Disclaimer: I do not own Sailor Moon or Ronin Warriors.
Lady Kayura walked down the starlit road. As she passed a
park, she noticed a pink-haired girl in her pre-teens nestled underneath the
statue of a winged horse.
"Are you alright, young one?" Lady Kayura asked.
"Oh," the girl moaned, rubbing her eyes.
Lady Kayura took a knee, "are you alright?" she repeated.
The pink-haired girl nodded, "yes."
"What are you doing here at this hour?" Lady Kayura asked.
"I like to sit here in the park sometimes," the girl smiled, "I must have fallen asleep again. What's your name?"
"Kayura, Lady Kayura," she said.
"Well, Lady Kayura, you're not around here, are you?" the girl questioned.
Lady Kayura shook her head.
"I'm sorry about that," the girl sympathized.
"No need to apologize," Lady Kayura said, "my
world became dark and evil and it had to be destroyed.
"Sailor Saturn?" the girl cried.
"You know her?" Lady Kayura asked.
"Of course, she's my best friend in the world!"
"What is your name, child?" Lady Kayura questioned.
"Rini," she replied.
Kayura looked at the statue, "So, do you love horses?"
"Yes, especially ones with wings," Rini smiled, "I haven't told many people about this but I've seen Pegasus."
"He is only a legend," Kayura muttered, "and a constellation in the sky."
"No, he's real," Rini said, standing up.
"Hmmm," Kayura murmured.
"That's awful," Rini said.
"I would look at the stars every night," Kayura said, "then I would dream about a flying horse will take me to the stars."
"What a lovely dream," Rini smiled.
"He never came for me. He's not real."
"He is too!" Rini snapped, "I saw him!
"Rini, he only exists in the sky and in people's dreams," Kayura said.
"If you believe enough," Rini said, "then you
will see him too.
Kayura pondered what Rini just said and didn't say anything.
"Well, it's late and the others are probably wondering where I am," Rini said, "goodbye, Miss Kayura."
Kayura nodded, "take care, little one."
The Amazon trio, minus one, Fisheye, sat at the counter of a
"Just where in the Dead Moon Circus is Fisheye?" Hawk's Eye muttered.
"She's out with the quartet doing some girl's night out thing," Tiger's Eye replied as he stirred his drink with the olive.
"I wonder what we're supposed do now," Hawk's Eye
said, "with our new dream mirrors.
"I don't know," Tiger's Eye took a swig of his drink, "anything we want, I suppose."
"Maybe we should look at other people's dreams," Hawk's Eye suggested.
"No, I just want to look at them, Tiger's Eye," Hawk's Eye said, "I don't' want to destroy them or anything."
"Maybe I'm supposed to become a bird watcher or something," Hawk's Eye mumbled, "I don't know."
"Yeah," Tiger's Eye grinned, "You always were
a bird brain!
"You idiot!" Hawk's Eye snarled.
Tiger's Eye struggled to breathe,
"Gentlemen, stop!" a voice said behind them.
"Who are you?" Hawk's Eye demanded.
"My name is Prince Diamond," he replied.
"We're not brothers," Tiger's Eye said.
"Well, you're friends, aren't you?" Prince Diamond demanded.
"Friends fight sometimes but you must remember you're friends," Prince Diamond linked his arms around their necks, "you won't know how special your friends are until some evil guy kills them!" Prince Diamond sniffed and began to bawl.
"What's his problem?" Tiger's Eye asked.
"I don't know," Hawk's Eye responded.
"Sapphire," Diamond moaned, "brother!
"Umm," Tiger's eye mumbled, "not that I care or anything, but what's the matter?"
Diamond sat down and ordered a hard, fancy drink, "The usual family crisis, you want power and you want to rule the world and you listen to what this wise man tells you and then he kills your one and only brother!"
"Sounds more like a wise guy to me," Tiger's Eye said.
"Yeah, like Zirconia," Hawk's Eye agreed.
"I'll never be able to forgive myself for believing him,"
"Diamond!" Sapphire cried behind him.
"Sapphire?" Diamond turned around, "you're
"I don't know…all I remember is someone with some echoy
voice talking to me," Sapphire said.
"Voice?" Diamond mumbled.
"I heard it too," Rubeus said as he sat down.
"Rubeus!" Diamond cried.
Rubeus smiled and ordered a drink.
"Where's Emerald?" Sapphire asked.
"I saw her talking to this group of girlie clowns from
a circus," Rubeus replied.
"Well, looks like we've formed our own little man night out," Hawk's Eye mumbled, "I hope Fish Eye is having fun."
"That woman's crazy," Tiger's Eye said.
"There are some women that will do anything for you," Sapphire said.
"And some that wouldn't give you the light of
day," Diamond added.
The four started talking about their own 'dream girl' and then Lady Kayura walked in and sat at the far end.
"Looks like my dream girl just walked in!"
"I saw her first!" Rubeus snarled, grabbing him and pulling him back.
"Gentlemen," Diamond grabbed both men and pulled
them back, "you don't know how to approach a lady. Watch and
"Yeah, I watched how you approached Neo Queen Serenity and I learned a lot!" Rubeus muttered.
Diamond ignored the tasteless remark and continued to walk
to Lady Kayura.
Lady Kayura rolled her eyes, oh, good one, she
"Let me buy you a drink," Diamond offered.
"No thank you," Lady Kayura said.
"I insist, you look like you could use some
company," he entered her comfort zone and placed his hand on her
"Get your hand off me!" she stood up and whacked him away with the Ancient's staff.
"More lessons from the master of women!" Rubeus
"Anyone else with a comment?" Lady Kayura demanded, taking out her starlight swords.
"No-No!" all men shook their heads and waved their hands side to side.
"This is even worse than being ignored," Tiger's Eye said under his breath.
Lady Kayura sipped her tea while the five men looked at her,
wanting to make a move but not wanting to end up stuck in the wall.
"Where is that woman from?" Tiger's Eye asked.
"I think it's best we don't' know," Hawk's Eye replied.
"Hi guys," Fish Eye's high voice rang,
"you're going to go nuts when you hear what we did today!"
Hawk's Eye and Tiger's Eye groaned and propped their heads
up with their hands.
Reading their thoughts, Rubeus said, "those circus clowns!"
"They're not clowns!" Emerald snapped, standing behind Fish Eye, "these girls happen to very nice!"
Rubeus sneered, I forgot about her…
"Men," Lady Kayura grumbled as she continued to
walk down the street.
She kept a distance afraid to startle him but remained her
eyes on the beautiful creature.
Lady Kayura smiled.
Pegasus closed his eyes and lowered his head.
"I am the protector of dreams," Pegasus said, "do you believe in me?"
"Yes," Lady Kayura said, petting his mane, "I
"I must go now," Pegasus said.
Kayura nodded in understanding.
As Pegasus disappeared, she saw a faint image of a young man
with white hair and a golden horn on his head.