… take in the false moonlight…
My mind says that I'm not supposed to take in the light.
But my heart tells me that the light is what I truly desire.
Closer than being next to me.
Carly reached over and turned the shower knob to stop the warm water. She curled up into a little ball and allowed her body to relax in the comforting temperature of the water.
She suddenly flushed after remembering the events of this morning. She splashed the water with her hands. Some of the water flew out of the bath tub.
Kyahh! What was with me this morning?! Why was my heart racing like that? Carly covered her face with her wet hands trying to cool her face down but since her hands were warm from the water, the temperature of her face didn't go down at all. Carly frowned sadly.
An image of Jack's smirk suddenly resurfaced in Carly's consciousness. Her face turned redder. She shook her head violently. No! Ahh! Stop reappearing in my head like that! Ahh! I don't like you like that! She convinced herself.
Besides… Carly breathed out. He already has a girlfriend… a pretty one too…
Carly's eyes went wide. E-e-eh?! Why am I feeling jealous?! I'm not jealous! I'm happy! I helped out a suffering relationship with my knowledge!
Once Carly finally succeeded in removing the image of Jack smirking at her, it suddenly came back.
She raised her hands, frantically trying to push the image away and out of her head. "Ahhh! Go away! Shoo!"
"Oi! How long are you going to stay in there?!" Jack yelled from the other side of the bathroom door. Carly yelped, her heart pounding so loudly that she wouldn't be surprised if Jack could hear it from the outside.
Carly reached over and grabbed her bath towel, carefully stepping out of the bath tub. "I'm getting out no—Ahhh!" she screamed after slipping on the slippery tile floor with her wet feet and started falling backward until she grabbed something nearby to stop her fall. She didn't want anymore brain damage from constantly falling and tripping over things. She grabbed the towel rack that was beside her and landed painfully on her butt resulting in a loud thud!
Better her butt than her head, she thought.
"What happened?!" Jack yelled. He proceeded into turning the knob. Carly saw the door knob turn, she stared in horror. She raised her free hand towards the door. "No! Don't come in! I'm fine!" she cried, praying that Jack wouldn't come in. She would be horrified if he saw her like this. Carly would rather die than have Jack Atlas see her naked.
"You sure you're fine? The crash I heard didn't sound like you're fine." He stated.
Carly slowly got up, fighting the stabbing sharp pain on her butt from taking a fall like that, and wrapped the towel around her. She was sure, completely positive that the next day, she would find a large, unflattering bruise on her butt. Oh, that will hurt a lot when she would sit down…
"Yea, I'm fine. Don't worry! I just slipped!" she reassured, her heart pounding loudly and madly, like it would leap out of her chest any second.
"Absolutely!" she chirped, trying to make her voice sound believable that she didn't need his help.
"You're completely hopeless… If you faint later, I'm not helping you…"
Carly listened to hear Jack's footsteps echoing down the hallway. Once she heard nothing, she let out a giant sigh of relief.
"T-th-that… was too close," Carly exhaled heavily.
Carly stared at the TV with a blank expression. There was absolutely nothing on to watch, and plus she was alone; Jack had gone in to take a shower. She blushed after remembering her accident in the bathroom and was once again relieved that he didn't come in. What unbelievable luck and bad luck. She flipped through channels, hoping that she'll find something worth watching. She stopped at the news channels when a headline came up and caught her eye.
"Man attacked by Dark Signers"
Carly heard the bathroom door click open, meaning that Jack had finished his shower. "J-Jack! Come over here!" she called. He over to her, shirtless. Carly looked over and her face turned completely red, even coloring her ears and neck.
"J-J-Ja-Jack!" she whipped her head in the opposite direction. "W-w-wh-what a-are you d-doing?! P-please put s-some c-clothes o-on o-or s-som-something!"
He stared at her. "What are you talking about? I have clothes on, idiot"
"I-I'm t-talking a-about…" she couldn't even speak anymore so instead so pointed at his chest with a shaky and red finger.
"You told me to come over here so I didn't have the chance. What did you want to show…" He trailed off as he turned to the TV, the headline also catching his attention, Carly then followed suit but couldn't pay any attention to the TV when Jack was standing next to her without a shirt on. Her blushed didn't go away.
"The victim was a thirty year old man. He barely survived with multiple shots in the chest and in the leg. It was also reported that there was a bullet that nearly hit his heart. The man is currently being hospitalized. This shows that the Dark Signers are still on the loose. Their current hideout is unknown. Though most of their members have been found and arrested, but there is still quite a few left…"
"Maybe I should report this to Mikage." Carly turned around when her face was less red.
"She's a detective working on the case involving the Dark Signers."
