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Story of Black dragon's child

By KiyoshiWakeshima

Fantasy / Adventure

Chapter 1

Hello, this is my first fanfiction.

I hope you like it :).

P.S. I'm sorry if I write something wrong, English is not my native language.

Story of Black dragon's child

chapter 1:

He was flying over the destroyed village and and admired the destruction that he caused. He decided to leave when he heard cries and felt immense magical power. That power could rival an adult mage. He flew to it. The mighty dragon was suprised when he found a child not older then three. The child had pink, spiky hair, his clothes was torn but he had not major injuries. When the child saw the dragon boy began to cry harder. The dragon just tchd at child and was about to crush it when idea pop in his head. A lot dragons has already had his disciples and why he wouldn't take the boy as his own.

"What's your name brat?" Dragon said

"N-Natsu... Who-o are y-you... mister?" boy stuttered

The dragon stod proudly "I am the black dragon of apocalypse, dragon king Acnologia."

"Where are your parents boy?" Acnologia asked.

"Dead" Natsu said with sobs.

Acnologia smirked "Would you like to learn a dragon slayer magic?"

The boy looked up at the dragon with hope and confusion in his eyes. "You would take care of me?"

"I suppose that's one way to sa-" He wasn't able to finish because the boy had already embraced his claws.

"Thank you" Natsu said quietly.

Acnologia took him in his paw and they flown from bloody scent and destroyed village in dark sky.

'He will be perfect student.' Acnologi thought.

End of chapter 1

I hope you like it. Please review. If you have any ideas of parings tell me.

This story will mainly follow the events in the manga. Thanks for reading :)

Thanks for review Yours truly - Pride. I really appreciate what you wrote in the review and thank you for reading. I'll try to correct the chapter to be better.

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