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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 7: C)
With a heavy heart and tears in her eyes, Corrin reached for the sun ring around her finger, and slipped it off.  Turning to Ryoma, she tossed it to him.  He looked to her in shock.
“Corrin, are you betraying us?  Are you siding with your kidnappers?”
Before she could respond, Xander spoke into her place.
“Have you forgotten how you Hoshidans kidnapped her on the border, on a reconnaissance mission to defend Nohr?  You kidnapped my sister and I will not tolerate such an act of aggression.”
Corrin looked towards Ryoma with an apologetic gaze, and stepped away from him.  She didn’t want to leave him, but she needed answers.  She needed to find out what really happened before she could figure out what to do.  She needed both sides of the story.
Ryoma’s face contorted in rage, at the thought of Corrin leaving them.  His grip on his Raijinto tightened.  Xander noticed this and moved in front of Corrin, shieldin
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 7: B)
With a heavy heart and tears in her eyes, Corrin reached for the moon necklace around her neck, and slipped it off.  Tossing it to Xander, she backed away, towards her Hoshidan family.  Xander was shocked.
“Corrin, what does this mean?  You are siding with your kidnappers?”
She shook her head.
“Xander, if I sided with Nohr, I would be siding with my kidnappers.  I remember what happened, the day that I was taken to Nohr.  I remember the day that my father, my real father, was murdered.  I saw him die right in front of me.”
Xander didn’t know what to say to her.  She knew that he was not truly her brother.  Before he could respond, she continued.
“I just realized something.  You and Camilla were there that day.  I spoke with you while I waited for my father to come and get me.  You two knew who I was.  WHY DIDN’T YOU TELL ME WHO I WAS?”
Tears were streaming down her eyes.  Sh
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 6)
By that afternoon, all the Hoshidan Royals were at the border, ready to help the troops defend the borders.  Ryoma wanted her near the front lines, but she didn’t want to fight the people that she grew up with.  Why did he not seem to understand that?
The battle had not yet begun, but Xander and Ryoma were about to attack each other.  Readying their swords, they prepared to battle, but then Xander noticed Corrin standing not too far away.
“Corrin!  Thank goodness.  You’re alive.  We’ve been worried about you.”
“Xander, what’s going on?  Why are you invading Hoshido?”
He ignored that, looking back to Ryoma.
“Nohr has had enough of you sending scouts over our border, attacking our people.  When you kidnapped our sister, our rage could not be tempered.  Now we will have our way.  Allow Corrin to come back, or we will force you to let her come back.”
“You were the ones who ki
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 5)
About a week later, Corrin had been spending time with her Hoshidan family, but she was feeling guiltier than before.  Ryoma had offered to train her, but he reminded her of Xander.  Hinoka took her for a pegasus ride, and that reminded her of wyvern rides with Camilla.  With reminders of her Nohrian siblings around her, it was hard for her to feel comfortable.  It was a bit easier to get along with Sakura, since she wasn’t as outgoing as Elise, but Takumi refused to be around her any more than necessary.
Mikoto was very kind, but Corrin didn’t know what to think of her.  She had never known a real mother.  Camilla was the closest thing that she could call a mother, but that was more of an overprotective sister relationship.  She had no idea where to start with her.  Mikoto had given Corrin a ring in the shape of the sun, a symbol of the royal family, but when she thought of the moon necklace given to her by the man that she called
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 4)
“What do you think they want with her?”
“No clue.  Maybe they’ll execute her.”
Corrin moaned, as the black faded out of her sight.  She tried to understand where she was.  Pushing herself off the ground, she looked around and saw that she was in some kind of cell.  When she realized that, she started to panic.  If she was in Hoshido, there was almost no way for her to get back to Castle Krakenburg.  She tried sensing a dragon vein, but there was none around.  Her sword had been taken, so she couldn’t fight her way out.
In a few minutes, the woman who tackled her before, Rinkah, opened her cell door.  Gazing at Corrin with a stern look in her eyes, she approached the young prisoner.
“All right, Nohrian, you are going to be judged by Queen Mikoto and Prince Ryoma.”
“You… Rinkah…  Why did you kidnap me?”
“You’ll see soon.  Now get up.”
She grabbed Cor
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 3)
That afternoon, Corrin was walking back to her room, hoping that Felicia hadn’t destroyed everything.  Opening her door, she found only Jakob there.
“Hello, Jakob.  Where did Felicia and Flora go?”
“They went to the kitchen to get lunch ready.  I’ve been able to get more unpacking done since then.”
Smiling, Corrin picked up a shirt and started to put it away.
“You don’t need to bother, Lady Corrin.  I can do this myself.”
“I want to do this, Jakob.  I need to get my mind off of things.”
“Oh?  Do you need to talk about it, Milady?”
“I’m Ok, Jakob.”
Suddenly, Elise burst in.  She looked as if she was worried about something.
“Corrin!  Father wants to see you quickly!  He says he has something for you to do.”
Corrin didn’t know what to think of that.  Was King Garon going to give her another chance to prove herself?
“Very
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 2)
After a full day’s ride, Corrin and the others arrived at Windmire, the capital of Nohr.  They didn’t encounter any trouble, but they were sure to have scouts around the area in case the Hoshidans tried anything.  
Corrin was relieved that nothing was out of the ordinary.  She focused on unpacking, but soon she heard a knock at the door.
“Lady Corrin?  May we help you unpack?”
“Of course, Felicia.  Come in.”
Her servants, Felicia, Jakob, and Flora, all came in and started to open her bags.  Felicia immediately tripped over her own two feet and had to be caught by Flora.
“Perhaps you should go, Lady Corrin.  Your father will be waiting for you.  We’ll finish up, if Felicia will stop tripping up.”
“Thank you, Flora.”
Soon, Corrin was walking down the halls of the castle.  She was nervous about what her father would say.  She hoped that he would recognize that she was an adu
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 1)
Corrin was troubled.  Her whole life had been her shut up in the Northern Fortress.  She had her siblings and her servants, but something was missing in her life.  Her father, King Garon, visited her as often as possible, but she was still rather isolated.  Her father always said that it was because Hoshido and Nohr were in an uneasy peace.  There was, technically, no war, but ninjas and samurai were constantly trying to infiltrate the country.  This was worrying for the princess.
Her life wasn’t simply worrying about the state of the country that she was so isolated from, however.  Her brothers and sisters often visited.  Their visits were something that she always looked forward to.
“Corrin?  Are you up yet?  We need to train this morning before breakfast.”
“Yes, Xander.  I’m up.  I’ll be at the training ground as soon as I put on my armor.”
As she forced herself to leave her bed, Co
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3 princesses in peril! Fire Emblem RP
One day, you were walking through a forest, looking around for a bit to see if anything suspicious is happening. Altough you saw nothing suspecious, you heard something suspicious. You heard muffled whimpers coming from deeper into the forest. You walked towards the muffled whimpers only to reach a camp filled with bandits and ninjas. You hide behind a nearby bush to take a look. And to your surprise, you see three royal princesses at that camp. Lissa, Sakura and Elise were getting tied up by the bandits while the ninjas were keeping a look out.
This is your chance to be a hero! Or... are you going to just leave the princesses be?
Anything can happen here. 18+ or not. This is all your decision of what is going to happen.
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The Curse of the Castle Part 1
The Curse of the Castle
Part 1
Liz had gone on a trip to England for the summer with her family to celebrate her eighteenth birthday.  Her parents knew that she had wanted to go to England for years, although they didn’t know it was just because she liked the accent.  All she wanted to do was hit on boys, but her parents dragged her to all of the tourist spots.
When they went to an old castle, she saw it as her chance to sneak away for a bit and find some cute boys.
As her parents and older brother followed the tour group, she hung back with the excuse of tying her shoe, but as soon as the group turned the corner, she headed in the opposite direction.  “I saw a couple cuties in the group behind us, if I just backtrack, I should be able to find them.”  As she wandered the corridors, she came across a mirror, “Well better make sure I look my best,” she said as she examined herself.
She was a very attractive girl, who stood about 5’9”, with long b
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Yes, you CAN write Original Characters!
Update July 8, 2013: Added Fears 5-9.
Update July 9, 2013: Added Fears 10-12
With all of these guides regarding how not to write an OC, some of which even I've written, there's a lot of people complaining that they're too scared of messing up and being dubbed a Sue/Stu or people thinking their stories are terrible. Here's a post that ought to make you feel better about the writing proccess.
Yes, you CAN write Original Characters!

