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Never Ending

By Bri Cannistraro

Horror / Other

Prologue

A/N: I OWN NOTHING! EVERY BIT OF CORPSE PARTY AND YU GI OH 5DS GO TO THEIR CREATORS! I ONLY OWN MY OC'S.

A/N: Warnings: -A bit fast paced -Some language (nothing severe though)

Hey, readers! I usually don't do Corpse Party fanfictions or crossovers because I don't always do so well with it. But I do feel comfortable with this one so that's why it's up. Be ready for some blood, especially in this prologue. There is an extra spirit in this as a fair warning because I know some people don't like that. Anyway, to the story! I hope you like it!

Prologue

The screams of her friends. The agonizing, pain filled screams. Each one dying out one by one. First Ryou, then Tokiko, and now Yuki. But she couldn't see them. She was blindfolded. The only thing she could do was listen to their injuries and their death.

"Last one," came a demented, but girl voice. "What pretty thing should be lost first?" The final young girl began shaking despite being bound by her hands and feet. "How about those legs?"

She heard footsteps trail down the girl's body before a cold but wet hand touched her thigh. But that was when the pain for her increased unlike anything anyone should experience. A blade began cutting through her right thigh slowly and the girl screamed in pain. It felt like an eternity before she couldn't feel the leg past the cutting point anymore. But it wasn't two seconds later that the pain shot through her again but on her last leg. It took even longer with the pain before she couldn't feel anything below the cutting point of that thigh.

But even so, the girl's pain didn't stop there. Her blindfold was taken off and she saw the face of her killer. It was a seven year old girl and she knew that face… Sachiko!

"Pretty eyes," she stated.

"Please, no! NO MORE!" the girl yelled. Sachiko gave a malicious, depraved smile. That was when Sachiko aims the scissors just above her left eye. "No! Please!" But that didn't stop Sachiko as she repeatedly stabbed the eye ball. The pain was unbearable for the young girl. She just wanted to pass out and die, so she couldn't feel the pain. But no one gave her the mercy.

Sachiko began to laugh again as she finished, "Now, why don't you say 'ahhh'?"

The girl closed her mouth and frantically shook her head. That's when the sound of people running down the hallway through the door came to her ears. Sachiko frowned and stood up. She handed the scissors to Yoshikazu, the man who kidnapped us, and took place beside the injured girl again.

The girl began to cry with only one eye dripping with tears. She could tell just by feeling it, the other was nothing but a simple liquid at this point. The doors were burst open and the girl heard a man yell, "Check to see if they're still alive!"

Through her one eye, the girl saw three heavily armed men check her friends and shook their heads. One came up to the girl and he yelled, "Sir, this one's still alive!"

"Get her to a hospital!" the apparent leader ordered. "Now! Riley, what about the last girl?"

"She's alive too and unharmed," a man answered while the one beside the injured girl picked her up and ran out.

The girl was set into an ambulance which drove off while paramedics raced to stopped the bleeding. "Don't worry, kid," a woman paramedic said. "It'll be alright. Can you tell us what happened?"

"M-My friends… and I were kidnapped by Yoshikazu and Sachiko," she strained out an answer.

"You mean that seven year old girl?" the man paramedic asked.

She nodded. "We were all blindfolded and bound so we couldn't move. Then, all I could hear was the pained screams of my friends. Nothing else. And when they were dead, she came to me and cut off my legs. After that my blindfold was taken off, and I saw the true face of the killer. Sachiko," the girl answered crying again.

"Sachiko was the one who murdered your friends and nearly murdered you?" the woman asked, shock and disbelief clear in her voice.

"Y-Yes," she answered. "She smiled and laughed as she stabbed my eye. She laughed at my pain. She told me to say 'ahh' just before the police came."

The paramedics looked at each other shocked. The man then told the woman, "If we asked her about it and she really did it, Sachiko would probably lie. In fact, she'll probably place the blame on Yoshikazu. We need to get this girl help and take her testimony to the police right away." The ambulance pulled to a stop and the paramedics rushed her out for an operation.

But they didn't realize… she was already gone.

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