Just Like A Game.

This is an alternate reality.

I got the idea because in the manga they are always making comparisons to video games so I decided to make a fanfic that has the story of a Fantasy/RPG video game.

Disclaimer: I do not own Negima, Ken Akamatsu does.


Chapter One: The beginning.

Deep in the dark woods of the Petrified Forest was a large and foreboding castle. In side the castle lived a young woman who appeared to be in her twenties. This woman was wearing a black dress; the top of her dress displayed her perfect cleavage, the sleeves reached down to the start of her forearm while the rest of the sleeve was some kind of see-through fabric and the bottom trailed down to the ground so not even her feet showed.

The woman was sitting in a poorly lighten room looking out a window. Even though it was a ways off she could see the nearest village alight. In all her years alive she picked up an ability to be able to tell when a town or village was being attacked by demons.

Though she didn't know it was being attacked until it was already too late.

"Mistress, are you bothered bythe attack?" An equally beautiful woman in a French maid's outfit asked. This one had green hair.

"It doesn't matter, even if I used a shadow gate it would be too late. As of late no one survives those kinds of attacks." The first woman who was a blonde replied with a hint of sadness in her voice.

The second woman could tell that the first was not in a mood to talk so she just stood there in silence just staring.

Hours past and the blonde woman spoke. "Chachamaru, I'm going to bed." And with that she walked off.

It was now the early hours of the morning and the woman identified as Chachamaru was preparing breakfast for the blonde woman.

There was a knock at the door, this struck Chachamaru as something quite weird, almost no one would pass through the woods that surrounded the castle and most of those people who did steered clear of the castle out of fear of it's inhabited. Only someone sent on official business would actually come to the castle and the people who sent the messengers knew full well not to bother coming in the morning and disturb the feared blonde woman.

So needless to say Chachamaru hurried over to the door. Upon opening it she was in for a surprise.

There standing at the door was a girl about the age of thirteen with an infant in her arms.

Chachamaru could tell that they were in trouble and being the kind hearted person she is she motioned for the girl with the baby to enter.

"What is your business here?" Chachamaru asked as she showed the girl to a chair and then taking a seat in front of her.

"Our village was attacked by demons; me and my brother were the only ones who survived." The girl looked down at the baby.

Chachamaru then asked "What are your names?"

The girl was quick to respond "My name is Nekane and this is Negi." Nekane said as she rocked the baby Negi back and forth gently.

"Do you have anywhere to go?" Chachamaru was quite concerned for their well being.

"Unfortunately no." The girl said ready to cry but she just pulled the baby closer to her.

"If you will excuse me." Chachamaru stood up and walked away.

Chachamaru went to inform the blonde woman of the situation.

"So they have nowhere to go and you want them to stay here?" The blonde woman seemed to give her servant a cold stare before she turned her back and finished talking. "Fine, if you want that then go ahead."

This brightened the kind hearted Chachamaru considerably. "Thank you Mistress!"

Chachamaru left the blonde woman's room with a spring in her step.

Finding her way back to Nekane she informed the girl she and her brother could stay.

"Thank you so much." Nekane was relieved to hear the news.

"You should thank the master of this castle, Mistress Evangeline A.K. McDowell." Chachamaru informed Nekane. "You must be hungry I'll make some breakfast for the both of you." And after showing Nekane to the dinning room Chachamaru want off to make breakfast.

Soon Nekane was joined by the blonde woman, Evangeline.

"So you are the ones Chachamaru was talking about." Evangeline said as she seated herself.

"Yes and you are Miss. McDowell?"


"I would like to thank you for taking us in." Nekane said as she smiled at the woman.

Just then Chachamaru brought in the food and took her seat as well.

It was a few minutes later that Evangeline spoke. "I will not allow any savages to stay in my castle. Chachamaru will teach both of you on how to act proper while I'll handle your education. Understood?"

"Yes, thank you." Nekane replied.


So what do you think so far? I know this was a short chapter but I would like to get a little feedback on this story. I have a few ideas as to how I want the story to develop but I don't know which direction I want to go in.