A/N: Okay, first of all, do I even NEED to say that there's going to be character death? I think the title implies that, doesn't it? Well, if it doesn't. Here it is: Gaz is romped by a bus. Yes, romped. It's as though it's graphic, though. So, you know.
Anyhoo, what's up with this? Shouldn't I be updating GoI or something, instead of starting a new story? Well, I will update GoI soon, I promise, but, well, this week has been…less than fun. Yes, it's been standardized test after standardized test. Needless to say, I haven't had a lot of time to write.
So, I started Guardian Angel Gaz! Whoo, innit a GREAT title folks? Normally I wouldn't make story titles so very obvious, but, well, I think it's rather befitting of the story. Plus, I get to use the acronym "GAG" and, well, I think we should all know how amazing that is….Maybe.
Hmm, not much else to say about this, I suppose, as it's just the prologue. Just that I hope you enjoy.
Disclaimer: Me no owny Invader ZIM.
That day was beautiful - absolutely stunning. The sun was shining; birds in the trees were twittering harmonizing tunes, squirrels were chattering, people were playing – laughing. And she hated it.
She hated the noise. Everyone was so loud that she could barely hear herself beating the pulp out of vampire piggies. The sun was no better. It was so very bright. It was causing a glare on her GSII screen.
If the sun weren't a star, she would destroy it.
Truly, to Gaz, this day was entirely loathsome. Made even more so by the fact that she was forced to be outside. Not for long, granted, just for the distance it took for her to walk from skool to her home, but it was stupid to her. Everything seemed to be being stupid today, especially her brother.
"And then he started talking about how he would use LASERs to destroy the human race. But, no, NOBODY believes that he's an alien. Today he even started talking about different planets! Can you believe that, Gaz?" her brother rambled.
Gaz remained silent. It was taking everything she had not to choke him.
"Gaz?" he repeated.
Gaz began to grit her teeth.
"Are you listening to me, Gaz? Ah, anyway I-"
"Be quiet, Dib," Gaz snapped, "Be quiet, no one cares!"
Her brother blinked, and stood there for a moment. He looked like he was about to say something else, but before he did, Gaz snarled. She didn't want to hear anymore of this. She was going to walk home some other way.
Dib didn't say anything as she started walking across the street, and only turned around when he heard a sudden gasp, the squealing of tires, then silence.
There, where his sister had been just a moment before, was a bus.