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Celestial Signer

By Bri Cannistraro

Romance / Action

A New World

Chapter 1

A New World

A young girl with brown hair and a pure white streak in it lay asleep in her bed. Her sand colored sheets wrapped loosely around her body to avoid hurting any of her bruises.

Outside her window a red light shined as a female, red dragon looked at her. Next to her, her brother, Lunar Dragon, hovered. A red and white aura shined around the girl, only apparent in the dragons' eyes.

"She has the Celestial Signer aura, sister," Lunar Dragon said.

"Yes, she does," the other dragon said.

"Crimson Dragon, what would a Signer be doing in this world and not in the Signer World? She will know every event to happen in that world," Lunar Dragon asked.

"I don't know the answer to that either, brother. But we must send her to the Signer World before the Dark Signers take hold," Crimson Dragon said. "But first, I must give her the mark."

Lunar Dragon nodded. Crimson Dragon looked at her right forearm and a mark began to form. The outline was shaped as the sun with a crescent moon in the center.

The girl cringed a bit as it burned her arm, but she did not wake up. The mark began to glow bright and consumed the girl. It cocooned her and lifted her next to the Crimson Dragon.

"I will see you soon, Lunar Dragon. I must guide her to her destined world," Crimson Dragon said.

"Goodbye, sister. I will see you again," Lunar Dragon said.

Crimson Dragon reached over and grabbed the girl wrapped in the cocoon of light. She brought it into her like she was holding a parcel of great importance (which it pretty much was) and darted into the cosmic reaches of space.

Lunar Dragon stared up at the spot where he saw his sister take off before leaving to go take his place as guardian of this Earth on the moon.

Yusei was just done listening to Goodwin explaining the Signers when a mighty, familiar roar cried out through the air.

Goodwin and Yusei looked towards the Satellite where the Crimson Dragon ascended from the ground. As its tail passed through the clouds, it left a mark that faded. It was the shape of the sun with a crescent moon in the center.

"Another Signer? Goodwin, is there another?" Yusei asked looking at the director.

"I do not know, Yusei. I haven't heard or read about that mark. If you find this person, I'm sure your mark will ignite and glow like with the others. Find this person, help them, and make them understand," Goodwin responded. "Be quick about it as well. We do not know what will happen if this person was to fall in the wrong hands."

A helicopter appeared with Yusei's runner in its cargo bay. Yusei hopped in seeing no other choice. Plus, he was curious about this other Signer.

'What other Signer could there be that even Goodwin doesn't know about?' he thought. The copter took off and Yusei sat down on a bench. He turned his head and looked out the windows. 'Whoever this person is, I have to find them,' Yusei thought.

The girl, who was about seventeen, began to stir on the ground. Her hands scrunched up and dirt clumped together under them. Her eyes popped open and she bolted up. She saw she was lying on a debris filled ground. It had crumpled pavement, garbage, and other items.

'I've seen this type of ground before,' she thought.

She looked around. There were dirty piles of garbage and crates everywhere. She looked at her clothes to make sure they weren't too dirty.

Her clothes were different than before. They were still a bit boyish, just as she liked it. She had black pants on with white tennis shoes. She had a white and red shirt with a dark blue jacket over that. She also had a white belt with a pocket that held a deck of cards.

Her arm burned a bit so she pulled up her sleeve and saw the mark. 'This mark looks like the ones from that Yu Gi Oh 5Ds show. But it's different and how did I get it?' the girl thought. She looked around again and was relieved to feel her hair was in a ponytail. 'I know what this place is, or is like, now. It looks like the Satellite. But how? I probably got moved here somehow and it just looks like it. The only way to say this was the Signers' World is if Yusei Fudo, Crow Hogan, or any of them come up to me. But like that's going to happen. They're fictional characters. Let's look at this deck in my pocket.' She pulled out her deck and looked at it. It was full of duel monsters cards. But she barely recognized any of them. 'Do I need to know how to play duel monsters? How can I? I don't even think I've ever played duel monsters before,' she thought.

She heard the sound of a helicopter and looked towards the sound's location. A helicopter, but it was more like a plane-helicopter mix, was flying over the beach. It looked like the one she knew from the show. The hatch opened and a motorcycle, but it looked like a familiar duel runner from Yu Gi Oh 5Ds, fell out.

It was red with a half arch over the top. The driver who was on it had black jeans with orange knee pad like buttons, brown boots and gloves, a black shirt with a red design, and a dark blue jacket with orange pad like buttons on the shoulders and elbows similar to the knees. She couldn't see most of his face because of his red helmet and dark visor.

'That's the duel runner Yusei uses! Probably a look alike. It has to be,' she thought. 'I don't know what's going on, but before I search for people to find answers I'll search a bit myself. See if I can find any answers that way.'

So she walked in the opposite direction, looking at every detail. 'This seems too much like Yu Gi Oh 5Ds. But it seems too real to be so,' she thought and kept walking.

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