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It all begins now: part 1It all begins now: part 1 by KabutoNosebleed
everything had seemed to calm down in the sound village,
ever sense Orochimaru had taken Sasuke over to his side, and Naruto had finally gave searching for him a rest to go train with the toad sage Jiraiya, it had only been about one year sense then when something was happening over in the village hidden in the sound.
in Kabuto's lab, the young medic was at work, He had notes spread out all over His desk and He was looking over them while working with herbs and potions over on a table, mixing things and trying to create new and more affective medicine's when he heard a knock at his door by a fellow sound ninja as he spoke
"Kabuto, you are summoned by Lord Orochimaru, I will take My leave now"
as the ninja vanishes into thin air, Kabuto stood up fixing his hair and clothes a bit before leaving, without even noticing it, the boy was making sure He looked decent before facing his Lord. finally arriving at Orochimaru's door he knocks a bit before walki
The Longest Road ch.10 The hopeThe Longest Road ch.10 The hope by Kitsune1978
The Longest Road
~Chapter 10. The hope~
It's been ten days since Gaara didn't show up in the hut, and Temari wondered if he was gone for good. Actually, she had no idea if he would listen to them, or he would just come back one day to wipe them off. Whatever he would do, they had to inform the Kazekage. Kankurō agreed with her on that, and she ended up walking up and down the sand dunes again, dragging herself towards the village she learned to detest. She didn't want to think about how Gaara must have felt about Suna but those unwelcome thoughts were still there, at the back of her mind. She could understand him better, now, when even the very sight of the cliffs protecting the village sparked an anger in her heart. She wasn't welcome there. She didn't belong there anymore. She was pushed away after everything she had done as a ninja for the village's sake.
Just like Gaara.
Temari ground her teeth, and told herself to calm down. She couldn't afford facing the Kazeka
The Longest Road ch.9 The decisionThe Longest Road ch.9 The decision by Kitsune1978
The Longest Road
~Chapter 9. The decision~
The monster in a human form was sitting high on a cliff in the desert. Nobody knew why this canyon had been named Mouth of A Sandworm. They only knew it was a wasteland, a place avoided by everyone, where the desert's peaceful, soft outlines were replaced with strange, odious shapes of slowly eroding rocks and the wind howled like the lost souls tormented in Shinigami's stomach.
In other words, a perfect place for a monster.
Nobody knew why the monster had been named Gaara. Anyone who could explain it had been dead by then. The monster accepted his name because he had no other choice but he detested it deeply. It had always been a reminder of how his life exactly was; just learning how to accept the things he hated.
And now Gaara had to make a decision to accept another thing he hated.
He was mad at the village but it didn't particularly matter. He could try to destroy them all but since his father's death his greatest and the most terr
The Wrong Towel Kakashi x ReaderThe Wrong Towel Kakashi x Reader by VampireGodesNyx
“Step one completed, now moving on to phase two.” Wearing your darkest clothes, stepping lightly and keeping your breath as even as possible, you snuck into the dark, seemingly empty home. As you silently tiptoed through the house, a familiar sound caught your attention. Carefully creeping towards the sound, you perked up your ears and listened closer. The familiar sound turned out to be steamy, running water, and it was coming from the bathroom. This discovery could mean only one thing, he was here. Not expecting this at all, you quickly scurried out of the dimly lit bedroom and closed the door behind you. Though it would have been wise for you to leave the house all together, you decided to instead, lie in wait for him to emerge.
After about ten minutes of waiting in the dark, you grew restless and bored. Unable to hear whether or not the water was running with the door completely shut, you cracked it open just enough for you to peek insid
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