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Mario & Sonic At The Olympic Games

By Stupidfic

Action / Humor

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A long time ago, there was this event called the Olympic games. Apparently it still exists today. People from around the globe participate in the Olympics to have their best athletics prove their worth. This year won't be different… well, actually it is different this year. Because this is the year where two rival worlds finally go face-to-face with one another!

Let's start the story off with one of the competing worlds. In the land of the Mushroom Kingdom, the legendary plumber duo Mario and Luigi were walking down a grassy path to the castle owned by one of their closet friends.

"Nice of the princess to invite us over for a picnic, eh Luigi?" said Mario.

"I HOPE SHE MAKES LOTSA SPAGHETTI!" exclaimed a hungry Luigi.

Their conversation was interrupted when a mailman came over.

The mailman asked "excuse me, are any of you two Mario?"

"Thatsa me, Mario!" replied the plumber in red.

"Good. Here's a letter for you."

Curious to know the letter's contents, Mario opened it up, with Luigi peeking over his brother's shoulder.

Dear Mario of the Mushroom Kingdom,

We have been aware of your multiple deeds and would like to see your abilities at the next Olympics in Beijing. In this envelope are airplane tickets for your trip, and there should be enough to bring all your friends along. We hope to see you there.

Sincerely, the Olympic Committee.

"Mama mia! The Olympics?!" shouted Luigi in his brother's ear. "We must-a go there as-a soon as-a possible!"

"I don't-a know, I was really looking forward to that-a picnic!"

"Forget the picnic-a! Besides-a, I know Peach won't make lotsa spaghetti, and who the hell-a makes spaghetti for a picnic anyway?"

Dragging his older brother along, Luigi couldn't wait to tell everyone the good news.

Meanwhile, in a land far, far away, Miles Prower was working on his latest invention.

"Its almost finish!" Tails said gleefully. "Soon, I will be able to hit puberty and finally get rid of my girly voice forever!"

Just then, a gust of blue wind came through the front door. Tails quickly turned around, and in the process his twin tails knocked the invention to the floor and broke it to bits.

Groaning over five days worth of work wasted, Tails spoke "didn't I tell you to knock first?"

Sonic shrugged. "I think you told me about fifteen times. So what's up?"

"Nothing" sighed Tails as he picked up the pieces of his invention. "Actually, a letter for you was delivered here today."

"A letter? Why send it here, though?"

"You're Sonic, you have no home and you're difficult to catch up to."

"Oh, right. Well, lets take a look at that letter."

The blue hedgehog opened the letter's envelope and looked at it's contents.

Dear Sonic of Mobius… or Earth… whatever,

We have been aware of your multiple deeds and would like to see your abilities at the next Olympics in Beijing. In this envelope are airplane tickets for your trip, and there should be enough to bring all your friends along. We hope to see you there.

Sincerely, the Olympic Committee.

"SWEET!" Sonic shouted.

"What?" asked Tails, curious to his friend's excitement.

"Pack your bags, because we're going to Beijing, buddy!

The Mario Brothers were ready to go. Coming with them were Princess Peach, Toad, Yoshi, Daisy, Wario and Waluigi.

"It's about time, what took you so long?" Daisy impatiently questioned Wario.

"The metal detector was a pain in the rear" replied Mario's nasty look-a-like. "How was I suppose to know burglary equipment wasn't allowed on the plane?"

"Yoshi" sighed Yoshi.

"I still can't believe we're to participate in the Olympics!" Peach said.

"Me too!" spoke Toad. "I mean, even though I never even heard about the Olympics until today, the way Luigi explained it must be great!"

"It is-a!" exclaimed Luigi. "Not only is this like-a Mario Party with actual sports, we-a could make history if we win! Mama Mia! I'm-a so excited I could-a almost jump into-a haunted pit!… almost-a."

"Hey our plane is ready!" Waluigi pointed out. "LAST ONE THERE IS MY BROTHER'S UNDERPANTS!"

Everyone hurried along to chance their flight. Mario trailed behind, due to the fact he was carrying everybody's luggage.

"I really wished I was-a having that picnic."

Tails called everybody he knew about the Olympics. The ones that came along were Knuckles, Amy, Cream, the Chaotix, Shadow, and Blaze.

"Ms. Blaze, how did you get here if you live in another dimension?" Cream pondered.

"I walked" answered Blaze.

Espio, one of the three members of the Chaotix, spoke "hey Vector, why are we even here? We aren't even friends with Sonic."

The leader of the Chaotix replied "for the money of course! Do you know how much those medals are worth? We'll make a fortune once we sell off on the internet!"

"But we don't have the internet!" Charmy piped in, who was quickly bopped on the head by Vector.

"You know, I think I'm glad you dragged me out of my Master Emerald guarding duties to go to the Olympics" Knuckles the echidna talked to Tails. "I could really use my fists to good use."

"I'm rather curious why were going" thought Tails. "I mean, yeah I know we have great abilities but in all the years we've been saving the world why does the Olympics Committee have a sudden interest in us?"

"Ah, just enjoy the trip, will you Tails?" said Amy Rose. She snuggled very close to her so-called boyfriend and cooed "I know I will, right Sonic?"

Tapping his feet nervously, Sonic muttered "are we there yet?"

And so both sides were flying on their airplanes, ready to show their stuff to the competition.

Little did the passengers know that both planes were being followed, and those that were following them would certainly make the trip a lot more unpleasant.

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