I'll Never Leave You Jack Frost was freezing and destroying Pitch Black's Nightmares left and right. He would fight until his last breath to save the world's children from fear and darkness, but he was losing energy quickly. He couldn't fight them off much longer, but he refused to give up. Stubborn determination colored his pale face as he fought on. All of a sudden, the nightmares stopped attacking. Jack grinned as pride filled him.
"You can't handle this, nightmares!" Jack hooted as he pounded the air with his staff triumphantly. It wasn't until then that he noticed the hot breath that tickled the hair on the back of his neck. Nice going, idiot. Jack scolded himself for not paying more attention as he whirled around to face Mor'du, the giant demon bear who had long lost his humanity. Mor'du opened his giant jaws and lunged before Jack could even react. Jack braced himself for the severing of his own head. Suddenly, a blur of blazing red hair whizzed into hi
Linked (Big Four Fan Fiction) Chapter 10 Jack and I were on our way to training when we heard screaming and loud voices from inside what Jack called "The Workshop." It was where North, the elves, and the Yetis worked on organizing Christmas. The whole cottage was part of the Workshop, but that giant room was specifically set aside for Christmas and Guardian purposes. I glanced at Jack and jerked my head over to the room. He nodded and together we approached the Workshop.
"He doesn't even recognize me, North! He doesn't believe me! My little brother doesn't even know who I am!" A voice I recognized as Wreav's, angry and broken, rose to heartbreaking levels. I tried to think about how I would I would react if I went home and my brothers didn't recognize me. My heart would shatter.
"This kind of thing doesn't just happen Wreav; you have to give it time." Tooth's voice chimed soothingly.
"Time? Tooth, I've waited alon