WinX Club Porn Story: In the Begining Chapter 19

WinX Club Porn Story: In the Begining Chapter 19

WARNING: LOOOOOOOOOONG CHAPTER

~Loss~

Daphne didn’t move for a long time. For a very long time. She couldn’t bring herself to move. She vaguely noted that her fairy outfit was changed to her snow-suit.

“She’s alive.”

Daphne vaguely noted some movement. She forced her eyes open and saw forms in the ice standing up.

Daphne was rolled over so the icy figures- dwarfs, really, with no feet, who were floating above the ground- could see her.

“Is this her?”

“I believe so.”

A hand touched Daphne’s face. Daphne didn’t open her eyes.

Carefully, the icy figures stood and carefully carried each of them back to the ship. When it came time to get Darkar, the icy being lifted him up. She carried him to the ship. After setting him down, she turned to the others.

“Touching him burns me.”

The others looked. One turned to Yci.

“I thought it was her who sent out the signal. She is the fairy of ice. But it was, in fact, that one.”

She pointed to Daphne. “The fairy of nymphs.”

“I haven’t seen anyone with those abilities before,” another spoke.

“Yes. They will be fine from here on out.”

Sero sat with Weis as Nele and Zaera lay there, sleeping, and Shelkero, Neo, Myla, and Trish also slept, out of exhaustion. Sero and Weis were both exhausted.

Surprisingly, the lake was undisturbed. It was as though nothing had happened.

“Myla’s Lady of Tides?” Sero finally asked.

“Yes. But she has the heart of a witch,” Weis smiled proudly. “They’re excellent students, you know.”

“They are,” Sero said. She looked at Weis, unsure what to say. “You must have taught them well.”

“I wouldn’t think so. I think that they could have gone uninvolved, had I not set them up like this,” Weis said, and then began to explain his lesson when the witches had first fought.

“Wow,” Sero said.

“I know. Sometimes, I wonder if this is the right thing to do. Some students learn like that. Others…” he looked around at the peaceful area. “Others don’t. I wish I had more carefully set that up.”

“It’s not your fault,” Sero said at last. “They don’t learn like that. They have the hearts of fairies.”

Weis looked at her. Then he stood up. “Why do you say that?”

“Because they’re willing to sacrifice. They seem to have light to guide them. They aren’t consumed by the dark.”

“There’s nothing wrong with the dark.” Weis spoke each syllable carefuly. “They aren’t evil. They have dark. Their magic is based and centered around the darkest feelings in a person. That is who and what they are. There is nothing wrong with that.”

“No. But their souls are with the light,” Sero insisted.

“No. Souls cannot be defined like that. Their hearts can’t. Dark is nothing to fear. I thought you realized that…? No.” He sighed. “There’s nothing wrong with dark magic. It isn’t for everyone, but this is where their magic is centered. I’m sorry if you can’t see that.”

Stunned, Sero stood as Weiss walked away. He put his hand out and cast a spell, sending him, Trish, Myla, Neo, and Shelkero back to Cloud Tower.

Astoria woke first. She pulled herself up. Looking around, she saw they were back in the ship. She was the only one awake. Instantly, a surge of panic rose in her chest. She looked around, trying to find someone who was awake. Panic. Fear. In the ship.

Astoria cluched her head, trying to hold back a fear rising in her stomach.

Astoria shook her head. Fear. That was what got her into this mess, wasn’t it? She was afraid that Amoral would lose. That was her fear, that she’d lose. She couldn’t lose. That was the worst thing that could happen to her. That was enough reason to sell out Yci.

All was fair in love and war. She had no reason to regret what she did to Yci.

Looking around, Astoria noticed Yci was there. Kadj wasn’t.

It was a risk. She failed. It was fine. Yes, Kadj was gone. Yes, that was tragic. For Yci. And Zol. And Ozay.

Astoria began hyperventalating again. She paniced. Astoria clutched her chest.

No. She had done what was best. She had done everything that she could.

Because…

…she was…

afraid.

Terified.

Frightened.

Not enough.

Astoria let out a scream. No! That was the best that she could have done! It was a mistake, but it was enough reason. Yes, it wouldn’t work, but wasn’t it enough that she had tried? She had given it her all.

Her all…no. She had given away Yci. But Yci was fine. Yci was just some girl who had been her roommate. Yci. Was. Nothing. Kadj. Ozay. Zol. They were nothing. They were someone. They were someone to Yci.

Yci was nothing.

But…why? What made Yci better than Astoria. Astoria fell onto the ground in hysterical sobs. Yci. She ruined Yci’s life because she was TOO AFRAID! What good is it that she did it for her realm, when she only acted in fear.

Yci didn’t know, though. Yci wouldn’t know, because Astoria was too afraid to tell her.

Ozay woke up later. He stood up. He saw Astoria. He walked past Astoria. He took the controls and started the ship. He flew in silence. He flew to the sounds of Astoria’s choked breath.

Kadj. He noticed Kadj wasn’t there. He didn’t know what happened. He could ask Astoria.

He didn’t ask. As a mercy to Astoria, so she wouldn’t have to re-live it? As a mercy to himself so he wouldn’t have to know?

So he wouldn’t have to accept it.

“What’s it matter?” Myla punched the wall when she woke. “We LOST! Failed. It’s over.”

“We did the best we could.” Shelkero looked out the window. Her arm glowed in a faded red and blue.

