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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 10: R)
In Nohr, Xander was in the throne room, briefing his father on what happened at the border with Corrin.
“I don’t understand what happened to her, Father.  One moment, I was fighting Prince Ryoma, the next, I heard Camilla shouting and saw Corrin disappearing into the woods.”
That revelation was met with silence.  How were they supposed to get her back?  They didn’t even know where she was.  After a few minutes, Garon spoke.
“If she is somewhere in Nohr, we can find her and bring her back.  Don’t worry, Xander.  We will find out what happened to her in Hoshido.”
In Hoshido, Ryoma was reporting to his mother in the throne room.  He seemed a little hesitant to give her the news about Corrin.
“She… disappeared into the woods, Mother.  When we tried to look for her, she was nowhere to be found.”
When she heard that news, Mikoto just sank into the throne.
“No…”
Putting her
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 9: R)
As the door shut behind the two of them, the strange man quickly turned and locked it.  He acted a bit agitated about something.  Perhaps it was about the translucent warriors finding them.  Once he was sure that they were alone, the man turned to the fireplace and started placing wood in it.
“I have a feeling that you want to ask me some questions.”
Corrin nodded and sat down.  There were many things that she wanted to know.
“Yes.  Who are you and where are we?”
Hydra set a pot over the fire before he turned around and sat in front of her.
“You may call me ‘Hydra’ and we are in the kingdom of Valla.”
Corrin was understandably confused.
“Valla?  I’ve never heard of this place.”
Shaking his head, Hydra pulled out a strange-looking map.
“I don’t blame you.  No one talks about it anymore.”
He handed the map to Corrin, who looked at it with curiosity.
“Why?  And
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 8: R)
About a half an hour later, Corrin finally stopped running.  All the fighting had disappeared behind her, so she decided to catch her breath.  She stood there for a while, leaning on a tree and wondering exactly what happened earlier.  Did she wait too long for them?
When she asked herself that question, more rose up.  Why did she run?  How could she go back to either side?  When that occurred to her, she knew she made a huge mistake.  Now that she left both families, there were no more options for her.  They would both surely come after her as a traitor.
She looked down at both the necklace and the ring.  How was she worthy of wearing them anymore?  Raising her eyes, she realized that she was at the southern part of the Bottomless Canyon.  Corrin’s thoughts immediately went to Gunter.  He had trained her to show no fear in a battle, yet she ran away from one.  The shame was eating away at her so badly.
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 7: R)
Corrin wasn’t sure what to do.  How was she supposed to choose between two families?  She grew up in Nohr!  They had raised her as their own!  Yet she had been taken from her family in Hoshido, and they had tried for years to get her back!  She was so confused.  The fact that everyone was calling out to her wasn’t helping.
“Corrin!  Hurry!  Draw your sword!  We can end this quickly!”
“Come, Corrin!  We’ll take you back home to Nohr!”
Their calls wouldn’t help her make a decision, so she tried to block them out.  Holding her hand to her head, she realized that she was at a crossroad and, no matter what choice she made, nothing would ever be the same.
Xander and Camilla had lied to her, but she still loved them.  They had taken care of her since she was little.  She was their sister for years.  How could she leave them?  But Ryoma and the others had tried so hard to
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 26: C)
After Xander and Ryoma ascended to their thrones and buried their dead family, they resumed the peace talks and eventually came to a resolution that was satisfactory for both countries.  However, Corrin refused to go back to Windmire.  She stayed in a nearby farming town for a few weeks, then she just vanished.  The only trace that she left was a letter, but even that was cryptic.  It only said that her mother told her about something that needed done.  They tried to find her, to no avail.  Even after ten years, she hadn’t come back to Nohr.
“Father?”
A young boy, around eight years old, walked into Xander’s study.  He looked confused from talking with one of the servants about the war between Hoshido and Nohr.  That was an event that his father had rarely spoken of.
“Yes, Siegbert?”
Xander turned around in his chair and smiled at his son.  He was just finishing some paperwork, so he could spare some ti
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 26: B)
Since the war between Hoshido and Nohr was over, Mikoto decided that it was time for her to step down as queen and pass the throne to Ryoma.  The coronation was a grand event, attended by nobles from all the surrounding provinces and even some of the Nohrian royalty.  Afterward, a new treaty between the two kingdoms was written and established.  The new Nohrian king, Xander, worked hard with Ryoma to ensure that the peace was made to last.  Everything seemed perfect.  The only problem was that some translucent soldiers were still attacking Hoshido, so Corrin decided to go and investigate.  After challenging the Sevenfold Sanctuary to get stronger, however, something strange happened.  Corrin vanished.  Everyone looked for her for years, but they had no luck in finding her.  Even ten years later, she was still missing.  Almost everyone had given up on trying to find her and settled for hoping that she would come back someday.
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 25: C)
Everyone was shocked when they looked at their dead bodies, but Iago wasn’t going to give them time for grief.  He pointed towards Corrin and Takumi fired another arrow.  She didn’t have enough time to react, and it exploded right beside her, causing her to fly to the edge of the room.  As she started to black out, she heard the voices of the Nohrian royals calling out to her.  The last things she saw were the bodies of King Garon and Queen Mikoto.  She was so tired…  She just wanted to give up…
“Corrin…  Wake up…”
A familiar voice echoed in her head.  She wanted to get up, but she was so tired.  It was as if all her energy had left her.
“Corrin, please.  Get up.”
Slowly, she opened her eyes and was met with a strange sight.  Islands were floating in the sky, some upside down and sideways, and as she sat up, she saw that there was a castle in the distance, slightly obscure
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 25: B)
As they all gawked at the dragon, it lifted itself up, almost touching the ceiling and looked down on them as if they were insignificant bugs.
“I had a feeling that you would try to interfere with my plans.”
Hinoka pulled Corrin behind her in a protective manner, but there was no hiding from the monster.  He brought his claw down in front of them and growled.
“Well, child, you were foolish to think that you could save everyone.  After all…”
The voice grew louder and more threatening.
“I AM ANANKOS!  I AM THE MOST POWERFUL OF THE FIRST DRAGONS!  I CANNOT BE DEFEATED!”
