(-(-Author's Note: Salutation to everyone of the Fanfiction multiverse, gradually expanding as ever I see. Sorry for not updating but I have plans for that later on. Also, I've redone the entire chapters, finding all the spelling errors and have fixed them.

Naruto is paired up with Oliver M. Armstrong and I know this will become awesome from it being the first of its kind.

Naruto does not know Ninjutsu but he does know Alchemy and I have my reason for it so hope you may understand what's coming up. Now I must go with the story now so enjoy.-)-)

-_-Summary: Izumi Curtis had finally conceived in having a child but fell greatly ill during her pregnancy. Her only son died before even having the chance in breathing the air of the world. Not accepting the fate that had been bequeath to her son, she performs her taboo, the deadly art known as 'Human Transmutation' and seeks to revive her dead son. Seeing the medium of the strange void, the 'Gate' opens where she IS successful in reviving her son, only her son was something else that she did not truly know, unleashing something far worse than what even the Homunculus could not be compare to.-_-

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"Alchemy is the ancient metaphysical science and mystical art of manipulating and altering matter by using natural energy. This act is known as "Transmutation" and its sequence is usually described as:

Comprehension- Understanding the inherent structure ad properties of the atomic or molecular makeup of a particular material to be transmuted, including the flow and balance of potential and kinetic energy within.

Deconstruction- using the energy to break down the physical structure of the identified material into a more malleable state so as to be easily reshape into a new form.

Reconstruction- continuing the flow of energy so as to reform the material in a new shape.

The proper application of this craft requires not only a full understanding of chemistry and ancient alchemical theory, but also a sort of natural talent towards the recognizing and manipulating the physical objects with energy, which require uncommon levels of intelligence and aptitude. Those remarkable individuals capable of studying and practicing alchemy are known as "Alchemist".

There are many paths by which alchemist can transmute the various substances of the world, with some alchemist being said to transmute the Four Classical Elements, Water, Earth, Fire, and Air and some by using The Three Essential Principles, Salt, Sulfur, and Mercury. But the basic tenet at the very foundation of all alchemy is that of 'Equivalent Exchange'" –The grazing sound of a solid object being dragged across a smooth surface was heard as an individual was seen drawing on her own floorboard. The solid object revealed to be a soft textured stick of chalk: having its tip pressed roughly on the concrete floor. The soft chalk point had crumbled slightly, which caused a small amount of the chalk dust to scatter into a soft powder. Izumi traced, creating strange patterns of arrays of triangles, and diverse lines stretching in different angles. "Almost finished" Izumi thought hesitantly as she stood up: wiping the sweat from her brow.

"Equivalent Exchange is a certain laws and limitations, all of which fall under the concept of Equivalent Exchange: "In order to obtain or create something, something of equal value must be lost or destroyed".

In standard practice, Equivalent Exchange is separated into two parts:

The Law of Conservation of Mass, which states that the energy and matter can neither be created from nothing nor destroy to the point of elemental nonexistence. In other words, to create an object weighing one kilogram, at least one kilogram or material is necessary and destroying an object weighing one kilogram would reduce it to a set of parts, the sums of which would weigh one kilogram.

The Law of Natural Providence, which states that an object or material made of a particular substance or elements, can be transmuted into another object into another with the same basic makeup and properties of that initial material. In other worlds, an object with the attributes of water can only be transmuted with an attribute of water.

"To gain something, something of equal value must be lost…" her dubious thought was dreary as she stood within the center of the inscriptions that she created. She walked away as she came upon a carriage, a bundle up cloth was seen wrapped around the body of an infant, the face of an infant was seen; only the sight was direr as the young infants face revealed to be very pallid and closed eyes that seemed to appear as a long eternal slumber. Tears had immediately streaked across Izumi's face as she laid her eyes on her own dead son. The droplets slowly dripped from her face as the cool liquid befell upon her infant's small face, but no whimper was made from the child as the tears slid down his cheek.

