Title: "Unexpected Victor"
Author: Kat Lee, formerly Pirate Turner
Rating: G
Summary: Leonardo loses.
Disclaimer: All recognizable characters, names, codenames, places, items, fandoms, titles, and etc. are always © & TM their respective owners, not the author, and are used without permission. Any and all original characters and everything else is © & TM the author and may not be reproduced in any way without the author's express, written permission. The author makes absolutely no profit off of this work of fan fiction, and no copyright infringement is intended.
Author's Note: 244. That's the number of stories that were sitting on my hard drive collecting dust because I lack the energy and time to take care of them as I once did. My betaing pattern has always been to write, then type up if written on paper, the story, read it aloud to my beloved Jack and our children, editing as I go, and then finally format and post. Sadly, this part is simply taking too much of my time and energy, and my beloved Jack and I have too little time together in person these days to be able to keep up with my stories. So what to do? Give up writing? I actually considered it for a while, tried to make excuses to myself other than the large number of stories collecting cyber dust on my computer, as to why I lacked the energy and Muse to write new tales. And then, with the turn of the new year, I decided to stop running and face the problem. The problem is, quite frankly, that once one gets so bogged down in formatting and editing that writing is no longer a pleasure but the actual posting of those writings becomes a hassle and - egad! - work, it's time to cut something out, and that will never be the writing process. So, in short, yes, there will be mistakes in this tale. Yes, it's missing about half of the header information I usually include. But I wrote it for pleasure and am posting it in hopes of sharing that pleasure with others. Do with it as you will.

"So, what now, fearless leader?" his opponent asked, his tone revealing he clearly believed himself to possess the upper hand. Leonardo thought carefully before finally making his next strike. He wasn't prepared for the sacrifice he made while felling one.

His opponent made his move and then jumped on the couch and started doing the chicken dance. "I WON! I WON!" he shouted as Leonardo glowered.

Raphael chuckled. "Way to go, fearless leader. Good thing you fight better'n you play chess."

"You could play me next," Donatello offered, smiling.

"No way, bro! Let a dude enjoy his win!" Mikey continued dancing.

The End