The Third Mirror
“Ok bye!” Kagome jumps down the well, saying good bye to her mother, grandfather and little brother Sota, as she always did before crossing through time to the Feudal Age of Japan. It was a staggering jump, but with experience and the use of much personal discipline had accustomed her and remained unfazed as she softly drifted to the bottom of the well, safely landing 500 years in the past.
Looking up the top of the well now filled with sunlight and creeping ivy and vines was twenty feet above her. Again with her experience as her aid she climbed out with little trouble, Inuyasha will greet me, I bet he’ll complain why I took so long to return first thing, he always does that. She thought, as she took a firm hold of the vines and climbed her way to the surface.
It took more than half a day for her to convince him to let her return home for her exams. As usual he complained and resisted until giving in once she got mad. She was gone only four days, not a month or a year, but patience was not one of Inuyasha’s stronger virtues. He was a half-demon with a heart, this she knew despite the...