Author: Krystal Karpenter PM
After one Hero betrayed the rest out of fear, an imbalance in the elements leaves a world in more danger than ever before. As history begins to repeat, two hearts must fight against fate for a love that may ultimately be their demise.Rated: Fiction T - English - Fantasy/Romance - Takuya K. & Izumi O./Zoe - Chapters: 22 - Words: 109,736 - Reviews: 59 - Favs: 25 - Follows: 24 - Updated: 01-11-13 - Published: 04-19-12 - id: 8040573
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A Digimon Fanfic
By Krystal Karpenter
Hello everyone! I know some of you are still awaiting an update on some of my other stories, but I've lack some inspiration on many of them, including The Locket. For a while now I've been wishing to write another story with a fantasy based plot with adventure, magic, and of course romance. I turned out to be very proud of my story A Beautiful Sin and longed to write something like it once more. Though this plot is much different and it takes place in a much different setting, there is still that one element I really love: magic. Magic is such a versatile element in fiction. Honestly, it can be transformed in to whatever the author wishes it to be. That is probably why I love it so much! Alright, now on to this new story...
Again there will be some mystery, along with adventure! I really am happy with the world I've created for this new fic. I have about the first five chapters finished, but will not be releasing them until I have the first ten done, for I want to have some sort of foundation, so that I can update, while work at a non-rushed pace. I find I work better like that. Anyway, this Prologue is a you will not completely understand at first, but in time, you will. :) I shall update the first chapter in a few days as a SNEAK PREVIEW but after that the next update will not occur until next month.
Please read and review :) I take every suggestion and comment in to account and LOVE hearing feedback. And yes, this story is TAKUMI ^_^
It was not a Hero's duty to fear…
But I did.
It was not a Hero's duty to lust…
But I did.
It was not a Hero's duty to be weak…
But I was.
It was a Hero's duty to protect. To govern. And to ensure that the balance of the elements stayed intact throughout eras of war and political unrest.
It was a Hero's duty to stay fair, and resist any temptation that was beautiful to all eyes, but not allowed for ones with our responsibilities.
I failed all of these duties.
It was not a Hero's duty to fall in love…
But I did.