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Fan fiction by 11BrokenAngel posted over a year ago
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Chapter Forty-one_
"Normalcy" :

"I think we should go with a grayish blue," said Sakura as she looked at the paint samples she taped up on the kitchen wall.
"I don't know why you're still trying to make up your mind," said Sasuke, glaring over the rim of his coffee mug.
"Oh!" said Sakura. "Have you made a decision?"
"Yeah," said Sasuke, "we're not painting."
Sakura just rolled her eyes before turning back to the wall. "A pale yellow wouldn't look bad either, you know. Well, no, scratch that, yellow would clash with the countertops."
Sakura started plucking off all the yellow swatches on the wall as Sasuke groaned.
"You do realize that's the fifth time you've taken those down, right?"
Sakura let out an exasperated sigh before plopping down in the chair across from Sasuke. "You're no help at all! Actually, if anything, you're making this harder."
"I wonder why," said Sasuke through gritted teeth. "Oh, that's right, because I don't want you to paint my kitchen."
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Fan fiction by 11BrokenAngel posted over a year ago
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Chapter Thirty_
"Nerve" :

"Alright, you have your assignments," said Sakura as she wiped down the dry erase board.
Turning back to the class with a wide grin, she grabbed her large bag of chocolates from behind her desk.
"I know its tradition to only give to guys, but, well, think of it as more of a congratulations. You've all done so well, I couldn't be prouder. Happy Valentine's Day."
Her students started gathering there things before coming up to get the small box of chocolate she'd gotten for each of them with a smile and a bashful thanks. She had debated on it for a while, but she really was proud of them and felt they deserved something. Plus, she was making her final cuts at the end of the month. They were going to be ecstatic to find there weren't actually going to be anymore. They'd really exceeded her expectations.
Giving the classroom one more look to make sure nothing had been left out, Sakura flicked off the light and headed into the cool night. As she headed towards Sasuke's office, her mind kept wandering to the bag in her hands.
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Fan fiction by 11BrokenAngel posted over a year ago
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Chapter Twenty-One_
"Moths and Morons"

Sasuke turned towards her, the snow beneath his feet making a crunch.
"Sakura," he said again, his hand finding hers—removing her hold on him. "I," he paused, his eyes fixated on the small hand now in his. His throat suddenly felt tight as he wrapped his fingers around her hand.
A wry laugh escaped his lips.
"It's getting cold and the snow's picking up. We should go inside."
"You're not going to tell me what's bothering you," said Sakura, a statement of fact—not a question or a plea because she knew him, he realized, she knows him.
"Come on," he said with a slight tug on her arm before he let it go and stuffed his hands in his pockets.
This wasn't her home, Oto wasn't her village. She was a Konoha kunoichi. She had a life there, friends, and family. His life was here in Oto. He was stupid to hope for even a second that things could be different.
He was stupid and foolish, he concluded as he walked up the porch steps and into the house.
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Fan fiction by 11BrokenAngel posted over a year ago
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Chapter Fifteen_
"Sensei" :

Sakura was still distracted from her conversation, or rather, argument with Sasuke this morning. Sitting at her desk in the training center, she didn't even notice when one of the 'patients' started spewing blood everywhere.
Of course it wasn't as if it was a real person, just a dummy body used for different types of training. Still, she should've noticed the faux blood now covering one corner of the room.
"Um, Sakura-sensei," called Etsuko, "there's been a problem."
Sakura looked up, surprised at the soft voice. Etsuko was one of her top students. She was shy and tended to keep to herself, but she was a smart girl who picked things up rather quickly.
Blinking at the scene before her, Sakura immediately shot to her feet.
"What the hell!" she said, walking over to disengage the jutsu giving 'life' to the dummy bodies.
Furious, she turned to look at Kenji. Not the most experienced of her students, but somehow he'd made it through her first cut and was doing rather well. Keyword: was. Still, he had a lot of determination and the drive necessary to become a great medic-nin if he ever got the discipline...
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Fan fiction by 11BrokenAngel posted over a year ago
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Chapter Ten_
"Otokagure" :