Transmutation Circle

Additionally, though no machine or equipment is needed to produce energy necessary for transmutation, merely understanding the sequence of transmutation and limitations of Equivalent Exchange is not enough. Just as the process of "Comprehension, Deconstruction, Reconstruction" and "In order to gain, something of equal value must be lost in return" are cyclical concepts, the circle itself is the foundation of alchemy.

In order to begin an Alchemical Transmutation, a symbol called Transmutation Circle is necessary. (In chalk, pencil, ink, paint, blood, and even traced in dirt) or permanently etched or inscribed beforehand, but without it, transmutation is generally impossible and all Transmutation Circles are made up of two parts:

The circle itself is a conduit which focuses and dictates the flow of power, tapping into the energies that already exist within the earth and matter. It represents the cyclical flow of the world's energies and phenomena and turns that power into manipulated ends.

Inside the circle are specific alchemical runes vary widely based on ancient alchemical studies, text and experimentation, but corresponding to a different form of energy, allowing the energy that is focused within the circle to be released in the way most conducive to the alchemist's desired effect. In basic alchemy, these runes will often take form of triangles (Which, when positioned differently, can represent the elements of water, earth, fire or air,) but often be composed of varying polygons built from different triangles. For example: The hexagram is a commonly used base rune in Transmutation Circles because it creates eight multi-directional triangles when inscribed and can therefore represent all four basic elements at once. Other, more esoteric runes (including astrological symbols, symbolic images and varying lines of text) are prevalent and represent a multitude of other, specific function for the alchemical energy that is released.

She held her dead child within her loving arms as she gentle placed him within the array's center. Wiping the tears from her beautiful face, she walked toward the edge of her circle and kneeled down: gently placing her palms upon the circle and slowly breathed in. Gaining whatever composure she had, she began.

Human Transmutation

Unfortunately, these experiments have given birth to a dark and sinister side of alchemy. Whether out of despair, malice or inquisitive hubris, few alchemists have been known to attempt the application of transmutation to human bodies and souls, in essence, playing god with human lives. But, just as the Law of Equivalent Exchange applied to the transmutation of non-living mater, devastating rebounds can occur in Human Transmutation because human lives and souls are priceless according to the flow of the world.


Attempting to bring deceased human beings back to life is the most common practice to be called Human Transmutation. Using various experimental theories and methods, multiple alchemist have endeavored to resurrect dead love ones, but such a pursuit are always failures, forbidden by the flow of the universe and alchemy itself.

The sudden flash of blue and white electricity snapped viciously within the air as the dim light had lit the lines of the arrays that she made. The amazement of energy seemed to dance as the cackling of electric energy bounced from the surface of the arrays. She was amazed to feel the energy. But her amazement quickly faded as the sensation of something malevolent had overtaken her. The cackling of blue and white electricity had been replaced by a darkly purple mist that followed the pattern of the circle. From the center, an immense eye had suddenly opened where the sight of black appendage-shaped hands had stretched up to the air. She gasped to see her own child dissipated where he shattered into micro specks of deconstructed matter.

Izumi was taken back from this till a bolt of electricity struck her on her lower abdomen. The sudden pulse of pain had made her scream as she placed her arms on her stomach. Falling on top of her stomach she clenched her shirt as tried to cease the pain from her stomach, but the appendages quickly begin to wrap themselves around her. Then the pain stopped and only darkness consumed her vision.

Izumi Curtis stood silently within the new surroundings as she seemed to gaze only forward of the desolate sea of white. But she gasped lightly in shock as she remembered her transmutation "wait, how did... how did I get here?" she thought puzzling as she turned her sights behind her where a massive Gate was: being the resemblance of two doors resembling a large stone tablet engraved with a mural, floating within the endless white expanse. Nothing seemed to be behind it. Only its shadow was seen underneath it. "A Gate" she thought unconsciously.

"Hello" a voice had broken the silence of the white void as she turned back, seeing a white shaped humanoid. The humanoid held a black aura that outlined its entire body where it separated it from matching the void itself. It was tall and slender in the same resemblance of a woman's build: yet it lacked a proper face where only a mouth was seen. Its voice alone held three voices, a man, a woman, and a child. She couldn't understand it but she felt afraid of this creature standing before her. Having its hand on its hip, it seemed amused from its body language, as it seemed to gaze toward her. Unconsciously stepping back she soon spoke "who are you?!" she questioned out from her state of shock.

