My UnDead Heart Ch:1 The LocketA brown haired teenaged boy sat in his room on his bed, he had just moved in that day and still hadn't unpacked. He looked down at his sketch book as he drew, he had a cute baby face covered in freckles, and his name, was Hiccup.
His mother was killed by... something... 4 years ago, what killed her, no one could ever figure out, there were bite marks on her neck, Hiccup knew what killed her, but no one believed him. After that, things went down hill in his life. He felt so alone without her, his father packed up all her photos, and made sure anything of hers was packed away, accept the dragon locket she gave to Hiccup for his birthday, inside it he kept her picture so he'd never forget her kind and gentle smile.
He expressed himself through art, mostly pain and agony which he kept locked up deep inside.
Some days he couldn't feel anything.
Others he felt it to much to the point he couldn't sleep or eat, his father didn't notice, he never noticed, he was too thick skulled to notice. He
The Differences of Good and Evil: Chapter SevenJack slumped over on his knees, hands gripping his head, letting his captive go immediately.
" Let my friend go, demonic fiend!"
Jack felt another hit to his shoulder. He opens his eyes in squint, catching glimpses of blonde hair and rosey angel robes.
She wields a gold frying-pan as her weapon, swinging it about wildly, cheeks flushed in exertion. As Jack releases his angel, Rapunzel stops smacking him. She grabs Hiccup up by his shoulder. He's gasping like a beached fish, eyes wide and bloodshot, chest heaving for big gulps of air. She swoons over him like a devoted mother, pulling him far away from his demon companion. Jack's head swims as he tries to make sense of what's happening.
" Hiccup? Hiccup?! Are you okay?! Did he hurt you?!"
In between his large intakes of air, Hiccup can only say one thing; Jack.
The demon struggles to sit up, nursing his newly found head wound. Abandoning her friend briefly, Rapunzel rushes over to the demon.
" What'd you do to him?! Why can't
The Differences of Good and Evil: Chapter ThirteenMerida paced back and forth.
It had been two days since Jack had left.
He'd promised he'd be back in the morning, the night that he'd left, and he'd confided in her that he was bringing someone back with him. For months she'd watched him mope around, sleeping the better part of the day and deep in thought the rest. When he left, he'd had the familiar mischevious smile plastered on his face and he'd looked surprisingly happy.
But now he'd been gone far too long, and Merida was afraid he might never come back. He'd been so vague about his plans, she had no way of knowing what he was doing- she only knew where he said he was going; Heaven.
She knew if he was caught there she certainly would never see him again- oh, how she wished she had gone with him!
" Jack's my best friend, my...only..friend. I shouldn't have let him go alone." She collapsed on the cold, stone ground. The cave they shared felt so empty now- aside from the screams she could hear outside, inside there was no mischevious
The Differences of Good and Evil: Chapter Ten....
" So, your name's Rapunzel?"
" Yep!" Rapunzel said cheerily, walking beside Hiccup, " We've been best friends for...i think about seven years now."
" Seven years?....How old am i, again?"
" Fourteen." Rapunzel said gently. She was trying to fill Hiccup in on what they'd forgotten. Jack walked ahead of them, having assumed the role as unoffical leader and carting around a large stick to 'make him seem threatening'.
" Hey! Jack?" Hiccup called, speeding up to come to the demon's side.
" Hm? Something wrong, babe?" He asked softly, giving the angel a small kiss. Hiccup giggled.
" No, but, what are we doing here, anyways?"
" Doing here? Well, first off, gotta get you two home, don't we Blondie?" Jack said, turning to look at Rapunzel over his shoulder. She crossed her arms at the nickname but nodded anyway.
" - And as well, there's a bad, bad man on the loose." Jack said, making a growling noise that made Hiccup squeal and shrink away.
" But i won't let him get you. You stay with me,
The Differences of Good and Evil: Chapter Twelve" Hiccup?"