Below are a list of common complaints people have in the writing process that leads them to either never releasing their stories or feel too scared to work on them.
Fear #1: My story must be perfect before I release it!
Good News: No it doesn't! In fact, you can't reach perfect in the same way you can't reach infinite: you can still develop huge, HUGE numbers, but you'll never even get close to infinite. If you wait until it's perfect, it'll never be released: release it with its warts and all, and you can use your mistakes
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The Simple Character Creator Formula
This is a copy-paste (with some additions) from my Tumblr blog (http://spaztique.tumblr.com/), but it must be reposted.
Twilight of the Hakurei, the club-wide comic tennis/RP (http://walfasstationwagon.deviantart.com/gallery/41877816), is turning out just as I suspected: AMAZINGLY. However, one thing that really astounds me is how well the character system is working. If you're not familiar, it's simply this:
1. Pick the character's biggest strength that affects other people. Note the key phrase, "that affects other people." For example, "He's really good at cooking," is not a strength: that's just a regular skill that only applies to one area of life and doesn't really affect others. However, "He's a fast learner," or, "He pays attention to detail," or, "He's very generous," is a strength because it applies to more than just cooking, but any other skill and especially relationships.
2. Pick the character's biggest weakness that affects other people. Once ag
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There was a city that laid in ruins and sounds of battle could still be heard nearby. Dead clones and battle droids lined the streets along with pieces of buildings. Sora fell out of the sky and landed with a thud. Sora sat up and rubbed the back of his head.
He looked around and asked himself, "Where am I now?"
Then Sora heard something or someone coming so he hid behind a piece of fallen building. Sora watched as a teenage girl came running towards him with droids following her. Sora noticed that she had long brown hair and wore a black tank top shirt, white pants, and black shoes. She stopped to fight the droids off and Sora looked at her weapons. She had a sword in her right hand and a strange looking blade in her left hand.
Sora also noticed that the lower half of the girl's left arm was made of gold metal. She was clearly outnumbered but she continued to fight. One of the droid shot at her left hand knocking the blade out of her hand. Sora thought
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Zuko X Bender!Reader Prologue
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It was just a regular day at the water tribe, and today, Sokka, Katara, and I were going fishing. Sokka and Katara were like a brother and sister to me, their family took me in after my father was killed in the war. My mother died when I was born. But their family became my family. While I was thinking about other things, Sokka said,
"Watch and learn, Katara and (Name), this is how you catch a fish." While Sokka was 'catching a fish like a master', Katara and I tried to catch a fish, too. We both caught a fish by lifting the water around it, trapping it in a water bubble.
"Sokka, look we caught a fish!" I said, trying to get his attention. As we were bringing it over to him he poked it with his spear and bubble bursted, letting the fish get away and he got soaked.  
"Why everytime you two play with your magic water, I get splashed or soaked?!" Sokka yelled.
"It's not magic water, it's water bending! It's an-" Katara started but she wa cut off by Sokka saying,
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About a week later, Corrin had been spending time with her Hoshidan family, but she was feeling guiltier than before.  Ryoma had offered to train her, but he reminded her of Xander.  Hinoka took her for a pegasus ride, and that reminded her of wyvern rides with Camilla.  With reminders of her Nohrian siblings around her, it was hard for her to feel comfortable.  It was a bit easier to get along with Sakura, since she wasn’t as outgoing as Elise, but Takumi refused to be around her any more than necessary.

