Finding My Way Back to You: Chapter 6Disclaimer: I do not own Final Fantasy Tactics; I write this for your enjoyment only.Finding My Way Back to You: Chapter 6 by Elly3981
Chapter 6: A New Journey Has Begun
All about Izlude was darkness, an ebony gloom that spanned from one horizon to the other.
He whirled, frantically seeking some point of light to guide him to safety, yet all he saw was the same impenetrable shadows that rose on all sides. He called out for help, yet the only reply was the forlorn echoes of his own voice.
Desperate, but aimless, he could only stumble along blindly, seeking the faint hope of escape.
He wandered on, for how long he could not say. Days? Months? Years?
He had no idea. Indeed, it was all he could do to hold back a rising tide of panic and keep putting one foot in front of the other.
Then, to his amazement, the darkness was dispelled in a burst of sudden radiance.
And, when he blinked away enough lingering
Moon's Story (Part 1)Moon's Story (Part 1) by solarkittygirl
Moon paced around the halls of the Organization XIII base, her arms crossed over her chest and her lips drawn into a pout. "I'm booooored," she groaned. "Why isn't there anything to do around here?"
Larxene sighed and rubbed her temple with her index finger and thumb. "Can't you play with her this time, Marluxia?" she said. "I don't have anything against her, but she gets bored of me way too easily. Why don't you two go play dress up or something like you usually do?"
"I would love to, but I would have to wait until later. I have to go out for a short while on Xemnas's order. Do you mind watching her until I get back?"
Larxene sighed and nodded, making a shooing motion with her hand. "Sure sure, just go ahead. She'll probably find someone new to play with in no time anyway."
"Oh you're just not giving yourself enough credit, Larxene," Marluxia said as he started heading for the door. "Just give her something to do so she won't be bored out of her mind."
"Fiiine. Just get back here befo
Chapter 3- Phantasms and Shadows DAChapter 3- Phantasms and Shadows DA by SassyLilPanda
Chapter 3: Phantasms and Shadows
The next morning, the sun shone bright through the star shaped window above Riku's bed. It's rays gently extended across his sleeping features. His silvery-violet hair lay spread out behind him, with strands and locks spilling into his face. Riku's eyes remained closed as he slowly awoke, his eyes twitching ever so slightly behind closed lids as the light teased his vision. Morning already? Riku rolled over onto his back and yawned widely behind his hand, raising them both to his face to rub the sleep out of his blue green eyes. He blinked twice before peering over to the window.
A warm breeze rustled through his room and the sounds of birds serenading the world with a morning tune could be heard surrounding the tower. With a sigh and reluctance to get out of bed, because the pillow was so soft and the blankets cuddly and warm, Riku pushed back the covers and sat up in bed, stretching his defined arms into the air above him and wondered absentmin
Kingdom Hearts: Seeking a Way- Chapter 2Kingdom Hearts: Seeking a Way- Chapter 2 by SassyLilPanda
Chapter 2: The Mysterious Tower
"Ughhh," Riku grumbled loudly. "How long are these flights of stairs? Is he seriously all the way at the top of this thing?" An hour earlier, they had finally arrived at the Mysterious Tower, home of Master Yen Sid and parked their Gummi ship behind the tower and out of sight. For at least an hour now, or maybe even longer as it seemed to Riku, they had been tromping up a lengthened flight of steps, leading to the very tops of the crooked tower.
"Stop complaining, Riku and keep moving," Mickey scolded the young man gently as he marched up the steep, winding staircase alongside him. "We'll be there soon enough." Riku sighed as he continued his way up the steps, his legs starting to feel achy and tired from the constant upward movement. "I used to climb these stairs everyday during my training," Mickey said thoughtfully. "I would have to do chores for Master Yen Sid during my apprenticeship, and would carry two heavy, wooden buckets full of water up to the