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She was deeply fascinated by them, large pink eyes watching each and every one of them fall.
The black sky, darker than the shadows in the corner of the room sprinkled an endless array of diamonds, clear and bright like the stars. Their small bodies melting into the earth and across pavement, surprised the little girl. "Oy, so you must be the new girl." A cheerful voice interrupted the quiet in the room. The girl ignored him continuing to watch the diamonds drop from the sky outside the window. "The sky, it's crying." The boy approached her also taking a peek outside then chuckled, "How do you know for sure, that it's crying?"

The girl furrowed her eyebrows together in confusion, "The word just came to me."

"I see. . .Number VII." A veil of blue bangs hid his piercing green eyes that were cold as ice, even he warmly smiled at the little girl. "It is rather interesting how you came up with that word, because of the simple fact-"

"There you are Number VII." Renox appeared in the hallway and walked over to them.

"Great, so you've met Xander." Renox shot Xander a glare in which Xander only smiled.

"Xander." Number VII looked back at Xander who still wore his false smile.

"Nice to meet you." The little girl shook his gloved hand slightly.

"Whose turn is it to name our new teammate?" Xander asked and was delighted to see Renox clench his teeth, "Mine." Xander still smiled pissing his colleague off even more.

"Have you come up with a name for her yet?"

Renox sighed and shook his head, "Wait. . . .Why didn't I think of this before?"

Kneeling down he touched the girl's forehead and a reddish light flashed from his fingertips. "What are you doing?" The girl glared at him finding herself that she couldn't move! "I'm delving into your memories in hopes they can give me some sort of hint of what your name once was. . . .So I can make up a new one from your original."

The girl relaxed and closed her eyes seeing shattered glimpses of what had to be fragments of her memories. "Luanne. . . .That was your original name." Renox said dropping his hand from her forehead. "Luanne?" The girl asked, blinking slightly.

"That's what I saw a woman utter at you, in one torn memory." Renox confirmed and stood up.

"Then what shall my name be?" The girl asked looking at him with expected eyes.

"Your name will be. . .Luxanne."

"My name is Luxanne. Not just Number VII. . . .I am now Luxanne." Luxanne stated and silently said her name over and over again to memorize it. Renox nodded, "Yes, Luxanne. . .It means graceful light."

Xander laughed earning another glare from the stoic Renox!

"Wow, Renox I never thought you would come up with a pretty name for the little girl. It certainly suits her." Luxanne blushed slightly at Xander's compliment.

"I-I was just doing my job!" Renox seethed then composed himself.

"We need to move out, the Witch finally saw whose been carrying a potential power that could threaten our master."

Xander raised an eyebrow, "Oh? And Master wants us to investigate this person?"

"Yes, we'll travel together and teach Luxanne some of the ropes so to speak."

Renox looked over to Luxanne who now had her face and hands pressed to the window watching the rain again. "The sky loves the rain." She whispered drawn to its pretty sight.

"And we get to do some sight seeing! . . .What world is this person in?"

Renox tugged Luxanne away from the window then opened a portal with a wave of his hand.

"We're going to the Castle of Dreams."

Xander felt excited, being trapped in this God forsaken place for long periods of time would drive anyone crazy! "Did the witch know their name?" The light hearted boy asked walking beside his darker friend.

Luxanne held onto Renox's cloak walking closely next to him.


"Ah, great name."

"Kero." Luxanne repeated, the name seemed to be filled with warmth like the light.

What's up with everyone?
No longer was she immersed in water but in pure darkness floating down within a mysterious world of stain glass windows that sparkled as though bathed in sunlight.

"Come to me if that is what you desire the most."

A woman's gentle voice whispered fluttering like butterfly wings across her foggy mind.

"Yes." Her heart whispered back, eyes slowly opening, body plummeting surrounded by pieces of stain glass. Long shiny strands of hair brushed the air as pieces of stain glass shards floated inches near her face when she gazed down at a big image etched in colorful glass.

