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Jack/Pitch:Rise of the Guardians a Romatic Sequel Chapter 1: Late MeetingJack/Pitch:Rise of the Guardians a Romatic Sequel by WintryBerry
The skeleton bed was gone. Only a patch of darkened earth marked the place where Pitch Black, king of nightmares, had vanished. Jack Frost flew over the unmarked grave several times a day. It was between the small town he visited and the frozen pond he considered his home base. It would be a simple thing to go around, but that would be admitting that something about the place bothered him, besides, it was the most direct path. The half-set sun cast a sparkling glow across the frozen water. Even if most of the children could see him, they still went home to their families at the end of the day. Leaving him, once more, alone. Jack lay face up on the ice, hands behind his head and staff at his side. Mentally, he tried to remember the last time he'd been around someone who could see him and was close to his own age...physically at least, no human could match his life span. A soft noise echoed in the background, causing him pull out of his revere and sit up...
Echo- Chapter four"I'm telling you he gave someone a nightmare," Autumn said irritated looking from Nature to his sisters.Echo- Chapter four by MelissMySiss
"Who did he give a nightmare to leaf brain?" Sun asked smirking at the auburn haired boy. He was about to charge at her when Nature put an arm on his shoulder and shook her head.
"Well who did he scare?" Nature asked turning Breeze back to her.
Breeze pulled at the hem of his sweatshirt and looked into Nature's eyes, "It was that boy, that kid that Jack always goes to see."
"You mean Jamie?" April asked walking up closer to her brother.
"Yes that's the one," Breeze stated smiling then he started, "And we have to do something you know that Pitch went after that boy because of what he did nine years ago. He saved the Guardians. Who knows what he can do if Pitch uses him as a guinea pig to start a mass fear rampage."
"Well how is he gonna use one kid to do that genius?" Sun asked crossing her arms and glaring at her brother.
April spoke up, "It is entirely possible for Pitch to do a lo
Shine Ch 3Shine Ch 3 by Tenshiryuu
Chapter 3 Catch a Comet by the Tail
Leaving the little forested world behind, the Alnilam took to the stars once more. They could finally head home to the Eternal City, but even without interruption the trip wouldn't be swift. They were still in the Outer Reaches, and it would take several days, possibly even a week at full speed just to get back to anything resembling civilized space. After that, it would be another week at the very least before they reached the City. That was the optimistic estimate. Still, it was a giant leap in the right direction. If Koz had to see one more asteroid colony he was going to scream.
As it was, he settled for a loud groan instead. He was standing on the bridge, glaring daggers at the map projection. The Alnilam was about as far off course as it was possible to be. He couldn't even say they were in the middle of nowhere, because that would be an improvement. This was so far beyond Nowhere that it was bordering on Absolutely Nothing. <
Shine Ch 2Shine Ch 2 by Tenshiryuu
Chapter 2 Encounter
It was only a short jump to the little unnamed world for a ship with a functioning warp drive. The navigator hadn't been kidding about the “Small with very little technology” part. Even the planet's night side had very few lights to be seen, with the majority of them clustered around what was obviously one of the few spaceports. Most of the landmass appeared to be covered in deep forests. Oh wonderful. The Pirates would have their pick of hiding places. They could still get the faint reading of the other ship's energy signal, but it was patchy. Koz suspected that the heavy plant cover and varied wildlife were obscuring it.
The little world wasn't heavily populated with sentient life according to the sensors. There were scattered villages, but most of the readings showed wildlife. There was,occasionally, one other odd spike on the sensors that would appear from the forest below them, then vanish as swiftly. It didn't match the locals, wildlife, o
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