|Spirit And Joy
Author: dance-with-passion PM
Noodle is the true spirit and joy of Gorillaz. This tells the story of her life, but what did she really think? Suckish summary, I know. Rated T for later events.Rated: Fiction T - English - Adventure/Friendship - Noodle - Chapters: 3 - Words: 4,257 - Reviews: 2 - Favs: 2 - Follows: 3 - Updated: 10-12-10 - Published: 09-04-10 - id: 6297055
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Hey, PGD needs a companion! Yep, this is a story following Noodle's life. I've been getting the idea in my head since I started All In Your Head a while back. Unfortunately I start school soon. FML.
There will be a few slight differences in this one, because after compiling every chapter of PGD into one document it was 177 pages, double spaced and no A/N's. ROTO has 296 pages if I'm not mistaken, much longer than PGD.
All the OCs are the same.
The dialogue in this intro is meant to be in Japanese.
I have a mysterious past. Or I did. It was dark, it was scary, and I nearly died several times. It's like a video game, but for real. You know me as Noodle from the band Gorillaz. You know a little about my past, but you know mostly about my current being. I never truely had a real family. I never had a real childhood. So what REALLY happened before Gorillaz? And where am I now? Well...let me tell you.
October 31st, 1990, Osaka, Japan. A set of twins are born to Daichi and Hina Fukui. Their names are Etsu and Masaru. Masaru is a boy. He has black hair and brown eyes. He is 21 inches long and weighs 6 pounds, 6 ounces. Etsu is a girl. She has black hair and emerald green eyes. She is 19 inches long and weighs 6 pounds, 9 ounces.
"Congratulations, Mrs. Fukui," the doctor announces. "You have given birth to two healthy twins.
"I am so proud," Hina says weakly, "Aren't you Daichi?"
"But I am very upset that we have to let them go so soon."
"Think about it Hina, they are doing something that only twenty-three children are doing."
"Is Kyuzo on his way?"
"Yes. He should be here any minute now."
Mr. Kyuzo arrives shortly after. He is an old man, probably about 55 years old, and looks like a doctor or a professor. He shakes Daichi's hand. "Pleasure to meet you," he says. He looks at the children. "Very healthy," he says with a smile of approval planted on his face. "Thank you so much for helping me, the government."
"You are very welcome, Mr. Kyuzo."
"What did you decide to name them?"
"Etsu and Masaru."
"Very nice. I...better be going then."
Hina hands the newborns over to Kyuzo with tears filling her eyes. She says "Goodbye" under her breath while Daichi comforts her.
The twins will never see their parents again.