Reincarnation: Purity In Despair
The Loss Of Purity.
Disclaimer: I don't own Inu-Yasha, just the story idea.
Throughout the forest you could hear the clanging sounds of weapons, as well as, many shouting voices. An epic battle was taking place in this forest. Through the many trees and shrubs, came a large clearing, about the size of a football field. This is where the battle was taking place.
Many blurred colors were flying around, attacking what looked to be a giant monster. This was in fact a monster, but one that was fighting back ferociously. The monster looked as if he was human, except he had many tentacles coming down from his waist. These tentacles made him over a story high. This made no difference to the many colors attacking him.
From the side of the field, an arrow was shot towards the monster's abdomen. The arrow glowed bright purple in color. The monster moved , but not far enough to escape the glowing arrow. It hit him below the waist, taking out many of his tentacles. Although, they just grew back.
"Next time won't be so pretty, Naraku!" yelled the young girl who shot the arrow.
She had long black, vibrant hair. Her eyes were the color of pine trees, deep green. She was wearing a traditional green and white school uniform. A red sash was tied under the collar of her shirt. She was holding a medium sized bow, getting ready to shoot another arrow.
The monster laughed, "You couldn't pierce me if you tried."
He was distracted. Another figure took chance at an attack. A large boomerang shaped weapon flew towards him. Flying trough the air, it went behind him and caught his abdomen on the flight back to it's owner. Naraku growled, as the boomerang was caught.
"Maybe you should pay more attention to your surroundings." said the girl with the boomerang.
Her eyes fierce, milk chocolate in color. She had dark brown hair, tied up into a high pony tail. She was wearing a skin tight black suit, with fuchsia colored armor. This young woman was a demon slayer, taijiya, and she was determined to slay this demon.
Naraku was angry. He shot many tentacles in all directions. The taijiya ran towards the school girl, using her boomerang, as a shield. She guarded the school girl from the tentacles flying towards them.
"Are you alright, Kagome?" she asked.
"Fine, now that you're here." The school girl smiled.
During this time a man dressed in all red, with cloud white hair and dog ears flew towards the demon. He brought out his katana, which transformed into a huge sword. The dog eared man took a slice at the monster. He successfully cut off the monsters left arm. Naraku, sent one of his tentacles through the dog eared man's chest in revenge.
"Inu-Yasha!" yelled the school girl, as the man in red fell to the ground.
"Keh," The man grumbled as he took the tentacle out of his chest, throwing it to the ground as he got up. "I won't be killed so easily Naraku."
A man in purple robes was attacking the tentacles, left and right. He was a monk, using his staff as a weapon. He had short black hair, tided back in a small pony tail. Getting aggravated, he threw some sacred sutras upon the tentacles, making them purify and dissipate.
"Anytime now guys…" He yelled at the rest of the group.
"Ready, Sango?" Kagome asked.
The taijiya nodded, as the young school girl drew an arrow back. As the arrow was released, so was the boomerang. They flew together in a brilliant light purple light. The boomerang hit first, tearing Naraku in two, next was the arrow hitting him directly in the heart.
"You'll regret this!" Naraku screamed with his last breath.
With his last ounce of energy, Naraku sent one last tentacle towards Kagome.
"Kagome!" yelled the taijiya running to her, and leaping in front of her, taking the blow.
Sango fell to the ground, just as Naraku's body dissipated. The rest of the Shikon no Tama was laying on the ground. Where Naraku's monstrous body once stood. They all stood still, as Kagome fell to her knees beside Sango. Sango lay there, barely breathing. The enormous tentacle dissipated along with Naraku, leaving a break in Sango's top. It was flowing with blood.
"Why ..would….would you do that Sango?" Kagome asked broken up by the tears streaming down her face.
"You… are my life." Sango said lightly, having trouble breathing, "I.. couldn't let it end.."
Kagome was crying more now. She hugged Sango, not caring about anything else in the world. She held her close, until Sango made a noise as if she was going to speak.
"I.. I love you… Kagome." Sango said with her last breath.
"I love you too… Sango.." Kagome said between tears, hugging Sango's lifeless body as close to her as she could. She never wanted to let go of Sango. Many memories flooded her head. Memories she cherished. The first time she ever held Sango, the first time they kissed, the memories kept flooding back like a hurricane. Kagome didn't know what to do now. All she wanted to do was hold on to Sango as long as she could.
Two Days Later.
"Are you sure your okay to go home, Kagome?" asked a concerned Shippo.
They had buried Sango with her family at the village of the taijiya. Kagome never stopped crying. Not even in her sleep. Her eyes looked red and tired. She hadn't eaten either. She lost her appetite. She had lost her everything. She just wanted to leave, and not return.
Kagome nodded a yes.
Inu-Yasha, accompanied Kagome to her time, carrying her large yellow book bag for her. He was concerned of course, she didn't talk much. He wanted to help her, but she needed her time. As, they walked into Kagome's home, her mother was busy in the kitchen cooking dinner, and didn't notice their entrance.
Kagome led the way to her room, opened the door, and instantly laid down on her bed. Inu-Yasha set the bag down near her desk, and sat down on the far corner of her bed.
"Will you be okay, Kagome?" he asked gently.
"I don't know," she shrugged.
Inu-Yasha sighed, and reached into his kimono. He grabbed out a small piece of metal in the shape of a flower. It was tied on a fuchsia colored cloth, like it was supposed to be a necklace. He handed her the necklace.
"I made this for you." He said pausing, "while we were burring her."
She took it and muttered a quiet thank you. Holding it in her hands, she knew it was from the side of Sango's poison shielding mask. She then held it to her heart, as if that was the only thing she had keeping her alive.
Inu-Yasha left soon after. He said he would come back soon, to check on her. Kagome just laid in her bed, remembering her life with Sango. She didn't know if she could live without her. Luckily it was spring break, and she didn't have to be back in school for another week. She had to try to muster up the courage to go back to school, continue with her normal life, outside of the feudal era.
Kagome tied the necklace around her neck, and slowly drifted to sleep. The one place her and Sango could still be together.
So how was it? Keep in mind I haven't written for a while, when this just popped in my head.
I know it's a bit short, but it's to the point. It's kind of your introduction to the new story at hand.
Anywho, reviews would be nice. =]
I'd like to know what you all think of this so far.
Yes, I killed Sango in the first chapter, but eh, the story is called Reincarnation for a reason right?
Chapter Two will be posted as soon as I finish it up.