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I Miss My Brother: Rago (beyblade)

By Aliocornia

Action / Adventure

Rago Is My Brother

Hey my name is Aliocornia and my beyblade is Rainbow Alicorn. I was named after my bey in fact that it was the 1st beyblade to been made. Plus it is a bey not made by the constellations, alicorn is a rainbow beyblade. I have black hair on the front it covers one of my eyes and blue and purplish eyes, I wear black boots white t-shirt with a rainbow horse. I wear white pants and out lined golden and a jacket the same thing. As my brother I have the same color of skin as Rago.

It has been one week since my brother Rago was defeated by Gingka I miss Rago so much. I wouldn't blame him for his act because I was supposed to be the black sun the god of destruction. That all changed when. Oops I wasn't supposed to talk about it. I was trying to think of Idea instead memories came.

When I was 10 years old, "clip clop, clip clop, clip clop" the sound of horse "Hey Rago, Dynais Is here!" I yelled out to Rago. Dynais was our guardian he looked like Dynamis only a lot taller and muscular but to me a father. "Hey how is my favorite child!” Said Dynais into a cheer. "I miss you so much." I hugged him while saying it.

Rago came smiled at him, he didn't really show much love for him but deep down in his heart. He loved him so much." I got a surprise for you two." Dynais pulled out two lovely roses one of them were a rainbow that shimmers even in the dark. The other one had different shades of blue that shimmers too, Rago really like that one. So then I got the rainbow one I thought it was better than Rago's.

He then grinned and jumped onto me and started to tackle. Dynais stood there laughing as I lost to him, “Hey! You cannot do that once I am not guarded!” I yelled to him. Rago then smirked, “You always too weak.” He then started to tickle me again.

Then I got an idea if I can get help from the legendary bladers. Wait a minute they will think I am crazy! I do know one legendary blader that used to be Rago's friend. "C'mon Scarlet we need to go." I yelled for my horse Scarlet. She is a Female black Arabian she has rainbow streaks in her mane she is very rare to find.

So the journey starts.


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