The humanoid held a large gleeful grin "hoho, I'm so glad you asked" it sardonic exclaimed merriment as it placed its hand on its chest as it continued "I am called by many names, I am the world, I'm the universe, I'm God, I am Truth, I am all and I am one" it proclaimed as it slowly drew it arm out and pointed toward her "so of course, this also means that I am YOU" its grin stretched into wide smile as the sound of the doors behind Izumi had suddenly opened with a fierce bang behind her. Fear was immediately written on her face as she looked back.

From its opening, within the Gate was a black void where an immense eye pierced the darkness where several hand-like appendages made from the darkness had quickly emerged. Barely managing to run, the appendages had quickly wrapped around her body, leaving her only to scream in terror. Truth simply stood still as it watched Izumi struggle "quiet, this is what YOU wanted? You dared knock on the Gate, and now the Gate is now open" it stated as the hands tugged ferociously as they began to drag her into the gate. Screaming in the shadows clutches as they dragged her into the mass of darkness, "don't fear, it'll all come clear, I will show the 'Truth'" the doors slammed shut in a fierce clap as the figure stood silently toward the Gate.

From what seemed like only a mere second, the doors had reopened as Izumi reappeared from the depths of the darkness. The doors slammed shut as she exited, leaving only a cloud of debris. Truth had seen the trouble thoughts written upon Izumi's face, Truth only humph in though "well, how was it?!" Truth consulted as Izumi was baffled as she looked at Truth then back toward her Gate "it… it is possible" she said suddenly in a shallow whisper as she pressed her hands against the stone mural "it is possible for my son to be resurrected. Please, I beg of you to let me through it once more, I need to know how I can bring my child back to life" she exclaimed as hope began to fill her voice, the desire of having her son back to her was right in front of her, the gate was her key to achieve what she wanted. Truth couldn't help but shake its head as it heard the numerous begs of humans wanting to find out more. Such insatiable creatures he would always think.

"I can't do that; you've already paid the toll that you have given" Izumi held a confused look from thought of giving a toll. "Toll?" she questioned, making the gleeful smile to return to the Truth, but the gleeful smile was more menacing. The creature brought itself face to face with hers; completely blocking any form of view but itself "You've tried to play God by resurrecting your son. And if this is what you want, I'm sure you understand the 'Law of Equivalent Exchange' right, Miss. Alchemist." Truth exclaimed but was quickly turned into a frown "but your stupidity has cost 'its' Gate to open along with your child's"" the sudden cackle of electricity had spiraled from both their lower abdomens as the sight of Izumi's lower organs began to shatter like discarded particles. The sudden particles were quickly seen appearing within the white void humanoid. She gasped as she saw her own organs switching from her to the humanoid with the direr sight of seeing her womb being connected with the white humanoid entity.

In addition, for having trespassed in God's domain with Human Transmutation, the initiating alchemists are essentially called into The Gate of Truth to face God itself. Being pulled through the gate, grants alchemists great alchemical and universal knowledge –in exchange for paying a physical toll which usually takes the shape of the body parts "taken" by the rebound –and the ability to perform transmutation without a circle.


Since the alchemical forces being manipulated are not human in origin, but the world as a whole, the consequences for attempting to bypass the "Law of Equivalent Exchange" in transmutation are not merely failure and cessation. When too much is attempted out of too little, what occurs is called a Rebound, in which the alchemical forces that are thrown out of balance on neither sides of equation fluctuate wildly of their own accord in order to stabilize themselves –taking or giving more than was intended in often unpredictable and catastrophic ways such as accidental mutation, serious injury or death.

The sudden cough of blood had spilt upon the floor of the transmutation circle as Izumi fell flatly on her stomach as she felt the hollowness of her organs missing within her body. Absolute pain seared through her body as it was increasingly unbearable as she felt herself almost drift into unconsciousness. But she was shaken slightly as she felt a pair of strong arms wrap around her body. Her vision had become blurred till she managed to focus her eyes at the face of her husband.