Sakura was lying on her bed, the morning sun pouring in as she debated on getting up or just sleeping the day away. After all, it was her first day off and the next one wouldn't be for an entire month.
"Do I really want to waste it by sleeping all day?" she mumbled, rolling onto her side and letting her eyelids drop.
They flickered back open when she heard Sasuke's door close before he padded through the hallway—his footsteps disappearing on the stairs. Frowning, Sakura glanced at the clock on her nightstand. It was eight. That was odd. Sasuke was normally gone before she left in the mornings and that was at seven. Had he overslept?
Sakura remembered a few nights ago and the dark circles under Sasuke's eyes. Thinking about it, Sasuke didn't only leave before her, but he usually returned home after her as well.
And people call me a workaholic, thought Sakura as she tossed the covers aside. Slipping from her bed, she shed the shorts and T-shirt she was sleeping in before getting dressed.
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Fan fiction by 11BrokenAngel posted over a year ago
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Chapter Six
“Welcome”:

Freezing in shock along the dirt path into the village, Sakura couldn't help but gape.
She remembered the numerous underground bases she'd been through with Naruto when they'd been searching for Sasuke, but the sight before her was like nothing she could've imagined.
The village was set up in a valley, a snaking river cutting between it. The rolling grass hills acting as a natural barrier let Sakura get a good birds-eye view from where she stood. It was simply beautiful. The river winked back in the afternoon sunlight as the rice fields cascading down the opposite hill rippled with the wind. The village itself was a complex maze of buildings and roads embellished by the tress and plants native to Oto.
Wide-eyed, Sakura looked to see Sasuke staring back at her. Seeing him standing before Otokagure, before his village, Sakura felt an overwhelming sense of amazement. "Sasuke, you–"
"Come on," said Sasuke and Sakura was at his side as he turned to continue towards the village.
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Fan fiction by 11BrokenAngel posted over a year ago
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Chapter Four_
Redefine:


Sasuke stared at the dark path leaving the village and clucked his tongue.
She was late.
He would've expected it from Kakashi, but he never recalled a time when Sakura was tardy. Hell, if memory served she was annoyingly prompt. It was probably one of the only qualities he liked about her. Though if he really thought about it, he didn't know this stranger he was waiting on. All he had were outdated memories of a former life.
His eyes fell to the ground as he recalled Kakashi's earlier words: People aren't stagnant, Sasuke and seven years is a long time.
Sasuke scoffed. It was Sakura for crying out loud. How much could she have changed?
His head snapped up when he heard the sound of footsteps to see someone coming towards him. He knew immediately it was Sakura from the pink he could make out.
She was dressed in a burgundy tank top, Sasuke noticed, the darker hue of her favored color less attractive to unknown enemies. She had a pair of black capri's and heeled ninja sandals like her mentor. She looked older, he supposed, more mature. Though, he wasn't exactly expecting her to still look like a...
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Chapter Three_
Goodbye


Sakura zipped up her bag before looking at her room. It was weird how it looked the same as always. That was to be expected, though. She'd only packed a week worth of clothes. When it came down to it, she could wash them or buy more. She'd asked Tsunade to send some medical texts to her later on in the week—other than that, she had nothing else she wished to take with her.
She slung the bag over her shoulder and plucked a folded piece of paper off her desk. Staring at it with a disgruntled frown, she mumbled, "Maybe Ino-pig was right. I really don't have a life."
Sighing, she stuffed the single letter into her pocket and checked over her apartment one more time to make sure all the windows were locked and the lights were off. Stepping out, she locked up the front door and headed towards Ino's.
She didn't exactly know how she was going to tell her best friend about what was happening. She hadn't really been able to wrap her mind around it herself. For now, she just considered it another mission and ignored the fact that it involved Sasuke. Otherwise, she would probably march back into Tsunade's office and decline...
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Fan fiction by 11BrokenAngel posted over a year ago
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Chapter Two-
Sacrificial Lion


Tsunade couldn't peel her eyes from the clock in her office, nor could she stop the incessant thrumming of her fingers against her desk. The fact that she was annoying herself because of Uchiha Sasuke pissed her off more than words could express. Perhaps if she maimed an entire forest with her bare hands that would get the feeling across? Regardless, she found the entire meeting this afternoon had been something akin to amusing.
Tsunade didn't know Sasuke all too well. Besides the time she healed him, she never talked to the boy. That was about seven years ago, and aside from the report three years ago of Itachi's death—the substantial evidence pointing towards Sasuke being the cause—the last Uchiha had become something of a ghost. Team Seven had searched for him like a pack of starved hunting dogs the entire year following, but when they didn't find a single lead they gave up.
It nearly killed Naruto, but it was for the best. Sasuke was at least safe, and in control of his own body, wherever he was. They would never believe the possibility he had died in the fight with Itachi. It was time they get on with...
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Fan fiction by 11BrokenAngel posted over a year ago
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Chapter One:
Eventuality