" There's...there's one more thing i want to do." Jack held the angel in his arms still, having refused to let go, and now they gazed at each other again. Hiccup tilted his head slightly, silently asking the demon to continue.
" Will you follow me?"
The angel looked down for a second, then met his eyes again and nodded. Jack stood up and then helped Hiccup to his feet, not ever letting go of his love's hand.
" Stay close to me. We don't know what could be out there."
Under the cover of trees no starlight could reach them, so they couldn't see. Jack felt the way forward with the stick he'd carried around earlier, making sure there were no holes or tree roots in their path. Every once in a while he could feel his angel brush up against him, and it would remind the demon why they were coming out here.
Eventually the two of them came to a high cliffside. It was free of trees, so there was light, and they could hear the ocean throwing itself upon the rocks. Here Jack told
The Differences of Good and Evil: Chapter NineFor a moment Jack and Rapunzel just stared at him. Hiccup soon became uncomfortable, squirming and on finding the demon wasn't letting him go, thrashing.
" Who are you? Who are both of you? Why are you holding me?!"
Jack resolved to release him, and Hiccup backed away a good distance, eyeing him warily.
"...Who are we?....It's me, Jack!"
" Jack?....Well, Jack, if you would be so kind, as to tell me why you were holding me? Who are you to me?"
" He really doesn't remember?" Rapunzel questioned, brushing a stray piece of hair from her face. Jack struggled to find a good answer. If he said he was the angel's kidnapper and a demon, he figured he'd only scare Hiccup away.
Then he got an idea...
" To you?..Well...well....i'm..I'm your boyfriend!"
For a moment there was just silence. Hiccup stared at the demon, first in schock, then he just looked embarrassed. The angel was blushing heavily, but he gave a small smile.
" So..so come here! " Jack said, slightly relieved at how well the lie was
The Differences of Good and Evil: Chapter ThreeThe two creatures decided that the only way to find out where they were would be to find someone and ask them. As they stood up, they found the world around them was nothing like the world they had left. In one direction was a seemingly endless sea, with large, black rocks protruding out of the choppy waves. The sand beneath them was a dull grey.
" Maybe there's a volcano nearby? This looks like ashes."
" Mm. Maybe you'll fall in it." The angel grumbled, looking over a vast forest to their right.
" What's your problem?"
" My problem? What's YOUR problem? I was sleeping quite soundly till you ASSUALTED me."
" Maybe if you weren't so disgustingly sweet I wouldn't have to assault you!"
" Maybe if you weren't so horrifically evil I wouldn't have to be mean to you!"
" OH LOOK I'M HICCUP I'M AN ANGEL AND I TELL PEOPLE TO FALL IN VOLCANOES WITH MY ONE WING. IS THAT YOUR PROBLEM, CLOUDS-FOR-BRAINS? YOU SAD BECAUSE YOU'RE NOT AS GOOD AS EVERYONE ELSE?!"
Hiccup turned back to his companion, eyes
The Differences of Good and Evil: Chapter FourThe forest turned out to be much larger than the two boys had originally thought.
" Yeah- we're definatly in Limbo. I could swear we're walking in circles."
" Yeah no kidding- and it's so BORING. Everything looks the same here; GREY." Jack grumbled, kicking away a small pebble. Hiccup giggled,
" You're so eager to complain- OH! Ow." He yelped, tripping over a tree-root he could've sworn moved by itself. Jack snickered, offering out his arm for the angel to take.
The two of them walked in silence for a few minutes.
" Hey- Feathers, wait up."
" Hmm?" Hiccup asked, turning back to look at Jack.
" Can we....can we stop for the night? Make camp?"
" Stop for the night? We just got started?"
" I....i need to talk to you....'bout something important."
" I'll gladly accept your apology- but we can keep moving while you say it. Come on-"
" No! I mean, it's IMPORTANT!"
Hiccup began pouting, " I want to go HOME. Much more important!"
" No," the angel whined, turn