At that moment, he spewed a fireball at them.  They all managed to dodge, but Corrin didn’t waste any time and ran strait towards him with her sword drawn.  She jumped up and tried to stab the claw.  However, he saw her reckless attempt and knocked her against the wall, causing her to hit her head hard.  As she started to black out, she
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 24: C)
As Garon and Mikoto were in another room negotiating a treaty, the Nohrian and Hoshidan royals were standing around in a nearby hallway.  Corrin had been healed, as well as Ryoma, but they weren’t talking.  Hinoka was back with her family, though Corrin noticed that Takumi and Azura were strangely absent.  She couldn’t ask, however, because her Nohrian siblings were still trying to convince her to stay.
“Corrin, why would you leave us?”
Camilla was trying to make sure that the Hoshidans didn’t hear their private conversation, and Corrin didn’t want them in on it either.
“I just can’t stay.  I can’t deal with everything with you all around me.”
She turns to the door, but Elise hugged her before she could start moving in that direction.
“But you’re still family to us!”
Looking down at her distressed face, she wrapped her arms around the young princess.
“Elise, we can’t be as if i
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 24: B)
Not long after seeing Xander and Leo leave with Elise, they found the way to the throne room.  Corrin was anxious from the thoughts of facing the man who she used to love and respect.  How had he fallen so far from the man she used to know?  From what she was told, it was as if he wasn’t even the same person.  What could have happened to him to change him so?
As she reached for the doors, she hesitated, then pushed them open and walked in.  What met her eyes was shocking.  The regal drapes were in tatters, the floor was cracked, and the Garon that she saw on the throne was gazing down on them with a gaze of distain.  This was not the throne room she left at the beginning of that mission to the border.
“So, I see you’ve returned, daughter.”
Corrin reached for her sword, but Ryoma stepped out in front of her with his Raijinto already drawn.
“She was never your daughter, King Garon.  We are here to resolve the chaos in
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 23: C)
A week later, Corrin was even more tired of the situation she was in.  When Elise heard that she was back and safe, she embraced her tightly, but was confused that Corrin would not hug her back.  Garon chastised her for leaving, as did Leo, but she just rolled her eyes and walked away.  Her behavior would have been baffling to them if it had been only a month earlier, but with the recent revelations, it wasn’t all that shocking.
It only took one day to arrive at the capital, but they had been encamped around the city for six days, preparing for the final attack.  She didn’t want to fight, but Garon requested that she do so.  She couldn’t defy the orders of the king, especially when he was no longer her father.
The day had finally come for them to storm the castle.  Corrin was assigned to go in by way of a window with several scouts.  Once she was in, she sent the scouts to take the guards by surprise and open the gates.  This fe
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 23: B)
A half an hour later, they hadn’t found Xander or Leo yet.  They were beginning to get worried, wondering if they knew or if they were still on King Garon’s side of the conflict.  After all, Elise HAD said that Xander told her that Garon’s cruelty would pass in time.  Would they stand with these horrible acts that King Garon were committing just because they shared blood?  They knew that, for better or worse, they would find out.
No one spoke as they followed Elise through the dark and lonely halls.  Corrin kept her eyes open and looking for anyone in the shadows.  Not long later, she noticed a figure in a nearby hallway.  Immediately she gripped the Yato’s hilt, prompting the others to take notice of the figure as well.  Before anyone could do anything, however, he brought out a tome and blasted them.  Everyone but Corrin fell back to the ground.  The figure rushed out of the shadows, and Corrin could see that i
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 22: C)
About an hour after bidding Kaden goodbye, Corrin was almost at the border.  She had been doing some thinking about where she would try and go once she was out of Hoshido, and she decided that she would find some small town that needed protection and offer to work there.  After all, with the faceless around, most places weren’t protected at all.  This would also give her soul the opportunity to heal, something that she desperately needed.
Suddenly, the sound of horse’s hooves started echoing through the area.  She didn’t even need to look behind her.  She knew who it was.  Even so, she kept walking.  A minute later, a hand grabbed her arm.
“CORRIN, WHAT WERE YOU THINKING.  LEAVING CAMP IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT?  WE ALL THOUGHT THAT YOU WERE CAPTURED!”
Taking a look at Xander’s face, she could see that he was livid, maybe because he had been so worried about her.  She didn’t care, however.
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 22: B)
The next day, they were all ready for the final battle in the castle.  Cassita told them how to get to the secret entrance and sent them on their way.  Corrin’s grip was white on the Yato, as if she was expecting someone to pop out and attack, but they made it there without incident.  The entrance was small, only one person at a time could crawl through, but it was the safest bet.  They were sure to be as quiet as possible, as to not attract attention.
Sneaking through the halls, they were all on their guard.  It was dark and ominous, and they were all expecting to be attacked at any time.  That was quite possible, as they were in the most fortified place in Nohr.
Interestingly enough, most of the hallways were very quiet.  There weren’t many soldiers around, and that was unusual.  Corrin especially recalled how many soldiers there were when she lived there.  They must have been fighting in the war.  That was the only reason
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 21: C)
Corrin had been running for a few hours.  She did have to hide from some soldiers a few times, but she was making steady progress towards the border.  At least, she thought she was.  She didn’t know Hoshido hardly at all.  She had only been in Hoshido one other time, and she wasn’t really paying attention to the landmarks.
After a while, she saw some soldiers nearby, so she took a detour over a mountain.  Unfortunately, she got lost quickly.  There was an expansive forest on its summit, so it was hard to see where she was and what direction she was going.  Corrin was beginning to wonder if it was a bad idea to leave the way she did.
A bit of movement in the corner of her eye caught her attention.  It was a bit yellowish, and she thought that she caught sight of a bit of fur.  Stopping in her path, she decided to let her eyes wander and get a sense of her surroundings.  A few minutes later, she saw a face peeking out from beh
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Hello, everyone.  Seigi here.

