|The New Children of LYoko
Author: Krissy7p PM
The CL gang has shut down Lyoko and have gone their seperate ways. Now their kids are going to Kadic. Will they accidentally restart Lyoko and Xana? Results may vary. Plz see doctor before reading this story. Free cyber cookies to those who read. ch.14 upRated: Fiction K+ - English - Chapters: 16 - Words: 13,808 - Reviews: 82 - Favs: 14 - Follows: 12 - Updated: 01-15-07 - Published: 07-05-05 - id: 2470793
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FINALLY, THE NEW CHAPTER IS HERE!!!!!! THE SOUND OF MILLIONS OF PEOPLE CHEERING. I'M PRETTY SURE THAT THIS CH. IS GONNA BE THE LONGEST ONE I'VE WRITTEN SO FAR. SO, ENJOY!!! NOW, ON WITH THE SHOW!!!
Minxie sat on the floor for what seemed like an eternity. Every plane that came to her was shot down immediately after it was thought. It appeared that she wasn't going to join the others; no fun and no adventure. Just the mere thought of what she was missing out on further depressed Minxie. She gazed thoughtfully at the front door just a few feet in front of her. She could have simply stood up from the carpet and walked out the door. Minxie knew better though; her parents would kill her when she got back. No, Minxie needed to find a good excuse to get out of the house. One that her mother would believe.
Yura, Rick, and Jerry gawked at the digital being called Pix. There was silence among the group. The only sound came from the slight hum of the large computer. Pix still had a smile on his face –actually it looked more like a smug smirk. After a few minutes of eerie quiet, the boy began to laugh.
"You can close your mouths you know." He managed to gasp between laughs. Yura, beginning to take on the role as leader for the group, was the first to regain control over her.
"Okay, who exactly are you?" She asked, her voice dripping with suspicion. Soon after, Rick and Jerry were also able to regain their composure and join Yura in starring down Pix. The computer boy replaced his laughter with the same smile her dawned earlier.
"I already told you, I'm Pix," He answered. He was met with more glared form the three humans. His smile wavered slightly, "Okay, gosh people, take a Midol. I'm a back up program made by the last user of this terminal." Yura and Rick turned their attention to Jerry, who appeared to understand what Pix had said.
"Alright then program, what happened to my sister?" She ordered pointing a finger to Ellie, who was still incapacitated. Rick noticed the tears that started to form in Jerry's eyes. Pix must have realized that too, for his expression became solemn.
"She is still alive, but her soul is gone," he explained, "He took it away from her to restart himself." Jerry continued to stare at Pix with glaring eyes, while Rick and Yura exchanged confused glances.
"Whose 'He', and what does he have to do with Ellie?" Rick asked, not really believing a ward the computer "thingy" said. Pix quickly changed from solemn to extreme seriousness.
"His name is X.A.N.A," the boy began, with a tone of hatred in his voice, "he infected the girl with a virus somehow and started to control her." Yura began to giggle, and then burst out laughing shortly after.
"You can't be serious." She remarked after her fit subsided. This only made Pix angry.
"Note the serious face, you brat!" He snapped, which had sufficiently stopped the laughter. "X.A.N.A is a computer virus, a long time ago he tried to-"
"Let me guess, he tried to dominate the world." Yura said mockingly. "I'm sorry, but right now, we have a friend who is in need of serious help. So, if you can't help then I suggest you leave."
"Oh the girl's in here with me." Pix said calmly, as if it wasn't very important. Jerry rushed to the monitor and pressed her face into the glass.
"Where is she?" She asked desperately. Pix smiled contently before making sure that Jerry would take him seriously. Feeling satisfied, he heaved a quiet sigh.
Back at the Robbia household, Minxie was still sitting on the carpet. The party had steadily drawn to a close and the distant relatives were filing out the front door. Only her grandparents were left because they had decided to stay the night and help with the clean up. Now would have been the perfect time to snake out but, Minxie feared that she would be noticed as soon as she reached the front door. So, now that she was completely out of hope, Minxie reached into her pocket and pulled out her cell phone. A tear rolling down her face as she began to dial Yura's number.
Yura's phone rang loudly, echoing against the steel walls of the computer room. Everyone, even Pix, was startled from it. Yura fumbled with her jean pocket and until she recovered her phone. Without checking the caller i.d. she answered it.
"Hello, who's this?" She asked with a little more force than necessary. Yura heard the sounds of someone crying on the other end. This caused her to panic slightly, but she remained and outer look of calm. "Minxie, is this you?"
"Yura," Minxie's hoarse voice croaked, "I'm sorry, but I can't get out of the house; please tell everyone I'm so sorry." Yura had never heard Minxie sad, let alone cry. It was the definite sign that the situation had gotten out of hand. Before she could say any words of comfort to her, Minxie hung up her phone. Yura turned to Rick and Jerry, the stress of events finally breaking her down.
"Minxie can't come." She managed to choke out before falling to her knees. "What the hell is going on? Nothing's making sense!" She bawled uncontrollable as she slammed a fist into the cement floor. Rick watched in his crush with a grimace evident on his face. Jerry, however, glared at her friend in frustration. After a minute or so, Yura had ceased crying. Rick slowly walked over to her and helped her stand up.
"Are you done freaking out yet?" Pix snapped impatiently after the girl was back to a standing position. "Crying won't do us any good right now; we have to get your sister's soul out of the system before she is stuck there." Jerry turned her head to the computer.
"How do we do that?" She asked with faint hope. Pix smiled encouragingly and the computer started to hum loudly.
"First, I need all of you here." He explained. Rick attention turned to one of the many wired attached to the computer as it started to pulse. "I'll help your friend –Minxie was it? - out of her prison and guide her to the factory." Jerry smiled for once since the whole ordeal started. She embraced the monitor gratefully but quickly jumped back when a small shock of electricity came from the screen. Pix laughed apologetically. "Sorry, I didn't want the glass to have smudge marks"
Minxie had already risen from the carpet and began to climb up the stairs, when the lights above her flickered briefly. She shrugged it off as nothing and continued her assent. Suddenly, the lights throughout the entire house went out. It was pitch black in the house. Minxie could hear her mother yelling out in fear and surprise. The sounds of her father stumbling through the kitchen made her giggle. Then, it hit her, like that time Rick had hit her with that volley ball –which by the way, still hurt. Now was the right opportunity to run out the front door; an opportunity which she took full advantage of. By the time her mother had realized she was gone, Minxie was already half was to the school.
Minxie's cell phone rang loudly in her pocket. Still running, she pulled out the phone happily and answered it.
"I made it out of the house." She greeted the caller without waiting for a response. "The electricity at my house blacked out for some reason."
"You can thank me for that." Said the voice of someone Minxie didn't know. "Before you ask, I'm a friend of Yura, Rick, and Jerry, I'm going to guide you to the factory got it." Minxie starred questioningly at her phone, but decided to trust the boy. "I'm Pix by the way." Minxie smiled because, for some reason, she knew that Pix meant well.
"Alright Pix, lead the way."
There you go. Hope the chapter was to everyone's liking. Now I have to write the next chapter. Read, Love, and Review. Later!