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Kingdom Hearts: Light's Destiny

By Light_Master

Action / Adventure

Prologue: The Dreamworld

Prologue: The Dreamworld


In a strange ethereal place a young boy with blue eyes, dark brown hair with a big bang covering his right eye, wearing a blue short sleeved shirt with a white opened hoodie with black short sleeves over the blue shirt, dark green shorts with a star chain hanging from the left side of his shorts, and black and red shoes is floating down in the ethereal place much to his confusion.

"Huh? What's going on? Where am I?" The boy asked even though he's not physically talking but mentally.

Just then the boy keeps descending until he lands on what looks like a cloud.

"So very much to do, so little time." A voice said and the boy looks around to find where the voice came from.

"Where are you?" The boy asked.

"The door is still shut. The time has come." The voice said as the cloud starts to move.

The cloud takes the boy to a floating rocky land and upon arriving the boy gets off the cloud and gets on the rocky land and while exploring but just weapons appear and they are a sword, staff, blaster, gauntlet, orb, scythe, whip, and a cane and the boy walks over to them and examines them.

"The power sleeps within you. Choose wisely and it will give you strength." The voice said.

The boy examines every weapon and chooses the sword.

"Is strength important to you?" The voice asked.

"Yes." The boy answered taking the sword and wields it backhanded.

"Very well. You have chosen the power of the warrior." The voice said.

Just then the rocky land starts to crumble and disappear but the cloud saves the boy before he falls.

The cloud takes the boy to a building and the boy gets off the cloud and gets on the building and the sword appears on his hand.

"You have the power to fight." The voice said.

"Now what?" The boy asked.

"Try swinging." The voice said and the boy takes a swing. "Excellent. Use this power to defend yourself and others." The voice said.

"Okay." The boy said and just then a black phantom creature with crimson spiked crescents on its body appears. "What is that?" The boy asked.

"There will be times when you will have to fight. You must keep your light burning strong." The voice said.

"No problem." The boy said.

The phantom creature attacks the boy but the boy strikes at the phantom with his sword killing it but just then more phantoms creatures appear and attacks the boy but the boy keeps fighting back with his sword delivering a killing blow on the phantoms making them leave but one appears behind the boy but the boy turns around and strikes with his sword killing it but another phantom destroys the building and the boy falls but the cloud returns and saves him.

The cloud takes the boy what looks like a forest and the boy gets off the cloud and explores around the forest and he finds three people which are two boys and one girl.

"What's there to do here?" The boy asked.

"The door won't open just yet." The voice said.

"Then what do I do?" The boy asked.

"Tell me more about yourself." The voice said.

"Okay. If you say so." The boy said.

The boy goes to the three people and walks over to the girl first.

"What is most important to you?" The girl asked.

"My friends and my family." The boy answered.

"Would you protect them?" The girl asked.

"Of course I would." The boy answered.

The boy then walks over to one of the boys.

"What're you afraid of?" The first boy asked.

"Losing the people I love and care about." The boy answered.

"How can you prevent them from being gone?" The first boy asked.

"By staying by their side, no matter what." The boy answered.

The boy walks over to the next boy.

"What do you wanna do in the future?" The second boy asked.

"I want to become strong." The boy answered.

"How do you think you can?" The second boy asked.

"By believing in myself." The boy answered.

Just then all three disappeared.

"Are you certain with your answer?" The voice asked.

"Yeah." The boy answered.

"Then believe in your path, and you will walk along it fine." The voice said and the boy nods.

The cloud returns and takes the boy somewhere else.

The cloud arrives at what looks like an island and the boy gets off and explores around but just the island is being covered in water and the boy is trapped in the water but the boy emerges back to the surface but notices that the sky is dark and the waves are getting rough but the boy sees a piece of wood and gets on it but just then a giant shadow dragon creature with the crimson spiked crescents marks appears and attacks the boy but the cloud appears and the boy gets on.

"Do not be afraid." The voice said and the boy prepares to fight.

The shadow creature breathes black fire at the boy but the cloud dodges and it takes the boy to the shadow dragon and the boy starts attacking with his sword but the shadow dragon bites but the boy who blocks and strikes back with his sword and gets the head but the shadow dragon roars in anger and shoots black fireballs and the cloud tries to dodge but one of the fireballs get the boy making him fall but the cloud recovers him and the boy attacks the shadow dragon again with his sword but the shadow dragon slashes with its claws but the boy keeps attacking with his sword but the shadow dragon grabs the boy who tries to attack but his sword disappears and the cloud tries to save him but the shadow dragon destroys the cloud and starts to devour the boy who struggles himself to get free but to no avail.

"Do not be afraid. You will be the one who will open the door and restore what is now broken. Do not forget your destiny and your purpose." The voice said as the shadow dragon consumes the boy and everything goes black.


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