Dracula

Disclaimer: I do not own Naruto or Dracula.

A.N. This is a Naruto version of Dracula (The 1931 version). The list below is the list of who plays what and a small description.

Itachi Uchiha: Dracula –well you all know who Dracula is.

Sakura Haruno: Mina Harker –John Harker's fiancé. Also one of Dracula's targets.

Sasuke Uchiha: John Harker –Mina's fiancé.

Deidara: Renfield –Becomes crazy and works for Dracula.

Kakashi Hatake: Prof. Abraham Van Helsing –Tracks down vampires.

Iruka Umino: Dr. Jack Seward –Head doctor at the asylum in which he works. Also father to Mina.

Tsunade: Lucy Weston –Friend of Mina. Also Dracula's first victim.

Ino Yamanaka: Briggs –One of the nurses at the Asylum.

Neji Hyuuga: Martin –A nurse that's in charge of Deidara.

Tenten: Grace –Martin's wife and a nurse.

Naruto Usumaki: Innkeeper –The Innkeeper at the beginning of the story.

Hinata Hyuuga: Innkeeper's Wife –Wife of the Innkeeper.

Shikamaru Nara: Passenger Man –Man in the beginning

Temari: Passenger's wife –Woman in the beginning.

Rock Lee: Carriage driver –The Carriage driver in the beginning.

Kin Shizune and Ayame: Dracula's Brides –The brides of Dracula.

A.N .The dialogue is practically going to be the same from the movie, unless I added something slightly different or I don't remember. Well, now that we got that out of the way; let's get on with the story!

Chapter one

The sun was going down.

On a mountain top was a dark brown carriage, speeding down the path to the little village that lay below.

Inside were two men and a woman.

One man had brown hair that was tied up into a high ponytail. He had a baggy white shirt, a black vest, and brown trousers on. His honey brown eyes kept glancing worriedly out at the sun. 'It's getting lower by the second,' he thought

The woman next to him held his hand gently. Her curly blond hair was tied up into four slightly wavy pony tails. Her black dress was little baggy, but not too baggy. A red sash wrapped around her wait made the dress look like it was a perfect fit. Her bluish green eyes were glue to the carriage floor. She didn't want to look out at the sun. That would only make her even more scared then she already was.

The man across from them was also a blond. His hair was also tied into a high ponytail save for some of his hair that hangs in front of one of his light blue eyes. Unlike the other two people in the carriage, he had a grey suit on with a dark grey tie around his neck and a matching hat on his head. On his lap was a dark brown brief case that held important paper work.

This man's name was Deidara. He was a business man that had come from America in hopes of getting his company some money.

Suddenly the carriage gave jolt as they may have ran over what must have been a fair sized rock.

But it sent the woman flying into Deidara's lap.

The man next to her, took her in his arms, and pulled her back to her seat. "Are you alright, Temari?" he asked her.

The woman, whose name was Temari, smiled up at him. "I'm fine, Shikamaru," she said with a small smile.

Deidara turned his head and yelled out to the driver, "Hey, driver, could you slow down a little?"

"No," Shikamaru said in a firm voice. "No, keep going."

Deidara turned to Shikamaru with confusion written all over his face. "Why," he asked. "Someone could get hurt."

"No," Shikamaru said again. "We must reach the town before the sun goes down."

"But why," Deidara asked again.

Shikamaru and Temari looked at each other, then back to Deidara. "You will know soon," Temari said.

"But first, we must pray," Shikamaru added as he touched his finger first to his for head, then to his chest, then his left side of the chest, then to the right side, then he bowed his head.

Temari nodded and did the same.

Not another word was said until they reached the village at the bottom of the mountain.

As soon as the carriage stopped, a door to a nearby inn opened up to reveal a man and a woman.

The man had spiky blond hair, that was extremely messy, and tan skin. He also wore a baggy white shirt and brown trousers. But instead of a vest, he had a dirty apron on. His blues were looking around as if expected something to jump out at him and the women next to him.

The woman next to him also wore an apron over a simple white dress. Her dark blue hair fell to her shoulders and her skin was slightly pale, but not too pale. Her moon colored eyes were also looking around as if something was coming.

Suddenly, the blond turned and saw a dark haired boy and a blond haired girl playing ball next to their house. He turned to the woman and said in a hurried voice, "Hinata, get the children inside, quickly."

