A Warrior and a Thief Ch2Chapter Two: Approval
Yo! came an accented voice from Rikkus right.
She looked away from Tidus to see a rather odd group of people heading towards her. She barely had a chance to get a good look at all of them, but she did notice that Yuna and Lulu were in the bunch, something that didnt surprise since she had just tried to kidnap one of them. Before she could speak, the big guy who had first addressed them was now only a few feet away and speaking again, this time directly to Tidus.
Friend o yours? the nearly half-naked man asked.
Tidus scratched his head, a maneuver that Rikku had seen more than once in the short time shed known him. Uh, eh, you could say that, he replied.
She smiled and put up her hand in a friendly wave, determined to get a word in. Please to meet ya! Im Rikku.
Yuna, Lulu, Tidus began, I told you about her, remember? She was the one who helped me before
A Warrior and a ThiefChapter One: Afar
(The Moonflow Deleted Scene)
Auron looked past the Shoopuff and down the trail the group had yet to venture down. Shifting his weight uneasily, he found little solace in the gentle breeze that washed over his face and hair. He knew which town they were headed to next, and the thought of coming anywhere near Guadosalam made his stomach tighten, let alone actually stepping into the villages parameters. Unfortunately he had no choice, Guadosalam was the quickest way to the Thunder Plains, and time was definitely something that was running short.
Despite that fact, he made no move to hurry the group along.
His thoughts were disrupted when a streak of odd clothing and blonde hair sailed by his left side. Aurons eyebrow arched slightly as he watched Tidus jog down the path leading to Guadosalam. The rest of the group was still taking a brief rest near the Shoopuff, the young guardian had no reason to be wandering off.
The warrior shifted his weight
Little Help From a Pirate Ch4Chapter Four:
Elizabeth leaned her elbows on the stern of the boat, staring down at her hands. She was all alone on the ship at the moment, and rather liked it that way. According to Jack, the crew had checked their rum supply and had found it too depleted to their tastes, so they all dashed off to buy enough for the trip.
Lousy drunkards, she muttered to herself.
She was enjoying the peace, but at the same time she detested being alone with herself. Whenever she had a spare moment to think, she always went back to Wills return in her mind, reliving every horrid moment. The look in her husbands eye, the fear in her sons expression. This wasnt how it was supposed to be. Will was supposed to come home, perfectly normal, and she was supposed to finally have the complete family she had dreamed of.
She sure as hell wasnt supposed to go bouncing around the ocean with a crew of plastered pirates and their insane leader, looking for an explanation as t
Little Help From a Pirate Ch3Chapter Three: The Captains Quarters
Elizabeth stood on the dock with her small suitcase, tapping her toe impatiently. It was well past dawn and there was no sign of Jack, though she didnt know why she was so surprised that he had flaked out. If there was ever a soul that was undependable, it was-
She felt two hands reach up from behind her and cover her eyes. Someones mouth grazed her ear and their warm breath sent goose bumps over the flesh of her neck. Her breath caught in her chest as the person spoke.
Take a guess, little miss Turner.
She set her jaw. Youre late, Jack.
He held up his hands in a truce in front of her and took a step back. I remember the days when you were fun.
She turned and looked him directly in the eye. Id like to say I remember the days when you were dependable but there never were any.
Well somebody woke up with their claws out, he said, flashing a smile.
Show me th
Little Help From a Pirate Ch2Chapter Two: And a Bottle of Rum
Elizabeth stood at the front of the ship, staring blankly out over the sparkling water. The day of Wills return had come and gone and now, three days later, she was setting forth on the only plan she could come up with to try and get Will back. The problem was that the only plan she was left with was a true shot in the dark, and she didnt like relying on something uncertain when it came to getting Will back to normal.
Then again, she didnt like relying on Jack Sparrow for anything.
Shed tried to think of another solution, but all she came up with was Jack. If there was anyone who knew how to get out of a predicament, it was the former captain of the Black Pearl. As much as she didnt want to admit it, she needed him.
Snapping out of her trance, she saw that the ship was about to dock. As she looked around the harbor she realized something she shouldve figured out a long time ago: Tortuga was Jack Sparrow in town