Chapter 3

Danny woke when a wisp of blue mist escaped from his mouth. He yawned and got out of bed, he had been hoping he would have a nice peaceful night without ghost fighting with the exorcists around, but it seemed that dream was short lived. Two rings formed around his midsection and transformed him from Danny Fenton to Danny Phantom. He phased out of his room and flew right through the night sky searching for the ghost.

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Lavi turned left; he swore he just saw a box floating.

"Lavi, what's wrong?" Allen asked landing on the same rooftop as Lavi.

"D-did you just see that? Tell me you saw that!" Lavi said pointing to where the box disappeared.

"See what?" Allen asked.

"I know this will sound weird, but I just saw a box lift up and float that way." Lavi said pointing.

"Tch, the Usagi needs medication." Kanda grumbled.

"I'm not just saying that Kanda! I really saw it!"

"Alright. I believe you." Allen said. "Now take us to it."

Lavi smirked and led the way.

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Danny followed a trail of boxes, unenthusiastic about where the trail would lead. This was the fifth time he fought the box ghost this week and it was only Tuesday. Danny pulled out the Fenton thermos, ready to end this quickly. Suddenly he saw a flash of green out of the corner of his eye and the next thing he knew was that he was being slammed against the side of a building, a giant arm-thing holding him in place.

"Did ya get him?" A familiar voice asked.

Danny's eyes widened, it was the exorcists. Danny tried to phase out of the hand thing, but he couldn't. In a panic, he turned invisible. He watched with amazement as the giant arm actually belonged to the white haired exorcist.

"Baka Moyashi! You missed him!" The long-haired girly looking exorcist growled.

"No, I didn't. I swore I got him." Allen said. "It feels like he is still in my hand."

"You don't think he is an akuma do you?" Lavi asked.

"No. My eye isn't activating." Allen said, and unknowingly released Danny.

As quickly as he could, Danny phased into a building, frightened by how close the whole ordeal was. He listened to the exorcists as they left following Box Ghost's boxes. Danny smirked and yawned. "I think the exorcists can handle it from here." He said and made his way home; wanting nothing more than to catch up on his missing sleep.