|Love Is Not a Fight
Author: Blackmoon OniOokami PM
But it sure as hell deserved to be given one. Fighting against a powerful dark sorcerer, an angery, revenge wanting half demon with a beautiful warrior priestess by his side was something he didn't see coming. But in Hyrule, you never saw anything coming.Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Humor/Adventure - Link & Kagome H. - Chapters: 6 - Words: 12,086 - Reviews: 30 - Favs: 12 - Follows: 12 - Updated: 08-02-12 - Published: 06-21-12 - id: 8239974
|A+ A- Full 3/4 1/2 Expand Tighten|
Hey there! Welcome to my first Zelda/IY crossover!
Sorry I haven't been updating my other stories. I really want to get back to them, but fucking plot bunnies elude me every time! And as of late I've been rather depressed. So there's that.
Any how, I wanted to treat you guys to something. I don't want to keep you hanging so if you've seen Hetalia, love it, and love Russia aka; Ivan Braginski (mine), go check out my story on quizazz (quotev)! I need some reviews on that man :c Badly. I think I'm doing okay, but I don't know. The title is 'Let Me in Your Sanctuary'.
Okay, enough talk. Enjoy the story!
Kagome trudged on her feet, a mantra coursing through her head as two male demons bickered back and forth.
'Left foot, right foot, and don't get angry. Left foot, right foot, and don't get angry.'
It was a wonderful mantra that was slowly driving her to the brink of insanity. You see, a while back, they had been getting ready for the final defeat of Naraku, the evil half demon that cursed the lands that they walked upon.
Suddenly, a wild group of allies showed up, ready to help. It was rather odd and suspicious, but no one questioned anything when Kouga showed up and tried staking claim on our poor, time traveling miko. Inuyasha got his hakama in a twist, riling up and yelling at both of them, resulting in a sit.
Quickly things got from bad to worse as Naraku sent out his swarm of Bee's. He had known all along that this was the day they had decided to kill him. Kagome was thinking of every possibility that could have let the hanyou out on the little secret; Kikyou, Inuyasha's big mouth, mole in the group. There wasn't much after Kanna and Kagura were killed.
Back to the current matter at hand, Kagome was groaning not only from the long walk- nearly five hours had passed with one measly break (thank you so much Inuyasha)- but Kouga and Inuyasha still going at it.
The word 'sit' was right on the top of her tongue as she bit her lip to keep from shouting it out. Sesshoumaru passed her a questioning glance, of which she replied with a gesture from her head at the yelling idiots. He gave an almost inaudible sigh as he nodded and attacked them with his poison whip.
"HEY!" They cried, jumping away from it. Sesshoumaru glared at them, but never made a verbal comment towards them. They snarled but stopped when Kagome herself gave them a death glare that would send Naraku himself running for the hills.
Sighing, she turned back around and adjusted her new armor. She was wearing something similar to what Midoriko would wear, but made a few adjustments. She, unlike Midoriko, had no sword. She didn't have a jewel incrusted belt but instead a regular yukata strap for the belt. The whole armor made from the finest of demon skin (which she nearly barfed at). Also, instead of having it hip length and split down the sides, it was thigh length and had little holes on her hip bones. She constantly rubbed the left hip bone, where the jewel popped out of.
Sighing, she looked up and her gaze hardened. They were at the castle of hell, home to a certain spider demon that needed to die, whether he wanted to or not.
"Mom, come check this out! I found a letter written to us by the well. I think Kagome or Inuyasha left it." Handing his mother the note, Souta held his hands behind his back, obviously wanting to hear what the letter said.
Smiling from excitement and anxiousness, Kun-Loon snatched the letter right up, instantly dropping her smile as she felt her stomach churn. Motioning her son to follow, they grabbed Grandpa Yuniji out from the shed and all sat themselves on the couch.
With shaky hands, Kun-Loon opened the letter and cleared her throat, reading out loud. "Dear Mother, Grandfather and Souta," She started.
'Please don't be alarmed by this letter. I just couldn't waste time with pleasantries. Today's the day that we finally go after and destroy Naraku. Inuyasha's getting highly antsy, so I can't write much but here goes nothing.
I love you guys so much, I can't begin to say how many times I want to hug you and kiss you all. Sometimes I wish this stuff was done for good so I can just be with you all and help you with the shrineagain.
I miss those days. Please don't cry if I don't come back. I don't want you to shed any tears for me. I went in as a priestess and if I die, I die as a warrior. Sango, Sesshoumaru and Kouga have all helped me become something new of myself, and if I can't handle anything, then I never tried hard enough.
I will miss you all so much. And when I come back, I want some oden to celebrate. Now go back to your lives and go out there with a smile like I am. Because I'm positive I can win this with the help of my friends.
