|Digimon Frontier As The World Ends Book 1
Author: AguaGirl PM
Two years after the children returned to the Real World, Takuya and Junpei are called back to the Digital World. However they are with a new Digi-Destined, Ren Luvilia. With the help of the new digi-destined, can they figure out the chess game of the Digital World? Pairings May Vary. Rated T for the later chapters.Rated: Fiction T - English - Adventure/Friendship - Takuya K. & Kouji M./Koji - Chapters: 11 - Words: 34,281 - Reviews: 13 - Favs: 16 - Follows: 7 - Updated: 04-24-13 - Published: 03-30-12 - id: 7973150
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NOTE: Chapter Two is told from the Point of Veiw of Ren. This will be the only early on chapter where there is a point of veiw. I will give a warning if it's in first person. If not, it will be in third person.
DexDorugamon's breath is disgusting. That's the first thing I noticed while I battled him. Why? Because he had tackled me down, and was snapping at my face, drool and spit covering my mask. Disgusting, wasn't it? The exposed wiring of the digimon were sparking. And that sparked an idea. I knew as the Warrior of Water, I could control water itself. I thought for a moment, thinking what the water could do to the wiring.
See, when wiring-espically when it's sparking-gets wet, it begins to short out. DexDorugamon would be inable to move for a few moments-maybe even a few minutes, if I'm lucky(Which I'm undoubtly not.) Summoning the water was the hard part. If I could move my arm, I could do something to the wiring, but I was pinned down. My arms unmoveable, I would have to be able somehow control the water with my mind.
There were other ideas in my mind too. Perhaps I could wrigle free of DexDorugamon's grip, if I could somehow calm the beast enough to get out. I could also kick the digimon off of me, but then I see a ray of light. I grab onto an exposed wire, and got yanked upwards while it tried to shake me loose. With in a few seconds of being yanked up, I let go, being thrown back onto the sand.
Sitting weaponless on a beach wasn't much better than about to be eaten by a giant digimon, obviously. I had to have something to defend me other than the water, I had to. Oh well, no use wishing for what wasn't true. It wasn't going to do much good. I'd just have to use the water behind me and hope for the best. DexDorugamon rushed at me in, and in sheer reaction, I jump out of the way extremely quickly. Faster than I thought I could.
Things blured as I moved away from DexDorugamon, and I realized: I had never moved so fast in my entire life. Never. It was as if I flew for a few seconds. Now that's strange. But I didn't have time to dwell on it. I just had to fight DexDorugamon. Takuya and Bokomon were defenseless, and I doubt that DexDorgamon would give them mercy.
Tumbling away from another near miss, I felt my hand hit something wet. Don't let me be bleeding. Just don't let me be bleeding. Then there was the smell of salt; I had landed in the water. Something caught my eye just a few a feet away. Something bright and gleaming. A starling silver trident. Like the one I saw when the spirit appeared. Looks like I did have some luck, after all.
Looking down at the trident, I also saw my reflection. I wasn't myself. I wasn't beautiful like this. I didn't have red hair, or star-like grey eyes. I didn't have any of those things. I wasn't myself. I wasn't my blue-haired, dark-skinned, boring brown eyes self. The girl in the reflection couldn't be me. No time to dwell on this. I had to fight. Takuya-San was counting on me. I couldn't let another person down. Not again.
DexDorugamon didn't know better than to charge into the water after me. Er, well, that or he knew fairly well that I'd be eltrocuted as well. You know how it feels to be shocked by static eletricity when your friend touches you for fun? Multiply that by one hundred or so, add the heat of an overused computer,-multiplied by fifty-and then throw in the pain of a knife ripping through most of your body. That's the pain that DexDorugamon's sparking wiring's eletricity racing through the water felt like. I can barely describe it. Oh wait, I think I just did.
You know what I discovered then about my boots? They're metal. You know what metal does? It conducts eletricity. I think this is what saved my life. The metal boots were stuck in the sand of the bottom of the water, and that essintally took the the eletric charge out of my body. Luck is really shining on me today, huh?
Land was not far from where I was collapsed in the water. It was easy to get to land-and out of an eletric hot zone. But what was I supposed to do wtih DexDorugamon? I had a trident in my hands, but I didn't know how to use it. The trident was useless in my hands. Or perhaps not. I thought how it could be used. Throwing the trident could be useful, but could I throw it that far? I wasn't going to test my luck, but it seemed like the only option. The only option.
Taking a deep breath was a good start. Focus helped aim. Throwing the trident was going to be hard the hard part. Another deep breath. Just throw it. I had to keep telling myself that. Takuya-San and Bokomon-Chan needed me to protect them. They wouldn't be able to fight DexDorugamon if I didn't somehow destroy him. This has to be it.
The trident hit DexDorugamon with ease. The noise of metal on metal half-way paralyzed me, yet it half-way invigerized me. The waves begin to act eratic. I had to draw my power from that.
The water was sudden, the torent was fast, and the rain was heavy. Yet, the water was.. contained. It couldn't be real. Everything was focused on Dorugamon. And that's the moment I realized: I controlled it. I don't know how, but I did it. I was controlling this... Attack.
The next thing that happened was a ring around DexDorugamon appeared, and I knew what to do, yet I didn't. The entire time, the D-Tector had been in my hand.
"This spirit of darkness, My Purity Will Clense. DigiCode... Scan!"
Next thing I knew, I fell backwards and something caught me. And it faded to black...
Waking up, I saw thee figures above me. A small figure, with a pointed head. A larger figure, with what I supposed was hair spiking each way. And the last figure I somewhat recognized. Junpei. The other figures began to make sense too. Takuya Kanbara and Bokomon were above me as well. The rest of the background was blackish, it had to be night time. But three moons? Nothing made sense in the Digital World, did it?
