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By Renate



I do not own the awesome that is Hunter x Hunter, nor do I own the cover image.


Razor released his supercharged dodgeball right at Killua.

He knew he couldn't catch it. He knew he wasn't strong enough for that.

So he settled on dodging it, and quickly darted left.

But then it turned and continued flying right at him.

This time, he didn't have the few precious seconds necesarry to get out of the way.

The ball slammed right into his stomach. He could practically feel his organs rupturing and bleeding as Gon shouted his name.

Suddenly Killua was a against a wall. The ball lying on the floor in front of him had actually kept going after it had slammed into him. Causing him to create a large dent in the wall.

He could distantly hear Gon running towards him and screaming his name.

There was some feeling of shock. A great shock that he had actually been hit. That he was actually lying on the ground, injured and bleeding.

Then Gon was right above him. His face hovering in Killua's line of sight.

"Killua? Hey, Killua?" Gon tried to get his attention.

I'm listening. Stop saying my name. Killua thought, slightly annoyed with his friend.

Killua could feel the blood spilling out of him. He now realized that the idea of the game taking place in the real world wasn't so far fetched after all. There was no way a programmer would have thought to code such a realistic feeling of what it's like to bleed out.

"Killua? Are you okay?" Gon asked. He seemed remarkably calm.

Do you think I'm okay? Do I look okay?

Killua could hear the other members of the 'team' trying to bandage him, or stop the bleeding outside his body.

He knew they wouldn't be able to save him. He was sure of that.

"Killua? What aren't you responding?" Gon asked. Oh Gon, poor unobservant Gon.

"Stop Gon." Bisky told Gon.

"K-Killua?" Gon's voice sounded squeaky.

"It's not going to work." Bisky told him.

"Yes it is! Killua's going to be fine! He has to be fine!" Gon sounded horrible. He sounded like he was breaking down.

"I'm really sorry Gon." Bisky whispered. Killua heard Bisky place a hand on Gon's shoulder in a pathetic attempt to comfort him.

"Killua! Why aren't you responding." Killua felt water fall onto his face.

I would if I could.

There was silence. It was likely that Gon had just now figured it out.

"Razor." Gon whispered viciously.

"Razor." He repeated.

"RAZOR!" Gon shouted at the top of his lungs, letting out a bellow that Killua was fairly certain had shifted the ground.

I'm sorry Gon.

I really wanted to meet your dad.

I really enjoyed being your friend.

The first one I ever had, you know that?

Of course you do.

I'll miss you though.

Damn, some professional assassin I am.

Still, you were probably the best friend I could've asked for.


I'll miss you.


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