So, until I'm happy with the final part, I'll start of with the first part of it and then go from there.
This story features one of SylentNyte's favourite pairings, namely that of William x Xana.
Digital Feelings Part 1: Prologue of A Beginning
Deep within Lyoko, in the 5th Sector known as Carthage, the digital menace called Xana sat brooding and planning, bits of bytes of information and data swirling around it as it reviewed all of the current progress and failures in it's plans of world domination.
By now it's should've already been in control, especially with all of the power it had at it's disposal.
But as usual, with every scheme and attempt it had made, there was always one mayor obstacle standing in it's way: the girl Aelita and her group of friends from the real world.
Fall to pieces
The elevator slowly drifted down the elevator shaft of the factory. Sissi couldn't even begin to understand what she was seeing. She thought this was an old run down factory, but to her surprise it was full of life. The lights and power seemed to run on the inside, it even showed signs that someone had been cleaning it lately. There was truly more then meets the eye.
The elevator stopped in front of a large vault like door. Sissi glanced at the size of the large metal object. "How could anyone fit this huge thing down here?" she wondered. Then, she suddenly noticed the camera at the upper left corner of the door.
"Um, is this OK that I can see this, Odd?" asked Sissi.
"Its too late for that, I'm afraid," Odd replied.
"Why did you bring her here?" a voice said.
Sissi looked around for the source of the voice. There was no sign of any person or a speaker.
"She helped me. And she already knows about Aether... we got no other choice," Odd replied to the voic
Aelita sat in her bedroom upset, sitting on her bed with her knees drawn in close to her chest. She had been like this ever since Yumi stormed off after Jeremy earlier today, except now the teardrops on her silk blankets were almost completely dry. What had she done that angered Jeremy so? Maybe he thought that she was purposely trying to make him jealous? Or maybe it was something she had no control over? Either way, the memorable events replayed in her mind like a skipping record player, and like it or not she could not remove the needle.
Through all her depression, Aelita heard a knock on the door. She refused to lift her head, rather, she didnt move at all. She simply called out, Who is it? with an upsetting tone and waited for a reply. Right now she didnt really care who was behind the door, for no one could remove the pain of being snapped at by someone she thought she cared deeply for.
Jeremy ran through the hallway of the hotel floor. Close behind him was a virtual Aelita, still clutching the System in her grasp. They looked around for a possible way out. Then, he noticed the elevator at the end of the hall. It was beeping, which meant that something was on its way up. The numbers on the elevator pinged as the elevator arrived on the very floor the two teens were on.
Jeremy looked around for a possible place to hide. He noticed the door to hotel room on the left was wide open. The original occupants must have fled when the battle started. They ran into the room. It was a large hotel suite with multiple rooms and a bar; the type of room a rich person would rent out.
As soon as the two teens jumped into the ro
E X T R A C U R R I C U L A R A C T I V I T E S
Jeremy Belpois had just made a terrible mistake.
Quickly he jumped up from his desk and looked out the window. As he feared, someone was already coming for him. From his 2nd story dorm window he could just barely see the suspicious man stepping onto the college campus, but even 3 years after his last heroic escape, Jeremy's instincts were still sharp. The Dean had offered to purchase him his own computer several times, but Jeremy had always refused, preferring the reliability (and security) of his personally enhanced laptop complete with satellite up-link to the super-computer. It was easy to pick up in a hurry, he never connected it to anything except equipment he'd made himself. He took only a few more things: his backpack, his wallet, and anything else they might use to identify him.
Somehow they'd managed to break through his firewalls and trace him to his college, he'd been searching inside the
STRONGER AFTER ALL
Las Vegas, The Las Vegas Strip.
A loud siren squalled through the streets of the infamous Las Vegas Strip. The sound echoed through the entire Strip as a large series of police cars and fire trucks rolled down, single file in a straight and tight line. The presence of the convoy attracted the attention of many pedestrians.
"Attention, please. All civilians are ordered by the city government of Las Vegas to evacuate the Las Vegas Strip immediately. This is not a drill. I repeat, this is not a drill." an officer said on the loud speaker of a squad car.
The last to pull on the boulevard was a series of dark vans with four letters in large white lettering on their sides. They came to a halt. The rear doors flew open and several members of the Las Vegas SWAT team poured out. They were armed with sub machine guns, shotguns and sniper rifles. They quickly and neatly moved to their locations.
"Sigma leader to Omega, Alpha and Epsilon. Sigma taking far e
Burying his more petty jealousies into his
The Wolf At The Door
It was a usual Friday afternoon. In the shopping district the sidewalks were crowded; even hot weather did not discourage people from doing shopping. Here and there, gridlocked bumper to bumper, stood taxi cabs a
The Journey Home
New York City, New York
High air humidity combined with exhaust fumes from many vehicles that honked and roared in gridlock created a coat of grey smog above the buildings. On the ground, thousands of people were walking around the streets, from formally dressed businessmen and police officers to a variety of New Yorkers of different ethnicities and professions. Many of the people were bumping into one another in a hurry or screamed obscenities towards each other. Some beggars were sitting on the sidewalks and asking for change; most of the time pedestrians passed by and averted their looks. The trash cans and dumpsters on the streets were filled with large amounts of trash; litter lay not only in the gutters, but covered the areas around them. Homeless were digging in them in search for anything they could sell.
Xervix stood on top of the Empire State Building. Chaos, Atlas and Tartarus accompanied him. The four Titans were observing the city that spread be