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Cardcaptor Thyme: The Second Tome

By Asclei

Adventure / Fantasy

Chapter 1

The ancient time of sorcery and witchcraft produced numerous talented wizards developing their own style of magic. One such genius, named Clow Reed, had revealed his prowess by passing down his legacy unto a young girl named Kinomoto Sakura. The tale of her adventures collecting magical cards, known as Clow Card, converting them into a new card type has been heard throughout magical society. Accompanied by two guardians of sun and moon, she set herself into a historical trail of magic.

The Clow Book, which is the completed version of compiled Clow Cards, is the result of various trial and error experiments. Little did people know, that there were attempts to copy and different versions of Clow Books. Though the original cards have been transformed, this does not mean there were no more Clow Cards.

This story is a new adventure of a young man going through the dark and bitter world to gather Clow Cards in order to avoid calamity upon his world, or so he thought. He had heard the tales of the heroine Sakura and her heroic deeds, however for some reason, he thought that his adventure would not be as joyful as her experience.


Author note:

Pardon the coarse language and swearing in the story. It was done intentionally to give realistic dialogue, in depth character expressions. It's pretty dark compared to the original series, less romance more conflicts.
Enjoy the fast paced story and different view to the world of CCS.


Canon Characters:

- Sorceress Sakura Li (formerly Cardcaptor Sakura Kinomoto)

- Clan Master Shaoran Li

- Sorcerer Clow Reed

- Cerberus, Sealing Guardian Beast of Sun

- Yue, Sealing Guardian of Moon

- Kaho Kinomoto (formerly Kaho Mizuki)

- Ruby Moon, Sealing Guardian of Moon [Final Judgments chapter]

- Grandmaster Eriol Hiiragizawa [Eriol's Gathering Dinner chapter]

- Sorcerer Clow Reed [Final Judgments chapter]

- Tomoyo Daidouji, CEO & Chairman of Daidouji Corp. [Eriol's Gathering Dinner chapter]

- Spinel Sun, Sealing Guardian Beast [Eriol's Gathering Dinner chapter]


Original Characters:

- Cardcaptor Thyme Macquarie, a young adult male who received the task of collecting Clow Cards from someone in the past.

- Helios, Sealing Guardian of Ubiquitous

- Clan Initiate Miaozi Li, twin sister of Yuanzi [Envoy of Li Clan chapter]

- Clan Initiate Yuanzi Li, twin sister of Miaozi [Envoy of Li Clan chapter]

- Clan Enforcer Shenlong Li, Meilin Li's apprentice and Shaoran's future successor [Final Judgments chapter]

- Witch Mellusianne vui Espada, known formerly as Cardcaptor Mellusianne [Interlogue chapter] and Thyme's mentor

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