Notes about the overall challenge in general: These are being written for the 100 Chances Writing Challenge on LiveJournal. This is not a chapter fic. Each chapter is a different theme, thus a different story. If one is a sequel to an older fic, I'll mention it at the top before you read it, so that you can refer back to the prequel if you would like.

The challenge is for Yami no Yugi x Yugi, so every theme will involve them in some way. For names for the spirit of the Puzzle, I'll often switch between 'Yami,' 'Atemu,' and 'Mou hitori no boku' depending on what mood I'm in or the subject of the fic.

Genres, ratings, settings, length, canon or AU, and other pairings will all change depending on the theme and fic. Ratings will range from G-R, hence the M rating (so that I'm covered). I'll include the genre and rating info in the chapter headings and at the top of the chapter so that way you can decide if it's one you want to read or not. Each chapter has a summary at the top as well.

Comments and reviews of the stories of course are welcomed and appreciated!

Theme: 001- At twilight; for 100_chances
Rating: G
Genre: General
Parings: Yami no Yugi x Yugi implied
Warnings: None
Spoilers: None
Summary: It was a stupid superstition, but it was still worth trying.

"I don't suppose you know anything about trigonometry, do you?" Yugi asked hopefully, looking over his shoulder toward the see-through projection of his other self. The spirit was gazing determinedly out his skylight at the darkening sky. "Mou hitori no boku?"

"Hmn?" He tore his eyes away. "Yes Aibou?"

"Trig homework? Help?"

"You are joking, I assume."

Yugi sighed. "I should have known. Go back to star gazing."

"The stars aren't out yet."

"Then what are you looking at?"


Shaking his head, Yugi decided not to pry. Puzzling over the spirit's interest in a starless twilight sky wasn't going to get his homework done any faster.

His other self remained focused on celestial matters. Moments later he spotted it, the first visible star of the night. Checking quickly over his shoulder to make sure Yugi was absorbed in his studies, he focused on the star.

It was a silly modern-day superstition, but he had nothing to lose by putting his faith in it…and everything to gain.

I wish he would see me…that he would love me the way…that I love him.

Notes: Those who have read my fics on my writing journal might've noticed that this is VERY similar to a past fic. That's not an accident. xD This is meant to be a kind of side-along with Wishes, in which Yugi's the one doing the wishing. Now, it turns out, Yami is secretly wishing for the same thing. (ETA: apparently I cannot include links in the fic itself. Please refer to my profile page, where I will link any relevent fics.)

It's cheesy, I know, but it seemed cute when I had the idea. ._.;