A small girl was running around an apartment with her parents watching her. She had long curly brown hair, and half of it was tied up with a white bow. She was wearing a white shirt and a black skirt with black flats.
Her parents were wearing Sector Security uniforms. They were getting ready to leave for the Satellite for a few days. It was in their job description, after all. The little girl was running around because her parents were going to let her go with them.
"Cecelia," said her mother, "You have to practice for a bit. Come on."
The little girl nodded, and walked over to the piano. She played for a while, and then got up. Her parents had recently given her the silver flute that she had begged them for, and she couldn't wait to keep playing it. Even though she had only been playing for a few days, she could already make a beautiful sound come out of it. Cecelia practiced piano out in one of the main rooms, and flute in her room.
There was a knock on the doorframe. Cecelia stopped playing and looked up. Her parents were there.
"Hey Cecelia," said her father, "It's time to go. To the Satellite."
"Are you ready, my little musician?" asked her mother. Cecelia nodded and smiled.
"Yeah, I'm ready!"
She ran out of the room, but not before forgetting her bag, her flute, and most importantly, her deck. Yes, Cecelia was a duelist as well. Even though she was just a little kid, she wanted to be a duelist, just like her parents. Especially a turbo duelist. Whenever her parents had free time, they would help her learn how to duel. However, she didn't want to duel exactly like her parents. She wanted to develop her own style.
They got to Satellite by helicopter, courtesy of Sector Security. Neo Domino's police force liked to station some of the members in Satellite for a few weeks at a time. Usually, Cecelia had to stay at home, but this time her parents decided that it would be a good idea for her to go with them and see what it was like. They secretly hoped that she would someday become part of Sector Security as well.
Once they got to the Satellite and got settled, Cecelia's parents had to get straight to work, patrolling the streets and making sure that all of the Satellites were behaving. Cecelia held her silver flute in her right hand, and had her deck in a holder connected to her hip.
"Mommy, Daddy! Can I go with you?"
"Please!" pleaded their daughter, "Just this once! I won't bother you while you're working for the rest of the time that we're here!"
Her mother sighed, while her father grinned.
"Why not?" he said, looking at his wife, "It's just one time, right?"
After a few moments, Cecelia's mom groaned in defeat.
"Yeah, alright. Fine. Just this once though, okay bebé?"
"Okay!" shouted Cecelia happily. Her parents mounted their duel runners, and Cecelia got on with her dad. Her parents then took off in different directions. Cecelia looked around at the surroundings as her father drove by.
The Satellite looked very depressing. There was lots of rubble everywhere, from fallen buildings and things like that. Some people, could be seen, but they did their best to stay out of sight. Cecelia looked back at her father. She was sitting on his lap, while he was going at a slower speed than usual.
"Why do the people here look like that, Daddy?" she asked. Her father nervously smiled. Cecelia was such an innocent child. What should he say to a person who knows nothing about this kind of thing. He could try just telling her how it really is, but she probably wouldn't understand.
"Some people here are dangerous," he finally said, "Criminals. And they don't like the good guys like me."
Cecelia slowly nodded. She didn't really understand, but she would one day. Cecelia's father looked around, and started going a little faster. He sped around the Satellite, leaving Cecelia speechless. She loved the wind in her face, and everything just zoomed by.
Cecelia's mother appeared on the screen.
"Jamie!" she said, "I need backup! There are some Satellites running away!"
Cecelia's father nodded.
"I'll be right there!"
The screen turned off, and Jamie turned to look at his daughter.
"You're gonna get to see your mom and dad in action!"
Cecelia nodded and smiled. She was really excited to see them doing their job and fight for justice.
Jamie arrived to where his wife was. It was an old parking garage that had mostly collapsed. There was a Sector Security truck there's as well, ready to take the criminals back to the Facility. Cecelia's mother was standing in front of two Satellites with criminal marks on their faces. In their hands they held different decks they had stolen. Jamie ran to his wife, giving their daughter a piggy back ride on the way there.
"I'm here!" he said. He leaned in closer to his wife.
"You want to take them on as a team, Faye?" he asked. She shook her head and smirked.
"I think we can intimidate them enough as is," she said. Faye looked back to the two Satellites.
"Unless you two want to go back to the Hive, I suggest you surrender now, and return what you have stolen."
"Fat chance!" yelled the one on the right. He had black hair and had a triangle mark under his eye on the left. Cecelia looked at her parents in worry. What were they going to do now?
Faye sighed. Why did they have to be so difficult? They just shouldn't have stolen in the first place, and then they wouldn't be in this mess.
The other Satellite looked at his buddy. This one had dark green hair and two lines going down, starting at his eyes.
"Come on man," he said, "Let's just surrender. I told you this wasn't a good idea."
"No way!" responded the black haired one, "I refuse to go back! You can't make me! I-"
He was cut off by being punched in the arm by the green haired Satellite. The green haired Satellite grabbed his buddy's arm, and they both walked to where Cecelia's parents were.
"Sorry about that," said the green haired Satellite, "We'll go back now."
Cecelia's parents nodded, and they walked into the truck to get transferred back into the Facility. Faye looked at Jamie.
"Go ahead and take them back," said Faye, "I want to take Cecelia around."
Jamie shook his head.
"You're the one that started this situation. I got here late, so you take them back. You know they're going to want to know what happened."
After a few moments of hesitation, Faye nodded and mounted her duel runner. She sped off with the truck, leaving Jamie and Cecelia the only ones left. Jamie looked at his daughter.
"Let's go check out this place I found the last time I was here," he said. He then mounted his Sector Security duel runner and sped off with Cecelia.
Alright, so this was the first chapter! For now, I'm still not too sure about pairings, but I think it's going to be OCxYusei. I was thinking of doing OCxJack instead, but I just ship JackxCarly too much! I can't break it up! Hopefully you guys are alright with that.
Anyway, I hope you guys enjoyed this, and I'll see you next time. Don't forget to R&R!