|Is this what you call randomness?
Author: Soundless Reverie PM
Collection of random too-short oneshots. Updated: 5. Test. Fubuki struggles with his Math test and comes up with a brilliant solution.Rated: Fiction T - English - Chapters: 5 - Words: 1,741 - Reviews: 29 - Favs: 8 - Follows: 10 - Updated: 08-16-12 - Published: 07-04-12 - id: 8287592
|A+ A- Full 3/4 1/2 Expand Tighten|
This story will contain all my plot bunnies that are only fit for extremely short oneshots (which all has about 99.9999% possibility of getting flamed for being too short) that I don't have enough brain power to write properly.
I don't own Inazuma Eleven or any of its characters.
Multiple pairings, may contain GO, and rating may change.
Ladies and Gentlemen, let the show begin! (omg quoting from Kaitou Kid again)
"Hold the ball in front of you with your left hand."
"Okay. Drop the ball and swing your racket. Focus on the ball. 3, 2, 1, go!"
The feathered ball dropped to the ground long after Endou swung his racket.
"It's not working, Kazemaru."
"Endou. Take your time. Don't move too quickly. Watch me."
Kazemaru grabbed a badminton ball from the box they brought along, turning to the court. He let go of the badminton ball and leisurely swung his own racket in the manner all professional badminton players seemed to develop. The white feathered ball was effortlessly sent high over the net, landing near the end of the court.
"How did you do that?" Endou asked with an apprehensive/awed note to his tone.
"Timing," came the reply from the teal-haired 15-year-old. "You're too impatient. The ball needs time to drop. Synchronize your movements with the dropping speed of the ball."
"I see!" Endou chirped. "Lemme try again!" Grabbing another ball from the ball box, he turned to the badminton court once more, determination etched into his cheery features.
His body was positioned perfectly, left hand holding the ball at just the right height, right arm positioned to the best angle.
"GO!" Endou yelled, releasing his hold on the ball and carefully swung the racket towards it, trying to slow down to time it perfectly.
To both teens' delight, the racket hit the ball with a satisfying pop, the white ball sailing over the high net magnificently.
However, neither expected Endou to accidentally bash himself right on the head with the racket immediately after his success.
Please review and tell me what I can do to improve! Both constructive and destructive comments are welcomed. :) I love you all~