin.  “I charted the star map of this planet before leaving and studied it a bit here. I know the star pattern that should lead us home. Don’t worry it isn’t like it is pitch black before the stars start showing. Everyone just do as I say.”

He spoke with more confidence and firmness than the other siblings had known him to do.

It seemed what was a hurdle for them seemed to be a moment of growth from Campari. He seemed to almost be shielded by any comments or negative emotions that would usually make him shrink.

He simply sat next to a camp fire, as he held his staff. He smiled slightly as he watched the embers.

No one spoke for a bit, all looked at each other, not sure what to do.

But then Marcarita stepped forward.

“Campari, how do you know this?” She bit her lip in hesitation for a moment. “Why did you take such an interest in stuff like this when you had magic? Like...the rest of us.”

Campari seemed not to hear her for a moment, but then he turned his head to her, still smiling, and then up to the sky.

“I envy mortals on this. They get to have the mystery.”

“Mystery?”

His gaze focused on the slowly emerging stars.

“Yes, the mystery. The mystery that is science. Many mortal cultures see the stars, sun, and moons like gods. They worship them, but not all. Some want to understand the stars. They want to know where they came from, how they work, and countless other things. That is called science. Gods don’t realize how boring it is to know the answers to everything.”

“Boring? But we have magic?” Pina spoke. “Magic isn’t boring.”

“Maybe for you, but not me. I wish I didn’t know about the Supreme beings and the first gods. I wish I could study them, figure it out on my own, and learn. Science is a big adventure. I love going down to mortal planets and talking to their scientists just to see how far they are coming. They are learning and growing at a rate that makes me proud. They do make mistakes, but that doesn’t bother me. Having the ability to make them is wonderful. It means they still have so much to learn.”

He paused for a moment.

“My lab is important to me because it is something I learn on my own. I get to see the mystery of making a robot or experimenting with chemicals. It is better than just waving a staff and just getting what I want. Because I earned it.”

He then looked at them.

“I know you tease me for being in that lab instead of training, but I don’t regret it. I look forward to uncovering more and more mysteries. The ones I can as a god. I want to keep uncovering mysteries. Science is mystery, but you know, science isn’t just the only mystery. “

A strange look passed over his features.

“Every branch of learning from science, literature, medicine, history, philosophy, and countless others is a gateway to another world of mystery. If one just takes time to set down and learn it. It doesn’t matter if you are a god or a mortal, poor, or rich, educated or not. Everyone can learn. Everyone should find a mystery they are passionate about and learn it about it It uncovers so much. You don’t have to go to a special school for it. There are so many ways of learning.”

He gave that strange look again.

“You laugh at me for my interest in science, but I always pitied you in truth to be just satisfied at the power and knowledge you were born with. It always struck me as incredibly sad.”

A whiplash was felt over all the siblings. They were getting a taste of their own medicine after all these years of tormenting poor Campari. He was right. No one could deny that, and tonight proved it.

Marcarita walked up and without a word she gave a bow.

“I’m sorry, Campari. I never did think about science and learning like that.” Damn, this was so hard to admit. This was the heaviest blow to her pride she had ever faced. But to deny it would only make her look like a fool.

“It is forgiven.” He said without a hint of malice or pride. He wasn’t rejoicing his siblings hurt pride. He was just happy they finally understood.

“Campari?” Spoke Mead. “Can I come into your lab sometimes? You know and see what you make in there.”

“Of course, you can even help if you want.”

Her eyes sparkled at that.

“You know maybe I should read those dusty novels that mom always has laying around.” Marcarita slightly muttered

“I was interested in the religion of Planet Oyster’s people. Maybe I can go back and ask questions.” Cognac thought out loud

“I kind of liked how you studied the plants. Mom has such a big garden. I think she could teach me some things. Maybe a garden would be nice at my Destroyer’s palace.” Ventured Colada.

“Yes, you all do that and more. I could help you with all your research.”

At that the siblings all smiled at one another.

Then a slow clap was heard in the background.

“I think that is a fine idea.”

They all turned to see their father. Their mother followed shortly after.

“I see my little plan worked in the end.”

Nearly, all mouths dropped.

“You did this?”’

“How could you, Dad?”

“What kind of a joke was this?”

The Grand Priest simply held up his hand in a signal for his children to stop talking. All obeyed without protest.

“To teach you a lesson. I could tell that many of you had grown proud on your powers. It is true that as Angels we are the strongest race in the galaxy, below the Omni-King. But I wanted you develop beyond that. I wanted Campari to teach you all the importance of expanding your outlook. I didn’t want you to keep yourself only limited to magic and your own power. Also to humble you a bit as well.”

He gave a slight smirk at that.

All the siblings gave a collected sigh.

Their mother let out a slight giggle.

“Oh, don’t tell me you didn’t learn anything.”

“Yeah, we did learn a lot.” Admitted Marcarita. The other siblings had to agree as well.

