"I don't know what you're so worried about mom; I'm feeling much better now." Jennifer sat moodily in the doctor's office with her mom right beside her.

"Jennifer, I love you, but I know the signs. You've been throwing up and your mood's been swinging like a child at a park." Jennifer rolled her eyes.

"Mom, I'm not pregnant. Just watch, the doctor will come back in and tell you that you're wasting your time, that I just ate some bad food and that I'm on my period." As if on cue, the doctor walked in with a manila folder in his hand. He sat down behind his desk and rested his hand on his knuckles, glancing back and forth between Jennifer and her mother. The silence went like this for what seemed forever.

"Well… Jennifer… ahem... um… let's see… how should I go about this…" Both Jennifer's eyes and her mother's grew wide. Jennifer simply choked on words and her mother rubbed her face with her hands, unsure of what to do.

The waves crashed and rolled upon each other, the maelstrom above tormenting the ocean below. There were no digimon around save one. Deep, deep below the seas that separated the continents of Server and Driver, resting calmly, quietly upon the ocean bed, was him.

The shadow of what looked like a small, two-headed creature shifted from within the glass-like crystal. As the being within the jewel of evil rested, rebuilding his power, above the waves cracked and rolled on. It was of no matter to them that miles away, drawn by an unmistakable, yet unidentifiable call, stood an angel-like figure on the beaches of Driver.

"Who are you?"

Notes from the Author

Well, I didn't really change too much plot-wise until these last two chapters. I added an entirely new chapter and the epilogue is completely different from the old one, which by the way isn't written by James—he doesn't know. The middle still feels a little awkward, but I'm not changing this anymore unless some huge, terrible mistake that threatens the existence of existence comes up… then I MIGHT think about it. I wanna get back to writing Evolution. Special thanks to:

Senagirl – Well, for about a moment I was about the drop the whole "The Reason" thing altogether since the chapter before was so gushy (gag), but since I know you really liked it, and I couldn't think of how to change the farewell and keep it sad, I kept it. I hope you like the new ending!

ShadowBeast1 – Well… it has gotten a few more reviews since I renovated it.

Raziel – Oh don't worry, I'll probably be writing stories for quite some time. You should see how much my English grades have changed from all the practice! I'm not about to kill a good thing! Ha ha!

Shadic the Hedgehog, Author – Hey, if anybody wants to write the check and buy the rights, I'm all ears for that. Thanks for the support!

Rikui – Yay homework. I feel for ya. I have to build a "projectile launcher" for physics class so I'm spending a lot of my time messing with my dad's tools making a sort of slingshot. I just hope it works. Wait a minute… back on subject… the story, that's right. Thanks for the review!

AuroranWings – It's a friggin novel for crying out loud, take your time. Although… you reviewed way back in October...

Evan – Blunt, aren't we? Yeah, yeah, I'll rewrite it when I get the right motivation and mood. I tried writing it twice when it felt more like and obligation than something I wanted to do and both times it didn't come out like I wanted, so you're just gonna have to wait, sorry! Although, it's nice to know somebody's demanding it.

Pyroguy – I don't know why, but villains are so much easier to make hate-able than it is to make heroes like-able, at least for me. Oh yeah, you haven't updated your own story in a while (52004). Why not?

Dragon-Grrrrl – I pulled you back in, mwa ha ha. You are trapped forever now… wait… maybe not. Oh well. Like I said with the anonymous Evan up there, I was writing it to obligation, not to personal wishes—so I took it down. I found myself digging a hole that was just way to hard to cohesively get out of and I could already see myself writing towards disaster. But now, with a new ending, I've thrown in a whole new factor to work with, so when I eventually do come back to this series (after I finish Evolution), I should be able to make it really good and the way I want it.

Well, that's it for revising the first fanfic I ever wrote. Already I look back on it and think, wow that was a while ago. It's almost a year old! Thanks for your support and I hope you enjoyed:

Digimon Ages Part I: Digimon Legends

To be continued…