"Hey, Ren-Han is waking."Bokomon announces, moving back to I guess let me have some air.
"Point out the obvious much, Bokomon-Chan?"Junpei mocks, quite rudely.
"Give her some space, Junpei-San, let her breathe."Takuya repreminded Junpei. I'd have to thank him for that.
Sitting up, I saw a small flame that provided the light that allowed us to see a short distance away. Well, at least THAT still made sense. "What just happened?"I moaned, finally able to sit up strait with the help of Takuya.
"Y-you evolved."Junpei answered, as if the answer wasn't too clear.
"I... turned into a Digimon?"
"Yes. Through Spirit Evolution, you turned into The Raidence Warrior of Water, better known as Aguamon."Bokomon began, but Takuya placed his hand over Bokomon's mouth.
"Please do not lecture us, Bokomon-Chan. It's the middle of the night."Takuya complained, and sharply drew his hand away, and screamed."YOU BIT ME!"
"Don't put your hand over my mouth, Takuya-Han!"Bokomon repreminded, almost comically jumping up and down.
"You two..."Junpei trailed off, annoyed.
"Where are we?"I ask, hoping to distract Bokomon or Takuya.
"Still on the island."Bokomon replies, then turning around,"Thank you, by the way."
I opened my eyes wide. "Huh?"I tilted my head. What on earth was Bokomon talking about? Thanking me? What did I do?
"Yeah, thanks for saving us back there."Takuya added in,"If you hadn't spirit evolved, who knows what would've happened."
I was taken aback. I didn't even think that they'd thank me for that. It's not like I really did anything. But I woudn't say anything to object them. "I guess you're welcome."I reply, keeping my head down. I wasn't going to get attached to these people.
"You guess? You saved their lives!"Junpei exclaimed,"Ren-San you should be excited." He lowered his voice,"or at least you should smile."
I stayed silent. If they were just looking to make me show emotion, they were out of luck. If I let them know how I felt, they'd use it against me. I knew it. But dwelling on something so improbable was useless. Instead I changed the subject,"What happened to DexDorugamon?"I question.
Junpei tilted his head,"You took his data, er scannedhis data."He explains,"Do you know how you use the data you scan right?"
"Hmmm..."I mutter, grabbing the D-Tector. Looking at it, a button was flashing. "Well this looks promising."I pressed the glowing button, and the same data that I scanned began to leave the device, and starts entering the land. Broken trees, burned bushes, even eroded away cliffs began to reappear, and then a cheer errupted. Or a roar. One of those.
"Owww. That's gotta be a Trailmon."Takuya exclaims, running out of the woods and back onto the beach. The same beach where the battle occured.
The source of the noise was the train-or Trailmon as Takuya called it. But it didn't look exactly normal. The back part of the train was pretty much normal, but it was the front part of the train that was.. not expected. Like Takuya had said, the train was a digimon.
"I was told to pick up three kids and a digimon,"The digimon explains,"So hop on before I take off with out 'ya."
Obviously, no one wanted to stay on the island. We boarded the trailmon and didn't say a word after that. Exaughsten was finally going to take over and we all passed out the second we shut our eyes. Until Takuya began snoring, at least...
The trailmon skittered to a hault when sunlight began to peak through the misty haze of early morning. I was all ready awake, Junpei was close to being awake, yet Takuya was in a deep sleep. And his snoring? I didn't sleep a wink.
Finally the snoring stoped when Takuya was thrown forward a few inches by the sudden stop of the trailmon. "Eh, we stopped."He pointed out, quite blankly.
"Yeah. This is your stop."The Trailmon stated. The doors swung open, and everyone began to get off, but I stumbled to the ground when my feet touched the pavement of the terminal. Someone yanked my arm backwards, causing me to look down at absolutely nothing. Nothing. The terminal was right on a cliff.
"Ren-San, are you all right!"Takuya exclaimed, pulling me back onto the platform.
I nodded my head, somewhat dazed. I was still tired, and I think my entire body ached. It was hard to tell, adrenaline was rushing awfully. My head pounded with my blood racing. My arm was in the most pain, where Takuya yanked me back.
"Let's get away from this ledge."Junpei advises, "Then we'll think of something. I'm sure there's some digimon here."
Bokomon had it covered,"Where is this terminal, exactly?"He asks the Trailmon.
"Flame Terminal, Right on the Edge of The Terra Continent."Trailmon replies.
Bokomon ran after us, jumping up and down excitdely, "TAKUYA-HAN! JUNPEI-HAN!" REN-HAN!"
"Yes?"I inquire, blankly.
"We're in Flame Terminal!"
Takuya stood from the bench, extremely quickly, half-way excited half-way confused. "How!?"
"What's so important about Flame Terminal, except for the fact I almost died here?"I question.
"This is where Takuya got his spirit the first time around."Junpei explained, but then something exploded behind us.
"DUCK!"I exclaimed, throwing the two down to the ground, debris flying harmlessly above our heads. More explosions rang out, more debris. This was terrifying. There were shouts muffled by the explosions, smoke rushing past us.
We stood quickly, and turned to the source of the chaos, and there stood a tall, dark, figure. Er, not so tall. It was acutally shorter than me. The whole chaos was created by throwing boulders and mud of all things.
"I-it can't be!"Junpei exclaimed,"It's Grumblemon!"
Obviously whatever this 'Grumblemon' was, it knew Junpei and Takuya. It rushed in at the boys, a hammer raised high over it's head. Diving out of the way, I heard a crash that sounded like something on pavement. Did Grumblemon crash?
In a sense, yes. Grumblemon had pratically thown Takuya through the wall, into what looked like a sactuary. I'd have to keep Grumblemon from following him in. I had to evolve. No choice.