The image was a girl with lustrous strands of pink hair flowing down her back in an elegant waterfall, her eyes were closed and hands folded in prayer. A beautiful white gown billowed like a blossoming flower around her lithe form. She was surrounded by a field of bright flowers, of many colors, their blossoms almost looked they were about to pop out of the stain glass masterpiece. An azure sky with fluffy white clouds shined brightly when the girl's feet touched the fragile surface. She peered down at the beautiful girl studying the mesmerizing work of art.

"Then let's begin the chain of events that I have foreseen."

The woman's voice from before made her look up to see no one there.

The stain glass window  where the girl stood, glowed brightly making her shield her eyes.

Opening her eyes she stared into a woman's face, dark wisps of shadow danced like smoke in an empty stark white room. The woman's hands held the sides of her face on her lap.

Golden moon shaped eyes with a hint of green in the center stared back at her.

Black wide-swept bangs framed her face perfectly while the rest flowed down her back passing her waist. The girl's head rested against the soft fabric of the woman's long strapless dress; black sleeveless sleeves adorned her arms and showed her bare shoulders.

Curling black shadows forming a portal slowly disappeared.

"Hello." The woman's shiny red painted lips cracked a friendly smile.

"Where am I?" The girl watched the last of the writhing shadows disperse into thin air.

"Inside my master's sanctuary."


The woman nodded, "The others will be eager to meet you."

A door suddenly opened revealing a tall figure draped in a black robe that was darker than the shadows themselves. The woman stood helping the girl up all smiles gone.

He too had golden eyes, eyes that for a second seemed familiar.

"I see she's finally awakened."

The girl squinted her eyes trying to see any facial features, it was impossible.

"She holds much promise." The witch smiled watching her master nod.

"Let's hope so." Turning to the girl in question, the mysterious man examined her.

"Since I saved you, you will be working for me from now on and will be known as . . ."
He paused thinking for a moment, "Number VII."

"Number VII."

The girl responded void of all emotions wearing a black hooded robe of her own.  

Her long silky orange hair traveled passed her waist line touching her legs.

"Do not make me regret my decision in saving your soul." The man's black gloved hand lightly patted her head then walked away. He stopped when a portal of swirling shadows appeared in the center of the room. "Ah, Renox, I see you got my message."
The young man looked at their master through a veil of black bangs, his piercing red eyes glimmered like sapphires.

His eyes landed on the new girl who looked back at him with a look of emptiness.

She noticed he had crimson streaks in his hair that seemed to compliment his haunting red orbs. A pink hue dusted her cheeks at how handsome he was, despite herself.

"Please welcome Number VII to the rest, begin her training, and then escort her to her new room." Their master's golden eyes pinned Renox with an annoyed look when his personal lackey didn't respond. "Yeah, yeah." Renox sighed, "But aren't you going to give her a proper name than just her number?"

Turning his head slightly, their master looked from the girl and back to Renox's own annoyed look. "That will be your job."

"Stuck with naming another one, Renox?" The woman smirked knowing she was pissing him off even more. The girl stood silently staring at the two of them.

"I don't have to respond to your annoying little games, witch."

Renox replied coolly walking up to them.  

"You just did." She gave him a flirtatious smile and took her leave.


Number VII held her hand out to the woman who saved her, but she already had left.

"Don't mind her, she's just a nuisance."

"Renox, what is her name?"


"Fuyuka." Number VII repeated rolling the name on her tongue.

"Fuyuka said I will meet the others."

"Yeah, this is going to be fun." Renox sighed hating his little side job.  

Number VII followed him out of the room and walked down a long hallway then rounded another corner and down two flights of stairs.

"Stick by me and do not get lost." Renox said, "That's the only rule I'm giving you for now." He turned towards her to see she had disappeared from his side.

