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Pleashipping chapter 1Sand blew throughout the palace as it always did. There were few places to escape it and as such it gets into their food. Mahado’s robes tussled as he hurried about and the weight of his head piece made the knots in his neck even worse. The dawning light threw passing gleams onto the ring as it beats against his chest. He was appointed in charge of palace security and one of the closest people to both the Pharaoh and the royal family. It was an honor, but right now he was endanger of losing the position if he was late.
He flew past his apprentice’s door which caused him skid. She should be up by now, he thought. The wood door was of fine craftsmanship, after all she was a member of the royal family. With an olive hand he knocked loudly, being her keeper was both a joy and a slight bother, “Mana are you up yet?” A small crash told him, he had just woke her up, this was almost his daily routine.
“I’m up master! Honest!” Mana’s high
Floatshipping page 2The palace walls tower reaching into the sky only to be stopped short. Servants scurry about ignoring the glpyhs since they merely spoke of Pharaoh’s past. Like looked like ghosts to her as she stops in front of Akhendain’s picture. Fondly she remembers him playing with the current king, she was among the children he played with there. Never had the pillars seemed so much bigger than they do now. She notes to herself the thefts of the ring, the scales, the key and now her precious necklace. He’s toying with us. But what I don’t understand is why he’s leaving the rod and puzzle alone. As for the eye well I can understand that one, Aknadin is attached to it.
She enters the throne room where Seto has temporarily taken charge and smirks a little. He plays with the rod disinterested in the court, despite what he says he does actually care but he’s worried like the others. It was clear though that Shadaa and Karim were a little worse for wear having
Krissy page 269Isis watched as the jars were opened and her creations were engulfed in a beautiful white light. The bodies grew warm to the touch and their cheeks turned into shades of roses.
“What do you plan to do with them?”
“Return them to the land of the living, Atem can finally have what he never got to have the first time.”
“We’ll have to watch and see what he does with his new found life.”
Krissy hadn’t left her room since Jono had brought her home. The water was cloudy and the daisies were dead. She noticed that even Mahado had gone as well, and it hurt to be alone. Jono would visit daily and just sit there waiting for her to say something. She was grateful he didn’t insult Atem, and he didn’t push. Her fingers traced the broken necklace recalling how warm the giver felt. Whether she wanted to admit it or not he gave her what she had asked, just never verbally. Still she thought, it would have bee
Krissy page 268Dear Krissy/Magicalshipping readers,
I’d like to take a moment to thank everyone who has read and supported this story for the two years it’s been around. I realize all of you had wanted it done sooner rather than later, but it has finally reached its end. I must say it has been quite a pleasure to hear your occasional comments and confusions, as well as your opinions. Since this is my first long piece posted I would really like to thank you for you never ending patience. This story as well as the unfinished (currently) Yu Yu Hakusho piece has taught me much about my writing and at some level given me a new appreciation for the fandom. As I close out this story I have to say it’s been a blast writing for all of you. Also I’d like everyone to thank :iconyueloverforever: for creating Krissy and Jono, without these two characters I doubt the story would have been half as good. I know that there was not as much dueling as there was in the series, and as much as I wo
Krissy page 267Aside from the engines spinning around the cabin was overall silent. Bakura rubbed his DiaDhank and traced the ring. He didn’t seem to mind the prospect of dying in Set’s belly as he figured it was the natural order of things. Across the way however was Pharaoh, who was doing his best impression of a stone statue. Dartz made his way over to the fellow monarch as the stewardess made sure everyone had something to eat.
“You should eat,” Dartz encouraged, “this could be your last meal.” He watched the eyes look up for a moment and then cast back down. “Thinking about what you did, isn’t going to make it any better. Set has from the looks of it already absorbed another volcano. You’re doing the right thing.”
“You heroes always have to justify that,” Bakura mocked, “go ahead and lie to yourself about how it’ll be better than anything else.”
“At least we’re more likely to have friends
Krissy page 266Their eyes met and he noted how they sparkled in love and peace. She didn’t know war, and Atem was determined to keep it that way. He smirked and leaned down taking the moment to kiss her. Her lips were softer than anything he had ever touched, after he pulled back he looked at her stunned. But, he didn’t have to wait long as she was quick to reconnect them pressing their bodies closer together.
She was tucked in the crook of his arm as she slept. He stared at her bare shoulders and looked at the arm across his chest. Unashamed of what they had done he ran his hands over her bare body. He stroked her hair gently and kissed her as he disentangled himself.
Mahado hovered behind his Pharaoh as he put away everything he didn’t come into this timeline with. The magician noticed that the latter looked more at peace now, than he ever had been. He watched as Atem set the letter down with a vase full of daisies and gives her one last kiss before stealing out into the night.
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