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Summary: Life is unpredictable; you never know what day will be your last. Such is the case for Dante Fenton, Danny Fenton's twin brother, who died due to a weapon malfunction while helping his parents clean the lab. Two months later, a new ghost is seen around Amity.

This story is pitch pearl, which means there will be a Danny/Phantom pairing, but there will probably be a few moments of Danny/Sam in here. I'm just warning you before hand. I will be throwing in one ghost as the 'villain' of the story. Props to those who figure it out before the reveal.


It was a quiet night for once, he didn't remember the last time the house had been this silent. It was... nice. No loud bangs or shouts from the basement, no ghost alarms or drills. Just silence.

He leaned back for a moment, enjoying it while it lasted, sighing as the quiet was predictably broken by footsteps thudding down the stairs.

His icy blue eyes instinctively turned to the source. "Where you off too?"

"I'm going to the movies with Sam and Tucker, you wanna come with?"

"Sorry, Danny, I'm supposed to help mom and dad clean the lab again."

Danny winced in sympathy. "Didn't you just do that two days ago?"

His twin brother, Dante 'Dan' grimaced and nodded. "Yeah. You should get going. Wouldn't want to keep Sam and Tucker waiting, would you?"

Danny hesitated. "I guess. I'll see you later, then."

Dan gave a small smile, "Course. See 'ya Danny."

"...See you later."

Days had turned into weeks, and weeks into months, yet remembering still hurt. Hundreds of 'what if's?' running through his head. He'd always wondered if he'd been a little more persistent, or if he'd stayed home that day, would his brother still be alive?

He shook his head, trying desperately to dispel the questions and thoughts lodged in his brain. No matter what, that day, that moment, was caught like a broken record in his mind, constantly and endlessly repeating itself without mercy, clawing and tearing brutally at his fragile mental walls.

He knew his family were worried about him, constantly checking to make sure he was alright and still here. If he didn't know any better he'd think they expected him to runaway, or worse.

He glanced at the clock, waiting for the blurry numbers to re-arrange themselves. Almost ten thirty, which means... Right on cue, he wasn't surprised by the soft knock on he door.

"Danny?" The hushed breath barely reached his ears. "You awake?"

He didn't even look at his visitor, turning his attention out the window towards the starry sky.

"Danny, this isn't healthy. You need to talk to someone-"

"I don't need a shrink, Jazz, I'm fine." His words sounded hollow, even to him.

He felt the bed shift slightly as she sat beside him, gently placing a hand on his shoulder. "Danny... Listen, I know you two were close, but it's been two months and you don't seem to be getting any better. If you're not hanging out with your friends you're locking yourself away in your room. You three used to be nearly inseparable. Your grades are slipping too, and-"

"There are more important things than school, Jazz."

She sighed. "You know what I mean Danny."

Danny scowled slightly, pushing away her hand and looking at his sister for the first time that day. "Look Jazz, I know you're trying to help, and I know I'll appreciate it later, but right now, I don't."

"Whether you want my help or not, you're going to get it. This isn't healthy behavior Danny, I know you feel guilty about Dan's accident, but there's nothing you could have done."

Danny closed his eyes, trying to hold back the unwanted emotions he felt rising within him. "There's everything I could have done." He whispered.

Jazz frowned. "Just talk to someone Danny, please. It doesn't have to be me. You're not the only one that misses him you know."

He shifted uncomfortably on the bed. He gave no reply, instead he returned his attention out the window uncertainly. When he looked back, Jazz was gone.

With a sigh, Danny threw the covers over him, burying his face into his pillow as he blocked out the world.


The school cafeteria was as busy and noisy as always; people talking with friends, flirting with peers or just sitting quietly. Such was the case at the table in the far corner of the room where the school's outcasts sat.

The three friends ate quietly, only sharing small conversations before falling into silence again.

"So, Danny, you wanna come over after school? We haven't had a Friday Night Movie Marathon in a while." Sam Manson, self-proclaimed Goth and strict Ultra-Recyclo Vegetarian, offered with a hopeful smile.

"Yeah, the three of us haven't really hung out in, like, forever." Tucker added.

Danny frowned. As much as he tried to deny it he knew he'd been pushing his friends away, despite their attempts to cheer him up. It was true that they hadn't really hung out together in weeks.

After a brief moment Danny returned the smile with one of his own, even if it did seem slightly forced.

"Sure, why not?" The two stopped, leaving Danny to continue forwards a few steps before realizing he was alone. "...What?"

"Do you mean it?"

He blinked. "Yeah?"

"Really?"

"Yes Sam, I mean it."

The said girl instantly broke into a big grin. "That's great! You can pick the first movieā€”if you want to, I mean."

"Okay."

Throughout the rest of lunch the three teens continued to discuss their plans for the day, throwing away what was left of their food before the bell rang and they left for class.

The school day passed by in a blur, and Danny, having found nothing able to catch his attention, found himself feeling somewhat excited, if not a little anxious, to be hanging out with his friends again. The idea of spending time with Sam and Tucker seemed almost foreign to him.

The three teens met each other outside the school doors, walking to Sam's in silence.


I'm not sure if I'll continue this, I mean, I started writing this back in April. April.It's friggin September now. Plus, I'm working on getting my Two-shot finished (I've only got the beginning of part 2 done) and adding new chapters to my other stories, so I'm not sure if I should be adding another thing to the list. I shouldn't, but I probably will. ^^;

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September 06, 2010
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October 20: Yup, chapter 2 is in progress. I would appreciate it if you all left more reviews, you know.