|Element Bey Warriors
Author: LunarStarEclipse PM
The victory from the war of Nemesis came with a price. Nature has been thrown off course.After eighteen months, a mysterious, oddly mixed group of bladers appear. Will the bladers get along with the seven, especially with the emotionless, war-loving leader? Will they be able to keep up with this war's beyblade battle style? What if the past and a splash of romance comes into play?Rated: Fiction T - English - Fantasy/Romance - Chapters: 4 - Words: 8,312 - Favs: 2 - Follows: 2 - Updated: 04-17-13 - Published: 03-08-13 - id: 9081905
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Hey, I decided to do my other version of Bey Metal Warriors. I think this one might be better than the first since i got lost with the first one. This is going to cover more fantasy than the other. Hope you like it.
Summary: Eighteen months past after Nemesis's defeat. There were no beyblade villians to fight against and save the beyblade world from. Except...Nemesis's defeat awoken another evil that has been kept in a slumber for eons and eons. An evil that was forgotten by everyone but a few. Now, with that evil slowly rising, the well-known bladers and mechanic have to work together with a group whose leader is considered bad luck. They will have to learn to fight in more ways than one and endure battles that may lead their end. When things can't get any more difficult, they all just had to fall in love. Will they be able to live through this war, despite the tricks, rivalry, betrayal, family, and love?
(Right after the defeat of Nemesis)
Lightning struck the earth and annihilated the weak. A wild tornado sucked warriors in and ripped their bodies apart. Metal spears started growing out of the ground and pierced running soldiers. The earth shook violently and split, swallowing troops. A wild fire burned the forest and decapitated bodies into ashes. A tsunami so large drowned the warriors. The sun and moon were joined in an eclipse. The sky was half-light and half-dark as if they were in a battle for the heavens.
There were sounds of metal weapons clashing and guns and cannons shooting. There were battle screams and screams of agony. There was a beast with a face like a black hole emitting an evil and happy laugh as it watched the humans battle one another.
Finally, a female warrior in a multi-colored armor and a dark silver robe screamed. Her spinning top glowed so it matched her armor and a matching colored lioness appeared. Fourteen colored beams shot out into the sky and the beast disappeared and was thrown deep into the earth.
The female warrior caught her bey. She and six of her allies walked to a temple. The female warrior placed her bey on the temple before fainting, feeling her life force fading away. Her six allies wept.
The Black Hole laughed…
The Black Earth vowed…
Chaos continues to build…and the Earth shatters.
A thirteen year old girl snapped her eyes open and sat up on her bed. She had silver hair and silver eyes. She breathed heavily and clutched her chest. Outside, a gale of wind blew and rain pounded on her window. It was pitch black.
The cerulean-haired girl wiped the sweat off her face. "Why?" she asked. Her voice was raspy and scared. "Why?"
As if the storm was listening, lightning flashed next to her window. At that short moment, the girl's upper body showed. Her arms were bandaged with a few blood stains and there was a hint of scar on her right eye behind her bangs.
The girl looked out the window in sadness. "I still don't find it fair," she muttered, a tear forming in her eye.
(One year since the defeat of Nemesis)
The silver-haired girl stood in front of six other people. There was a girl with pinkish-purple hair; a girl with dark blonde hair; a girl with lavender hair; a girl with orange hair; a little girl with dark brown hair; and a boy with ebony hair. It was dark and they were hardly visible. They were standing near a temple with a stone altar that shone fifteen different colors.
"We've been training for nearly a half a year now," the silver-haired girl said sternly. "We can't let our guard down. With Black Earth still around, the Elements are uneasy. They're causing unstable weather around the globe. We'll go out of hiding but remember that we have to keep our identities hidden. We can't have too many people know our situation. It has to stay a secret like it always has been. Remember, report to me if anyone that is not trustworthy knows our secret. You know the action that has to be done."
The six people nodded and saluted. The pinkish-purple haired girl asked, "What will we do if someone trustworthy finds out?"