Mikoto was very kind, but Corrin didn’t know what to think of her.  She had never known a real mother.  Camilla was the closest thing that she could call a mother, but that was more of an overprotective sister relationship.  She had no idea where to start with her.  Mikoto had given Corrin a ring in the shape of the sun, a symbol of the royal family, but when she thought of the moon necklace given to her by the man that she called “Father”, she felt torn.

Soon, Mikoto asked Corrin to meet her in the throne room.  After a few wrong turns, she arrived.  Seeing Mikoto by the throne, she walked up to the base of the stairs.  Her mother saw her and smiled.  Coming down the steps, she greeted her daughter.

“Corrin.  Thank you for coming.”

“Is there something wrong… Mother?”

Corrin was still uncomfortable calling her “Mother”, but it made her happy to hear it.

“Oh no.  Nothing’s wrong.  I just wanted to talk with you this morning.”

“Very well.  What did you want to talk about?”

“Well, for starters, I wanted to ask you if you remembered anything about your early life here in Hoshido yet.”

When she heard that question, Corrin looked down in shame.  She felt some connection with Mikoto, Ryoma, and Hinoka, but, no matter how hard she tried, she couldn’t remember any life other than in Nohr.

“I’m sorry, Mother.  I haven’t been able to remember that life.  Could you perhaps tell me some stories about those days?”

Her Mother was pleasantly surprised at that request, and she happily obliged.

“Well, one time, you asked Ryoma to take you to the lake to play.  We wondered what you had in mind, but we soon found out when you two came home an hour later.  It turns out that you decided to climb a tree and jump into the water, but the branch broke and you broke your arm.  After it was healed, you went over and tried the stunt again.  This time, you landed in the water.”

She paused and laughed a bit before she finished the story.

“Hinoka was worried that you hurt yourself again, so she jumped in after you.  She was pretty sour after you dunked her when she reached you.”

Corrin laughed a bit at that memory as well.  It seemed like something that she would do.  If fact, when she tried to picture it, it seemed rather clear.

“Anyway, the other thing that I wanted to talk about is-”

She didn’t get any farther, because Ryoma, Hinoka, Takumi, and Sakura came in, along with a blue haired woman that Corrin had seen around Castle Shirasagi.

“Mother, Yukimura tells me that the preparations are complete.”

“Thank you for telling me, Ryoma.”

Mikoto turned back to Corrin to explain.

“I want the people to know that our lost princess has returned home.  There is going to be an announcement in the plaza, and I want to introduce you personally.”

Corrin was nervous when she heard that, but there didn’t seem to be any harm in doing that.  Her only concern was how her Nohrian family would react if they found out.

“I want you to come out to there soon.  Why don’t you change.  It’ll make you feel like you belong a bit more.”

Nodding, she went back to her room and pulled out a traditional Hoshidan kimono.  Before she slipped off her clothes, a knock came from her door.  It opened and the blue haired woman from before came in.  It was then that Corrin noticed an interesting necklace that she wore.

“Hello.  I thought that you might need some help with that, since you’re not used to the clothes here.”

Not knowing who exactly she was, Corrin decided to just outright ask.

“Thank you.  I’m sorry.  I’ve seen you around the castle, but I’ve never asked your name.”

The woman stared for a bit, then responded.

“My name is Azura.  I… used to be a princess of Nohr.”

“What?  How did you end up in Hoshido then?”

Her eyes grew distant.  It was as if she was remembering a bitter past, but then the sadness disappeared.

“I was kidnapped as a response to your abduction.  Queen Mikoto raised me as her own.”

That caused Corrin to stare at her for about half a minute.  Azura continued.

“Don’t worry about it.  I’ve never felt as if I was a prisoner here.  The royal family has always been kind to me.”

Feeling a bit guilty, Corrin allowed Azura to help her.  Soon they were on their way to the plaza.  Before they could leave the castle, Takumi stopped them.

“Just letting you know, I don’t trust you yet… sister.”

Azura seemed as shocked as Corrin was, with the way he spoke to her.

“Takumi, that’s a little too far.  She’s your sister.  Can’t you try to trust her?”

“Shut up, Azura.  You were born in Nohr.  She was raised there.  Why should you two be trustworthy?”

“…Excuse us, Takumi.”

As they pushed past him, Azura started to apologize.

“I’m sorry, Corrin.  Even though I’ve lived here for most of my life, he’s always hated me for my heritage.  I don’t understand why he has placed malice on you.”

Azura kept apologizing, but Corrin was only half listening.  She was wondering why there was so much hate in him, then she realized that relations between Nohr and Hoshido were rocky from the moment she was taken there.  Of course, he would feel this way towards Nohr.

“Don’t worry.  I understand.  I was raised in Nohr.  He seems to hate anyone who has any connection with Nohr.”

Walking through streets with vendors and shops, the two princesses made their way to the center of town, where Mikoto was waiting.  The ceremony was about to start.  Once they arrived, everything was ready.

“People of Hoshido, ever since King Sumeragi was murdered, we have been trying to bring his daughter home.  When she was kidnapped by Nohr, we sent scouts to find her.  Now their work has been rewarded.  Princess Corrin has returned home.”

The announcement was met with a rousing cheer.  The crowd was so excited, they didn’t notice a strange figure come around the area until he was right at the front of the crowd.  Summoning a sword wreathed in violet shadows, he brought it down on the ground, causing a massive explosion.  When Corrin saw this, she became stiff with fear.  Once the explosion started to fade, she noticed some shards of the sword coming right for her.  She tried to dodge, but one of them got lodged in her shoulder.  Crying out in pain, she crumpled on the ground.

