Full Sum: There is a prophecy that claims that a child of a human and a cold one will posses so many powers that it will cause uproar with mythical creatures. Most of those creatures want one thing; power and they'll stop at nothing to get it. But the Cullen's are unaware of that prophecy and when a pregnant Renee shows up at their home, asking them to take her child, they agree.

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Bella

"Please behave today," Mom begged as she brushed some of my hair out of my face. "Don't be mean to that little girl."

"I'll be nice, momma," I promised. "Even if she bothers me, I'll ignore her."

"Thatta girl," Warren boomed. "Kill 'em with kindness."

I gave him a small smile and nodded.

It's been fun having Warren here.

When I'm not in school, I hang out with him and pester him with questions. I want to know about it all and since Warren has seen almost all of it, I couldn't think of a better teacher.

"Come on, we're going to be late." Dad said.

"I'll see you later, little lady,"

"Bye." I gave a quick hug to my mom before heading to the car. The throbbing pain in my head seemed to increase a bit but I ignored it.

The drive to school was quick. After my dad told me the same as my mom had, to be nice to the mean girl, I climbed out of the car and headed into the school.

"Hi, Bella," Anna greeted, happily.

I smiled and placed my backpack on the hook.

"Did you have a good weekend? I went to my daddy's house," she said. "He's got a really cool dog. You should see it sometime."

I looked down at her, "Sure."

I was starting to grow again, and it was getting noticeable so I would only be allowed to go to school for another few days at the most. I probably wouldn't see Anna again after I was withdrawn from Denali Elementary and I would miss her a lot.

She was my first human friend.

"Cool! I'll ask my daddy if you can come over this weekend."

"Okay." But I knew I wouldn't be able to.

We took our seats in class and Mrs. Keller taught us today's letter but I couldn't pay attention. My head had been hurting all last night and it still hadn't gotten better.

I didn't tell my mom though because I was afraid that she'd make me stay home.

The pain was worse now, a lot worse, but I kept a straight face and tried to keep my mind off the pain.

It wasn't as easy as it sounded. Just when I was able to forget about it, I felt a sharp pain spread from my forehead down to my arm.

I started having to grind my teeth so that I wouldn't cry out.

"Are you alright, Bella?" Mrs. Keller asked.

"Yes, Mrs. Keller," I said, giving her a smile.

I shook my head to clear it and went back to my work. I noticed that I didn't have to pretend to do horrible work. My hand was shaking so that it was affecting my homework.

"Are you sure, sweetie?" I saw her try to touch my forehead so I leaned away.

She frowned but dropped her hand.

"I'm fine," I promised.

She nodded and went to help the other students.

"You don't look good," Anna commented a few minutes later.

"I'm fine," I said, again. "Really."

I set my glue down and rubbed my temple. It seemed to help ease the pain a little.

When I saw Mrs. Keller raise her head to look at me, I dropped my hands and got back to work.

"Excellent job," Mrs. Keller said when we passed in our assignments. "It's time for recess."

Everyone cheered and jumped up to head outside.

I stayed rooted in place.

"Bella? Sweetie?"

"Coming," I said, hopping up.

I was the last out of the classroom. I tried to catch up with Anna but I felt myself grow sluggish when I tried to run.

Something wasn't right.

I was suddenly regretting not telling my family that I hadn't felt good this morning.

"Bella, come play pirates with me," Anna yelled from the jungle gym.

I walked over to where she was and sat on the stairs.

"You can drive," she said as she turned the fake red wheel. "Bella?"

"I just want to sit down for a few minutes," I whispered. "But you can play."

She nodded and played with the other girl, Laura.

I sat on my steps, rubbing my head, while also trying to stay out of the prying eyes of Mrs. Keller. If she sent me to the nurse, I'd be in trouble.

Not only was I a lot warmer than a normal kid but my heartbeat was a lot faster as well. She's get suspicious, which would cause trouble for my family. The last thing we needed was to give Aro a reason to come looking for us.

When the fifth graders were let out, I groaned. I didn't have the patience today to deal with Selena and I knew my mom would be disappointed if I hurt her, or decapitated her, which was an appealing idea.

"Oh, no," Anna groaned.