“Well, then I think you earned your powers back.” The Grand Priest manifested his staff. With a single tap, the siblings felt the power explode through their bodies. It was such a rush of power and good feelings and it was such a pleasant feeling to be full again.

“Well now, that is over. Let’s go home and eat.”

No arguments there.
-

He watched as his children laughed and smiled at each other. They were getting along better than they had in quite a while. It felt so good to be by his Princess and the children they had together.

It was a wonderful feeling, but he couldn’t let it get in the way of his plans. No, this wouldn’t last, but it wouldn’t be gone forever.

His children would be upset and angry at first, but in the end, they would understand. They had too. They were family, and in the end they had to be together no matter what he did.

Right?

Surely, they would forgive him in the end?

A thought came to him. What if he didn’t go through with his plans? What if he just kept this going and lived with his family peacefully under these circumstances.

No, he had come to far for this. He had waited too long, and worked too hard for this. He had to do it. It was for the good of everyone in the universe and his family.

One day they would see it was for the best.

One day.

They just had too.
-
MANY YEARS LATER
-

You patted your pregnant stomach.

“You know I think we’ve had enough.” You told him with a tired smile.

“Eighteen children is a lot.” He answered back with his own smile. “I agree if that is what you want. I can understand that the last several thousand years of child raising has to get tiring on the body.”

You looked down.

“I hope that doesn’t make me horrible to get tired of children.”

“No, it doesn’t.” He argued lightly. “Most women don’t want unlimited children. It is perfectly natural.”

You smiled at him easily.

“Thanks for understanding.”

“No need to thank me.” He went up to touch your stomach. Lightly feeling for a kick of some kind.

A thought came to you.

“You know with eighteen you have a perfect number to be angel guides of every universe.”

A look of surprise crossed his features. Then a laugh followed. You gave a little giggle as well.

“It is like you planned this.” You tease. “Did you?”

“Perhaps I did.” Humor was in his voice. He turned “I have to go now. Take time to rest.”

You nodded, as he left. You fell back into the plush bed. Ready for some needed bed rest when a thought echoed in your mind.

“It is like you planned this.”

The thought kept repeating and repeating.

Eighteen was the exact amount needed for every universe, and now that you had your eighteenth you wanted to stop.

“It is like you planned this.”

No, that was a silly thought. You brought up children in the first place and you were the one who decided to stop now.

“It is like you planned this.”

Despite willing yourself not to and making logical arguments in your head it still kept repeating.

‘It is like you planned this.”

Probably just hormones going crazy. You reasoned. But as you laid down to get some sleep the thought kept echoing.

“It is like you planned this.”
Grand Priest X F!Reader: 33
Sorry, for the wait it took. I wrote this a week ago, but life happened and it got pushed back
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  • Watching: My Hero Academia
Watching on and off for about half a year, I finally finished what many considered the greatest shonen anime series ever. If not one of the best anime series period.

So what is there to say? 

Well, what CAN I say that hasn't already been said? It has been praised to the high heavens for many good reasons. It is an excellent anime with memorable characters, great plots, good action scenes, and surprisingly deep and well thought out philosophical and political topics thrown in.

I actually prefer this over a lot of shonen I've seen. It has that those shonen genes, but it adds so much dept and character. The Chimera Ant arc is one of the most intelligent and beautifully written plots I've ever seen in anime and well...anywhere including; live action tv, Western cartoons, Literature, film, ext.

I don't think I'll ever forget those characters. I also got an anime OTP out of it. Canon one, though tragic.

I totally recommend it to you if you are into Shonen!

Now, I'm off to watch "My Hero Academia" and then finally see "Card Captor Sakura" Subbed. I saw the American abortion version of it as a kid, but now I want to see the original Japanese version. As a lover of Magical girl shows, I can't skip it.
  • Watching: My Hero Academia
Watching on and off for about half a year, I finally finished what many considered the greatest shonen anime series ever. If not one of the best anime series period.

So what is there to say? 

Well, what CAN I say that hasn't already been said? It has been praised to the high heavens for many good reasons. It is an excellent anime with memorable characters, great plots, good action scenes, and surprisingly deep and well thought out philosophical and political topics thrown in.

I actually prefer this over a lot of shonen I've seen. It has that those shonen genes, but it adds so much dept and character. The Chimera Ant arc is one of the most intelligent and beautifully written plots I've ever seen in anime and well...anywhere including; live action tv, Western cartoons, Literature, film, ext.

I don't think I'll ever forget those characters. I also got an anime OTP out of it. Canon one, though tragic.

I totally recommend it to you if you are into Shonen!

Now, I'm off to watch "My Hero Academia" and then finally see "Card Captor Sakura" Subbed. I saw the American abortion version of it as a kid, but now I want to see the original Japanese version. As a lover of Magical girl shows, I can't skip it.

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