So I just wanted to let everyone know that I hit a milestone in writing this story.  I have finished writing both the Birthright and Conquest routs!  This is exciting for me.  Now I can focus all of my attention on the upcoming Revelation rout.

This has been my most complex story by far.  I've never done multiple routs before (even in the stupid stories that I never will post because they're stupid).

After I'm done with the final rout, I'm going to do a simpler story.  If you have any ideas, let me know in either this journal entry or my "Future Projects" journal entry (found here: Future ProjectsHello, everyone.
So... I've been thinking lately.  I was wondering what I'm going to do after Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagning, and I have a few options.
A. An origin story about my avatar, for something a little different
B. Another fanfic
C. Ask for suggestions
No matter what choice I do, I would start writing it as soon as I'm done with The Reimagining's Revelation rout, so it wouldn't impede the progress of uploading.  My only problem is which one I should do.
If I do choice A, that would likely be the easiest, since I already have ideas for it.
If I do choice B, I would ask for ideas as to which game I should do.
If I do choice C, I would request that you all give me ideas.
I'm still debating, but I wanted to get your take on it.  Should I do choice A, choice B, or choice C?  Let me know in the comments below.
).  I'm still considering what to do, but I'm leaning towards doing option (A) first.  I already have ideas for it and am excited to let you all know the origin of my avatar.  (And no.  I am not going to make her a Mary Sue.  I know about Mary Sues and how to avoid making one.)