I lifted my head and saw Selena coming our way. Laura and the one other girl, Tessa, took off.

"Come on, Bella." Anna said, tugging on my sleeve. "We can play on the monkey bars."

"You go ahead," I said. "I just want to sit."

"But..."

"Go," I told her.

She sighed but went after Laura and Tessa.

"Well, if it isn't Belly Cullen," Selena sneered.

"What now, Selena?"

"I told my daddy what you did," she snapped. "He's not happy."

"I don't care."

"Well, you should care because he can sue you and get a lot of money." Selena said, smirking.

"Whatever, Selena," I slid off the stairs and walked toward the back of the jungle gym. Selena followed me.

"I wish you'd just leave," Selena sneered.

"I wish the same," I growled.

Selena looked taken back for a second before she recovered and crossed her arms over her chest.

This girl had no idea what she was dealing with.

She's lucky I had sworn to protect the humans, and that meant all of them. Including her rude self.

"I want your headband," she said.

"Well, you can't have it."

She reached forward to pluck it from my head and I lost it.

"Leave. me. alone." I snarled as thick clouds clouded the once sunny sky.

Selena didn't listen to me. She snatched my headband off my head and smiled triumphantly.

I let out a loud roar but it was covered by the suddenly boom of the thunder.

Selena looked terrified.

"Give it back, now!" I yelled. Another peel of thunder echoed in the distance only this time it was accompanied by lightning.

"You're a freak," she yelled as she broke the headband that Cassie had given me in half.

I let out a scream, but it wasn't because of Selena. The pain was back and it was so painful. I grasped the metal of the jungle gym and it snapped in my grasp.

Thankfully, after Selena snapped my headband, she had taken off.

The pain was getting worse by the second and it seemed the weather was as well.

The more I screamed out, the louder the thunder seemed to be and the more the lightning seemed to come. Soon the lightning and thunder was accompanied by rain, and soon the wind added into the mix.

It felt good on my heated skin but did nothing for the pain I was feeling.

I cried as I sunk down into the woodchips and clutched my stomach.

It hurt so bad!

"Oh my god!" I heard Mrs. Keller scream. "Kids! Get inside! Now,"

I heard the sound of the kids scrambling toward the building and the sound of the wind whipping around me.

I looked up, wondering what had scared Mrs. Keller so bad and so a big, and I mean a big, tornado coming my way.

But I couldn't move.

There was one good thing about being a hybrid. The Tornado wouldn't hurt me but the bad thing is that if I came out of it completely unscathed, the humans would question me.

I felt a pair of cool arms wrap around me and looked up to see Edward.

I whimpered and buried my face in his shirt.

"It's okay. I've got you," Edward whispered.

"Where are we going?"

"The school," Edward said.

"Oh My God," I heard Mrs. Keller breath. "I didn't even realize...I'm so sorry."

"It's fine."

"Is she alright?" Mrs. Keller asked.

"Yes, she's just scared," Edward said as we sat and waited for the storm to pass.

I don't know how long we sat in the hallway with the other students while the tornado ripped apart the playground but eventually I managed to fall asleep.

When I woke up, I was in my bed at home. I sat myself up and the pain flared and made itself known.

"She's up," Edward called as he sat up straighter in my rocking chair.

My room was filled up with my family, and Amanda, in seconds.

"My head hurts," I cried. "It hurts a lot."

I could see out my bedroom window that the sky darkened as my cries continued.

"I think I know what caused the storm," Nahuel said, suddenly.

"You think Bella did it?" Rose asked

"Yes," Nahuel said.

"I agree," Ethan said. "How else can we explain it? Bella was hurting then, and a tornado rips through the playground. She's hurting now and the weather is going south."

I was doing this?

I felt a sharp prick to my stomach, it felt like someone stabbed me, and so I screamed out.

The lighting flashed across the sky.

"She's getting her powers." Amy said. "This is how it starts."

"You cause storms?" Alice questioned.

"No, the pain. Normally, when hybrids receive their powers, we go through a day, sometimes more of agony."

"Bella, honey, did you feel anything this morning, before school?"

"I felt it last night," I admitted. "But since I only had a little bit of time before I was being pulled out of school, I wanted to go." I whispered. "I'm so sorry."