“Corrin!  Hold on!”

“Corrin!”

She heard voices calling out to her.  She couldn’t tell who was calling, but she could see Ryoma attacking the figure.  As his sword reached, the man, the cloak split and he disappeared.  Not knowing where the man was, she started panicking.  

Soon, the roaring that she heard at the canyon came back.  Her eyesight tinted red again and the roaring grew even louder.  Before long, she just couldn’t take it anymore.  The pain and fear was too much.  She let out a scream, but the roaring mingled in.  Suddenly, she was encased in a pillar of magic.  Her hands morphed into claws and her skin felt as if it was covered in scales.  Before she knew it, she had transformed into a dragon.

Everyone was amazed that such a thing was even possible, but they were even more anxious about what she might do.  Once everyone had enough time to properly gawk at Corrin, they began to see a vague sign of several translucent warriors.  They drew their weapons and prepared to defend themselves.  The dragon Corrin was their main target, so they worked on defending her the most, but she just tore through them.  They stood no chance against her.  After the soldiers were gone, Corrin was still in her dragon form, and everyone was scared that she might turn on them too.  Before anything like that could happen, Azura started singing.  Her necklace started to glow, and a watery substance started to surround her.

“You are an ocean of waves”

As she vocalized, the water around her continued to grow.  Walking towards Corrin, Azura tried to calm her.  Ryoma tried to stop her from getting close, but the minute he touched the water, he was pushed back several feet.

“You are an ocean of waves,
Weaving a dream,
Like thoughts become a river stream”

Corrin started to back away from her a little, but Azura just smiled and kept singing.

“Yet may the tide ever change-Ah!”

The cry of pain came when Corrin brought a claw down on her.  The only thing that kept Takumi from rushing to them was Mikoto holding him back.  The dragon let out a roar, but then stopped when Azura finished her song and the water surrounded them both.

“Flowing like time,
To the path,
Yours to climb.”

The dragon started to glow a bit.  Soon it started to shift and change back into a human.  Corrin still had the shard in her shoulder and she was still in pain.  Falling on the ground, she started to black out.  Before that, however, she heard Mikoto calling out to both her and Azura.  Another voice, closer to her, was more clear, though.

“Stay calm, Corrin.  You’re going to be fine.  Hinoka, get the healers.”

Corrin couldn’t help but think that Ryoma’s telling her that seemed rather familiar, as if she had heard someone speak similarly in yet another painful time.




A young girl was sitting in a tree, waiting for her father to come and get her.  He was in Cheve to meet with a leader of another country.  After a while, she noticed two other children coming near.  One of them had curly blond hair, and the other had medium-length, light violet hair.  They were talking about something that was concerning to them, but the girl didn’t understand.

“I hope Father can convince him to help us.  I heard that Hoshido is very isolated.”

“I’m sure King Sumeragi will help.  Anyway, Father said to try and get along with his child if we see her.  I wonder what she’s like.”

The child leaned in a bit to get a closer look, but slipped off the branch.  The other two saw her fall and ran over.

“Are you alright?”

The one with the curly blond hair reached her first, with the one with the violet hair close behind.  The little girl noticed that she was probably the youngest of the three.

“Don’t worry.  It’s not the first time I’ve fallen out of a tree.”

The two older kids looked on her with suspicion as she got up.

“Why were you eavesdropping on us?”

The girl was confused.  At the age of four, she didn’t have a wide vocabulary.

“Does “eaves” mean “tree”?  If so, then I was leaning in to get a closer look at you, but I slipped and fell.  Also, I didn’t drop on you.”

The boy shook his head.

“Eavesdropping means that you were listening in on our conversation.  How long were you up there?”

“I’ve been up there for about ten minutes.  Daddy told me to go play, but without Ryoma and Hinoka here, it’s a bit boring.”

The older girl seemed shocked when she heard those names.

“Ryoma and Hinoka…  Aren’t those King Sumeragi’s children?”

“Yeah.  I’m Corrin.  I’m the third eldest child and second daughter of King Sumeragi of Hoshido.”

The other kids were surprised.  This child was daughter of King Sumeragi?

“My name is Xander.  I’m the crown prince of Nohr.  This is my sister, Camilla.”

“Nice to meet you, Xander and Camilla.  So, your daddy is talking with my daddy right now?”

Sharing a look between them, the Nohrian children nodded.

“Great!  If they become friends, that means we’ll see each other more often.  Right?”

“I... suppose it does.”

Corrin didn’t seem to sense his hesitation to speak.

“So, what’s Nohr like?”

“It’s…”

Camilla was a little nervous to tell her, but luckily, someone called out to the little Hoshidan princess.

“Corrin!  Let’s go.”

“Daddy!”

The conversation was immediately forgotten, as she rushed into the arms of her father.

“Is it time to go home?”

“Yes, Corrin.  It is.”

“Yay!”

Grabbing her father’s hand, they started to walk away from the Nohrian children.  Arriving at their entourage, they were about to go back to Hoshido, but before they could get moving, arrows were shot at them.  Two hit King Sumeragi in his side and arm, and one hit Corrin in the shoulder, going all the way through.  The pain was agonizing for the four-year old.

“Corrin!  Stay calm.  We’re going to make it out!”

Falling to her knees, Corrin tried to stay awake for her father.  More arrows were fired, and many of them hit Sumeragi as he tried to protect his daughter.  Soon, he fell down dead.

“Daddy...?”

It was hard for Corrin to speak.  The pain made it hard to concentrate.  She saw more arrows fly, and they killed the servants around her, while one hit her in the leg.  She couldn’t stand the pain anymore.  She collapsed and started to black out, but before she could, she saw a tall figure moving towards her.  

