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Nobodies of Kingdom Hearts: Book 1

By Rachel Taylor

Action / Adventure

Chapter 1

I'm Back! And boy do I have a lot things to work on! But I want to let you all know that this is a Kingdom Hearts and Pirates of the Caribbean Crossover!

Now I was asked to make this crossover, but because there are so many movie of it I decided to make it a chapter series instead of the whole thing on one chapter… Which trust me makes things longer for all of us.

So I intend to do two scenes per chapter, but if it seems way to short I'll add an extra scene. Now for each movie will be a new story, and if the requester would like me to do all of the movies I will be more than happy to write them on the side!

Alright, so that's enough of me blabbing! Hope you all enjoy! Peace!

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Disclaimer: I don't own anything in Kingdom Hearts or Pirates of the Caribbean

Nobodies of Kingdom Hearts- Cruse of the Flurry of Flames

Standing at the bow of a Gummi Ship and singing is Young Namine, a beautiful girl who is always in white and has the most splendid blue eyes. "… We pillage, we plunder, we rifle and loot. Drink up me 'earties yo ho! We kidnap, and ravage and don't give a hoot. Drink up me 'earties yo ho! Yo ho, yo ho a nobodies life for me. We extort, we pilfer, we filch and sack. Drink up—"

Namine stops when she is surprised by Demyx who put his hand on her shoulder. "Quiet, missy!" Demyx said. "Cursed nobodies sail these water. You don't want to bring them down on us, now, do ya?"

"Demyx, that will do!" Riku said.

"She was singing about nobodies." Demyx protested. "Bad luck to be singing about nobodies with us mired in this unnatural fog. Mark my words."

"Considered them marked. On your way."

"Aye, Lieutenant. It's bad luck to have a woman on board, too… even a miniature one." At this Namine decided to but in and mark her own opinion.

"I think it'd be rather exciting to meet a nobody." Namine said.

"Think again. Miss Namine." Riku said. "Vile and dissolute creatures, the lot of them. I intend to see to it that any man who sails under a nobody flag or wears a nobody brand gets what he deserves –a short drop and a sudden stop." Namine glances over at Demyx who mimes a hanging.

"Lieutenant Riku," Governor Eraqus said. "I appreciate your fervor, but I'm, uh, I'm concerned about the effect this subject will have upon my daughter."

"My apologies, Governor Eraqus."

"Actually, I find it all fascinating." Namine said again voicing her own opinion.

"Yes. That's what concerns me." Governor Eraqus contorted. Namine only rolls her eyes when then lands on a parasol and then a piece of wreckage with a boy on it in the water.

"Look!" She shouted. "A boy! There's a boy in the water!"

"Man overboard!" Riku shouts. "Fetch a hook! Haul him aboard." Soon they get him on board. The boy was young, like Namine, he had dirty blonde spikes and a baby face. "He's still breathing."

Demyx, curious as to where the boy came from, he scans the water until he spots a burning ship. "Mary, Mother of God!"

"What happened here?" Eraqus questions.

"It's most likely the powder magazine." Riku said. "Merchant vessels run heavily armed."

"A lot of good it did them." Demyx added. "Everyone's thinking it. I'm just saying it. Nobodies."

"There's no proof of that." Eraqus replies. "It was probably an accident."

"Rouse the Captain immediately!" Riku commanded. "Heave to and take in sail. Launch the boats."

"Heave to!" A sailor replies.

"Namine, " Eraqus said. "I want you to accompany the boy. He'll be in your charge. Take care of him." She nods and walks over to the young boy. But to her surprise the boy wakes grabbing her wrist.

"It's ok." Namine says. "My name's Namine."

"R-R-Roxas…" Roxas said as Namine nodded.

"I'm watching over you, Roxas." She notices that Roxas faints, but she always notices a medallion and examines it. "You're a n-nobody. " She whispers. But when she hears footsteps she hides it away.

"Has he said anything?" Riku asked.

"His name." Namine said. "Roxas. That's all I found out." Riku nods and walks over to a few sailors.

"Take him below." Riku says to them.

Namine studies the medallion closer and upon looking up sees a ship with the black flag flying at its mast; she then closes her eyes

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Namine blinks awakes as she decides to take out the medallion from a hiding place in her bureau drawer: she puts it on; then suddenly there's a knock on the door.

"Namine?" Eraqus questioned. "Are you alright? Are you decent?"

"Yes," Namine said as she hides the medallion in the bodice of her nightgown, and throws on a robe. "Yes!"

"Still abed at this hour?" Eraqus said as he opens the curtains and the window. "It's a beautiful day. I have a gift for you." Suddenly Eraqus reveals a dress. It was a beautiful white sun dress.

"Oh it's beautiful!" Namine gasped.

"Isn't it?" Eraqus replies.

"May I inquire as to the occasion?"

"Does a father need an occasion to dote upon his daughter?" Eraqus said to the maids. "Go on. Actually, I, um… I had hoped you might wear it for the ceremony today."

"The ceremony?" Namine asked tilting her head to the side.

"Captain Norrington's promotion ceremony."

"I knew it!"

"Commodore Norrington, as he's about to become!" Eraqus says as the maids lace Namine up into a corset. "A fine gentleman, don't you thing? He fancies you, you know. Namine? How's it coming?"

"It's difficult to say." Namine replied.

"I'm told it's the latest fashion in London."

"Well, women in London must've learned not to breathe."

A servant approaches Eraqus and says "Milord, you have a visitor."

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Alright guys here is Chapter 1 the first two scenes! Woot! Roxas will come in again soon and he'll be all grown up and stuff! I actually can't wait till I introduce who is going to be playing Captain Jack. ^-^.

~WriteTillTwilight.

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