Aside from that, I'm going to be starting college in the fall, so I probably won't have as much time to write, but I'll try.  I'm also going to be trying to sew, learn how to play my Ocarina, and practice drawing.  As for the last one, I have improved my artstyle a great deal (even though I still struggle with hands occasionally).  It's just that I'm not used to drawing on a computer.  I'm going to be asking for a drawing tablet for Christmas, so I'll see if that helps.

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In Nohr, Xander was in the throne room, briefing his father on what happened at the border with Corrin.

“I don’t understand what happened to her, Father.  One moment, I was fighting Prince Ryoma, the next, I heard Camilla shouting and saw Corrin disappearing into the woods.”

That revelation was met with silence.  How were they supposed to get her back?  They didn’t even know where she was.  After a few minutes, Garon spoke.

“If she is somewhere in Nohr, we can find her and bring her back.  Don’t worry, Xander.  We will find out what happened to her in Hoshido.”




In Hoshido, Ryoma was reporting to his mother in the throne room.  He seemed a little hesitant to give her the news about Corrin.

“She… disappeared into the woods, Mother.  When we tried to look for her, she was nowhere to be found.”

When she heard that news, Mikoto just sank into the throne.

“No…”

Putting her hand on her head, it was apparent that she was incredibly distraught.  Ryoma tried to give her some consolation.

“Mother, we will get her back.  It will just take a little time.”

With that, he left.  Mikoto still wasn’t calm, however.  She was just shaking her head and mumbling.

“I lost her once…  I can’t lose her again…”





That morning, Corrin woke up to a hand shaking her.  The Yato was within arm’s reach, and she was about to grab it, but another hand went over hers.  Looking up, she saw Hydra kneeling over her.

“Come, Corrin.  We have to hurry if we want to reach the gateway without getting caught.”

She got up and fastened the Yato to her hip.  There wasn’t much else to do before they could leave, but Hydra had one thing that needed to be done.

“Before we leave, I have something for you that might give some aid.”

He clasped an amulet around her neck, which confused Corrin at first.  Then he explained about it.

“This amulet will pulsate when the translucent warriors are near.  Always keep it close.  I’ll also be able to talk to you through it.”

She looked at it and saw that it had the image of a dragon with blue, crystal eyes.  It was strangely beautiful.

“Thank you, Hydra.”

He smiled, then another thought crossed his mind.

“There is one more thing.  You won’t be able to come back until the skies between Nohr and Hoshido switch, in about a month’s time.  If you can get the princes of the two countries to come here by then, they can help you stop Anankos.”

Corrin nodded.  Seeing her understanding, Hydra gestured to the door.

“Now, let’s get moving.”

He opened the door and they started making their way across the fields.  They had to hide for a little when the amulet sensed some soldiers nearby, but there wasn’t any trouble getting there.  As Corrin stood at the edge of the canyon, she looked back at Hydra, who gave her a hopeful smile.

“Good luck, Corrin.  And remember that you can’t speak of Valla outside of the borders.”

She returned his smile and clutched her sword.

“Thank you, Hydra.  Stay safe.”

Turning back to the canyon, she leapt into it and soon found herself back where she had jumped in the first time.  Her necklace and ring from each of her families still rested nearby, so she knew that no one had come by.  Picking them up and putting them on again, she was ready to find her siblings.  After a moment of contemplation, she decided to go to Hoshido first to try and convince Ryoma and the others to help her.  She walked away from the canyon and towards a distant forest with a lightness in her step.
Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 10: R)
I wish I could upload these more often, but school is keeping me busy.  One question though, what do you think is going to happen with the story?  I already have it planned out, but I want to see your speculation.

The story is mine.  Everything else belongs to Nintendo.

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As the door shut behind the two of them, the strange man quickly turned and locked it.  He acted a bit agitated about something.  Perhaps it was about the translucent warriors finding them.  Once he was sure that they were alone, the man turned to the fireplace and started placing wood in it.

“I have a feeling that you want to ask me some questions.”

Corrin nodded and sat down.  There were many things that she wanted to know.

“Yes.  Who are you and where are we?”