It was King Garon.





Opening her eyes, Corrin saw that she was still in the capital plaza.  The pain in her shoulder had lessened.  She tried to sit up, but someone pushed her back down.

“Stay still, Corrin.  You’re almost done.”

Tears started to swell in her eyes when Hinoka said that.  Everything was ok.  She was safe.  But she was upset at everything that she remembered.  It made her realize that everything that she ever thought about herself, everything that the man that she knew as her father told her, was a lie.

“Are you ok, Corrin?”

She just shut her eyes, trying to see her real father’s face one last time.  Now that she remembered him, the image was clearer than ever.  She realized that the vision that she just saw was one of her recurring nightmares.  She should have realized a long time ago that something wasn’t right.

“Corrin?”

Looking up at her older brother, the tears rolled down her cheeks.

“I… I remember Father.  I remember the day… that he… died.”

Everyone was shocked, but then they saw how painful it was for Corrin to remember that awful day.  Once her wound was fully healed and she was permitted to sit up, Mikoto wrapped her arms around her.  Corrin just buried her face in her shoulder.

“He was protecting me!  Mother, he died protecting me!”

Her mother just held her, rubbing her back in comfort.  As she cried, Yukimura, Mikoto’s tactician, came rushing into the scene.

“Is everyone alright?”

“We’re fine, but the town isn’t.  Have some men search the area and help any injured civilians.”

Nodding, he ran off, leaving the royals.  Meanwhile, Corrin had finally calmed down.

“I’m sorry.  I don’t know what happened to me.”

Hinoka came up and squeezed her shoulder, not the one that had been injured.

“Corrin, you just remembered a painful event.  Of course, you’d be crying.”

“No.  Not that.  How did I turn into a dragon?”

Everyone thought for a minute, then Takumi piped up.

“Maybe the Dawn Dragon gave her the ability to take the form of a dragon when she needs to.

That seemed like the most logical possibility, but Corrin couldn’t be sure.  Azura seemed to have something on her mind, though.

“However you did it, you need to be able to control it if you are forced to go into that form again.”

She pulled out a stone, and handed it to Corrin.

“This is a rare dragonstone.  It was used by an ancient race of people who could transform into dragons.  They used stones like these to transform from human to dragon and back again.  Perhaps it will help you control your dragon form.”

“Thank you, Azura.”

The stone pulsated with power, which radiated throughout her body.  While everyone was looking at Corrin, Ryoma turned around and started staring at something else.

“Speaking of dragons, the statue of the dawn dragon is destroyed, and look at what’s there!”

Everyone looked up, and also stared.  Where the statue was, there appeared a golden katana.

“The Yato-no-kami?  I thought that was a myth!”

Corrin was a bit confused when Hinoka said that.

“Yato-no-kami?  What’s that?”

“According to myth, it was used in a great war.  The details have been lost over time, but some say that it was between humans and the dragons.  Why is it here?”

All of a sudden, the sword lifted into the air.  It came spinning down to the royals, placing itself in Corrin’s hand.

“What?  It chose Corrin to wield it?”

Before everyone could freak out, Kaze came running in.

“Milord!  I bring terrible news!  Nohrian troops are on the border about to invade!”

Hinoka and Sakura were ready to panic, but Ryoma didn’t miss a beat.

“Takumi, Hinoka, Sakura, we need to go.  The troops will need us to lead them.  Tell your retentors that we need to move.”

Once they left, he turned to Corrin.

“Sister, I know that you lived in Nohr for most of your life, but we need you to help us defend Hoshido.  You carry the Yato now.  It means that you need to defeat evil wherever it is.  This is your war now.”

Looking down, Corrin still felt unsure about this.  Was war really the way to peace?  And what if Xander was there?  What would happen then?  Mikoto also looked as if she didn’t want to let Corrin go, but she knew that she couldn’t pretend that none of that was happening.  With a deep breath, she said the five words that she never wanted to say.

“I’ll come with you, Ryoma.”
Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 5)
Ok... Sorry that this chapter is a bit long, but there's a lot of stuff that happens here.  Also, YAY! MIKOTO DOESN'T DIE IN THIS STORY!  SHE ACTUALLY HAS MORE OPPORTUNITY TO ADVANCE THE PLOT OTHER THAN DYING!

By the way, Camilla and Xander were aware that she was King Sumeragi's daughter.  What'll happen when she confronts them?  I'll let you speculate for now.

Also... I'm pretty sure that 75% of you can tell what I'm going to do next chapter, so just start thinking about what path you want to go.  Remember.  Starting there, the MAJOR changes start happening to the story. 

One more thing.  Can you tell me which path you're going to check out first and what you're going to do as I release chapters?  It'd be interesting for me to see.  I think that the readers are just as much a part of a story as the author.

Edit: I found another version of the song that I think flows better, and since this is my interpretation of the story, I can change it.  The song is here. www.youtube.com/watch?v=lsz5ij…

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With a heavy heart and tears in her eyes, Corrin reached for the sun ring around her finger, and slipped it off.  Turning to Ryoma, she tossed it to him.  He looked to her in shock.

“Corrin, are you betraying us?  Are you siding with your kidnappers?”

Before she could respond, Xander spoke into her place.

“Have you forgotten how you Hoshidans kidnapped her on the border, on a reconnaissance mission to defend Nohr?  You kidnapped my sister and I will not tolerate such an act of aggression.”

Corrin looked towards Ryoma with an apologetic gaze, and stepped away from him.  She didn’t want to leave him, but she needed answers.  She needed to find out what really happened before she could figure out what to do.  She needed both sides of the story.

Ryoma’s face contorted in rage, at the thought of Corrin leaving them.  His grip on his Raijinto tightened.  Xander noticed this and moved in front of Corrin, shielding her from the Hoshidan prince.  Ryoma rushed forward and attacked Xander.

