|Mavis, Lapis, and Aisling: We are the Fairy Sisters. And we're going to find the fairies!|
Legend of the Seven Lights, Chapter 24, Part 2“So we meet at last, do we?” The friends faced ahead. Spotlights lit up a stage, and five figures appeared. Some of them were familiar.Legend of the Seven Lights, Chapter 24, Part 2 by gamewizard-2008
“’ey! It’s…” Sheila pointed.
“Prepare for trouble, you annoying worms.” Giovanni smirked.
“Make it multiple like thousands of germs.” Specter followed.
“To protect the universe from ultimate doom.”
“To decorate it just like we would our room.” Mr. Dark said.
“To rise above the average big-lug bullies!” Plankton perked.
“To carry everything on our pulleys!” Nefarious continued.
“Giovanni.” “Specter.” “Mr. Dark.” “Plankton!” “Doctor NEFARIOUS!”
“Team Gnik, going faster than the speed of light.” Giovanni said.
“Surrender now, or be destroyed by our might.” followed Nefarious.
XANA appeared on a screen, then zapped onstage with his teammates in a second. “
Legend of the Seven Lights, Chapter 24, Part 1I’ll be honest, I had qualms about making the Star Train battle this early, but now I’m glad I did! This was a pretty fun chapter to write!Legend of the Seven Lights, Chapter 24, Part 1 by gamewizard-2008
Chapter 24: Power of Teamwork
Solana; Star Train
An exciting brawl was taking place within Star Train’s living room. Mario vs. Snake vs. Ike in Super Smash Bros. Universe. Because those were the characters Yellow Monkey – Specter’s chubby, net-pants officer with questionable sexuality, Dennis – Plankton’s hired bounty hunter, and Flint Vorselon (see earlier chapters) were playing as. The clash was heated and exciting, but in the end, Mario was supreme victor. “No fair! You cheated!” Dennis accused.
“Ohck, out-RAGEOUS!” Yellow replied cheekily, swaying his body and passing Dennis a flirty smile. For the moment, we’ll decide it’s a ‘he.’ “My qualities are inherited, they’re naturally given! Excuse ME if you’re a sore lo
Legend of the Seven Lights, Chapter 42Hokay, guys, here begins the first chapter of the second half of Seven Lights, opening with the Art Saga! We’re gonna cool down from all the crazy action that happened last time; there’s plenty of time for crazier action later. A1Z26 Cipher. (Yes, Bill’s still trolling us. ;3)Legend of the Seven Lights, Chapter 42 by gamewizard-2008
Chapter 42: That Dream Again
“Hello?” Mary Goldenweek called to no one. She was all alone in a dark, violet hallway, lined with many odd paintings. “Is anyone here? April?”
She walked forward, echoing the halls with the sound of her shoes against the solid floor. The corridor seemed to go on for infinity. She wondered where the exit was. It just seemed to grow darker and darker. Then, she reached the end. There was a painting hanging on the wall. It depicted a sleeping man, with lavender hair, a dark blue jacket, surrounded by blue roses, and holding one to his chest. “Who…Who’s that?”
“I have no idea.
Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to a prequel story of the Gameverse Saga (actually, this is just a trailer)! This story, Fairy Sisters, is a crossover between Fairy Tail, Steven Universe, Secret of Kells, as well as other series. This takes place 6,550 years in the past of my series. Enjoy!
Planet Avalar; Red Lizard Orphanage
It was a warm night in Tenrou Valley, but cloudy. The orphanage was an hour from serving dinner, but its young residents were active. Red Lizard was a very poor, but diverse orphanage, consisting of humans, Elfins, giants, ogres, any type of child left parentless for whatever reason. The bigger kids were mean to the little ones, and the orphanage’s staff did little to control them. One of the children, an alien girl with blue skin, bare feet, and a blue dress was sweeping in the corner with a morbid expression. She looked 12 years old, but Lapis Lazuli was about 2,000, having retreated to this planet some centuries ago. She had a beautiful Lazuli Gem strapped to her back.
“Hey, Lapis! Lapis!” She ignored the 3-year-old yelling at her. A little girl with black hair, tan skin, purple eyes, wearing an orange dress and white boots. She was Zeira Lizard, the daughter of Lord Jezelf, the orphanage owner. “Lapis! You missed a spot!”
Lapis rolled her eyes, knowing the same response would come. “Where?”
“YOU!!” Zeira chucked the glass of orange juice at the older girl. “Hahahahaha, hahahahaha!”
Angered, Lapis grabbed the orange off her body using her waterbending, splashing it against Zeira. “…Waaaaaah, WAAAAaaaah!” The toddler began crying.
“Is that my baby girl?! Zeira, what’s wrong?” Lord Jezelf Lizard hurried in and picked up his daughter comfortingly. He was a bald man with a goatee.
“L-L-Lapis took my orange juice, a-and SPILLED it on me! Waaaaaahhh!”
“There there, sweetheart, Daddy will take care of this. LAPIS, clean up my daughter! And no using your witchcraft.”
