Kitty210: Revising this story, so for all my faithful readers, hang in there. Also, I found my inspiration to write this story due to a story I've read a long time ago. I've forgotten the name, but it has something to do with creatures called 'Zagotas' or something like that.
Yaya appears in a detective outfit: So, Kitty-chi, does it involve Yaya?
Yaya: You're safe.
Pepe: She doesn't own 'Shugo Chara-dechu'~
"Mama, Papa, Ami!" A little six-year-old with bubblegum pink hair with honey-golden eyes cried, tears streaming down her reddened cheeks.
"Shh, Amu, everything is going to be all right." A woman said, her bun coming undone.
The woman set down a crying Amu in a closet, sliding the door shut. Amu grabbed onto the door to stop it from closing. "But, I don't want you to go!" She exclaimed.
"Midori, they're coming," said the father.
"Don't worry, Amu. Onee-chan's going to protect you." Ami said, kneeling next to Amu and hugging her younger sister.
"Ami, why don't you go stay in the closet with Amu." Midori suggested, but her voice was final. Ami would stay with Amu in the closet, same from any harm.
Ami protested, "But I don't want to hide, I want to help you guys against the rogue vampires!"
"Onee-chan, don't leave me." Amu begged, tugging Ami's sleeve with a pleading look.
Growls and screeches approached closer, the room shaking from so much force coming from the rogue vampires.
"I'll stay with you." Ami decided, smiling reassuringly towards Amu and walking into the closet. She sat next to Amu, drawing Amu into the older sister's protective arms.
"Whatever happens, don't get out of the closet." Midori said, then closed the closet door.
Loud footsteps echoed through the room, then came the crash. Amu whimpered into Ami's arms, but Ami shushed her. There were more noises with grunts and hissing, then suddenly, it became silent. Amu shook with fear, tear drops running down her cheeks like a river. You could hear groaning outside along with voices, muffled from the closet.
"Where are they?" A raspy voice asked.
"We're not telling you." The father replied, his breathing labored. Ami noted her father seemed to be out of breath. That, or he could be heavily injured; Ami hoped for the former rather than the latter.
"If they're not going to tell us, kill them." A deep male voice commanded.
The sounds of screaming were heard and the sound of blood dripping. Footsteps resounded through the closet, indicating the vampires had left the room. Ami waited in the closet for a few more moments before she unwrapped her arms from Amu and carefully tiptoeing to the closet door. She slip the door open cautiously, until the door opened completely. Ami let out a shocked gasp, the scene lying before her a complete nightmare. The two sisters' parents laid dead in the middle of the room, pools of blood surrounding their pale, mutilated bodies.
"What's wrong, Onee-chan?" Amu asked, rubbing the tears of out her eyes. She walked up to Ami, and her tears were, once again, falling from her eyes. Ami grabbed Amu, shushing the small girl with calming words, tears falling down the elder sibling's cheeks, too.
Kitty210: This is just a little prologue in my story, fellow readers. The other chapters will be a lot longer…hopefully.
Yaya: Japanese Tutor Time!
Onee-chan – meaning big sister. The Chan is an honorific used for expressing endearing towards the person the speaker is talking to. It is usually used towards young children, babies, grandparents, teenagers, cute animals, lovers, close friends, any youthful woman, or between friends. Using Chan is rude and condensing. It is also used to refer a peer as a female.
Kitty210: Okay, that's all, and I also forgot to mention I got this information through Wikipedia, but I do know what Chan means. I just don't know how to explain it.
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