(A/N: By the great Titans of the sea, I am actually doing the sequel! Not going to lie, I really am lacking the motivation to write, but I will because I like you guys and because of the surprising reaction from the fanfic.)
Disclaimer: "Kim Possible" and all characters related to the series belong to The Walt Disney Company. Kim Possible was created by Mark McCorkle and Bob Schooley. Vendetta belongs to Berserkeroo. All rights reserved.
Life in the Atlantic Ocean couldn't be more peaceful. With the gang war between the mersharks and the merdolphins resolved the inhabitants roamed the ocean without fear, well mostly. The mersharks still had to eat after all. Speaking of which, a certain carnivore and her lover were heading towards the surface with twin bulls in tow. The she-shark took it upon herself to teach her younger brothers the wonderful shark art of ship sinking. Nothing could disturb this peace or so it was thought.
A frustrated growl emitted from the sea witch as she threw a vial filled with one of her ingredients to the far wing of her abode. "No matter what plan I have I can't touch her! She got it back fair... well as far as being fair goes in this gig. That mershark's going to pay," she hissed as she cast a glance towards the large cauldron. The glow in her eyes soon dissipated. She rubbed her temple to sooth her rage.
A flicker came from the gurgling cauldron.
"Hm," she purred as her right eye illuminated. Her eyes went to the concoction as a new development unfolded.
The mermaid-lionfish cast an upward glance at the sheer glee of the young bulls observing their sister.
"It's simple, especially since you can spot these things a few leagues down. All you have to do is get decent speed going and bite into it as if it were prey. It's okay to use your claws every now and again – unless you're a pro like me – since some ships are made of harder junk nowadays. I see a nice small one for you two. No powers," she scolded as she pointed out the floating vessel. "Whoever sinks it gets the crew that abandons ship."
"This is so going to be sweet," Wego #1 said. "And bloody," Wego #2 agreed with a high five.
"May the best mer win."
"I intend to."
Both bulls swam to the depth that was marked by their sister before lunging at the defenseless ship. One chipped his tooth on the haul while the other broke a claw. "This thing is tough sis," they both stated as they pointed to the ship.
Shego rolled her eyes before giving a demonstration. She swam to the same sea depth before assaulting the ship. Her body rotated into a spin to assist piercing into the thick haul. With not much effort she ripped it off with her hands behind her back. Her eyebrow quirked at the awe on her younger brothers' faces. She shook her head at the ease that came with the ship before she spit the metal in a random direction.
"Can we get a redo..."
"I swear, where is Hego or Mego when you need them? They should have taught you this already."
"Not our fault. Hego is going on about forming some team of heroes since the ocean isn't completely safe and Mego is off meeting some merorca every afternoon."
The elder mermaid let out a sigh and rubbed her temples to relieve her stress.
Comforting and familiar arms snaked around the mershark. "You stress too much over something so unnecessary," Kim said before burying her head in the silky seaweed of raven hair.
"Unnecessary? What are they teaching you guys at school? It's in our instinct to be hostile at times so we vent by sinking ships. Whatever lies on the ship drifts in the ocean for bottom feeders, scavengers, and intellectuals alike. Your dad probably uses scrap metal from sunken ships to probably make that hydro thingy he was talking about."
"You mean the Hydro Compulsive Pump. It's supposed to be some machine to help us breath on land if we decide to venture up there."
"Your dad has some weird ideas Kim," Wego # 2 said.
"Shush you," Shego muttered with bared fangs.
"Calm down Shego," she purred in her earfin.
The mershark's muscles relaxed in the loving embrace and enchantment behind her lover's voice. "I swear you're too good at that," she pulled the smaller mer to face her.
"What's that supposed to mean?"
Shego bit her tongue or she would have to hear an earfin full of the talk. "I have no idea what you're talking about," she said before pulling her into a brief kiss – anything to prevent the inevitable.
"Don't try that with me. What do you mean by 'you're too good at that'?" Kim said, resisting the urge to scream at her mate.
"It's nothing. I swear! Just listen to m-"
"Don't lie to me!" she shouted before taking off with tears misting her eyes.
"Merwomen!" the mershark growled before retreating to the Coves with the twins a safe distance away.
Hysterical laughter resonated off the walls of the sea witch's hollow. "Oh this is too perfect! They are bickering over Kimmie's voice still," she chuckled ever so often. "Oh this is too rich not to tamper with, but what to with the Muse and her troublesome mate," she mulled over the possibilities before one stuck to her wicked mind. "I'm absolutely brilliant, but I'll need help and I know the perfect merman who's down on his luck."
The slim yet buff outline of the merdolphin mafia leader, Lord Dorado came into the view of a certain sorceress. He stiffened at the feeling that he was being watched. "Show yourself you coward. I know you're there," he growled with his jagged teeth bared.
"Aw, don't be like that babe. You know I love messing with the miserable, lonely, and depressed which you are a perfect combination of all three," Roo smirked as she swam around the merman.
"Get away from me you horrid witch! I want nothing more to do with you. You've cost me my victory, my vengeance, my love..." Dorado sighed the last.
"See, we've got something in common. You want revenge, I want revenge and as the gods so have it, it's the same family of mers that's been an urchin in our hides for far too long," the cecaelia spat. "Join me Dorado and this time I promise you without a doubt that you will have your maiden."
"Why should I trust you? You've screwed me over, twice!"
"Hey third time's the charm, right? Come on Dorado, you know you want to," she purred in his earfin.
"Alright I'm in. My mafia is at your disposal if need be."
"Excellent. And with that my plan is set in motion," Roo grinned with her eyes set aglow.