"Damn it." He sighed, she was going to be a handful.
She blinked back the tears that rolled down her face and swallowed the bitter smoke. The flames from the explosion crackled licking up what was left of a man. Blood smeared the side of the road while the girl crawled away. Ignoring the searing pain from shards of glass in her arms and legs, she didn't stop till she had placed some distance between herself and his ghost. As much as she wanted to celebrate her momentary victory, she needed to find help. More tears ran down her face, "Mommy! Mommy! W-where are you and daddy? I want to go home!", falling to her knees the girl's petite body wracked with sobs.

A snapped twig drew her back to the smoldering flames in the distance. She broke into a cold sweat, her eyes went wide, her body stood spellbound against his glaring eyes. Eyes that made up her nightmares, orbs that were as cold as ice; they were the color of dark gray storm clouds. He eyed her with a malicious smile on his handsome face. Splotches of crimson stained his beautiful mess of white curls and ruined his rich clothes. A gun made her heart stop a look of horror twisted her beautiful features.

"I'll get your family's fortune. . . After I'm done punishing you." He sneered not anticipating what girl would do next. Bright sparks from the flames reflected from her eyes. Everything happened in one quick second. The girl zig-zagged across the earth managing to dodge a few bullets, all the while seizing a long glass shard in her hand. Gunshots rang throughout the freezing desolate place.

"Ahhhhh!" Her screams pierced the night sky. The girl's body fell limp; a sweet aroma of cherry blossoms
mixed with the scent if blood mingled air. Blood pooled out of her body forming a big pool blood. Her very life. The light blue ribbons that had once styled her long silky hair now lay next to her.
'Mommy. Daddy. Please . . .save . . . Me!'
The pretty cherry blossom petals was the last thing she saw before being stuffed inside a bag.

"Looks like I have to improvise." Her assailant's voice stirred her awake. They were on a boat in the middle of a lake. Before she could protest, he dumped the cement block that kept her chains locked tightly in place, and watched her fall into the icy water.

She struggled desperately trying to loosen the chains!
Bubbles swirled all around the drowning girl till she sank to the bottom of the lake.

"Poor little girl, it almost saddens me to see your end."

The voice ceased her struggling, bubbles escaped her mouth as the girl's bright eyes snapped open.

Did she just hear a voice whisper inside her head?

"A rich young life shouldn't end so early, wouldn't you agree? I can help by giving it back." Long strands of the girl's hair floated about in the clear water.

Bubbles floated from the girl's shiny lips, her exquisite eyes began to blur once more. His silky words mesmerized the innocent butterfly, she fluttered inches from his grasp. 'His voice is so kind and warm like papa's.' The girl thought fluttering her long lashes to stay conscious. 'Who are you? Why do you want to help me?' Her mind asked the silent watery world.

"Do you want my offer or not?"

The silky voice asked feeling the girl's world grow dark one last time.
So I was browsing Google just now, and stumbled across this, it is true, and I was face-palming the whole time on the huge amount of denial.

Despite the hate Kishimoto is still getting, mostly undeserving, and pairings out of the way, he did an overall good job with his manga.

As for these novels, I can't wait to see them!…

(sighs) When will certain (not saying all fans, just most) Narusaku fans just give it a rest already?


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fantasylover100 Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Heylloo :3
Snowflower--Chan00 Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2015   Writer
Hii glad you are liking my story so far! Idk how to continue it like exactly what worlds Miya and kero will go to. I was thinking of SAO but my friend said how illogical that seems to be, but fantasy sometimes doesn't need logic! That's the fantasy part!! There could be heartless inside a simulation game, if they can get inside a computer right?
fantasylover100 Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
They managed to get inside Tron's world in KHII so yes.
Snowflower--Chan00 Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2015   Writer
Ikr!!! But he's like Nooooooo!!!
That's bringing me down!!!
Serroco Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2015
Snowflower--Chan00 Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2015   Writer
:drool: THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! :glomp: 

Hey please checkout my stories!
Serroco Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2015
I have stories too!

Do you have Skype?
Snowflower--Chan00 Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2015   Writer
Sadly no.
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halogirl237 Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2015  Student Digital Artist
I have no choice but to block you No... 
RafaelGiovannini Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Thanks for:+fav: :)
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