Mixed Destinies

By Kaehimi

*Summary*Yami helps Yugi. Yami Bakura hurts Bakura. Everything is normal until a little mix-up in Fate's Workshop...*

Disclaimer: I do not own Yu-Gi-Oh!

"The Prologue"

Bakura's Point of View...

My Yami lifted me up by the collar and slammed my against the wall, his smirk never leaving his face. I grimaced as I collided with the hard boards. Why couldn't it be made of something softer, like cotton? I choked back a cry as I was taken and pinned against the wall. Now I was face to face with my Yami. And he was just getting started.

Yugi's Point of View...

Yami and I were teamed up against Joey and Téa. We were really winning in the two on two duel, the score was 200 to 100. I put down the Dark Magician and attacked, wiping out their remaining Life Points. I laughed as Joey groaned. Then harder when Téa began berating him for their loss. Nothing could go wrong.

Meanwhile...

Fate smiled as she looked at the faces watching her intently. She brushed a speckle of dust from her spotless gown and said, "Students new to my Workshop, please stay away from my tools and private area. No gum chewing, no talking out of order, obey your captains, and be on time..." Fate listed the rules, and then asked, "Any questions?" No one raised their hand. "Good."

Lapse of Time...

Fate finished instructing the young girl how to bond puppies and children when she sensed something amiss. With a gasp, she ran towards her desk and saw a child drop a Vial of Destiny. "No!" She yelled as the glass shattered, spilling the Destiny all over the floor. She clutched the remains of her masterpiece and then glared at the boy who had his hand over his mouth, shocked. "STUPID, STUPID BOY!" She began to rant.

Meanwhile...

Bakura's Point of View...

My Yami suddenly blinded and stepped away from me. He shook his head, as if to clear something from it and then looked at me. His eyes flickered and then focused again.

I gave a small "eep" and tried to make myself as small as possible. I prepared myself for the blows that I knew were coming.

Nothing happened.