Disclaimer: I don't own anything from Kingdom Hearts…except the video games and these fanfic ditties. This particularly 100 Theme Challenge belongs to Wishing-Fire.

A/N: And that is the end folks. I left the last part open to interpretation until Nomura decides to release KH3… I will bawl if TVA don't get their happy ending. LOL
I seriously feel a sense of accomplish since this is the first time I've done something that has 100 chapters. But at the same time…kinda sad to see this end. LOL I had so much fun writing this, you have no idea! Only 100 words, but it was fun! :)

Thanks to everyone who kept up with the story by alerting, favoriting, and of course, reading! You guys are awesome! And the motivation factor came from my reviewers too! I couldn't have finished this without your support! :) Thanks to Starry-Requiem, polywadachicken, xXAwesomnessKiraXx, TonberryBlue, Ars Silentium, Aqua Azul, seasaltbreeze, stellar, Turtle Truffles, miano53, vienrider, Kiaxet, SomniumArs, an anonymous reviewer, Amber Rein, DarkangelGuard77, Rapis-Razuri, beckster411, Cori Shadowfang, Fille des Reves, Angelique Daemon, Aika08, No Heart's Throne, and any other reviewer after this for reviewing! Every single one of you deserve my thanks! So thank you! ^^And of course, thanks to Wishing-Fire for making one awesome challenge! :D

I'll probably still be around working on my other challenges, but one day I hope I can do more Terra. :) Love him to death! LOL Oh, and if you've heard of any fun challenges, please don't be afraid to throw them my way; I might take it because challenges are fun! :D LOL

Enjoy and thanks again everyone!

:: End ::

Drifting far and in between the depths of his mind, Terra felt lost.

He remembered everything and everyone from his youthful days to his last.

Becoming the Master's apprentice…

Befriending Aqua and Ventus…

Meeting his successor on that tiny island…

Everything was still so vivid and Terra relived them all within his locked heart.

He was still safeguarding his entire being from Xehanort's control, but he didn't care for the consequences; his heart was his own. No matter his end, Terra would die a fighter.

…And then there was light; familiar and warm…


Terra could sense himself smiling.