EPILOGUE

Four thousand, five hundred years later. . .

Seto Kaiba walked through the Domino City museum ancient Egyptian artifact exhibit. He still couldn't believe that the high priest of ancient Egypt on the stone tablet was actually. . .him. It didn't ease his mind when the Chihuahua walked by. He took a double-take. A girl that had to be his little sister was holding his hand, laughing and smiling. Joey was being typical Joey, but there was something different about the girl. . .

With one last glance at the tablet, he turned and left, to dwell on his thoughts. About the girl and the artifacts. Unknown to him, on the corner of the tablet, another picture was inscribed. Serenity Wheeler's picture was in the corner of the stone. . .

Odd final ending, I know, but cool none this less. Yes, this is really the end. No more updates past this point on this story. It's been great! This is my final disclaimer:

I own nothing but Sapphire's name and the storyline. She is ancient Egypt Serenity, so her character isn't mine.

The quote in ch. 12, "He would rather die this very moment than live a lifetime without knowing her name," is actually a quote from Disney's 'Pocahontas', just changed a little to match the story.

I owe most if not all of my work to my loyal reviewers! Without all of you guys, I'd be nothing!