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RotG, It Takes Time, Chapter 3. Taking a Fall.Okay, this one is set... well, a couple of weeks after the last ones I guess, and does have a bit of angst and not good...ness in it.
More about Jack's history, and some buddy bonding...
Hope you enjoy!
Jack was too busy making it snow to notice the fall spirits, a small gang of spirits who made it their mission in life to make him miserable due to his constantly making it snow and making fall end-even if it was strictly necessary- and so was unprepared for when they jumped him as he landed in the woods near the pond. He managed to fight a couple of them off, but, in true fall style, when they began, they got worse and worse. Plus there were eleven of them against one of him. How was that fair?
Therefore when, a few minutes later, he got himself thrown into the pond, and barely managed to scramble back out, he was thrown straight into a rock face.
He wasn't sure what it was, but something broke..
RotG, It Takes Time. Chapter 2,Sparring.A Series of related one-shots, 1000-6000 words, based after the movie. With threats from Pitch, prank wars, special occasions, different spirits and a lot of discoveries about Jack and how he spent the last 300 years... (A Ninja? Really?) How are the Guardians adjusting to being a group of 5? No set pairings. Rated T for possibility of language and violence. Variety of genres.
"Okay, so, let me get this straight..." Bunny said, North, Sandy and Tooth having left to do their jobs, leaving him and Jack to continue their conversation.
"Let me get this straight... You were bored, so decided to fly across a load of mountains. Found a monastery where they were teaching martial arts and what-not, and used it as your little base for a century as you learnt all of these fighting styles?"
"Wow... Well, that's one way to stop yourself getting bored I guess... And there was me thinking I would
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