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Lucky part 2The bullet whizzed right above him, where his head would have been, hitting one of the trashcans behind him. Maeve growled angrily and moved away from the edge of the roof so he wouldn’t see her if he happened to look up.
With the noise of the can getting shot, Luke fell to the ground in fright. It took him a second to return to reality and look around. He wondered what happened when his gaze fell on the hole in the trashcan. He was sure that hadn’t been there a second ago.
He looked around quickly and crawled closer to the can, putting his finger in the hole with an amazed stare. He followed the angle of the hole up towards the roof to perhaps see where it had come from, but shook his head seeing nothing. “One slice of a second before and it would be my head…” He muttered to himself, quickly getting up and climbing on his bike.
He started to pedal home, shaking his head around, convinced that it must have been a meteorite, knowing his luck. He wouldn
It had been another plain boring day of work for Luke Peterson, few customers, nothing to clean, nothing to do, so his boss had let him leave early. Though it wasn’t like he had anything to do at home either. Luke sighed as he pedaled his bike down the sidewalk, secretly hoping something would happen to put some excitement into his day. He shifted his weight a bit and didn’t feel his keys in his pocket, quickly jumping to the conclusion that they’d fallen out of his pocket at some point knowing his luck. He began to frantically search his belongings while still riding, instead of stopping like any sane person would.
Since he was so focused on looking for his keys, he didn’t see the pebble in the middle of the sidewalk. Small and yet big enough to give the bike a hard bump and make him lose control. Last thing he saw before getting his face an intimate date with the floor was the bike turning into an alleyway between stores.
His head was spinning and his bo
My Onichan Ch 3
Three days had passed since Audra had arrived at Fairy Tail, her wounds were fully healed and her situation explained to the rest of the guild. Like Wendy had said there was some initial distrust from many of the members but that had quickly faded when she assured them she hated Sabertooth as much as the rest of them and had only stayed because of Sting and her desire to grow stronger.
After that was cleared up, Audra was treated like any other member of the guild. She became close to Mirajane who was like a mother figure for her, and got to know Wendy more. Whereas the before Wendy didn’t have any girl’s her age to talk with, she now had Audra, therefore the two became as close as sisters and were rarely apart. An unforeseen friendship with Romeo also occurred, the trio of tweens spending most of their time together. While at first it had made Macao a bit nervous, especially when Wakaba referred to Romeo as a ladies’ man, Macao did relax and was glad his son had othe
My Onichan Ch 2
“How much longer Sting-kun?” Lector asked, his stomach grumbling. “We’re almost there Lector, hopefully Rogue will be to and have food.” Sting said, silently cursing his stupidity at choosing to be dramatic instead of smart and thinking to grab supplies. “And medical supplies for you Sting-kun, you’re hurt.” Lector said worriedly, looking at his partner as he limped along. “I’m fine Lector, really.” Sting said with a chuckle, wiping a bit of dry blood from his forehead.
The pair came to a clearing in the forest in the middle of which was a small cabin. Sting smiled a little seeing it and pushed open the door, his smile dropping a bit finding it empty. Lector hopped off his shoulder and looked around for Rogue or Frosch. Sting went to the kitchen and looked for some food, finding a loaf of bread. Lector came into the kitchen holding a folded piece of paper addressed to Sting. “Here Lector, this is all I could find.&
My Onichan Ch 1
“Where are you going Rogue?” Sting asked his friend in confusion, seeing the shadow Dragon Slayer packing his belongings in a bag. “I’m leaving Sabertooth. I don’t want to be a part of a guild that punishes weakness. If losing means I’m expelled then so be it. That’s one thing I learned from Natsu-sama, no real guild would do something like that, only an army would. And I’m sorry you don’t see things the same way I do. I hope we have a chance to meet again someday Sting and that we may be on the same side.” Sting was in too much shock to even register the tiny smile of pity on Rogue’s face. “If you ever wish to find us, I’ll be staying where we first met. Goodbye Sting.” Rogue opened the window and jumped out, landing silently as Frosch flew out behind him. Sting bit down on his tongue hard enough to draw blood, but he wouldn't cry no matter how much he wanted to.
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