“I will not allow you Nohrians to take my sister.  Hoshido will not lose her again.”

While Xander and Ryoma battled, Camilla swooped down to Corrin and lifted her up on her wyvern.

“Get Corrin out of here!  I’ll keep them at bay.”

Camilla nodded, soring off.  Hinoka tried to follow, but another wyvern rider, one with light blue hair, stopped her.  Corrin was taken a safe distance away from the battle, across the border.

“Stay here.  The fort is secure.  I’ll be back as soon as I can.”

With Camilla flying back to the battle, Corrin was left alone.  She didn’t know if this was the right choice, but she didn’t want to leave behind the people who cared for her all this time.  Walking into the fort that she was originally supposed to inspect, she waited for Xander and the others to come and get her.

About two hours later, Xander, Camilla, Leo, and Elise came into the room she was in.  Her older sister rushed to her and hugged her tightly.

“I’m so glad that you’re alright.  We were so worried when Leo said that you were missing.”

Leo walked forward as well.

“Where are Gunter and Hans?  I only saw the blood on the bridge and some broken boards.  Were they taken to Hoshido too, or were they killed?”

Corrin lowered her head and sat down.  Her hair fell into her face.  The others were shocked at her behavior.  They soon received an answer, though.

“Hans… he… betrayed us.  He… knocked Gunter… into the Bottomless Canyon.  He attacked me as well, right before I was taken to Hoshido.”

No one knew what to say.  Gunter had been one of her closest teachers since childhood.  She had still gone to him for advice when she was older.  He took care of her when she was alone in the Northern Fortress.  They couldn’t imagine how much she was hurting.  Corrin had been through so much, she didn’t have any time to mourn.  Xander decided that it was best to leave her alone for a bit.

“Rest, Corrin.  We’ll go back home in a few hours.”

Camilla gave her one last hug before ushering everyone else out of the room.  Alone with her thoughts, Corrin laid down on a bed, troubled thoughts swirling around in her head.  Grasping the moon necklace, she cried herself to sleep, wondering what would become of her, now that she knew the truth.  She needed answers.  She needed to know why.




Azura stood on the edge of the lake near the castle.  She didn’t understand why Corrin chose the path that she did.  

Looking in the water for a moment, she thought that she saw a light coming from it, but it quickly faded.  Trying to understand what she saw, she failed to notice Ryoma and Takumi coming closer.

“Azura, you should probably come inside.  There are suspicions about anyone who has a connection to Nohr.  Since you are Nohrian by birth, you are in danger.”

“Thank you for your concern, Ryoma.  I was just thinking about Corrin’s decision.  Why did she go back to Nohr, where she was kept prisoner?”

“None of us know.  I think she was brainwashed during her time in Nohr.  When she was with us, I noticed that she was always hesitant.  We will try to get her back and reverse what was done to her when we find her.”

Nodding, they all walked back to the castle.  Takumi glared at Azura, but she was preoccupied with other thoughts.

What would happen to her, since a Hoshidan princess sided with Nohr?
Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 7: C)
So you chose Conquest?  Great choice.  Personally, I like Xander a lot.  The question is, "How will Corrin deal with the knowledge of what really happened?

Corrin: *curled up in the corner*

Anyway,
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With a heavy heart and tears in her eyes, Corrin reached for the moon necklace around her neck, and slipped it off.  Tossing it to Xander, she backed away, towards her Hoshidan family.  Xander was shocked.

“Corrin, what does this mean?  You are siding with your kidnappers?”

She shook her head.

“Xander, if I sided with Nohr, I would be siding with my kidnappers.  I remember what happened, the day that I was taken to Nohr.  I remember the day that my father, my real father, was murdered.  I saw him die right in front of me.”

Xander didn’t know what to say to her.  She knew that he was not truly her brother.  Before he could respond, she continued.

“I just realized something.  You and Camilla were there that day.  I spoke with you while I waited for my father to come and get me.  You two knew who I was.  WHY DIDN’T YOU TELL ME WHO I WAS?”

Tears were streaming down her eyes.  She was screaming at this point.

“IF YOU TRULY LOVED ME AS A SISTER, YOU WOULD HAVE TOLD ME THE TRUTH!  YOU SHOULD HAVE LET ME KNOW THAT I WASN’T REALLY YOUR SISTER!”

She paused for a moment, then she spoke again.

“Even if you hadn’t told me who I was, you should have prevented me from getting close to you.  At least then I wouldn’t have felt such pain the day that I learned the truth.  I wouldn’t feel such pain today, now that I have to turn my sword upon the man that I knew as a brother for fourteen years.”

She drew the Yato and pointed it at Xander, readying herself for an attack.  Xander looked as if he wanted to scream.  He managed to keep that somewhat in check as he responded.

“Corrin, while it is true that we do not share the same blood, I have viewed you as a sister ever since you came to Nohr.  While I did know, once you started to cling to us, I couldn’t tell you.  It would break you.  I see my mistake now, but that doesn’t change anything.  YOU ARE ONE OF US, CORRIN!  COME BACK TO US!”

Corrin shook her head.  She wouldn’t go back to the people who lied to her.  When he saw that she made up her mind, he decided to take matters into his own hands.  Spurring his horse, he rushed over to her, slashing his sword, trying to hit her.  She blocked his blow, tears almost blinding her.

“If you won’t come back of your own accord, I will bring you back by force and reverse whatever those Hoshidans did to you.”

She blocked as many blows from him as possible, but she didn’t attack.  She still didn’t want to leave him, but she had almost no choice.  After a few blows hit her, Ryoma came in and assisted her.