Hydra set a pot over the fire before he turned around and sat in front of her.

“You may call me ‘Hydra’ and we are in the kingdom of Valla.”

Corrin was understandably confused.

“Valla?  I’ve never heard of this place.”

Shaking his head, Hydra pulled out a strange-looking map.

“I don’t blame you.  No one talks about it anymore.”

He handed the map to Corrin, who looked at it with curiosity.

“Why?  And how did I get here by falling into the Bottomless Canyon?”

Hydra had expected that question and had an answer already prepared.

“There’s a curse on this place.  If anyone tries to speak its name outside of its borders, they die before they can finish.  As for the other part of that question, the canyon is one of two ways to get here.  The other way is a gate that only opens to a certain bloodline in bodies of water.”

Whatever was in the pot started to boil, so Hydra got up, retrieved a bowl from one of the cupboards, filled it up with what looked like a kind of broth, and handed it to Corrin, but that didn’t attract much of a reaction from her.  She was more interested in what he was saying about Valla.

“Valla used to be a noble kingdom.  We sent diplomats to Nohr and Hoshido, the royal family cared for the people and defended them, and we lived in peace for many years.  However, that ended when the dragon, Anankos, lost his mind and destroyed the land.  Most of the people were killed, and the rest fled to the two other kingdoms.”

They sat in silence for a bit as Corrin digested the information, though Hydra was a bit more focused on her digesting something else.

“You might want to enjoy your soup before it gets cold.”

Looking down in embarrassment, she took a tentative sip.  It warmed her inside, and she was feeling a bit more tired.  She gave out a small yawn, then looked out the window.  The sun was setting, and it would soon be dark and too dangerous to travel.

“I’m not going to be able to find a way back before nightfall.  Am I?”

Hydra shook his head.

“I’m afraid not.”

That made Corrin a bit worried.  How would she get out of Valla and back to the canyon?  However, Hydra gave her a bit of reassurance.

“Don’t worry.  I’ll show you the way in the morning.”

He took her bowl as soon as she was done with the soup, then started to tidy up the place a bit.  Corrin watched him for a little, but then asked him one more question.

“Before I fell down here, I felt a bit of an urge.  I felt like it was telling me that I should go down the canyon.  I also felt it before that, at a battle, telling me to get away from it.  Does this place sometimes do that?”

He looked back at her and shook his head again.

“It does not.  I believe you were called down here by the Yato-no-kami.”

She looked at her sword with confusion.  What on earth did that mean?

“The Yato is a sacred blade.  It can defeat the greatest evils when combined with the power of the other divine weapons or the determination of a hero with enormous inner strength.  If both possible factors are present, the power is multiplied tenfold.  That power could undo Anankos’s hold on the people in one swoop.  Perhaps it called you down here so you could learn of this place and defeat Anankos.”

As Hydra explained about the Yato, Corrin started feeling a lot of guilt.  After a moment of deliberation, she decided to tell him what was wrong with her being the one to wield the Yato.

“But… I don’t deserve it!  I’m a coward!  I ran away from a fight!  I abandoned my family!  Both of them!  How can I wield it after leaving them?  I’m a horrible excuse for a princess!  I’m no hero!”

Hydra placed hand on shoulder again to calm her.

“If you weren’t worthy of wielding it, the Yato wouldn’t have chosen you.”

He gave her a smile of reassurance.  It was clear that he understood her fear and wanted to help her.

“It’s late.  You should probably get some sleep.  You have a mission to start in the morning.”
Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 9: R)
Sorry for being away fro so long.  Here's the next chapter.  And yes.  I'm calling him Hydra like he was in Japan.  Well I don't want to call him Anankos yet.

Also, how do you think the relationship between Corrin and Hydra is?  I hope I'm doing a good job with it.

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About a half an hour later, Corrin finally stopped running.  All the fighting had disappeared behind her, so she decided to catch her breath.  She stood there for a while, leaning on a tree and wondering exactly what happened earlier.  Did she wait too long for them?

When she asked herself that question, more rose up.  Why did she run?  How could she go back to either side?  When that occurred to her, she knew she made a huge mistake.  Now that she left both families, there were no more options for her.  They would both surely come after her as a traitor.

She looked down at both the necklace and the ring.  How was she worthy of wearing them anymore?  Raising her eyes, she realized that she was at the southern part of the Bottomless Canyon.  Corrin’s thoughts immediately went to Gunter.  He had trained her to show no fear in a battle, yet she ran away from one.  The shame was eating away at her so badly.

