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Horror Games

By LadySweets

Mystery / Horror

Chapter 1: Raped and Treats

Chapter 1: Raped and Treats

Toon Link's P.O.V.

I can't wait until Halloween! Rosalina is going to take me, Ness, Lucas, all of the Villagers, Pit, Dark Pit (he's only coming to see Rosalina but don't tell anyone) and Kirby. We all enjoy dressing up in costumes, but not as much as Kirby, and the only reason he loves it so much is because of the candy he gets. And the thing is, he doesn't even make or buy his own costume! What he does is that while we are walking down streets he sees a little kid in a pirate outfit, and he disappears for a minute. A moment later, he comes back dressed as a pirate and with a boatload of candy. I don't think he realizes it, but he's kind of a bully. Anyways, I still don't know why Rosalina even takes us when she could be going to the annual Halloween party the Hands throw. Each year everyone urges her to go, but she always declines politely, and says she favors trick-or-treating better. Just yesterday, I heard Marth asking her to go.

Yesterday...


Third Person's P.O.V.

Marth had invited Rosalina to his bedroom while Ike was out sparring. He was wearing a buttoned-down top and jeans instead of his usual attire. Once she arrived, he quickly shut the door.

"Rosalina. You're finally here. I have something important to ask you." He inched closer to her with every word.

Rosalina had an uncomfortable look on her face. "Uh, yes Marth? And uh, can you, uh, back up? You're making me kind of-AH!"

She fell on his bed and tried to get up, but Marth pinned her down.

He smirked. "I've been waiting to do this for a VERY, long time." He moved closer until they were inches away.

"Uh, you know I have someone I can call for help, right? And that I can scream really loud if I want to, right? And-"

"Your breathe smells amazing." Marth put a finger to her lips. "I have to do this now, and if I don't, I'm going to regret for the rest of my time here."

Marth moved away from Rosalina, but still had a hold on her. He started to unbutton his top, and before he could say anymore-

Ike walked into the room, with nothing on except for a towel wrapped around his waist. He was wiping his face with a washcloth. "Hey Marth, get out for a minute so I can change, or stay, I don't really care." He was about to take off his towel when he opened his eyes and saw Rosalina lying on Marth's bed, with Marth sitting on her, about to take off his shirt.

"Oh, oh god dude, what are you doing? I mean, WHAT! At least put a sock on the door! And I never thought you and Rosalina, but it's your decision..."

"No! NO! It's not like that! Marth just invited me in his room and then he pinned me down and said that he had something important to tell me! Nothing happened or was going to happen, I swear."

Ike stroked his chin for a minute, then smirked. "OK, I believe you. But tell me this-did he say he had something to tell you, or did he say he had something to SHOW you?"

And with that Ike walked out of the room. A minute later, he came back in and grabbed his clothes. "I forgot I'm half-naked, and I can't change in my own bedroom. Behave, lovebirds."

This time he actually left, and Rosalina took a chance. She kicked Marth on the floor and ran out screaming.

Marth got up a minute later, frantically waving a letter in his hand, with his shirt still unbuttoned. "I wasn't trying to rape you or anything! I just wanted to give you a letter to invite you to the Halloween party! Please don't tell the others about this!"

At this moment Toon Link was walking out of the bathroom and heard everything Marth had said. He tugged on Marth's sleeve. "What does 'rape' mean?"

Marth just looked at Toon Link, then ran away. Toon Link then scratched his head and wondered what he said.


Toon Link's P.O.V.

Guessing from the response of the invitation, I 'm assuming that Rosalina will not be attending the Halloween party. Bad for the adults, good for us kids. Oh well. This is going to be a great Halloween!


A week passed and it was 7:30 p.m. I was dressed as a vampire, Ness was dressed as werewolf, Lucas was dressed as a ghost, all eight of the Villagers were dressed as a different bug; a spider, an ant, a butterfly, a cockroach, a fly, a bumblebee, a grasshopper, and a moth. Pit was dressed as a pillow, Dark Pit was a "dark and stormy night" (he wore all black) Kirby wasn't wearing anything at the moment but would be soon, and Rosalina went as a female pirate. All fifteen of us were huddled in a group near the door, while the other Smashers were wishing us off. Marth approached Rosalina and apologized about the whole fiasco, and she was cool about the whole thing. I opened the door and pointed at my wrist implying that I wanted to go.

Peach chuckled. "Well, it seems that you all should be on your way. Although we will miss you again at the party, it's nice to take the kids out. Even though they know how to fight, we have to remember that they're still just kids. Have a good trick-or-treating!"

Peach handed giant pumpkin-shaped bags to everyone, and gave an extra to Rosalina and Kirby. She gave one to Rosalina in case any of us lost ours, and she gave an extra to Kirby because...he's Kirby. They waved us goodbye as we headed outside, and Rosalina closed the door with a loud bang. Time to get some candy.


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