|I Call Shenanigans!
Author: FallenCrusader PM
Join the Puyo cast in a crazy mess that happens everywhere and anywhere! Rated T, Humour. Pairings. A mix of one-shots and parted stories.Rated: Fiction T - English - Humor - Chapters: 7 - Words: 7,798 - Reviews: 6 - Favs: 2 - Follows: 1 - Updated: 06-04-12 - Published: 01-10-12 - id: 7729490
|A+ A- Full 3/4 1/2 Expand Tighten|
Written and Idea by Shadowrunner240
Puyo Cast © Sega!
Original Characters © Creators
Note: This was written for fun, at like, midnight. Don't take anything seriously. Enjoy! Also, hope you guys like Shigu with an attitude!
It was a warm Monday in Primp Town, and the sun found Klug, the local know-it-all in his favourite place: the library, hidden amongst the many shelves that held ancient lore and spells that were far beyond his pitiful magic (yet, he claims it that it far surpasses the local warlock, Lemres, when everyone knows that it's not true). It was a summer day, so he was able to spend all the time he wanted in the library, basking in the warmth from the sunshine that filtered through the high windows. He was studying on types of possession, as he realised that he had been waking up in random locations, without any memory of going there in the first place. With a sigh, Klug turned a page; no luck as to explain why this was happening to him. His gaze began to wander before it landed on a young woman with brown hair not far away, and a blush began to creep on his cheeks.
"Who are you staring at?" a monotone voice asked, and Klug jumped five feet in the air, feeling like he nearly suffered a heart attack. He whirled around in his seat and gave a glare at the speaker.
"What are you doing here?" he demanded, shoving his glasses to catch the gleam of the sun, hiding his eyes from sight. "Don't tell me you need help on your summer homework, Shigu. But then again, your mind really isn't capable of holding many thoughts, no?" a blink, and then a mere shrug.
"Actually, I came here because Aoiko needed a book about origami."
"The fact that your sister can wield a paintbrush like a knife is terrifying."
"So she's been told," Shigu moved towards the craft books, looking. "So why are you looking at books about possession?" Klug gave him a look of sudden shock, even though it was just an act.
"Wh-What books?" he quickly began to scramble, but at the same time he was careful not to tear the books – the librarians would give a hefty fine, even if he was the most known and valued member of the library. "I don't know what you're talking about." He huffed, and pulled out a book about the legendary Golden Puyo – a myth that he always enjoyed. Suddenly, he couldn't see as a hand snatched his glasses away.
"H-Hey!" he muttered, annoyed already. "I need those to read, so I won't go blind."
"Glasses are over-rated." Shigu remarked as he leaned closer to see what he was reading. "The Golden Puyo Legend, that's a faerietale, and you know it. I never pegged you as the faerietale nut, Klug." Klug restrained his anger. Getting angry with a nut-ball who didn't take his medication would not help him.
"Give my glasses back," Klug snapped, "I need those to see." Shigu tilted his head, possibly thinking about it. Like he could, Klug thought with a mental sigh.
"Don't you need to get that origami book?"
"Aoiko said she didn't need it a.s.a.p." Shigu waved a book in his face. "So I thought I'd see what you were up too." Klug frowned.
"Well, it's obvious that I'm reading, and I'd like to be able to see the words and read in peace. This is a library, after all." Klug hoped to whatever being there was, that the oddball would leave him in peace and just disappear.
"Aww, you're not fun. Whatever." Shigu threw his glasses back at the self-proclaimed genius, yawning. "I need to get back; otherwise Aoiko will send hounds after me." Oh, if only… Klug thought darkly, watching the cyan-haired teen leave. I can't believe he was a jerk. He froze as Shigu passed Lisa, but relaxed as the teen passed her by without even uttering a word, the origami book held loosely in hand.
"I hate Mondays…" Klug sighed, putting the book about the legendary Golden Puyo down. He then picked up the strewn books and piled them back to their original stacks for the librarians to shelve later. "Everything bad happens on Mondays…"