AN: Well--here it is, my newest shabiki fiction that people have signed up for. I'm actually quite happy with the turnout this had. I've never had so many people sign up for one of my shabiki fictions before... Anyways, I know some people are still waiting to sign up but I'm going to be busy for the inayofuata couple of days, so I decided to start this story a tad bit early so I can get it out of the way. So--sorry for those who want to sign up but haven't yet, your character will be included in the inayofuata chapter. I hope wewe all enjoy this chapter.
Midna sighed and looked at the translucent stairs in front of her; contemplating one final time of whether au not she should really attend this "Alfea" au not. Her mother had insisted that she should go, not only to strengthen her powers, but to also socialize a bit. But--how was she supposed to socialize with the people of the light realm when they've probably never even heard of her realm?
She fiddled with the hem of her vazi and felt a nudge from behind her. She turned to see her mother standing there smiling lightly. "Go, wewe will regret it if wewe do not." Midna sighed and ran her fingers through her hair. "Why did I have a feeling that wewe were going to say that?" Her mother just raised an eyebrow at this response and nudged her closer to the stairs.
"Mother, are wewe sure about this? The girls there most likely have never even heard of the realm of Twilight." Midna mumbled, and her mother placed a hand on her shoulder. "Do not worry; when I had to travel to the realm of light, no one even noticed me. If they did, they didn't seem to surprised." Midna rolled her eyes and walked away from her mother's embrace.
"Things have changed, most girls these days don't live in the ngome town that experienced strange visitors daily. All of the people living in their worlds probably look like them. No one noticed you? But--than what's the point of me going?"
Her mother raised an eyebrow at her. "What do wewe mean?" Midna sighed and looked up at the mirror; gleaming and humming with life, awaiting the passenger that will travel through it. "If wewe want me to socialize, then what good will be my presence there if like wewe said, no one will notice me?"
Her mother sighed in frustration and gave her a kind and motherly look. "Listen to me; what I meant kwa that is that no one will notice your "different" looks. If they are mature girls, than they will accept wewe for who wewe are: a kind, brave and intelligent girl." Midna smiled at her mother's kind words, and finally decided that going to this school would be good for her.
She grabbed her small bag and flung it over her shoulder, hugging her mother tightly before disappearing into the light realm.
Alfea's grounds were coated in the light of the sun, as was it covered with the anxious freshman and students of Alfea. The sun reflected the gleaming pink tiles of the school and made every new girl that stepped through the arches to gasp in awe at the schools beauty.
One of those to be fully impressed with the school, was fifteen mwaka old Lolline. Her pink pigtails bounced up and down as she made her way towards the center of the grounds. "Wow, this place is really beautiful." She alisema in amazement. She skipped off in certain directions looking for something to do, au someone to talk to. She noticed a girl who seemed to be kwa herself, and decided to go and talk to her.
Lolline skipped her way towards the girl, a large smile plastered on her face. She noticed that the girl seemed to be paying no attention to her surroundings, and seemed zaidi preoccupied with her iPod. Lolline stopped in front of her and cocked her head to the side, her eyes lighting up. The girl didn't seem to notice her at first, and jumped when she looked up to find Lolline in front of her.
"Hi, my name's Lolline! What's yours?" She asked, her voice sweet and almost fake in sweetness. The girl flinched from the sweetness in her voice and took out her headphones. "My name is Kristina." She mumbled back, and took off her hood. "Oh, okay... are wewe a freshman?" Kristina sighed; she barely knew this girl and she was already getting annoyed kwa her. "Yes, I am a freshman." She didn't ask Lolline the question, because she already knew the answer; why else would a bubbly girl like her walk up to Kristina anyways if she wasn't a freshman?
"Oh my gosh, awesome! I'm a freshman too!" Lolline grinned broadly, but Kristina only managed a weak and awkward one. "I wonder what dorm I'll be in--I hope I'll get to share one with you!" Kristina inwardly flinched. This would be the last girl that she would like to have as a room mate. She wanted to stop talking to this Lolline, but she didn't want to seem rude about it. She needed a distraction....
