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Little Miss Magic

By Shinigami

Adventure / Fantasy

Through the Portal

Normal p.o.v.~

A twelve year old girl with teal blue hair and mismatch eyes wearing a white long sleeve shirt with a purple tunic over it, dark blue leggins and black flats walks down the street before sprinting off into a run with a wide smile on her face as she runs around the corner to a construction site.

She easily slips past the guards and up a tree before jumping onto the beams and silently making her way to the top.

She stands there for a second before pulling out a telescope and looking at the sky with sparkles in her eyes. You may be wondering who this little girl is and how she manged to slip past the guards who obviously haven't been doing a good job but this is Yuna Akimura the best trickster in town and the sliest fox you'll ever meet.


Yuna's p.o.v.~


I smiled setting up my telescope 'tonight is Halley's comet' i thought happily setting my telescope 'and because the blue moon the comet will turn it purple' i thought pulling out my camera. i moved to stand up only for a pin to fall out my bag "snap" i muttered when it fell on the hat of the guard "who's up there" he yelled pointing the flashlight at me "busted" i said quickly tossing my telescope and camera in my bag and running "hey stop" the guard yelled i jumped off the construction 'crap did not think that through' i thought panicking when a golden gate opened below me 'what the heck' i thought falling through the gate it felt like water just with rainbow colors slowing my fall when it stopped and i fell on a soft prickly surface


i opened my eyes "ow" i said rubbing the back of my head sitting up in front of me stood a woman with fair skin, hazel eyes and orange, shoulder-length hair. She wore a red, long-sleeved blouse that partly exposes her collarbones over a long cream-colored dress. For accessories, she wears brown shoes and an Aegean, circular necklace. 'hold the phone is that Mito-san' i thought holding my head blinking she quickly came running to me "are you okay" she asked i slowly nodded my head staring at her in awe when a young boy with long spiky black green tipped hair and large, hazel brown eyes. He wore a green jacket with reddish edges covering a white tank top underneath, green short shorts, and green, laced boots. 'holy cow it's gon, gon freecss' i thought "are you okay" he asked i nodded "whats your name" Mito-san asked i took a breath "yuna" i said gon smiled "I'm gon and this is aunt Mito-san" he said i nodded "where did you come from" Mito-san asked i furrowed my brows and closed my eyes 'where did i come from again i remember the hunter x hunter series but nothing else besides jumping and falling through that portal' i thought before shaking my head "i don't know i just remember jumping and falling" i said shrugging 'it should come back to me later' i thought "Mito-san can yuna-chan stay with us" gon asked i looked at her with pleading eyes "okay" she said giving in "ya"me and gon cheered hugging each other "now come on you two" Mito-san said we nodded smiling at her. I tried standing up and almost tumbled over but gon caught me "are you okay" he asked with his brows furrowed i blinked before smiling "yep i guess I've been sitting this entire time my legs feel like jello, i like jello it's taste-y" i said gon laughed while Mito-san gave me a concern look "gon carry yuna just be on the safe side" Mito-san said he nodded and crouched in front of me i pouted before letting him carry me


we finally made it to the house and gon put me in a chair while Mito-san called a doctor to make sure i didn't have any injures when he came he stared wide eyed at me before shaking it away i blinked 'whats this bad vibe I'm getting from him' i thought suppressing a shiver as he went through a series of test to make sure i was alright. He furrowed his brows after getting to my legs making me a bit uncomfortable "seems like her legs are giving out i says about ten years before they completely give" he said standing up "i suggest you don't run a lot and take short walks if you don't want to shorten your time span" he said 'nooo how am i supposed to get stronger if I'm limited' i thought pouting "thank you Dr. Frankenstein" Mito-san said worry on her face, gon came up to me "excuse me do you think yuna-chan will ever be able to walk again" gon asked the doctor looked at him "for her legs to be healed she'd need a miracle but after a few days rest she'll be able to walk after her legs go out she'll never be able to walk again" the doctor said 'then I'll find a way' i thought crossing my arms after that the doctor left "gon take yuna to her new room I'm going to prepare dinner" Mito-san said leaving to the kitchen. The room was simple, light orange walls and dark purple carpet floor with a bed in the corner and a desk next to it with a closet on the other side of the room and a window over the bed, sitting on the bed gon sat next to me in the chair "yuna-chan I'm gonna find a cure for your legs" he said 'sounds so much like him' i thought i smiled "if you are take me with you" i said with the same determination "no you need to stay here other wise you'll shorten your time" he argued i pouted "fine then tell me about you" i said he smiled at me before telling me about kite, his animal friends, Mito-san, and Ging his father soon i fell asleep dreaming about adventures i could go on with gon

little did i know I'd have to wait a long while before that


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