KH: Soul Crossed Chap 4Kingdom Hearts: Soul Crossed
Chapter 4: Of Princes and Thieves
Braxis watched Kairi fall to the ground, her body crashing in slow motion to him. It was almost a pity she'd been that easy to outsmart. He'd half-hoped she would see through the disguise, if only so he could take on both Keyblade wielders at once. His plan had been almost perfect as usual, and she'd fallen just as intended. The only flaw was that Sora was not with them. A minor problem, but things rarely go completely right.
His hand still crackled as time went back to normal. The power was exhilarating and he reveled in it. He was the best among the Hunters. He was strong, skilled, and always prepared. He was also bored. He'd watched over the two as Restin had wanted, hiding himself in rags to keep in the prince
KH: Soul Crossed Chap 3Kingdom Hearts: Soul Crossed</i>
Chapter 3: Search and Rescue
The crisp night air made the forest that much more peaceful. Sora stretched, watching the fireflies dance as he listened to the group of outlaws play a lively tune to keep up the spirits of the townsfolk in hiding. From his place against the tree he watched them dance and sing, a perfect distraction from the darkness that threatened to drown out the villages hopes. For one night, they didnt need to worry about the strange beings that were called Heartless. Sora wished he could do the same sometimes. He was the Keyblade wielder, however, and it was his duty to protect these people. As much as he enjoyed having fun and kidding around with his friends, he was perfectly capable of turning serious in a fight.
This Robin Hood that led the ragged group against Prince John was the same
Sunken City story contestAstera woke on a cold stone floor, coughing up water that had slipped down into her throat. The journey down to the sunken city of Relion had been a long one and, even with the mermaids help, the pressure in getting down had knocked her unconscious. She got on all fours and shook the water as best she could from her soft cream fur. She checked her sword and shield to make sure both were still with her before standing up and taking in her surroundings.
She was in an entrance hall to the city, just as shed been told. She was shocked that there was air down here. It was possibly some magic in place. As they had told her, the merfolk had refused to do more than deposit her inside. They hadnt even the courage to stick around and make sure she woke safely. Whatever manner of monster lie in these ruins, they feared it greatly. A determined look came across her face.
KH: Soul Crossed Chap 2Kingdom Hearts: Soul Crossed
Chapter 2: Paths are Set
Roxas sighed, his hand going to his head as he tried to blink the stars away. He tried to remember just which member of the Organization had cleaned his clock this time. He needed to know who he owed a beating to later. It wasn't until he opened his eyes and realized the room didn't look at all familiar that he understood where he was. The Organization was dead. He had merged with Sora. And then he vaguely remembered Sora calling out, in trouble, and then the rush of being again.
He sat up quickly, regretting it as soon as he did. "Sora!" He looked around, seeing Riku, the King, and his men, but of his other half there was no sign. He cursed quietly under his breath and sat up, but a hand came down on his shoulder.
"Hey, relax there. &
KH: Soul Crossed: Chapter 1Kingdom Hearts: Soul Crossed
Chapter 1: The coming storm
The sun was setting as Riku worked on his technique. The blade of his Keyblade gleamed as he held it up, just before moving into another fight routine. After returning to the islands and receiving the note from King Mickey in the bottle, Riku had taken to spending many afternoons trying to improve himself. The message Kairi had brought them mentioned an approaching evil and the King had promised to come and bring them to Disney Castle. That had
been weeks ago and there was still no sign of their friends.
The blade sliced through thin air and Riku finally slowed the blade, the Way to Dawn vanishing until Riku had need of it again. He ran an arm along his forehead, wiping the sweat off. He was drenched in it. He must have been practicing longer than he thought. He glanced up as the light changed. Clouds were forming in the distance, dark and grey, and they were covering up the sun. "A storm..." he said,