The silver girl narrowed her eyes and replied, "If that does happen, then I will see if they truly are trustworthy. If I find that they are, then they have a choice to either leave us and keep the secret or work with us. Hopefully, they would be wise when making their choice."
"Is this really a good idea?" the boy asked. They turned to him. "This is risky. Black Earth will find us easily because of our beys. We'll be putting the people around us in danger."
"Black Earth wouldn't bother with attacking innocent bystanders. They'll just be wasting the energy and supplies they would need to defeat us. Besides, they don't want to make themselves public just yet. It will ruin their plans."
"Reporters will be asking questions," the lavender haired girl said, "especially about me and Air. You know of our reputations and our disappearances are big news. What will I say?"
"Just think of something," the brown haired girl told her. "Reporters will write almost anything just to get a good story. You just have to give enough convincing facts."
"Are you sure that we should go to Japan though?" the orange haired girl said. "Black Earth's main base is there as well as some of the famous bladers. With them around, it may be difficult. Black Earth is after them too, right?"
The silver haired girl shook her head. "They are not after them. They are only secretly collecting information on their beys and battle styles. Though, I do see your point. If those bladers do end up getting tangled into our mess, then Black Earth might hunt them down along with us. This is why we must be extremely careful. I am sure that we will be found out but not our identities. Our identities and purpose is most important."
The six nodded. The blonde looked at the silver-haired girl with a questioning look.
"Possibly in a few hours," the silver-haired answered like she knew what the blonde was asking. "Make sure to pack everything that is important and don't leave anything crucial behind. We can't have the Dark Spirits attain them."
They all glanced at each other before they separated.
(Half a year later)
Madoka sat in her workshop, doing the finishing touches on Big Bang Pegasus. On the desk behind her, there was Storm Aquario, Flash Sagittarius, Flame Libra, Earth Eagle, Fang Leon, and Dark Bull. They all looked polished and unscathed. Her computer was playing the Japan news. Madoka stopped and looked at the screen when the news reporter said, "With the odd weather around the world, people are starting to think that the world is truly ending."
"Truly ending, huh?" Madoka muttered to herself, remembering Nemesis.
"Unlike two years ago when the world almost ended by the bey, Diablo Nemesis, the world seems to be ending because of these two possible reasons. One, nature has changed. There has been snow in Egypt, rainstorms in the deserts, heat waves in the Antarctic, and tsunamis in the middle of Africa. How all of these are possible, especially since it is only February, no one has been able to figure it out.
"Second, it is because of these sightings of these cloaked figures. There seems to be two different groups that appear whenever there is a major weather change and disappear when it is over. People are starting to think that they are the reason for all of this."
Madoka raised in eyebrow. She found that silly. The screen showed two images. The one on the left showed three figures—all men—wearing pitch black attire with blood red cloaks. They had their hoods up so it blocked their top half of their faces.
The image on the right showed six figures—six girls and one boy. They all wore different colored fantasy-like armor. On the left, there was the boy who had hair the color of steel and black eyes; a small girl with fire-like hair and red eyes; and a girl with lightning yellow hair and grey eyes like storm clouds. On the right side, there was a girl with forest green hair and brown eyes like mud; a girl with white hair that shone like pearls and aqua blue eyes; and a girl with whitish-silver hair and blue eyes the color of the sky. In the middle, there was a girl with matching hair and eyes that were fifteen different colors the swirled together: purple, red, electric yellow, sky blue, ocean blue, icy blue, steel gray, earth brown, black, white, amber, green, blood red, gold, and silver.
Madoka stared at the pictures. She started feeling a hint of fear though she had no idea why. She shook her head and the news reporter went back to talking. "This has been going on for nearly eighteen months. How much longer will this go? Who could these cloaked figures be? Could they truly be the reason for the odd weathers or is it just a coincidence? Is the world really ending? Or-"
Madoka closed her computer and went back to repairing Pegasus. "It seems like there is always worldwide disorder," she sighed. "I hope they will be over soon."