“It wasn’t enough!” Myla screamed. “Eclipse isn’t dead.”

“Well, neither are you!” Trish spoke for the first time.

Myla and Shelkero looked at her. Trish’s eyes were lined with tears. “Damnit, Myla. I was afraid. I thought that you would take yourself down with Eclipse! Yeah, what she said is horrible, but so what?”

“I came here because my magic is dark magic,” Myla said. “There’s nothing wrong with that. But back home, on Tides…it was a problem. Tides isn’t a witch realm. I was a freak. So I came here. But here I’m a freak because I’m royalty.”

“I don’t care about that!” Trish shouted. “I thought you were going to die. I couldn’t deal with that kind of loss.”

Nele woke in the school nurse’s office. Zaera was off to the side. Nele didn’t know if she was awake, or dead, or sleeping. Nele just didn’t want to deal with that. She didn’t know how everything was going.

She was worried about Riquora. That was her concern. She was worried. She wanted it to be ok now. She wanted that.

Nele relaxed. Inside herself, further inside than where her magic was, she felt a small spark. She didn’t know it, but it could cross the planets. It would cross the universe, faster than she, the fairy of speed, ever could. It was more instant than her sister’s portals.

It was still there. She relaxed. She could feel it going through herself and her sister. They’d be ok.

When Zol came, he saw that Yci was there, still asleep. He looked around and saw that Ozay, Astoria, Daphne, Riquora, and Xanra were awake. He looked at the rest of the sleeping party. Kadj wasn’t there, he noted.

Zol would ask what happened later. When he had the heart.

Riquora was staring outside. Her eyes had a glassy expression. Xanra walked over to her.

“Are you okay?”

“Yes,” she lied. “I just want to go home.”

“I know. We all do.”

Xanra ran his hand through his hair.

“We’ll be home soon,” he said. He wasn’t sure if it was true.

He looked at Riquora. Strangley, he felt numb. Empty. Worthless? Worth everything?

He closed his eyes. “I’m sorry.”

“Why?”

“Because…” he didn’t know what to say. He just wanted to apologize for not being able to help her.

Riquora looked at him. “I’ll survive. This’ll be fine. It’ll fix itself. Don’t apolagize. Wait until you did something to me. It’ll be ok.”

Alfea. Home. Whatever. Zaera. Pacing. Waiting. Scared. Uncertain.

Ship. Landing. Sero. Running. Getting them. From the ship. Helping them. Zaera. Staring. From her balconey. Daphne walking out. Looking at her. Tears in Daphne’s eyes. No.

Zaera stood there. Not moving, having no need to. She stood there, waiting until they came. It was too fast, she figured.

“Zaera.”

Zaera turned. They were there. Almost everyone. She hadn’t expected that many to survive. She hadn’t expected that. Restrio flew over to her.

“It’s ok, Zaera.”

Zaera looked at them. She turned to the window, letting tears come quietly. It was all quiet.

Quiet.

Silent.

Peaceful?

Lies.

Disturbed.

Zaera felt that. She knew that it wasn’t ok.

“Look at us!”

They looked and saw Darkar. He stood up.

“We’re acting like the sorriest bunch of losers I’ve ever seen!”

They’d all heard the story of what happened.

“Kadj is dead.” Yci breathed. “It’s not ok.”

“No, it’s not. But I don’t think he’s dead.”

Xanra raised an eyebrow.

“I know you’ll think I’m crazy, but Daphne and Yci both said that Congeal absorbed Kadj into her, right?”

Yci nodded.

“By magic.”

“Your point?”

“I’m just saying that, if she didn’t kill him by magic, wouldn’t that mean that he’s inside her?”

Yci looked dumbly at Darkar.

Daphne’s eyes widened.

“He’s not dead!” Darkar looked up. “We can still find him, I’m certain. Maybe not now, because we’re not strong enough now, but isn’t it enough that we can? Magic can be undone, so long it’s not death. It might be hard to break, but it’s not impossible! It’ll work!”

Yci looked up. She couldn’t believe it. But it had to work! It had to be true! It was true! Darkar was right! She could make it work!

Tears didn’t come. She was afraid if she started crying, she’d never stop. Inside, Yci was crying. Harder than ever. But this would work! She’d save her brother! She would, because this was her fault! Kadj had taken the fall for her.

“Yes,” Yci stood. “It’ll have to be true. It was magic. And magic will be able to undo it. I’ll look until the ends of the universe, and I will find a way to make it work.”

Daphne stood. “Yes.”

“I’ll help, too,” Astoria said. Yci was relieved that she had support, so she didn’t notice the guilty look on Astoria’s face, or question why someone who hated her would help her.

They have experienced their first loss. The Nymph Fairy will, eventually, parish, as is the destiny of those whose magic intertwines with Nymphs. Her five Guardians will suffer, but because they are not directly involved with Nymph magic, they shall not endure the loss she will go through. It will be better for them, but never the same.

Is anyone still there? I miss you guys, with your awesome reviews. I’m sorry I haven’t been updating, but I can’t.

Yes, there will be a sequel. And what’s with this stuff at the end? A) to bring you guys back for the sequel, and B) so that I have a plot to work off of.

Please tell me if you think this is a really crappy ending- I’m going to put an epilogue for certainly, but this is what I’m putting now. This story is almost done. Pleasepleasepleaseplease review~

Remember: Reviews make the world go round. Spread the love. Leave a review.

This entry was posted in WinX Club Hentai Stories and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.