Chapter 1-The Mysterious Stranger
Broken here. I'm pretty new to Fanfiction, and this is my first fan fiction on here. Please comment, good, bad, ideas, anything!
I've already got the main outline of the story thought of, but if you have a flipping amazing idea, I'll be more than happy to include it.
Btw, this'll be set just before the Tenroujima arc.
Arigato, and Enjoy!
I'm also gonna include some Vampire Knight, Trinity Seven and Date-a-Live later on. This is just a heads-up, as you may not understand much if you haven't watched it (I throughly recommend it). I'll also give a short summary of each anime beforehand, so don't worry.
Disclaimer: Most characters are Hiro Mashima's, and some of the plot too.
Two cloaked figures lingered around the Tira tree, the most magical site in Fiore. Suddenly, as the clock chimed 12, a high-pitch question was emitted from one, "Is it time Ze-ze?" The other, Ze-ze, sighed and said, "I've already told you, stop calling me that! And yes, it's time." The other Stranger pouted at being told off, but immediately perked up at his answer. All of a sudden, a bright light flashed. When the glare had disappeared, there were just two pair of footprints left behind.
Cana was a crying heap on my bedroom floor. She told me her story, of all her failures to become S-class. I took her shoulders. She looked up, shocked.
"Cana, I realise that I am weak, and not the best person to pair up with, but please! Let my be your partner for the S-Class trials! I won't let you down."
I sighed. What had I gotten myself into this time? Ah well, it was for a friend, so it couldn't be that bad... could it?
I walked into Magnolia Forest and summoned Capricorn, explaining my situation. He bleated and sighed softly,
"I'm afraid that we simply don't have enough time Hime-sama. You have a maximum of 1 week. There is no way..." he stopped suddenly. He seemed to be having a conflict within himself.
"Capricorn. Please tell me." I asked firmly. He hesitated then nodded.
"Have you heard of Second Origin Lucy-sama?" I shook my head, wondering what he was going on about. He explained,
"You see, your magic container hold a certain amount a magic energy." he gestured with his hands and continued, "and when you fight, you use magic magic from this container. But, there is a second container called the Second Origin. It's not a lot of magic, more like a fifth of the original, but it's enough to make a difference." My eyes gleamed at the thought of more magic.
"So, how do I unlock Second Origin?" I asked.
"You don't, I do." I jumped up, and accidentally closed Capricorns gate. My eyes whipped around to face the stranger who had creeped up on me.
"I'm sorry, I didn't mean to scare you." he raised his hands in a peaceful gesture. I nodded and sat down.
"What do you mean, that you can unlock my Second Origin?" I asked, while staring at the handsome boy cautiously. He had jet black hair that just touched the tips of his ears, and the back of his neck. He had pure black eyes, and a simple circular necklace on, along with the weirdest clothes. He looked like he was wearing the garments of a monk, with a slightly decorative black cloth underneath a white cloth slung over his shoulder.
Mysterious Boy's P.O.V.
I sat down next to her, placing my hands on my knees, facing my palms to the sky. " I can unlock Second Origin, because of my magic." it was partly truth, and mostly a lie. I only knew of it because I had spent a century studying it. (If you still haven't guessed who it is... watch more Fairy Tail!)
She glared at me skeptically. I felt interrogated by those homely chocolate brown eyes, and I looked away quickly, afraid that she might guess who I really was.
"So, do you want Second Origin?" I asked, to get her attention off studying me.
She said, " Yes, but why would you help me?" I smiled.
"Because, I will come again to collect my prize."
My eyes widened in horror, and I inched a few centimetres away. Prize. He said Prize. Not payment, Prize.
"What sort of prize?" I was fearful of the answer. He chuckled.
"Just the answer to a question that has haunted me for decades." Wait, did he just say de- he interrupted me before I could finish my thought.
"Do you wish to begin?" he asked me. I was about to decline, but then, I stared into his dark, black, soulful eyes. Bad idea. I felt my breath hitch as I subconsciously reached out my hand to cup his cheek. So much pain. So much sorrow. Any doubts I had about him completely vanished.
Suddenly, I heard shouting. I'd recognise that voice anywhere. It was Natsu. I snapped out of it, and moved back. I looked at him with a desperate plea. He nodded before whispering,
"I'm sorry Lucy." before I had time to ask how he knew my name, he pulled me towards him, and I landed with a thud on the ground, with him staring above me. I didn't have time to get angry and Lucy-kick him either, because, suddenly, he reached down and gently and briefly kissed my lips. I accidentally let out a low moan (what a virgin, Lucy!) and like that, the pleasure subsided and the pain took over. I felt years worth of magic flow into me, and I struggled to hold in a yell. I saw the boy looking at me with those deep eyes of his, and he mouthed 'Sorry' again.
I choked out, "It's o-okay. Y-you've go-got to go. Nat-natsu'll kill you!" he looked at me in surprise, shocked that I'd try to warn him to get away. All of a sudden, another wave of pain crashed onto me, and I couldn't hold it back anymore. I screamed.
Mysterious Boy's P.O.V.
I felt extreme guilt watching Lucy cry out in pain. I heard twigs snapping and I looked up to see the Fire Dragonslayer. He looked at me in anger, and I surprised him by giving him one of my own.
"To think that YOU will break Lucy's heart. It is almost impossible to hold my anger back!" I yelled and turned swiftly.
"Oi! Bastard, where do you think you're going?" he yelled back, determined that he get the fight he came here for.
I ignored him and continued walking away, unable to suppress the tiny tendrils of death magic that leaked out. They instantly killed all living things close, except for Lucy and Natsu. She was strong enough to defend herself against remnants of his magic, and the worthless dragonslayer was too far away.
How was that? I'm sorry if you absolutely hated that, please comment and tell me how to improve. Thank you, Broken.