|You Look More Like a Puff Ball Than a Dragon
Author: slayer of the wind PM
The Dragon Innocence; a fabled shard of innocence said to be blessed by the dragons themselves. It is said that the accommodator for such an innocence has to be completely sound in mind, body and soul to be able to wield the great power and responsibility. So, how the hell did it end up with this kid? Fem!Natsu Strong!Natsu.Rated: Fiction T - English - Romance/Humor - Allen Walker & Natsu D. - Chapters: 10 - Words: 20,490 - Reviews: 93 - Favs: 31 - Follows: 35 - Updated: 04-28-13 - Published: 02-04-13 - id: 8980255
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Hello! This is chapter one! Yay! I want to say a quick thanks to guest, Tosho, and Baylee1100 for reviewing! You make me want to keep writing!
I stepped through the gate and on to the grass in front of me. I sighed in content as I felt the blades of grass squish around my feet. LAND! How I love you so! Its GREEN! Not WHITE! A sudden pain shot through my head. I fell down to my knees and placed my hands on ether side of my head, willing the pain to go away. What is this? Was this the side effect of the portal. Damn! Does a portal even count as transpiration?
My eyes snapped open; images running though my mind. Grey, Lucy, Wendy, Charlie, Erza, the guild, Gramps, … Happy. I saw their laughing faces, all the times we spent together, all the times we fought together pulling though in the end. It hit me. I forgot. DAMN! How did I forget about them! How could I? They were- no ARE my family! And I forgot them. Tears started to run down my face. The portal had closed by then, I didn't need to look back I could tell.
What the hell happened to me in there? I remembered everything about my family until… until Igneel! Did my own father make me forget? No, I assured myself. He wouldn't do something like that. But then what happened in there that would make me forget the most important things to me? I stayed there crumpled up on the ground with my knees in my chest for a few more minutes, sobbing my heart out. How could I not? I don't deserve a family like them.
Finally gathering her strength, Natsu got up, whipping away her tears. This wasn't the time to cry, she thought, she needed to stay strong. She had another world to save. Regaining her composure, Natsu observed her surroundings. She was in the middle of a grassy field. Despite it being night, she could tell that there was a thick layer of fog looming over the sky. She kept looking for her destination. Her father had told her that the portal would open up some what near the Black Order's headquarters. All she knew about the place was that it was on a cliff a good ways up in the sky. Natsu then laid her eyes on something that could meet her description. It was a giant cliff that rose, from what she could see, hundreds of feat in the air. Tall enough to break though the layer of fog that blocked out the moon.
How'd I miss that? Natsu thought to herself while rubbing the back of her neck. Ignoring her lack of observational skills, she made her way towards the cliff. At the moment, she only had two options of getting up the cliff. 1. Send fire out of her feat to project herself up, or 2. Climb up. Sadly, she could not do the first with out drawing too much attention to herself. Looks like she had to do the old fashion way of getting up the cliff. It was at times like these that Natsu really missed Happy.
Finally reaching the top of the Cliff of Doom- as Natsu had so fondly dubbed it- Natsu saw the giant building perched there at the top of the cliff. The building held a gothic structure to it, as were most of the buildings in Europe at the time. Creepy! Even more creepy than Phantom! Natsu shivered. Gulping, Natsu headed for the building, not noticing the many bat like golems around the area or that some of them was lit up bright red.
(Inside the Black Order)
Images of Natsu that were projected by the golem, spun around on a holographic screen. Members of the science department gathered around them.
"Who's the girl?" One asked. It wasn't every day that people came to the Black Order.
"No idea, but they made it up the cliff." Another replied with blonde hair. The cliff was generally a test to see if they had enough determination to make it to the Black Order.
"Why is there a girl out there? You know we don't tolerate outsiders." A man with blue hair, small glasses and a white hat said. "Some one go out there and push the kid off."
"I don't think that's a good idea. Judging by the look of her she doesn't look like some one who just wandered here." The blonde said. The blue haired man fixed his glasses and looked at the picture.
"HELLO! ANYONE HOME?!" A loud voice sounded though the headset. The blonde man picked it up and put on the head set. "My name is Natsu Dragneel and I'm here to see a man named Bookman."
"She says her name is Natsu Dragneel and she's here to see Bookman. You know about this Chief Kamui?" The blonde informed the rest.
"Bookman? I don't recognize her name ether. Call for Bookman while the Gate Keeper runs a physical on her." The blue haired man, now known as Kamui answered. One of the science department nodded and headed off to find Bookman.
The door creaked. "Oh! So some one is there!" The giant head on the door came to life and stared her down. Natsu jumped into the air and squeaked.
"Prepare for an examination that will determine whether you are human or an Akuma." The gate shouted, thoroughly creeping Natsu out. Giant light beams shot out of the gate's eyes and landed on Natsu. "I can't seem to get a reading…" It scanned her over once more. "You don't pass or fail the test how is that possible?! What are you? Are you a Noah?" Natsu laughed lightly.
"No, I'm not a Noah or an Akuma. I'm half human, half dragon."
(Inside Black order)
"No, Im not a Noah or an Akuma. I'm half human, half dragon." The room was silent, Bookman as well. He had arrived while the examination was going on.
"It couldn't be…" Bookman mumbled to himself. "Kamui, what did you say her name was?"
"Natsu Dragneel." Bookman's eyes widened.
"I'm going out there." Kamui nodded.
The door creaked again, but this time it opened. A very old man walked out, he had a grey pony tail and black circles around his eyes. She sniffed the air, he smelled like books, old age, and some other weird thing she couldn't make out.
"Hello there Natsu, my name is Bookman. You wanted to see me?" Bookman asked.
"yes, my father has asked me to seek you out. I think he said that you would know what to do, or did he way that you wanted a shoe? I don't exactly remember." She rubbed her hair while laughing nervously. Bookman as well as all the people watching the conversation, sweat dropped. "But he did say that you were the only human he met in this dimension and that I could trust you." The man looked intrigued at that.
"Would your father happen to be Igneel the great fire dragon?" Bookman asked curiously.
"Yep! The one and only." She smiled. But after remembering why she was here, her face turned serious. "You see, the dragons are pissed, and when the dragons are pissed, run. I'm sure you know that dragons control all the things that we can't explain; like Igneel, he monitors the dimensions. But the dragon that is in charge of watching the dead, is the most pissed off right now. He's furious that the Millennium Earl is stealing his souls. So much so that he called the dragons together to come up with a solution for the problem. And that solution is me. I am the accommodator to the Dragon Innocence as well as have the powers of a fire dragon. I've come to help you win this war."
This chapter wasn't as long as I wanted it to be, but the next one is going to be much longer. I currently have no official paring yet, but if there is one please leave it in your review! So far I've come up with:
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