“I’m not going to let you hurt my sister.  I couldn’t help her before, but I’m not going to let anyone hurt her again.  This is your last warning, Nohrian.  Leave Hoshido and keep your life or stay and lose it.”

Xander looked around him, seeing his siblings struggling with the Hoshidans in the battle that formed while he was focused on Corrin.  He ordered a retreat, but before he withdrew, he shot Corrin a look of betrayal.

As she watched her old family leave, Corrin felt a pang of sadness.  She just abandoned her Nohrian family for a family that she hadn’t known since she was a little girl.  She didn’t know what to do after that.  Azura saw her distress, and put an arm around her.

“Corrin, I know that you feel conflicted.  If I were in your place, I would feel the same.  Don’t worry.  Your family will be with you in this uncertain time.  Rely on them.”

Corrin looked to her, a sad smile on her face.  The two young princesses decided to keep together and live through the conflict.

Walking back to the capital, Ryoma kept a close eye on Corrin.  Her face was still streaked red from the tears, and she was rather silent.  He swore to help his sister whenever he could to make up for when he couldn’t save her from being kidnapped.




Xander and the other royal siblings had returned to Castle Krakenburg soon after the battle.  Xander was still a little shaken up that Corrin had just left them, but he needed to report.  He entered the throne room to meet with his father.

“Father…  I don’t know how to tell you this.”

Garon looked at Xander’s downtrodden face.

“Xander, judging by the look on your face, she was killed by the Hoshidans.  Tell me.”

“No, Father.  She is alive.  She… stayed in Hoshido.  She says that… she saw her… real father die.  She… just left us.”

That was shocking for the king.  After a few minutes of silence, he spoke again.

“…We need to make Nohr more stable.  Once we have done so, we may get Corrin back, somehow.”
Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 7: B)
So you chose Birthright?  Ok.  I can understand that.  After all, Corrin saw all that.  Also, YAY FOR AWESOME BIG BROTHERS!

Corrin: *curled up in the corner*

Anyway, here's the crediting shtic.
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By that afternoon, all the Hoshidan Royals were at the border, ready to help the troops defend the borders.  Ryoma wanted her near the front lines, but she didn’t want to fight the people that she grew up with.  Why did he not seem to understand that?

The battle had not yet begun, but Xander and Ryoma were about to attack each other.  Readying their swords, they prepared to battle, but then Xander noticed Corrin standing not too far away.

“Corrin!  Thank goodness.  You’re alive.  We’ve been worried about you.”

“Xander, what’s going on?  Why are you invading Hoshido?”

He ignored that, looking back to Ryoma.

“Nohr has had enough of you sending scouts over our border, attacking our people.  When you kidnapped our sister, our rage could not be tempered.  Now we will have our way.  Allow Corrin to come back, or we will force you to let her come back.”

“You were the ones who killed my father, King Sumeragi, and kidnapped my sister, Corrin, as a child.  We will not let you trample over us.”

At that point, Camilla, Leo, and Elise came riding up.  They looked at the battlefield, and when they saw Corrin, they were overjoyed.

“Corrin!  I’m so glad that you’re safe!”

Camilla started to fly over, but Hinoka stopped her on her pegasus.

“Nohrian scum!  Leave her alone!  She isn’t your sister.  She’s ours.  I’m not letting you kidnap her again!”

“No.  Corrin is my precious little sister.  I’m going to get her back.”

Xander turned towards Corrin and spoke to her.

“Come, sister.  We can end this quickly and free our people.”

Ryoma looked towards her.

“Don’t listen to them, Corrin.  They’re just trying to fool you again!”

As both sides called out to her, Corrin felt her heart pulled two ways.  

The family that she grew up loving, or the family that she should have loved?

The siblings that she had so many tender moments with, or the siblings that tried so hard to get her back with them?

The Kingdom of Dusk, or The Kingdom of the Dawn?
Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 6)
So Corrin has to decide which country to side with.  Nohr or Hoshido?

Corrin: COME ON!  I HAVE TO WAIT A WEEK TO MAKE MY CHOICE?

Corrin, shut up and get back in the story!

Corrin:  But there's too much suspense!  You would probably feel the same way I do if it was YOU in the story!

Yeah.  I know, but I want to see who will chose to read Conquest first, read Birthright first, or read them both while they wait for Revelation.  Besides, this is YOUR story.  You know what's going to happen before I do.

Corrin:  NO I DON'T!  WHEN THE CHAPTER ENDS, ALL TIME STOPS!  WHAT AM I SUPPOSED TO DO WHILE I WAIT FOR THE NEXT CHAPTER TO COME OUT?  PLAY CHESS AGAINST MYSELF?

You could help me write the next chapter (if you don't mind spoilers, that is).

Corrin:  Well, that sounds better than twiddling my thumbs for a week.

Alright.  I'll call you when I need your help.  Now, can we stop absolutely shattering the fourth wall?

Corrin:  Fine.  Just make the rest of this description quick.

Ok.  (Turns to the audience) Sorry about that.  I've had a hard time keeping the fourth wall in check over here.  Anyway, comment what you're going to do about my multiple routs.  Please.  I need to keep Corrin busy.

I own nothing except the story here.  Nintendo owns Corrin and Fire Emblem Fates.

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“What do you think they want with her?”

“No clue.  Maybe they’ll execute her.”

Corrin moaned, as the black faded out of her sight.  She tried to understand where she was.  Pushing herself off the ground, she looked around and saw that she was in some kind of cell.  When she realized that, she started to panic.  If she was in Hoshido, there was almost no way for her to get back to Castle Krakenburg.  She tried sensing a dragon vein, but there was none around.  Her sword had been taken, so she couldn’t fight her way out.

In a few minutes, the woman who tackled her before, Rinkah, opened her cell door.  Gazing at Corrin with a stern look in her eyes, she approached the young prisoner.