As she completed her repairs on Big Bang Pegasus, she heard the shop door opening and footsteps. She saw Gingka, Hikaru, Kenta, Yu, Tsubasa, Kyoya, and Benkei walking down the staircase. "Madoka, did you finish the repairs on our beys yet?" Yu asked.
Madoka smiled and yawned. She almost fell asleep after the completion. "Yep. They're right here," she said gesturing to the beys. Her friends picked up their beys and thanked her.
"You really are the best, Madoka," Gingka said with a large grin. "It's been almost a month since we last had a bey battle!"
Madoka blushed. "Thanks. Next time, be careful you guys. I know that you were attacked out of nowhere but you should've fled instead of battling all of them."
"We could have taken them on," Benkei said.
"You guys were outnumbered by fifteen to seven! And they were all almost to Gingka's and Kyoya's level," Madoka argued. "You honestly think that you could take them all on? It was difficult to repair all your beys you know!"
"Sorry Madoka," Gingka said sheepishly. "We'll be more careful. We promise."
Madoka nodded in satisfaction. "Though, it was weird that we were attacked like that," Kenta said. He furrowed his eyebrows. "We don't even know them and they were wearing these black masks and red cloaks."
It suddenly got darker and they heard a gale blowing outside. They heard the sound of thunder and the light lit up momentarily by lightning. "What the heck?" Kyoya muttered, looking out the small window.
Madoka frowned. "Did you guys hear the news this morning? They say that the world is probably going to end because of these weird weathers and natural disasters. They think that nature is thrown off balance or it's because of these cloaked figures that have been sighted during the disasters."
"I watched it," Tsubasa said. He crossed his arms. "It's very unsettling. I'm worried that there might be another beyblade war."
"You think that a bey is controlling all of these disasters?" Yu asked him.
"It's possible. You know what power beys have," Tsubasa said, recalling all the past enemies.
Kyoya grunted. "A bey that can control natural disasters, huh? A bey with that power will make any menace want to achieve it."
"If there really is a bey like that, I wonder how it can cause natural disasters worldwide," Hikaru said quietly.
"I thought the same thing earlier so I tried to see if there can be any info about it," Madoka said. "Legends, pictures, sightings. The only thing I got that was relevant was a small piece of an ancient legend."
"What did it say?" Kenta asked out of curiosity.
Madoka said, "It didn't say much. All it said was: With the power of the Guardian and her Element Bey, she, along with the Ancient Warriors, defeated the Black Hole and brought back the balance of nature. That was all it said."
"That's not much," Benkei said.
Madoka nodded. "That was all that I could find."
"I hope the weather would get back to normal that way the beyblade tournaments will be back," Gingka sighed sadly. "Because of the unpredictable weathers, there haven't been any tournaments. It gets boring without them. It's been almost a year!"
There was another flash of lightning and a rumble of thunder soon after. Everyone flinched as the building shook slightly. Madoka looked outside and frowned. The wind increased into tornados, the rain poured down like a fire of bullets, and the lightning flashed every ten seconds. "It's a death storm out there," she said. She turned to her friends. "It won't be safe to go outside. You guys cans stay here until the weather clears."
"Thanks Madoka," Kenta thanked her with a smile.
"This got to be the worst storm yet in spring," Tsubasa said. He shook his head. "I hope Eagle is okay." His feathery friend always went missing during the unstable storms and always comes back after they end. Tsubasa still doesn't know where it goes.
"At least it's better than that blizzard during the winter," Yu pouted. "I nearly froze in ice, literally!"
"And my house got buried in snow," Kyoya grumbled. "I was stuck in there for almost a week after the blizzard."
There were more series of rumbles and flashes. The door flung open and all the paper and most of Madoka's equipment flying. It took all of them to close finally close the door. They blocked the door completely with some desks and the coach in order to keep it closed.
"Why do I have a bad feeling about this?" Madoka asked no one in particular as she and the others cleaned up the workshop.