Hinata nodded her head and turned to the children. "Ami! Tomo! Inside! Quickly! The sun's going down!"

Ami and Tomo turned their heads to look at the sun.

It was just touching the mountain top.

The look of joy on their faces suddenly turned to one of terror. Ami looked like she was about to cry out of fright.

"Come on, Ami," Tomo said as he took her hand and the ball. "Let's go." He tugged his little sister to the inn.

Tomo when straight inside, but Ami went to Hinata and hugged her around the knees. "Mama, I'm scared," she said in a small voice.

Hinata picked her up. "It's alright," she said to her in a soothing voice.

The carriage door opened to reveal the three people that were inside.

Shikamaru and Temari ran to the house and hugged the people that were standing there.

"Naruto," Shikamaru said as he hugged him. "It's been a while."

Naruto smiled at him. "Yes it has old friend. Here, I'll get your bags."

The driver smiled as he handed the bags down to Naruto.

As he reached to the last bag, Deidara called out to him, "Oh, no driver. You leave my bag up there. I'm going some where else."

The driver shook his head and continued to send the bag down to Naruto.

Deidara ran over to him and tried to push the bag back to the top of the carriage. "No," he said again. "I'll pay you for your inconvenience. I have the money."

"Um, sir. This is Rock Lee," Naruto said, gesturing to the driver, who had black hair large bushy eyebrows. "It's not the matter of money. It's just, he doesn't drive when it's so close to sun set. We have a room, if you want. You can stay here until tomorrow."

"But I have another carriage that'll be waiting for me at midnight to take me to the castle."

"Who's castle?"

"Count Itachi Dracula's"

"Dracula?" Naruto asked with a look of horror on his face.

"Yes," Deidara replied.

Naruto looked back at Hinata and the others. Temari was holding onto Shikamaru, who also had a look of shock on his face.

Hinata turned to Temari. "Temari, take Ami inside."

Temari nodded and took Ami from her mothers arm and set her down on the floor of the inn and went back outside as she closed the door behind her.

Naruto turned back to Deidara. "You're going to Castle Dracula?" he asked.

"Why yes I am," Deidara said.

"To that castle?" Naruto asked as he pointed to a castle that was on the top of a nearby mountain.

Deidara looked to where Naruto was pointing, and then turned back to Naruto. "Yes," he said again.

Naruto shook his head. "No. No, you mustn't."

"But I must," Deidara said in a firm voice. "I have business there."

"You mustn't go," Naruto said. "There are vampires there."

Deidara let out a laugh. "Oh, I don't think there will be any problems."

"Please believe me," Naruto said. "Dracula and his three brides are there. They stay there all day. And when the sun goes down, they leave their coffins. Then, they transform into wolves and bats. They come down from the mountain, and feed on the blood of the living."

"Look." Deidara said, slightly exasperated. "I'm sure I'll be fine." He turned to Rock Lee. "If you take me up there, I'll give you double of what I owe you."

"I won't take the money," he said. "But if I take you up there, do you promise to let me leave as soon as I get your bag off the carriage and you out of it?"

Deidara nodded.

Lee sighed. "Very well," he said as he reluctantly took Deidara's bag from his hand and put it back on the carriage.

A window opened from the in and Tomo poked his head out. "Papa, look!" He pointed at the sun.

It was almost gone.

"When the sun goes down, they leave their coffins," Naruto repeated to Deidara. Then he turned back to his son. "Tomo, go back inside and lock the window. Be sure to put lots of wolfs bane around it."

Tomo nodded and closed the window.

"Don't worry," Deidara said as he started to get back into the carriage. "I'll be careful."

"Wait," Hinata called out to Deidara, causing him to halt. Hinata ran over to him. She took the crucifix from around her neck and held it out to him. "If you must go," she continued. "Then take this. For your mothers sake. It will protect you."

Deidara took off his hat and bowed his head as she put the tiny cross around his neck. "Thank you," he said to her. "Now I must be off." And with that, he closed the door and the carriage took off towards Castle Dracula.

Shikamaru, Temari, Naruto and Hinata were shouting their good lucks and be safes to him as they disappeared from sight. Then, the quickly went inside just as the sun sank behind the horizon.

A.N. That's my first chapter. I hope you like it. I had to change Itachi's last name, that way it wouldn't look like he and Sasuke were brothers. Because in this story, they are not. Please read and review!

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