He set Zeira down, and Lapis sighed with anger as she went to get a towel. She bent over to wipe the child clean—“NO!!” Zeira smacked Lapis in the eye. “Lapis is blue like she’s sick, she’s gonna infect me ‘cause she’s gross!”
“You have a point, Zeiry!” Jezelf grinned. “Alright, I’ll make the elves change you. Lapis, make yourself useful!” He threw a thick leather satchel at the alien’s head. “The ogres wanted more roasted Froads. Get huntin’ in the swamp!”
“I can’t go to the swamp, it’s too dark, I can’t even see the moon.”
“STOP MAKING EXCUSES or I’ll make you work the boiler!”
Lapis huffed with anger and took the satchel, leaving the building and walking barefoot down the dirt road. Since the orphanage was short on money – rather Lord Jezelf was keeping it all for his spoiled daughter – footwear was deemed an unnecessary want, and he only bought shoes for kids he liked more. Lapis didn’t really mind, after 2,000 years, it felt good on her soles. Still, she hated being the errand girl just because she was more mature and had powers. I mean, why couldn’t the giants wrestle the Froads, it would give them an excuse to act like the “big shots” among them.
A burning scent caught Lapis’s nose. She looked right. A column of smoke rose from a light in the distance. A house was on fire. Lapis dropped her satchel and rushed that direction, grabbing some water from the nearby river in her bending. As she kept running, she mended the water into arms, ending at giant fists. Once she made it to the small house, she threw the liquid over the flames and watched them disperse into steam. She moved the steam away with her bending as she entered the house.
A man and woman were down on the kitchen floor. As Lapis calmly walked forward, studying, she heard a chair rattle, looking down when a pair of eyes zipped under the table. Lapis crouched and looked under. A blonde-haired girl of 3 years, with oval-shaped, dark-green eyes – with no pupils – wearing a pink dress, and no shoes, looked at Lapis with fright, like Lapis was about to kill her. “Who are you?”
The child stuttered and whimpered. “M-m-m-m… Mavis.”
“Mavis? Come on out, I’m not gonna hurt you.” Lapis held a hand under.
Mavis hesitated. She didn’t know if she could trust her. She very weakly reached her hand. Lapis gave her an assuring smile. Mavis took her hand, and Lapis gently pulled her out, standing at full height like a helpful older sibling.
“Could you tell me what happened?”
“I…I dunno. I was running around outside, and when I came back, Mommy and Daddy were… asleep. They were cooking, but then the house got on fire, s-so I hid. C-Can you please help them?”
Lapis smiled and nodded warmly. She extracted any remaining water and molded it over her hands, letting the liquid glow a mystic blue while her gem did the same. She searched the father’s fallen body. She moved her hands over the chest, the arms, the neck… “I…I don’t understand.”
“What?” asked Mavis, who was otherwise entranced by the glow of Lapis’s gem.
“I’m not feeling any physical injuries.” Lapis checked the mother, laying her ear over her heart. “They weren’t cut, punched, drowned, smothered; these soot marks from the fire are minor, but they fell beforehand. Were your parents sick or something?”
Mavis shook her head. Lapis looked at the blonde mother with a solemn frown. She sighed, stood up, and turned to Mavis. “I’m sorry. I really don’t understand why, but… they’re dead.”
Mavis stared with emotionless green eyes. She looked down. “Okay.”
“?” Lapis raised a brow. “Aren’t you… upset?”
“Of course I am. But I wanna meet the fairies.”
“Uh-huh.” Mavis looked up. “Mommy and Daddy taught me about fairies. They’re magic things, like me.”
“You have magic?”
“Uh-huh. And I can make light. That’s why Mommy and Daddy said I should never cry. Because lightbenders don’t cry. And fairies don’t like crybabies. I wanna meet the fairies. They sound fun.”
Lapis smiled softly. She got to her knees and put a hand on Mavis’s shoulder. “My dad used to tell me about fairies, too. But he said they only come to kids who are upset, or sick. They live in the ocean, so they’re summoned by the falling of tears.”
“…But… Mommy said they live in stars. And I’m a lightbender, and stars are light, and I’m magic, so…so fairies live in stars.”
“Hmhm, you’re not making any sense.” Lapis chuckled.
“Yes I aaaaammm!”
“Well, in light of the circumstances, I’ll give you this one. But, Mavis… just because you cry, it doesn’t mean you’re a ‘crybaby.’ I’m sure the fairies would love a girl who loved her parents. If you loved your parents, you would cry for them.”
Lapis bended more water, and formed them into wings on her back. She turned to show her backside to Mavis, flapping the wings. “Call me your fairy.” She turned her head and smiled. “Summoned by your tears.”
“…” She stared wondrously at the girl’s wings. …The 3-year-old began to sniffle, then cry. She hugged and soaked Lapis’s legs, the taller girl patting her back. With her bending, Lapis collected the fallen tears and formed them into watery hearts. She placed both hearts on the parents’ chests.
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