“All right, Nohrian, you are going to be judged by Queen Mikoto and Prince Ryoma.”

“You… Rinkah…  Why did you kidnap me?”

“You’ll see soon.  Now get up.”

She grabbed Corrin’s arms and forced her to her feet.  Dragging her out the door, Rinkah took her to the throne room.  As she was pushed forward, she saw the queen, the crown prince, and his younger brother.  Corrin had heard rumors about them.  It was said that the queen was a witch who could change the nature of people who happened to cross the border.  The crown prince was rumored to be this emotionless, deadly warrior, and his brother was lethal with his Fujin Yumi.  It was safe to say that she was terrified.

The three turned toward her.  Queen Mikoto took one look at her and froze.  Tears started to brim in her eyes.

“Co-Corrin?”

Corrin was confused at the reaction, and even more confused when she descended the stairs and came towards her.  Her father had only done that around his own children.

“I-I’m so relieved that you’re safe.  Welcome home, daughter.”

The queen reached out to hug her, but Corrin was too shocked and stepped away.

“What?  What are you saying?  I’m your DAUGHTER?”

She could get no more out, because Mikoto grabbed her and held her tight, even tighter than Camilla had.

As Corrin saw Prince Ryoma come towards her as well, she pushed away from the embrace, taking several steps backward.

“I-I don’t know what you’re talking about.  Why are you doing this?  What’s going on?”

She saw the queen’s face turn from one of joy to one of sadness.  Prince Takumi came a bit closer as well.

“You don’t remember us?  You… don’t remember me?”

Before she became too emotional, the younger prince butted in.

"I told you, mother.  She’s been away for most of her life.  It was incredibly unlikely that she would remember us.”

Tears started to roll down her eyes as she gazed on Corrin.  Seeing the terror on the young princess’s face, she understood.  The memories of her early life had been suppressed.  The elder prince decided to speak to Corrin next.

“I know you are confused, but this is your mother, Mikoto.  You are our sister.”

Mikoto joined in on the explanation.

“You were kidnapped when you were four.  We’ve been trying to find you and get you back for fourteen years.”

It seemed like a logical explanation for why Hoshidans were always trying to infiltrate Nohr, she did feel like she should believe them, but at the same time, she didn’t want to.

“Why should I trust you?  I’m a…”

She didn’t know if she should continue, but luckily, she didn’t have to.  A soldier came running up.

“Prince Ryoma, we’ve just received a report that faceless are attacking the north town!  Princess Hinoka and Princess Sakura are in that area!”

Ryoma was obviously furious when he heard that.

“What?  Such a cowardly attack!”

Turning to Corrin, he saw how confused she was.

“Come, Corrin.  I’ll show you what those Nohrians do to us.”

He walked over to her, grabbed her arm, and dragged her out of the room.  He took her to the north town, covered in snow, where she saw two girls fighting off some giant creatures.  She didn’t know what she was supposed to do.  She thought that she saw the older girl before, but she couldn’t be sure.

“Corrin, I need you to help me get to them.”

She looked at him as if he was crazy.

“How am I supposed to do that?  I’m unarmed!”

Ryoma handed her the sword that she had when she was captured and ran forward.  Looking for a target, she noticed that there were several dragon veins around.  She ran to one at the bottom of a snowdrift and activated her skill, blowing it away.  She could clear a path to the two girls.  Battling the faceless and using those dragon veins, they managed to defend that town and rescue the princesses.

“Thank you for saving us, Ryoma.  That could have ended badly.”

The younger of them, a shrine maiden with pinkish hair, hugged her big brother.  Ryoma hugged her back as the elder princess, a pegasus knight with boyish red hair, came closer.

“I’m just glad that you and Hinoka are all right, Sakura”

Princess Sakura then turned toward Corrin, confused.

“I’m sorry.  Thank you for helping Ryoma save us, but who are you?”

She didn’t know how to introduce herself.  After all, she didn’t quite know what to believe regarding who she was.  Before she could speak, Ryoma took over for her.

“This is Corrin.  We just got her back home.”

Princess Hinoka looked as if she was about to cry.  After a few moments of staring, she just ran towards Corrin and embraced her.

“You’re home!  You’re finally home!  I’ve waited for so long to see you again!”

Ryoma chuckled at Corrin’s reaction.  He walked over and put a hand on her shoulder.

“This is your older sister Hinoka.  She was heartbroken when you were kidnapped by Nohr.”

Glancing back at her supposed sisters, Corrin noticed that something in her seemed to click.  It felt right in her soul to be with them.  She still couldn’t remember anything about them, but she felt the strongest urge to hug Hinoka.  She obliged.  Walking back to the capital, she started to feel a little guilty.  If she accepted the family that she should have loved, would she somehow betray the one that she grew up loving?




“Father, I went to the fort as you requested.  I couldn’t find Corrin, but I did find some blood on the nearby bridge.  Some boards had been broken from it as well.”

“So, they were attacked?”

“I believe so, Father.  Upon further inspection, I found some footprints going towards the border.”

“That’s it!  I can deal with Hoshidans trying to cross the border because I can punish them, but when they kidnap my daughter and drag her across the border, that has crossed the line!  Tell the troops to prepare to march by week’s end.  We must get her back!”
Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 4)
Here we go.  Corrin finally  meets her real family.  Also, what will happen to her when she meets her Nohrian family again?  Who knows?  I suppose we'll see where I go with this.

Anyway, I don't have much to say about this right now, so...

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Update: I just realized that I mislabeled Sakura as a priestess instead of a shrine maiden.  Fixed it.
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Alright.  I made a piece of art that I feel is at least passable for DA, and I can't figure out how to submit it.  I made the picture on Krita, so if anyone knows how I can post, let me know.  In the meantime, I'm going to try and figure it out myself.

Update:  Never mind.  I figured it out.

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