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The Fairy Girl

By jasminedazz

Romance / Adventure

Prologue


The crescent moon hung all alone in the sky. It's light covered by the dark rain clouds surrounding it. A clasp of thunder was heard and the rain started pouring down.

Lightning struck illuminating a lone man who was walking towards a huge castle. The rain was pelting him and drenched him but he seemed unaffected by it. He walked towards the huge castle.

The large gates were opened by the guards and the man walked through not sparing a glance.

His footsteps echoed around the dull walls and he stopped in front of a room and pushed the doors opened to enter.

Three pairs of eyes turned towards him.

"Tell me the prophecy" he ordered. The three women cringed.

"Unless we have the item we cannot predict anything with clarity" one woman said. The man's face darkened. His fists tightened.

"There is an item that can help you…a key" another said trembling in fear.

"Sister!" the other two hissed their eyes widening. The man smirked. He walked forward and held the throat of one of the three women.

"Now tell me where I can find it. Or would you rather see her die?" he said grinning sadistically and tightening the hold on the woman's neck. She gagged in response her eyes almost popping out.

"The key is an heirloom passed down through generations of a very old and powerful line of mages. It will not be easy to obtain" the other woman said her eyes having a tiny bit of hope.

"Would you prefer me killing her without breaking a sweat to demonstrate my powers or would you tell me where the key is" he said an arrogant grin on his face.

Three pairs of eyes looked at him with fear. The woman relented looking downcast…

-Few days later-

The three women were frozen in fear. They were ordered not to move from the room till he had returned but that all would change this evening. The three of them were huddled together when the doors had burst open and he strode in a confident smirk on his face. A key glinted in the low light.

The three women widened their eyes.

"T-the k-key" one woman said finding her voice.

"Yes the key, now tell me the prophecy" he said his voice rising. The three women trembled in fear.

They were the best readers of the future within a 100 mile radius of the country and yet they were being held against their will and could do nothing but co-operate. The three women nodded to each other and stood around the key their arms stretched towards it.

Their hands and eyes glowed. Their voices echoed when they spoke as if they were being controlled.

"When ice, fire, earth, wind join to become one fairy and use all four elements at one time to ignite this key…Renga shall appear…when she does if she submits to your will you shall be able to rule the world as you wish…but remember if the fairy is able to control her you shall die…but if you are able to kill the fairy after she ignites the key…Renga will either fly off or listen to you, but if the fairy controls her she will kill you…be warned of what you are about to do…"

An evil laugh could be heard echoing around the walls where the prophecy was just heard.

"I will control Renga and control this world. NO one shall be able to stop me" he said laughing loudly.

The three women fell on the floor simultaneously gasping for breath. He turned around and faced them a dark, wicked expression marring his features.

"And No One Will Know about This Except for ME" he said walking towards them his aura intimidating.

The three women trembled and looked at him with wide eyes.

Blood curling screams filled the castle walls and almost immediately died down. Few seconds later the castle became eerily quiet…

-A few days later-

"Mama catch me" a little girl with bright chocolate brown eyes and flowing black shiny hair flying about her was running away and giggling.

"Yes Mama will catch you little one" the older woman said while laughing lightly. Danzo watched as his wife and little girl were playing catch. They looked so adorable and he couldn't ask for a more perfect life.

"Papa help me, Mama is going to catch me" the little girl said giggling.

Danzo laughed.

"It's ok you know Mama won't hurt you right?" he said laughing.

"Of course I won't hurt my little baby Danzo" Ushina said laughing lightly. Little Yui was finally caught and made to eat her dinner.

Danzo and Ushina were worried about their little daughter's immense power and they hoped they could protect her. Little did they know that their worst nightmare was about to come true…

A crack of lighting was all they heard and Minikui entered their humble home.

"Ushina take Yui and leave I shall face him" Danzo said his hands already lit in fire.

Ushina nodded in fear and picked up little Yui and ran out. It wasn't long before a blood curling scream was heard and Minikui came out looking for Ushina and her little daughter.

Ushina hid Yui behind a bush and cast an invisibility spell around her surroundings.

"Stay strong my Yui. I may not return but you must defeat Minikui and avenge your father's death. You are not strong enough now. Run away and train hard. Increase the strength of your elements and try using two together at once first, then proceed to three and finally all four together. You are the Elementary Guardian Fairy. Your power is immense but you must train and strengthen it. I believe in you my love…now go run away. I shall buy you sometime" she said kissing her forehead and ushering her to run.

Yui ran as far as her little legs could carry her while crying. She wanted her mom and dad back but she knew Minikui had destroyed her family. She swore to avenge the death of her parents.

-A few hours later-

Yui stumbled at a door and knocked with the last of her strength hoping someone nice would open the door…

"Go open the door Lyon today is your turn" Gray said while smirking. 

Lyon gave him an angry look and went to open the door. His eyes widened in shock and immediately he screamed for his mentor as loudly as his little voice could manage.

"UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUULLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL"

Ul knew Lyon wouldn't scream without a reason and rushed down. She found a little girl about Gray's and Lyon's age sprawled out at her doorstep without any energy. She quickly took the girl in and gave her some warm soup.

Yui opened her eyes and saw Ul her vision hazy. She hugged her tightly and said,

"Mama I'm so glad you're alive don't leave me Mama…" Yui said holding her tight.

Tears welled up in Ul's eyes as she remembered her own daughter's death.

(A/N right up till her death Ul didn't know Ultear was alive)

Ul soothed Yui.

"Its ok don't worry…" she said caressing her hair.

A few days later Yui felt much better and accepted the fact Minikui killed her parents. She kept it a secret from Ul, Lyon and Gray. She didn't want their pity. She wanted to get stronger and avenge her parents. She knew one of her elements was ice hence she begged Ul to train her till she could master the element.

All three of them trained under Ul's strict eye and out of all the three Yui was the best. Yui had mastered the element even faster than she thought.

Yui knew she had to perfect her other elements and hence it was time to say goodbye to the three of them. She couldn't meet them in the eye hence she left a note for them to read and quietly left the house but Gray followed her.

"Yui where are you going?" he asked which made her stop in her tracks.

Yui looked back.

"I have to leave now Gray. I hope I can see you again…good luck till then Snowman…and don't you forget this little fairy" she said while hugging him.

Gray hugged her back and turned away before she could see his tears. Though he wouldn't admit it he had become quite fond of Yui.

"I hope we meet again Yui…"


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