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The Ninja Story 5Beyond the gates of Konoha, was a long pathway, with surrounding forests on either side of the path. Where it went, how long it was, what was beyond here, neither of them knew at all. The hour of twilight was slowly descending in, just on the verge of surrounding the world in its light and shadow. Signaling the end of the day. It was of course, quite worrisome. Now that they didn't know what to do, and were certain they wouldn't find shelter for a while. It was beginning to get to the point where they almost turned back and went to Konoha.
But they pressed on. They had wanted to get out of there without suspicion, and now they had. For what seemed like hours, even if it had been only about twenty minutes or so, they walked and walked, barely speaking a word to each other, just getting on their way to get out of there. Now was the time to find their way home, even if it would take them all night.
Still, how would they even get there? That was a question still hanging in the air. As well
The Ninja Story 4"So then, come out with it, where are you kids from?" Kiba finally asked.
"We're from Hillwood." Said Arnold. "It's in Washington State."
The Inuzuka teen looked at him with confusion. "Where's that? I don't remember seeing a place like that before."
"P-Perhaps...it's...beyond...here....?" Hinata guessed.
"Hey don't worry, I'm just as confused as you guys are!" Naruto chimed in. "Still, sounds like a pretty neat place! What's it like?"
"It's a small city, just outside the countryside." Arnold explained. "But it's pretty big, and it has a lot to offer. Helga and I, we go to school together and often play baseball with our friends and classmates."
"Baseball?" Orivia said, and looked back at the two of them. "Base...ball? I never heard of that. What is baseball?"
Arnold was beginning to wonder why they seemed so confused about this. It was as if they were living under a rock. They had to have some form of entertainment or information retention, right? Or were ninjas really so busy? Were t
Scavenger PuzzleIt was all a matter of attitude. There was no reality, only perception.
Today on this very day, it was no different.
A day that went back so many years, and seemed to have lost all meaning to some people, who constantly whine and bitch either about being single, or just plain crappy about the Holiday itself. Then again, who needs depression-inducing people like them when they can't appreciate what they do have?
Some even called it "Single Awareness Day".
Casana Kusabana, though a single girl and yearning for someone's affection, never let it bother her. She knew, that even if she couldn't enjoy it completely now, she definitely would in the future. After all, Valentine's Day wasn't just about romantic lovers. It was showing all of your loved ones, your partner, friends, family, that you loved them. She did just that, and also, guiltily, enjoyed the candies and chocolates.
Now today, she just felt really lonely. All of her friends were busy, her parents weren't around t
R-NLD 9The silence of the old boarding house's interior was then shattered when the large door was opened, with some water and wind blowing in from the mad hurricane outside. Two soaking wet figures came inside, one of them shutting the door behind them.
Helga coughed, wiping her eyes as she lifted her HUD visor goggle onto her head, trying to get rid of the water and dust that had gotten all over. She sneezed.
"Are you all right?" Arnold asked in concern, lifting his goggles up on his head.
"Yeah...yes, I'm fine." Helga said, nodding her head. She looked around the rough and tough interior, and then up at the stairs. "...Where are we?"
"Come on upstairs. This is my home." Arnold said, leading the way up the stairs.
Puzzled, Helga followed up after him, and came up into his room. She watched as he took off his gloves, and then took a remote, turning on all kinds of lights and Christmas lights of every colour. She looked around in amazement at his room, taking in all the sights. Shelves upon s
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