Her husband Sig Curtis was in absolute horror seeing his wife's condition, it was not too long ago when he had felt an ominous sensation wrapped around him and his home. Finding the cause, he had found his wife Izumi lying on the floor of their basement, having the sight of blood to be seen. He knew of this alchemy, but never in a million years would he believe his beloved wife would go to the lengths of such dark alchemy, she had attempting or had already been performed Human-Transmutation.

He shook his head direly "Izumi, why? Why would you do this?" Sig knew the answer, but to go to the lengths of performing Human-Transmutation was just too unbearable to even think about. Izumi had slowly gazed steadily toward her husband's face as fear was written. She winced in pain as she felt her missing organs forever gone from her "to bring back our child" she murmured soft as she felt the agony draining her of her strength. But her eyes immediately widen from the thought of her child. Quickly looking back, leaving his arms she gazed back at the transmutation circle where her child was previously at. Instead of seeing him, she was blinded by steam that shrouded the entire room, having sparks of crimson electricity to jolt between the thick clouds. She felt tears begin to form as she tried to figure where her son was, afraid of losing him once my more.

Till the sound of a child whimpering was heard.

Both Izumi and Sig felt their eyes widen as they heard the cry of a child, their child crying. Their own hearts begin to sink as they finally heard the cry of their once deceased child. Being so emotionally blind, Sig had lost his grip completely upon Izumi as she ran toward the mist encased heat. Izumi felt the sudden rejoice of happiness return to after all this time.

Sig quickly follow Izumi, both had walked slowly as they moved through the heated fog as they tried to find the center of the circle. Looking around through the thick fog, he heard the cries more and more loudly; this had caused him unconsciously bumped into Izumi. Quickly apologizing he noticed that she wasn't paying attention, standing absolutely still as she looked down to her feet.

Izumi eyes were filled with emotion as she saw the basket that she had placed her son in during the beginning of the transmutation. It was reconstructed back to what it originally was but her child was in his eternal sleep. He was wailing, crying for the first time. She fell to her knees as her heart exploded mixed emotion and contemplation. Her arms outstretched as she grasped her son's wailing form and raised him as she embraced as she cried.

A firm grasp was felt on her shoulder, causing her to look back as she saw Sig with tears of his own. It wasn't just her who witnessed her son crying, he saw his child too, no their child crying together. Looking back, Izumi cradled him with much love as she could muster as her tears streaked her face. With all their happiness, both Sig and Izumi saw the sudden changes upon their son.

His once raven black hair was no longer the same, it became a pure golden blonde where three darkly lines were seen apiece on both sides of his cheeks. A side effect of the transmutation could only be their guess. And the only thing that defied their thoughts was the mark on his small stomach, a crimson tattoo was seen. This tattoo itself was a crimson draconic beast that revealed itself devouring its own tail where triangular marks were at the center. Izumi knew of this symbol, she knew it from books of alchemy that she had studied. But she didn't care about this, she didn't care about anything else, her son was alive and she and Sig could finally be a true family together.

Hearing their child wailed, Izumi held him closer and closer with each admiration as he continued to make such wonderful sounds that she so wanted to dearly. She hugged him tightly as she was soon embrace by Sig. Smiles were seen on their faces as warm tears streaked their faces. This was their secret that they would keep no matter what, till the day of their own deaths.

Izumi thought of no matter if it was a taboo; their love was too great to lose their son again. They would protect him no matter what.


(-(-Author's Note: This chapter is redone and I hope you like it without the spelling errors. I've looked it over and I've remade some of the scenes and made sure there were no spelling errors. The pairing was already determined and that pairing is Naruto Curtis and Olivier Mira. Armstrong, but that could be a while due to me wondering how I am able to put them together, I ask some of my reviews to give me a bit of advice. Please say anything on what you like about it, hell even flames count due to me thinking that it could help me improve my story, also, if you're just a flamer who just like to flame other people, then piss off!-)-)