Passing On:Moonlight Naga Ch 3Axel had returned that day with bread and fruit for breakfast, and had cooked stew for dinner that night. Hed told Xion hed consider taking her on, though later confessed to Roxas he wasnt sure if he was really mentor material, though it looked like hed have Roxas to practice the whole mentorship thing on.
Roxas thought Axel would do fine at it. He was patient when instructing Roxas, though the boy was already well versed in most of the tasks Axel gave him. Really, it wasnt so different from being at home. Axel didnt treat him like a slave or a servant, but like a friend, like family.
The next day was much like the first, but Roxas was starting to feel more familiar with his surroundings. Axel lived in a loft above the east side of stables, beneath the loft was a tact room where supplies were kept, and beside this was a kitchen area. Across the way there a line of stalls for the chocobo, above which was hay stored to feed the cores and provide nestin
Passing On:Moonlight Naga Ch 2Things had worked out, and it never failed to amaze Roxas that they had. He was human, and to a naga, that was food. More than that, to this village, humans were enemies. Yet, Axel was his best friend, and more than that.
They had come together after theyd both lost everything. Axel had lost Zack, the closest thing to family he had ever known, and Roxas had lost his family, along with his home. Maybe it was because Roxas needed Axel so much, helpless as he was when the naga had saved him.
Hed come to the naga village with only the clothes on his back, which were nothing but sleep clothes. Axel had given him clothes, food, and place to sleep at night. More than that, hed given him the promise of safety after so much fear, and a place to belong when it seemed there was no place left for him.
Maybe it was because Roxas needed Axel. That Axel discovered that he needed Roxas to. Needed someone to look after, someone to befriend and comfort, needed someone to help him make
Moonlight Naga Chapter 5Sora stood on the road, staring down the dusky trail long after the chocobo drawn wagon had disappeared, taking Cloud with it. He couldnt help feeling like hed been abandoned, even if Cloud had explained it was for his own good. There was a chance the naga would come after him, so it was better he was someplace they wouldnt look for him. In the meantime, the village would be on high alert for possible attack.
The boy understood the why it was good idea, but he couldnt help feeling like this was punishment. If he hadnt been so stupid, hadnt trusted Riku, and gone out there for all these years, then none of this would have happened. Cloud wouldnt have nearly gotten killed trying to save him, and he wouldnt have had to go away.
So he was sent here, to Zama, a town in the foothills of Mt Zama. Hed said his goodbyes to everyone, to Aerith and to Cloud had come to drop him off, and hed clung to them as long as possible. He was sixte
Passing On: Moonlight NagaWarning: This is a prequel to my Sora/Riku fic "Moon Light Naga" You don't have to read that to read this, but you can if you want.
He awoke to the sound of an explosion which shook the house around him. Wide eyed, he sat bolt upright. An alarm bell was beginning to sound as he scrambled out of bed. At eleven years old, he was old enough to know he shouldnt panic, but young enough to be terrified. He knew what the bells meant; their village was under attack. The boy headed for the door, but it opened before he reached it.
Roxas, It was his mother, holding a lantern. Come on, we have to get out of here. She motioned him forward urgently.
He moved toward her, Mom, whats happening, wheres Dad?
No time, follow me. She turned and headed down the stairs, moving silently but swiftly.
There was another explosion, and once more the house shook violently. Roxas stumbled, falling forward and down a few steps, but he managed to catc
Moonlight Naga Chapter 4Sephiroth was able to slither, but leaned heavily on Riku for support. He was losing blood, and nearly dead on his coils from pain and exhaustion. The trek was mostly uphill, and the going was slow, but Riku urged Sephiroth on.
Come on, he panted heavily almost there. Riku was much smaller than his mentor, but he managed to support his weight.
Sephiroth made no response, but for his part acted as though he needed no encouragement, and continued onward. Both knew time was of the essence, and that they must reach the village as soon as they could.
The suns light had just begun to paint the world in twilight when they reached the outskirts of the village. The first building to come into sight was the stables. All of the livestock for the village were kept in that barn. There were cows for milking, and chocobo for eggs, and to pull the plows over the crop fields. The nagas were in fact a community of hunters and farmers, working together for everyones li