Without another thought, Corrin took off the necklace from Garon and the ring from Mikoto and turned to the canyon.  She felt the strange urge come back, telling her to go towards it, but she didn’t know why.  Her emotions were so tangled and confusing, she didn’t know.  Nevertheless, something was calling her to it.  At the edge of the cliff, she looked down at the endless blackness.  Realizing that, if she fell and died, there would be no finding her body, she placed the two items there for anyone who found them… and jumped.  The wind whipped though her hair as she fell ever faster.  Closing her eyes in anticipation of the impact, she was surprised when she gradually slowed and tumbled onto soft grass.

Raising her head, she saw a bright blue sky, mountains to her right, a castle in the distance, and even islands floating sideways and upside-down in the sky!  This was definitely nowhere in Hoshido or Nohr.  Nothing was familiar.  She stood up and started walking around to see where she was.  Even in the first five minutes, she was mesmerized.  The grass was soft under her bare feet and the sky was so inviting.  If she rode a pegasus or a wyvern, she would have taken off to the skies immediately.  Not long after that, a few houses started to come into view through the light fog.  Corrin wondered if she should go there, but a noise behind her caught her attention.

She turned around to try and see what made that noise, but there was nothing there.  She was about to turn around again, but a twig broke before she did.  That made her realize that someone was probably trying to get her while she was off guard.  Drawing her sword, she readied herself for any attack that might come her way.

A second later, she vaguely saw one figure about to hit her with an axe, so she brought her sword up and blocked.  Corrin knocked the weapon out of his hand and stabbed him dead.  However, another two came up as soon as she had finished with the one.  She managed to stop the one with a sword, but the other stabbed her with a lance, giving her a minor wound.  Stumbling back a little, she tried to get her footing back, but the one with the sword knocked her onto her back.  They were about to go in for the kill, but before Corrin could even raise an arm in defense, a burst of water magic sped from the left and blasted the warriors away and destroyed them.  Seeing them disintegrate into a watery substance, she tried to stand up to get away, but a firm hand on her shoulder stopped her, not in a way that would keep her where she was, but in a way to make her simply pause.  Looking up, she noticed a strange man wearing a white hooded cloak that covered him so that she couldn’t see his face.  The only thing she could see about how he looked was two locks of sky-blue hair that he hadn’t hidden in his hood.

“Come with me.  It’s not safe out in the open.”

His voice had a deep, mature tone that was strangely calming for Corrin.  She felt like she could trust him, despite having only just met him.  Anyway, going with him seemed like a good idea, rather than stay and waiting for more of those translucent warriors to come.  In seeing her willingness to go, the strange man helped her up, took her by the hand, and led her to one of the houses that she spotted earlier.  Though, when they started walking, Corrin had two questions on her mind.

‘Who is this man?  And what is this place?’
Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 8: R)
Well, now Corrin has descended into the canyon for the first time and met Anankos' human heart.  For those who read the ending to Birthright, you'll remember my hinting that he would appear.

Anyway, I'm sorry that I've been absent.  As I said in my last update to the story, I'm just starting my first year of college.  I won't be updating as much, because I have work to do, as well as finding a job, but I'll try to update every now and then.

Oh.  One more thing. *Takes a deep breath*

THIS IS THE SPOILER SONG!  WON'T YOU COME AND SING ALONG?  THIS IS THE SPOILER SONG!  SPOILERS ARE AHEAD!  THIS IS THE SPOILER SONG!  WON'T YOU COME AND SING ALONG?  THIS IS THE SPOILER SONG!  SPOILERS ARE AHEAD!

Ok.  you get the point.

Everything except the story belongs to Nintendo.

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Chapter 7:  gamingseigi.deviantart.com/art…
Chapter 9:  gamingseigi.deviantart.com/art…
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Corrin wasn’t sure what to do.  How was she supposed to choose between two families?  She grew up in Nohr!  They had raised her as their own!  Yet she had been taken from her family in Hoshido, and they had tried for years to get her back!  She was so confused.  The fact that everyone was calling out to her wasn’t helping.

“Corrin!  Hurry!  Draw your sword!  We can end this quickly!”

“Come, Corrin!  We’ll take you back home to Nohr!”

Their calls wouldn’t help her make a decision, so she tried to block them out.  Holding her hand to her head, she realized that she was at a crossroad and, no matter what choice she made, nothing would ever be the same.

