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Peppermint Winter

By Falco276

Humor / Drama

Sweet Memories of Pegasus

Woot from the land of the Snowy Alps! XD

This one shot will consist of both characters from both fandoms to experience Switzerland. XD

Songs for this fic:

Peppermint Winter by Owl City (no pun intended for the title of this fic)

Break Away by Kelly Clarkson (the intro where Madoka sees Gingka leave Florida.)

Big Bang EDM theme songs from the website player. ( .ch)


It was finally decided for Gingka to be permanently away from Florida. Since the whole cast of Season 1 and Season 2 bladers made a big move from Metal Bey City, Japan and live in Gainesville, Florida for 12 years straight, Madoka never thought for the Pegasus blader to leave the 13th year of USA. Soccer and IT were one of his careers but most importantly blading was one of his biggest passion. But sadly, the winged horse did not return for all Beys from each blader were banished to an unknown location for so many years, leaving the bladers to live a 'normal' life.

"Oh Gingka." Madoka glanced through the window, stars in the night time sky twinkling down at her. "Where are you?"

Spotting a blue facebolt with no Pegasus logo underneath the corner of her desk, tears slowly welled up in her eyes as she slowly raised it in view.

Slowly starting to cry, she held the piece to her chest and still hoped that Gingka was okay. Where ever he was. In Switzerland. The land of the Snowy Alps, mouth watering cheese and chocolate.

"Gah! Excuse Me!" yelped Gingka as he sprinted through the second floor of the St. Jakobs (Ya-kobs) Park Shopping Center, a Game Stop bag wielded in his arm. Passing by so many shops, he almost reached the finish line known as the Parking Garage, but his feet only skidded to halt in shock to see an endless line of small kids waiting happily to ride the "Harry's 1980 Steam Carosuel."

"Oohhh!" groaned Gingka as he patiently took a seat, wrapping his FC Basel scarf around his mouth and nose to ward off the cigarrette smoke that wafted from the ashtray near him.

Browsing through the news feed on Beybook on his new 16 GB Space Gray I-Phone 6 Plus with a black Otterbox Defender case snapped on it, Gingka tapped his foot and glanced around to see if the line decreased.

Miracously as it was, the last toddler hopped off happily, his mother escorting the little one to the slanted escalator floor belt that ascended to the first floor.

"Sah-weet!" Gingka said in a jovial tone as he walked into the Parking Garage, his eyes busily searching the occasional Atomic Silver 2014 Lexus IS250, the lisence plate of the Aarau (Ah-ra-oh) shield glinting brightly in the dim garage.

Hopping into the driver's seat, he almost wanted to groan with frustration at the clock located on the dashboard and at himself.

"Great. I'm 25 minutes late to the game." he muttered as in defeated at a Bey Battle and started to backup, only for a green Peugeot to rudefully pass by.

Gingka cursed while slamming on the brakes. That was another thing that disturbed him the most whenever it came to driving here in Switzerland. Florida was a heaven because it was easy as cake to drive. As for newcomers like Gingka, the traffic signs and pedestrian rights were way off of the driving standards in USA.

Finding the perfect moment to back up, Gingka congratulated himself as he climbed up toward the first floor and turned into the narrow exit way.

"Greuitzee" the lady greeted in swiss german as Gingka slid the window down and handed over the payed parking ticket, "Uh hello."

"You speak English only?" the lady was concerened.

"Uh." anime tear fell on spilled on his forehead as he blushed, "Yeah. Tyring to blend in with the language and culture."

"Ah, okay. Have a nice day!" the lady waved as Gingka returned the greeting in his car.

"Shoot. I better go fast. Not that they finish early without me." he said to himself as he joined the main road and crossed the multi way intersection towards the parking lots to the St. Jakobs Halle, the music hall to Switzerland's Greatest Silverster Party.

And it not only that Gingka was about to attend the EDM party known as Big Bang, but another character from another fandom got to know about it from the web.

So that's it for chappie 1 of my fic.

Please REVIEW! :D

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