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Tale in Fairy Tail

By titania2514

Thriller / Adventure

quite a shock



Me, as a writer would never think of myself actually meeting the characters I created. Let me start from the beginning, I might be confusing you.

It was like any other day. Well as normal as I can think of in my large family. Thank goodness my best friend Talia invited me over her house so we could go over our stories. When I was walking to her house I noticed the sky was starting to turn green. It also started to smell like rain. I liked the smell but continued on. Finally I got there. I rang the doorbell and I heard her dog bark.

"Quiet!" she snapped at him as she opened the door for me. I smiled at her and she returned it. "Did you read the newest chapter?" I asked her as I stepped inside.

"Yeah, it was shocking." She answered. I nodded, "Did you notice the sky?" I asked her as we walked to the kitchen, "its starting to turn a bluish green."

She looked out the window, "Your right." "What if it's Anima?" I suggested. She shook her head, "Unlikely, Anima's only in Fairy Tail." She said. I shrugged, "Just a thought."

For a few hours we worked on our stories, editing them or adding ideas. At around five it was time for me to leave. I grabbed my stuff and headed for the door. I was standing on her porch, "Are you sure this isn't Anima?" I asked to reassure myself, "the clouds are starting to swirl and I haven't gotten the alert for a tornado."

She laughed and smacked me in the back, "If it is Anima I hope it takes us to Fairy Tail."

I nodded subconsciously pulling a piece of hair behind my ear. The wind was starting to pick up, fast. Suddenly the tornado siren rang out. We looked at each other. I cursed under my breath, but before I could get to my house of even back into her's, I was airborne.

Not by wings by being suspended by air. I looked down and saw the ground several hundred feet below me. I tried to scream but nothing came out of my mouth. I felt a hand on my arm as I tried to grasp for anything to hold on to. I looked to see who grabbed me and saw that it was Talia. I sighed with relief but then saw the amused look on her face from my panicing.

She reached over and slapped me. Hard enough to put me in a daze. The last thing I saw was a bright flash of light and Talia gasp, "I can't believe it."

I woke up to water being poured on my face. I sputtered but didn't choke. "wake up already." Talia said shaking me. I sat up abruptly. "where are we?" I asked her. "Take a look for yourself." She motioned behind her. I went past her but couldn't see anything clearly. I went to my nose to push up my glasses but they were missing.

I mentally slapped myself. "where are my glasses?" I asked Talia. She handed them to me and I thanked her. I put them on and made out a town.

It had two large buildings both really familiar. A train station with a familiar train and streets that looked oddly familiar. I turned to Talia, "this cant be…" I started before I heard the big boom from one of the larger buildings.

Talia was just smiling and cracking her knuckles, "it is." I gulped as Talia ran down the hill at lightning speed. I stared after her dust trail. "I am so screwed." I whispered running after her.

It took me a few minutes to follow Talia's path. My thoughts on the place around us was swirling in my head. It made me dizzy. But as I was standing outside one of the large buildings reality kicked in.

I, no not just I. Me and Talia were in Fairy Tail. I almost stopped breathing but a loud boom was heard inside. I pushed open the door and a chair wizzed by my head. Missed me by a foot. I dropped to the ground covering my head. I looked for the closest place too hide. I noticed the bar and slowly made my way over to it. I closed my eyes as something, more like someone crashed next to me.

"You bitch." I heard from my right. I opened one eye and saw a flash of silver. "I'll send you to hell." The person said. I felt a dark aura rise from my left. A familiar voice was laughing, "I always wanted too fight my own character." Talia laughed.

I gulped and actually looked at the person to my right. A tall women, long silver hair tied in a pony tail. Black pants, dark gray shirt, and steel toed boots. A familiar tear shaped pendent decorated her neck.

I froze, "Luna." I heard in the direction ofo the bar, "Please don't go overboard again."

My heart was almost beating out of my chest. "Earth shield." I whispered, just as an arcinal of magic attacks rang over my head.

Darkness covered my vision but the deafening blows of magic and fists wouldn't stop. I crawekd like a turtle in the direction of the bar. Soon as the noise goot farther away from me, the top of my shell collided with something hard.

I dared to look. It was the bar. I scurried around to the other side as fast as I could. Only when I knew the blows wouldn't hit me, did I relax. I peeked over the bar. Talia and Luna were going head to head, neither side letting down. "where's Master when you need him?" I mumbled.

"He's at a meeting." I suddenly heard next to me.

A girl, long light blue hair with white streaks, glasses, blue pendent, bracelet, and earrings. She was smiling at me. "The girl that challenged Luna has guts." She commented. I adjusted my glasses and followed her gaze to Talia. "Where's Erza?" I asked the girl, "she could stop this."

The girl laughed, 'She tried when Luna was beating up Retsu." I gulped and looked as they kept clashing. The only way to stop them was to actually pull them apart. I turned to the girl, "This will go on forever until both of them get tired, Master gets back, or we pull them apart and tie them to chairs." I suggested, "I think we go with choice number three."

The girl nodded, "It's now or never." I returned her nod. "on the count of three."

She counted and on the count of three we bolted for our friends. It took all my concentration and strength to hold Talia. I dragged her kicking and screaming to a chair at a nerby table. I tied her hands and legs to the chair.

"Jailen Carter," she warned, "let me go right noow or I swear I will hog tie you again and hand you from the nearest cliff." I backed up from her. The air around her grew dark. I gulped as as a string of curse words came from Luna behind me. the girl laughed.

I looked at her like she was crazy, "what are you laughing for?" I asked her. She motioned around her, "they did less damage than I thought." I sank to my knees feeling totally exhausted.

The rush I had felt a few minutes ago was gone. The girl leaned over me, a smile plastered on her face, "How about I fix you something to eat while your friend calms down?" she asked me motioning to Talia struggling to get free. I nodded yes quietly as she lead me to the bar.



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