Xander and Camilla had lied to her, but she still loved them.  They had taken care of her since she was little.  She was their sister for years.  How could she leave them?  But Ryoma and the others had tried so hard to get her back with them.  They had tried to make her a part of the family again.  How could she just choose another family after all that, even if she didn’t really know them as well as her Nohrian siblings?

A clang jolted her from her thoughts.  Looking up, she realized that Ryoma and Xander had grown tired of waiting for her to decide and were settling the matter with their swords.  She stepped back instinctively.  The ferocity of their attacks shocked her… and frightened her.

Taking her eyes off of the two of them for a moment, she spared a glance at her other siblings to see that they were fighting too.  Camilla and Hinoka were clashing in the sky while Leo and Takumi were firing at each other from a distance.  In fact, both armies were in a full out battle.  That struck even more terror into her heart.  She felt the strongest urge to get away from it.  Without waiting another second, she turned and ran south.  Tears nearly blinded her, but she didn’t stop.  The others must have seen her, however, as she heard them calling out to her one more time.

“Corrin!  Where are you going?”

“Corrin!  Come back!”
Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 7: R)
Short chapter, but it has a lot of confusion for Corrin.  Honestly, that's what I would feel at that time as well.  And for anyone saying that she's a coward... GIVE HER A BREAK!  SHE IS SERIOUSLY CONFUSED RIGHT NOW!  SHE SHOULDN'T HAVE TO DEAL WITH A CHOICE LIKE THIS!  *Glaring at Xander, Ryoma and the others*

Anyway, I may not update regularly for a while.  I have New Student Orientation next week, so just keep an eye out for my updates in my ever so copious spare time.

Fire Emblem Fates belongs to Nintendo.
The story here belongs to me.

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Chapter 8:  gamingseigi.deviantart.com/art…
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Seigi Mitsuko
So this might be one way I'll appear in any stories that have me in it, including a completely original story that's coming up after Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining.  These are my casual clothes.

Here's some facts about myself.  I'm eighteen and I'm a huge gamer. The world that I live in is a bit of a modern medieval fantasy place.  My main weapon is a short sword, though I'm not very good at it (or at least not as good as others that I know), and I'm ashamed to say that I'm a bit more of a dreamer than a doer, but I'm working on that.  If others irritate me or annoy me, I'm known to give out a bit of a side stare.  I'd do anything for my friends and family, so long as it's moral.  I have an enormous longing for adventure, but I'm not exactly sure what I'd do if I got it.  I'm also very quiet.

My strengths are: Idealistic, attentive, creative, open-minded, and respectful.
My weaknesses are: absent-mindedness, I don't speak my mind often (except in writing), and I daydream WAY too much.  I also have a few confidence issues.

Well, that's me.  I'll see you all in the comment box or elsewhere.

Edit (7/30/17): Ok.  I'm FINALLY satisfied with my design.  Here's a bit of info on why I dress like this.  I am a modest person, so I wanted a bit more of a modest style.  The way that the shirt and skirt are designed, it would have been showing a bit of my stomach, so I use a cloth belt.  I don't have any problem with people wearing clothes that show a bit of stomach, but the shirt was a little too high for me to feel comfortable with it showing.  My friend (in the story) often jokes about how I'm cold-blooded, and she might be right.  I wear sweaters or long sleeves on seventy degree, pleasant day and I don't know why.  Maybe it's because I can't keep the warm in.

At least I'm done with this.  Now I can get back to writing.
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superdes513 Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hey, sorry about the comments on my recent picture. I didn't mean to scare you :(
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GamingSeigi Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2017
You didn't scare me.  I was just confused about the whole foot thing.
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superdes513 Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well okay. BTW, awesome writing here in your gallery
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GamingSeigi Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2017
Thanks.
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FractureFighter Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I just found the Fire Emblem Fates fan fiction adaptation you're writing. I'm doing an adaptation myself, if you want to check it out you can go onto my profile, but so far only the prolouge is uploaded.
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GamingSeigi Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2017
I actually saw it yesterday.  I'm going to be keeping an eye on it.  Thanks for reminding me.
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pinkrosedemon24 Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2016
Thank you so much for the fave!
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UsagiShira Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2016
Thank you for the Fave! :)
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Happy516 Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2016  Student General Artist
And welcome to deviantart!
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Happy516 Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2016  Student General Artist
Thanks for the fave! :)
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