Authoress's Note: This is for Serena-hime/Moon_Princess/Ejiputotsuki (depending on which site you're at). Hi Cat-chan! This is one of her three contest prizes (from FAC) and would be the EternalShipping Twoshot. I apologize in advance for the depressingness of it but I still hope you like it Cat-chan! If you don't know Eternal Snow's general storyline or understand the pairing and child and such, you won't understand it. Even though, technically, all her friends are featured in the next chapter of the twoshot, Kay is the only one who gets recognition (if you want, you can tell her 'bout it Cat-chan) 'cause I don't know for sure who EVERYONE is that's going to be in it. Anyway, please enjoy it. By the way, there will not be an AN in the next chapter so I'll put disclaimers and stuff in here.
Disclaimer: Lego-chan doesn't own YuGiOh or any of it's characters, Cat, Kay, Aelita, Moe, Eternal Snow, or Full Moon wo Sagashite, so please don't sue. Oh, and Wulf-chan (Ghost Wulf/YoriXYamiForever depending on the site you use) helped me with the plot so that's not entirely mine either.
Chapter One: We are bound to one another . . .
"Atemu," Cat whispered. "How much longer do we have?"
"About an hour," her husband whispered back, rubbing a finger across the back of her hand. Cat sighed and slowly blinked her blue eyes open to look into his vibrant violet orbs.
"I miss Moe."
Atemu wrapped his arm around her shoulders and held her to his chest as well as he could in the airplane seats.
"I'm sure she misses you, too, but she'll be fine with Yugi. She's probably having lots of fun right now."
Cat sighed again but allowed her eyes to slip closed, the sounds of the airplane motor soothing her tired mind.
A few minutes later, she slipped out of her seat.
"I need to run to the bathroom."
He nodded to her before she made her way down the noisy aisle. Unfamiliar voices chattered around her, the words stringing together to create a mess that made no sense to her.
Up ahead, a woman with two young children exited the room Cat was heading for. She smiled to the tired woman as she maneuvered her way around her and entered the small bathroom. The brunette made sure to lock the door before she took care of her business, all the while thinking of her only daughter longingly.
When she finished she stood and moved to unlock the door but stumbled as the floor suddenly jerked wildly. Cat let out a scream and fell to her knees. Another jerk slammed her into the wall and she had to struggle to reach the door again. To her dismay, she found she couldn't unlock it. Someone, or something, kept her from doing so and, she guessed, held the door closed.
Another jerk threw her backward and she smacked into the toilet. She quickly moved to hold the lid down and prayed the water wouldn't splash and get her wet.
She heard screams, jerks, and crashes outside the door and suspected the plane was spiraling toward the ground.
A strong, deep baritone voice shouted through the door and Cat threw herself toward it to here him.
"Cat, my beloved! Please stay in there, please! It's not safe out here! I love you, beloved! Please tell Moe that I love her, too!"
The room began to spin and tumble. Cat barely noticed as tears flowed freely down her cheeks.
She was going to lose him and she was never going to see him again.
An explosion sounded and it felt like the room had slammed into the ground before tumbling and twisting again. When it finally stopped, Cat found herself sprawled across the ceiling. Blood flowed from a couple of wounds and she was soaked in toilet water and her own tears.
"Atemu," she whispered, her eyes cloudy. "You can't leave me. Please don't leave me."
She heard a crackling fire outside the still locked door before her world went black.