"Sasuke, you bastard."
He knew the Hokage would do something like this. Whether she didn't believe his intentions or was simply in a sadistic mood, he wasn't sure. Either way, the sight of his former mentor unnerved him more then he believed it would.
"Kakashi," he said with the same acknowledging nod.
Perhaps, thought Sasuke as Kakashi smiled and led him towards the Hokage tower, I should just be thankful she didn't send Naruto.
He didn't let his eyes stray from the path before him. Nostalgia wasn't something at all pleasant for Sasuke. Instead, he focused on the matter at hand and hoped everything went smoothly during this meeting.
Sasuke was thankful for Kakashi's silence as they walked through the winding hallway up to Tsunade's office. He didn't miss the subtle glances his way and though it bothered him, Sasuke found he couldn't blame his former sensei—the last time he'd seen Kakashi was when he told him he was about to make the biggest mistake of his life.
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Guide by 11BrokenAngel posted over a year ago
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Matt Freeman is a fourteen year old boy who lives in Ipswich with his aunt, Gwenda Davis, who turns out to be an antagonist in Evil Star . He lives with her because his parents died in a car crash when he was eight years old. While living with his aunt, he breaks into a warehouse filled with electronic equipment with his friend, Kelvin Johnson. After they get caught, Matt is sent to Yorkshire on the L.E.A.F. (Liberty and Education Achieved through Fostering) Project, which involves sending troubled children into the countryside to get away from city temptations. Matt's foster parent is a woman named Jayne Deverill, who lives on a farm with a strange farmhand named Noah, who doesn't talk much.

When Matt goes down to the nearby village of Lesser Malling on an errand for Mrs. Deverill he receives a warning from a strange man. The man warns him to get away from Lesser Malling before it is too late. So Matt tries to escape, and while trying to find some money he goes into Mrs. Deverill's bedroom and finds a copy of the police report detailing his parents' deaths and his clairvoyant powers. Matt tries to escape Hive Hall by stealing the bike of Mrs. Deverill's missing...
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Review by 11BrokenAngel posted over a year ago
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Hunter × Hunter (ハンター×ハンター Hantā Hantā?), is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yoshihiro Togashi. The story focuses on a young boy named Gon, who discovers that his father, whom he was told was dead, is actually alive and well. He learns that his father, Ging, is a world-renowned Hunter: a licensed profession for those who specialize in fantastic pursuits such as locating rare or unidentified animal species, treasure hunting, surveying unexplored enclaves, or hunting down lawless individuals. Despite Ging having left his son with his relatives in order to pursue his own dreams, Gon departs upon a journey to follow in his father's footsteps, pass the rigorous Hunter Examination, and eventually find his father. Along the way, Gon meets various other kinds of Hunters and also encounters the paranormal. The original inspiration for the manga came from Togashi's own collecting hobby.

Hunter × Hunter began its manga serialization on March 3, 1998 in the Shueisha magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump. As of April 2012, 320 chapters have been published in 30 tankōbon (chapter collections) in Japan. However, the manga has frequently gone on hiatus...
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Guide by 11BrokenAngel posted over a year ago
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Vampires are mythological or folkloric beings who subsist by feeding on the life essence (generally in the form of blood) of living creatures, regardless of whether they are undead or a living person/being. Although vampiric entities have been recorded in many cultures, and may go back to "prehistoric times", the term vampire was not popularized until the early 18th century, after an influx of vampire superstition into Western Europe from areas where vampire legends were frequent, such as the Balkans and Eastern Europe, although local variants were also known by different names, such as vrykolakas in Greece and strigoi in Romania. This increased level of vampire superstition in Europe led to mass hysteria and in some cases resulted in corpses actually being staked and people being accused of vampirism.

While even folkloric vampires of the Balkans and Eastern Europe had a wide range of appearance ranging from nearly human to bloated rotting corpses, it was interpretation of the vampire by the Christian Church and the success of vampire literature, namely John Polidori's 1819 novella The Vampyre that established the archetype of charismatic and sophisticated vampire; it...
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