Toadette And Vanellope
Yoshizilla-Rhedosaurus: Wreck It Ralph and Mario already had a crossover... technically. What, with Bowser and the mushrooms, and the reference to Mario himself via name... but that's besides the point. The matter of the fact is, let the wave of Wreck It Ralph and Mario fanfic crossovers come in and wash the tide... or, whatever it is that does that. I don't know, I'm just writing a quirky fanfic about two cute young girl characters. So yes. And let it be certain that this unintentionally causes a spark... because Toadette and Vanellope Von Schweetz is my OTP of the year, all years. Or maybe it's Vanellope and Toadette... oh, who cares, I dribbled long enough. Enjoy the story.
Toadette was hanging out in the Mushroom Gorge, hanging around on the patch of smooth, green grass across the gorge containing three mushrooms, the entrance to the mountain to the left of her. Toadette sighed as she lowered her eyes, getting quite bored of the peaceful, beautiful weather.
"I'm getting kind of bored just hanging around here by myself." Toadette muttered to herself out of boredom as she let out a loud sigh, her hands resting on the grass. "Oh, if only I had a sweet, innocent but mischievous partner like me, maybe things could be fun again."
Suddenly, all of Mushroom Gorge began glowing brightly, with Toadette screaming as she was suddenly knocked out cold by a strange, cool presence, of which went on to engulf the Mushroom Gorge in nothing but pure whiteness.
In the world of Sugar Rush, in one of the many Sugar Rush cabinets across the world, particularly the one in Litwak's Arcade, President Vanellope Von Schweetz was getting bored herself, getting tired of seeing her fellow racers do nothing but bicker amongst each other. She watched from her rechristened castle, in her normal green outfit as she started walking back and forth.
"Ugh! I hate being the only one who's allowed to be mischievous and get away with causing trouble!" Vanellope exclaimed angrily as she tossed her arms in the air. "I miss the days when I was considered an outlaw for being a glitch! I mean, I don't miss it entirely, of course, but I wish I had the same sense of thrill!" She closed her eyes as she placed her hands inside her pouch. "Oh, if only something beyond my limitations would grant me this wish!"
As if on cue, the particular strange white force from nowhere suddenly overtook all of Sugar Rush. The denizens of the sugary world all screamed and fled in panic, with Vanellope's eyes widening as she was suddenly knocked out cold, being tossed by the force to the back of the room, falling on her face, with everything melting into whiteness. Of course, given that it was night time in real time, no one was in the arcade to notice the strange occurrence to Sugar Rush.
Toadette groaned as she got up, shaking her head as she blinked, getting up and looking around to see that she was back in the Mushroom Gorge, a weird rush going through her head. She regained her vision, only to spot a strange girl in front of her, the strange girl in particular being Vanellope.
"What the..." Toadette mumbled as she touched Vanellope's nose with her right hand, "Who the muffins are you?"
Vanellope slapped Toadette's hand away with her own right hand, placing it in her pouch. "I should ask you the same thing, mushroom head."
The two young females continued looking at each other, inspecting each of their bodies as they gasped, noticing how cute they appeared.
"Oh my gosh, you got sugary stuff all over you!" Toadette exclaimed, placing her hands on her face.
Vanellope clapped her hands in giddy, bouncing up and down. "Gee, all that pink really makes you stand out! It's cuter than most of the gals in Sugar Rush!"
Toadette blinked as she tilted her head to the right. "Sugar Rush? What's that?"
Vanellope stopped bouncing as she stared blankly at Toadette, dropping her arms by her sides. "Wait, you seriously don't know what Sugar Rush is?"
Toadette nodded as she placed her hands behind her back. Vanellope sighed as she wrapped her right arm around Toadette. It was going to be a long day.