Kun-Loon rose a shaky hand to wipe away her tears as she sat down the letter, sobbing and praying for her child to stay alive. Yuniji grabbed a paper sutra and concentrated hard, praying to the gods for his baby granddaughter to stay safe, and Souta tried keeping his tears at bay, trying to stay strong for his mother.
Sniffling, Kun-Loon scanned over the parchment once again, feeling she was missing something. "S-Souta, could you go grab me a pen?" Nodding the boy dashed off, running back as fast as he could and handed it to her.
Writing what she saw at the end of the paper, Kun-Loon couldn't help but smile as new found tears found there way to her eyes. Her baby girl always was the smartest.
'Stay safe and happy.'
Kagome panted as she shot another arrow at a nearby demon, nearly sobbing as Naraku made more. Sesshoumaru kept going on strong but she noticed he was starting to slow down a bit. Inuyasha was helping Sango and Miroku; Miroku having taken too much poison into his system and Sango had gotten a long gash on her stomach.
Kouga and his men were dissipating in strength, energy, and numbers fast. Thankfully Sesshoumaru brought his soldiers from his castle to help out- and they sure did their jobs well. Just dodging a blow to the head, Kagome stabbed an arrow into a demons heart, covering it in spiritual energy.
The demon cried out in rage and anger, blowing up into dust not seconds later. Coughing, she stepped back and looked up, sighing and running a hand through her hair in frustration from what she saw before her.
'How the HELL does that guy conjure up an Ogre?' She wanted to cry badly but refrained from it as she retreated to Sango and Miroku, yelping as an explosion sounded behind her and blasted her up a few feet, sending her skidding on the ground.
Shakily getting up, she limped over to them and panted, giving her last bits of energy to them to heal faster as she took solace behind a giant boulder, wincing as she saw dead soldiers covering the once pure, green ground.
"This is bad…" She whispered. She subconsciously rubbed her mark on her hip, thinking. Snapping her head up as Inuyasha let out a strangled cry, she looked up and tears flooded her eyes as she saw him being penetrated by a sacred arrow.
Without even looking at the area, she dashed forward and rolled over to his body, touching the arrow and sighing as it dissipated at her touch. "I-Inuyasha," she cried, touching his paling face. "Y-you're going to be okay. Don't leave me, okay? You cannot leave me."
He gave a scratchy chuckle as he held her hand, sighing out a shuddering breath. "K-Kagome…" He started, coughing a bit. "I ain't gunna make it. And w-while I may not be-"
Kagome gripped his shirt tightly, burying her face in his chest. "Don't say it! I don't want to hear those words coming from your mouth, you understand me?" He nodded, tilting up her chin to the best of his ability. "Okay. But you 'ave to face the facts Kagome," He coughed up blood, horrifying Kagome. "Even if I do croak, know this…"
He stayed silent for a few moments, worrying Kagome. She smacked his face slightly, tears dripping down. She vaguely heard screams, explosions and laughter from behind her, but her frayed mind ignored it for the moment.
"I-Inuyasha, come on! You have to s-stay with me!" He nodded, swatting her hand away with a groan. "Know that, n-never for a m-moment, c-can Kouga c-claim you… You're mine, g-got it?" She gave a strangled laugh, hugging him close. Nodding, she whimpered and cried into his chest.
"Don't go Inuyasha… Don't leave me alone. I can't live without you! I love you damn it!" She screamed, never once caring about who heard her. A hand landed on her head, making her look up. Still wearing that cocky smirk of his, he gave her a look she won't ever forget in her dreams.
"I-I…love you…too…Kag…om…e…." With his final breath, his head dropped down, laying on the ground, never to move again. Kagome sobbed loudly, hugging his dead body close and curling into a ball.
"Kukuku," A snarky, dark laughter came from above and behind her. She didn't have to look to know who it was. "Oh, poor priestess Kagome lost her half demon lover." He never noticed how stiff her body grew, or how a certain spot on her hip started to glow.
"Shall I give you the gift of joining where he is? Oh wait; that would mean you'd have to go to hell." He smirked. "What is your decision, Ka-go-me?"
She sat up, her eyes stark cold and hardened from anger. Her hair curled up in waves, flowing against wind that wasn't there, her body carefully rising without notice. She glanced at him, scowling. "My decision…?" He grinned, at least a thousand tentacles readying themselves at her.
"My decision… is for you to die!" Lunging at him, there was silver white electricity glowing from her finger tips as she gripped onto his neck, burning him from the inside out with pure energy. He cried out a blood curdling scream, the whole area being engulfed by the silver white energy.
"I'LL GET YOU, YOU BITCH PRIESTESS! I'LL BE BACK!"
After the energy disappeared, all that was left were the remaining alive demons, Sango, Miroku, and an unconscious Kagome slumped to the ground.
So? What do you think? I know Link and the gang hasn't been introduced, but I wanted a story up first before I went anywhere. We need a base to start with ya know! Hehe ^.^ anyways, review, share, like, favorite, and have a great day! LOVE YOU GUYS!