"It's okay," Edward said, pulling me onto his lap. I buried my head in his neck. The cool feel of his skin felt good against my head.

"So, Bella can manipulate weather?"

"It appears so,"

"Was anyone hurt at the school?" Dad asked.

"No, everyone managed to get inside but Bella," Edward said. "No one knows what caused it."

"Not even Selena?" I asked, softly.

"No, she was terrified, though."

"It's her fault," I whispered. "The storm, I mean. She was being rude to me and when she broke my headband, I just got so angry and then the pain increased and a tornado touched down...I didn't do it on purpose."

"We know," Ethan said. "This is what we meant about your powers being a complete fail the first couple months. We're going to have to teach you control so that this doesn't happen again."

I nodded and then winced.

"She's probably thirsty," Logan said. "The pain drains us."

"I'll get her something," Mom said before disappearing.

"How are you doing, Bella?"

"I'm getting my powers," I said, smiling. "Ow!" I cried.

The wind picked up again.

"Sweetie, you have to calm down," Amy said, rubbing my back. "I know it hurts but it's only for a little while longer. Focus on something happy."

Happy.

I racked my brain for my happy place but the pain was too intense. I couldn't focus.

"Here you go, sweetie." Mom passed me the cup of blood and I eagerly downed it.

"You're going to need to keep bringing her blood," Nahuel told my parents. "It helps speed the power gaining process up."

My mom nodded and disappeared again, probably going to get me another cup of blood.

I kept my head on Edward's cool chest and soon enough, despite the pain, I started falling to sleep.

I drifted in and out of consciousness all day.

The pain didn't seem to get any better. In fact, it got worse as the evening progressed.

"Ow," I whimpered as my head thrashed from side to side. "It hurts!"

"Bella, calm down, honey,"

"Help me," I cried.

In the background, I heard the distinct sound of thunder.

"She's starting another storm,"

"Bella, sweetie, it's alright," Mom said as she kissed my forehead. "It'll be over soon."

I grunted.

Another peel of lightning struck down right next to my window.

"We've got to get her calm before we get another epic tornado," Spencer said.

I felt the bed dip next to me before the humming started. I stopped thrashing and focused on Edward's humming.

"Well, what do you know," I heard Alice giggle. "Edward calms her down."

"Alice," Edward hissed.

I let out a whimper and he resumed his humming.

"What? It's obvious, Edward,"

"Not now," Dad said. "Let him focus on Bella."

As I listened to Edward hum, my eyelids grew heavy again and I fell asleep.

I didn't get to sleep long before I was jolted away by none other than the pain.

I screamed out in pain and tried to grab something to hold onto. My hands hit my nightstand and I curled my fingers around the handle but it turned to dust in seconds.

I cried, "It hurts so bad!"

It was like fire was burning me from the inside out. I could feel it in every part of my body but I couldn't put it out.

"I think it's the final stage," Nahuel said.

I gritted my teeth and felt the fire consume my heart.

"Ah!" I screamed out.

I heard something slam into the wall and forced myself to open my eyes.

My family, whom had been standing by my bedside, had been thrown into the wall.

"We've got to be careful," Logan said. "We don't know what other powers will be projected."

"Edward hum...for her," Jasper ordered. "It calms her...down."

I could see my big brother was in agony because of me.

"S...sorry, Jazz,"

He forced a smile, "its okay, Bella."

Edward resumed his spot by my side and hummed softly to me. It wasn't as soothing this time because the pain was so intense but I tried not to let my family know that.

I could see they were all suffering because of me.

When a painful wave of fire spread through my body, I stayed as still as possible and tried not to scream out.

I managed to hide it well for a while but then, it grew even hotter and burned even more. I couldn't hide it.

My body jerked, I screamed, and my family looked at me in terror.

"It's almost over."

Was the last thing I heard before my heart gave one final thump and gave out.


Sooo, Sorry this took so long to get out. I'm reworking RAWML and have been focusing soley on the for a while. I'm really happy with how things are turning out so I'll probably start reposting RAWML very, very soon.

Bella has finally got her powers. She's pretty powerful. So far, we know that she can control the weather and she can project her shield to protect herself. She's got a ton of them but you'll be finding out more about them at a later date...

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