"Oh look, it seems the headmistress is making an announcement. I'm pretty positive that we should go over there." Kristina nudged her head in the direction she was talking about and Lolline's head followed suit. "Oh, yeah, totally! Let's go." She grinned and skipped off towards where the other students were assembling. Kristina sighed in relief after Lolline left and made her way towards where the students were standing.
Glitter made her way awkwardly towards the large group of students, her eyes darting around trying to take in her surroundings. She had never seen so many people in one place and frankly, it was making her extremely nervous and self-conscious. "This Miss Faragonda better hurry up with this speech... all these people in one place, I do not like."
She saw the headmistress, an old woman with white hair, make her way up on the stage and clear her throat. "Welcome to Alfea my newest fairies, and the old. So, as usual we will assign wewe all dorms and wewe each will ripoti there as soon as wewe receive a number." She smiled and started announcing names.
Glitter bit her lip and started to hop up and down slowly. She needed to know her dorm as quickly as possible; all of this was too much for her. She payed attention only to the voice of Faragonda and blocked everything else out. Finally, she heard her name; "Glitter of Roachitia, wewe will be in a dorm with Rochelle Vivian Carter of Mars, and Midna Twili of the Twilight Realm."
Glitter released a breath she didn't know she had been holding. She grabbed hold of her bag and almost dropped it when she saw a bright yellow light engulf it and soon fade out. She raised her eyebrow and looked down at her bag. The only change on it was there was a bright yellow tag on the strap, and written in black letters was; Glitter of Roachitia: Room 214, West Wing, Third Floor.
She smiled lightly as this intriguing form of magic and picked up her bag, heading towards the large school and began searching for her dorm.
Rochelle made her way up the stairs and her eyes darted around the school. "Where is the heck is room 214? I've never even heard of the west wings third floor!" She hissed and began speed walking looking in all directions for a staircase that could lead to her dorm. Rochelle was paying so much attention looking for a way up, that she didn't notice where and what she could run into.
"Ouf! Watch where you're going!" She hissed, and picked up her stuff giving the evil-eye to a skittish looking girl. She flinched and suddenly felt a twang of guilt; the poor thing looked so out of place and nervous about being here, Rochelle suddenly felt very bad for yelling at her.
"Oh, I-I'm sorry..." The young girl mumbled. Rochelle shook her head and picked up the girls bag. "No, it's me who should be sorry. I'm sorry I ran into wewe and I'm sorry I snapped at you." Rochelle smiled and the girl smiled back lightly. "Do wewe kwa any chance know where room 214 is?" Rochelle's eyes widened and she smirked at this. "That's the dorm that I happen to be in--but the answer would be no. That's what I was so intense on looking for before I ran into you."
The girl chuckled softly and Rochelle stuck her hand out, making the girls large green eyes wander to it. "My name's Rochelle, but wewe can call me Rocky. What's your name?"
"My names Glitter, nice to meet wewe Rochelle." Glitter smiled and gripped hold of Rochelle's hand, shaking it firmly. "Well Glitter, since we're in the same dorm, why don't we go looking for it together?" Glitter's mood changed instantly at this, she smiled broadly and nodded her head 'yes' rather quickly. "Well than it's settled." Rochelle sniffed and began to lead the way towards their dorm--where ever that may be.
Rochelle Vivian Carter
Midna couldn't believe that the mirror had teleported her into some forest, and not the school. Not only was she late for orientation, but she was also hopelessly lost. "Stupid mirror..." She hissed, and began making her way to the school kwa foot.
Though she was furious about the situation, she was actually thankful for it transporting her here into these woods; it gave her time to herself to further observe the realm of light. She had to admit that her mother was right about it being beautiful, but it could never juu Twilight. There certainly were a lot zaidi noises here than her home. There were birds chirping, water running, wind howling and trees rustling.
It also gave her time to think of the pros and cons of going to this school. A few good things: she would meet new people, expend her abilities in magic and get to share her culture with others. Cons: people could make fun of her, ignore her completely. She sighed and was about to turn right when she heard a large boom erupt from several feet in front of her. She raised her eyebrow at the sudden noise and began walking in the direction to figure out what was causing it.
