Monday, August 20, 2007

My KH Fanfiction

Here's chapter one for now. I'll post more next week. This was made last Sunday when it was raining outside and i had absolutely nothing to do.
The red-head let out a sigh as she stared out the window. It was another boring Sunday with rain. She sat on a couch with her head resting in the palm of her right hand as she watched the water fall. Her father was out helping a friend, so she was stuck all alone to do nothing. Her hazel eyes fell to the floor as she got up and began to pace, her long red hair following every step. She had beaten kingdom Hearts last week, so now she had nothing to do but pace and think. “If there was one place I could visit right now, it would be Destiny Island.” She thought with another reminiscent sigh. The girl had watched every video she could find on the Kingdom Heats not released in the US and had beaten both games that were. The more she played, the more she longed to go to that fictional world where hearts collide. She had often drawn pictures of what she would look like there and what her story would be. Now, on this rainy Sunday afternoon, those thoughts came back to her.
“It’s so unfair.” She thought, “Why do all the cool worlds have to be fictional?”
With that, she headed for her basement to replay the first Kingdom Hearts. A deep rumble of thunder overhead told her the storm was getting worse. She shook her head and turned on the game. As the menu screen popped up, she selected “New Game” and watched the opening sequence. “I’ve been having these weird thoughts lately.” Sora’s voice said, “…like, is any of this for real… or not?”
A loud roar of thunder startled the girl from her focus on the screen as a huge lightning flash followed in quick succession. She was plunged into darkness as the power was cut. “Great. My only entertainment gone.” She said miserably.
“Don’t be afraid of the darkness.” A voice whispered.
“Who’s there?” she asked.
“You don’t have anything to fear, Kaiya, embrace the darkness.”
The voice sounded so familiar, but where was it from? Kaiya squinted into the hallway behind her, but couldn’t make anything out. It was like the words that spread across the screen with no voice to them in the first Kingdom Hearts. Out of nowhere, a cloaked arm grabbed her around the neck. “What? Let me go!” Kaiya shouted. The figure didn’t listen. Kaiya looked up at her captor, but a hood hid his face from her. “Organization XIII?” Kaiya whispered with a gasp. Craning her neck, Kaiya noticed an open portal a few feet from them. “Let me go!” she shouted, struggling to free herself. She suddenly felt something thrust into her hands, like a weapon. Without caring what it was, Kaiya struck her captor. He released her in a cry of pain and turned to face her again.
“You’re coming with me, conscious or not.” He said.
Kaiya paused for a minute, recognizing the voice, “…Axel?...”
The figure jumped back in surprise, but quickly regained himself. With a sigh, he pulled off his hood, revealing the spiky-haired red-head. “I see I don’t need an introduction.” He said flatly.
“’Course not! You’re the best member of Organization XIII!” Kaiya said, “You’re practically my homeboy!” She had often used that saying in front of her friends.
“Really? I’m so flattered, really, but I’ve got my orders and I intend to follow them.” Axel said sarcastically. “Now you’re coming with-”
“What?” Kaiya asked, wondering why he paused.
“Impossible…you…have a Keyblade?” he said in shock.
“What are you-?” Kaiya began, but then looked in her hand. The Fairy Harp, the Keyblade obtained in Neverland was in Kaiya’s hand. She was now even more confused.
Axel took this opportunity to grab Kaiya and toss her into the portal, quickly following after her. She suddenly thought of the videos she had seen. “I’ve got to get out of here before he comes back.” She thought, noticing Axel coming up. Kaiya jumped to her feet and ran away form Axel as fast as she could. “I’m not being a Heartless!” she screamed at him, noticing a portal ahead. Without looking back, Kaiya jumped through it and felt herself falling.

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