After walked a few feet and moving a few branches she came across a surprising sight; a fairy with long brown hair in a pink outfit was fighting another girl. But this one, had long green hair and was wearing a black outfit and she floating without the use of wings.
Chimera De Nile
"Leave me a long wewe vile witch! I haven't done anything to you!" The fairy hissed, making the witch grin and laugh evilly. "Well--you simply existing is a problem to me, and all of Cloudtower. wewe vichimbakazi are a waste of space and power." She snarled back, making the fairy blast a strong gust of air at her.
"You think that's supposed to stop me?" The witch snapped and a crooked grin spread across her face, her hair whipping through the air and soon--hissing?
The fairy flew back quickly at the sound of the hissing and the witch grinned. "What's wrong? Scared?" She laughed, and blasted her with a powerful blast of dark purple magic. The fairy screamed and fell to the ground in a heap.
Midna was becoming zaidi and zaidi anxious kwa the minute; she should help this poor girl, but she also didn't want to get involved. What if this witch had a good reason of harming this girl? That's when she shook her head 'no'. "No one deserves to get severely harmed, not even for the worst of crimes." She gathered up her courage and stepped out of the woods and into the clearing.
"Hey, wewe up there!" She hissed, making the witch whirl around and focus her attention of Midna. "Well well, looks like one of your little fairy Marafiki have come to help you." She smirked down at the other girl and proceed to attack Midna. "Can wewe please inform me as to why you're attack this girl?" Midna snapped, making the witch burst out laughing. "I have every right to attack her. Don't wewe know that vichimbakazi and witches are enemies?" Midna rolled her eyes at this childish response. "Just because wewe two do not like each other, doesn't mean wewe both can go an attack each other at bila mpangilio like animals!" Midna hissed back, making the girls hair hiss once more.
"Think you're so smart do you? Well, maybe you'll think twice of pissing off a witch!" The witch snarled, and blasted another beam of purple energy at Midna. Midna closed her eyes and instantly disappeared behind her in a flash of black. The witch whirled around and had a confused look plastered on her face. "How did wewe do that?" Midna smirked. "What, this?" She vanished again and appeared under the witch. Her hair hissed again and she fired another beam.
Midna vanished once again behind her and blasted the witch with a bright pink energy ball. "OW! Damn that stings..." She mumbled, rubbing her side and firing a purple smog up at her. Midna vanished once again and moved her hands in different motions, soon creating a large bubble of Twilight around her. The witch got engulfed in it as well and her eyes went wide at what she saw.
Their surroundings were changed completely; the sky was a dark tan and black, and the birds were replaced kwa these huge black wanyama with horrid heads. There were no trees what-so-ever and the water that was near them was now blurry black and pink.
"Where am I?!" She shrieked, making Midna smirk. "You're in the world where I live, now, if wewe say you'll go back to where ever it is wewe alisema wewe came from, than I will release you,"
"Chimera, my name is Chimera--and yeah, I swear I'll leave. Just let me out of here!" She shrieked, jumping and flying out of the way when one of the horrible birds flew towards her. Midna nodded, and made the Twilight vanish, Chimera plopping unto the ground. She scurried off near the trees and got up, dusting herself off. "You have some seriously messed up powers, but if wewe ever try doing that again in my turf--they'll be some serious problems." And with that, she was gone in a flash.
Midna suddenly felt a small tap on her shoulder, and she turned around to face the fairy that she had saved. "I want to thank wewe for saving me. I don't know what would have happened if wewe didn't come along." Midna smiled, glad to have helped this girl. "I'm glad to have helped. What's your name?"
"My name's Alysa, what's yours?"
"My name is Midna. It's nice to meet wewe Alysa." Alysa smiled, and finally realized something; her skin was blue... She could feel her eyes go wide for a sekunde but she caught herself from looking surprise before it was too late. "So, it seems wewe were in the process of heading to Alfea before that Chimera girl attacked you--am I right?" Alysa nodded quickly. "Yes, were wewe heading there?" Midna nodded 'yes' and Alysa smiled brightly. "Awesome, we can walk there together!"
"I'd like that." And together, the two vichimbakazi made their way to Alfea; the last to arrive, and certainly the ones with the best excuse as to why.