Carly jumped. "E-eh?! Really?" she gasped. "She doesn't look like one…"
"That's because she's suppose to gather information secretly. It's more effective that way."
"Oh… I see… Does Mikage tell you about the Dark Signers?" Jack nodded. " Oh! So that's why you know so much about Dark Signers…" Jack nodded once again.
"Jack, what do you want for dinner tonight?" Carly asked, wiping the table with a wet cloth.
It's been two weeks since Jack came to Carly's house and everything's been fine. Correction: It's been a very, very long two weeks…
Who knew how difficult it would to have Jack as a guest at her house? He treated her house like it was a hotel, throwing his stuff everywhere, thinking that Carly was his maid, made Carly cook complicated meals for him and didn't even bothered to stay and help her clean up, he used up all her toilet paper in just a couple of days, used all the hot water, used up most of her remaining money, ate everything, like everything in site, and even drank her special, expensive instant tea she got as a gift from a friend. It was hard to believe how she didn't kick him out yet.
But even so, somehow, Carly had grown somewhat used to having Jack in her home, but at times it was still hard to believe that she, Carly Nagisa, was basically hiding a guy in her own home. But it was rather exciting, like an adventure. Everyday has never been a boring day, no matter how unreasonable Jack was being that day, and she was starting to like and learn more about him. It was almost like they were kind of like friends, depending on his mood.
After that thought entered Carly's head, she flushed.
"I'm going out with Mikage tonight so you don't need to make dinner for me…" he said annoyed. It has been of goal of Carly's to try and mend Jack and Mikage's relationship. By this time, she was already aware that his relationship with Mikage wasn't the best. It didn't take a genius to figure that out. Even though Jack didn't talk about her that much, she could see it on his face, no matter how hard he tried to hide it. She just had a skill to be able to tell what kind of Jack was in and how to adapt to it.
Carly wanted to make him happy that he was going out to eat.
"Really? Where are you going to eat?" she chirped.
"Some French restaurant Mikage always wanted to go… I think she said it was called—"
"Le Petit Village?!" Carly cried, cutting Jack off. "You're going to Le Petit Village for dinner?!"
He looked at her, shocked. "You've been there before?"
Carly clasped her hands together. "I mere commoner like myself can only dream of going to a place as high-class as that! Last time I planned on eating there, I couldn't even afford the parking ticket and all the other places where I could've parked my car were filled!"
"That's pathetic…" Jack stated straightforwardly, fixing his shirt.
"I know! I guess I'll never get a chance to eat there," she lightly laughed.
"Do you want to come?"
Carly froze. Did she hear right? "Y-you're asking me… t-to go with you?!"
It couldn't be right? Her ears were definitely playing tricks on her. Jack Atlas would never waste his time asking someone like her to come along with him and eat at the fanciest restaurant in probably the entire world. She was positive that Jack was aware that Mikage will definitely not be happy at all, no that is just an understatement; she'll probably murder Carly in her sleep if she tagged along. Ever since Jack showed up at her house, they didn't spend as much time together as Mikage would've liked. Carly was aware of that. Le Petit Village was a popular and famous restaurant for (rich) couples to go for dinner, so it was probably best to decline Jack's offer. But then again, she wanted to go. Ever since that attempt to go, it has been a dream of hers to one day eat there.
It was still kind of unbelievable that he actually wanted her to come along.
"I'm afraid of what I'm going to come home to if I leave you alone," he plainly said. Carly's heart dropped. She lightly scratched the back of her head.
She softly laughed, trying to make this conversation more like a joke. "oh…" she quickly her expression. "I see!"
"So do you want to come or not? If you're not, I'm leaving…"
"Stop! No! No! I want to come!" Carly cried, stopping Jack dead in his tracks. This may her one and only chance to go to Le Petit Village (and have Jack pay for all the food they had, payback for all the money he made her spend). She could pick the most expensive item on the menu and have Jack pay for it all. Oh, how fun that'll be. She could've cared less if Mikage was going to eat her face or not. She was going to take that chance!
Carly dashed upstairs to get ready for her first dinner out to a fancy restaurant. This day will definitely stay with her forever!
Carly came out and started to dance in the hallways all the way to the living room. Jack stared annoyed.
"If you're going to dance like that at the restaurant, you can forget about me bringing you along…" Jack snarled. His face dropped. "What the hell are you wearing?"
Carly looked at him. "Well excuse me! As you can see, I am poor. This is the only decent thing I own!" she cried.
She wore a really plain and tacky baby blue grown that didn't even look like it fitted her right. It looked really unflattering on her. The grown was long that it went to the floor. When she would walk, she would be dragging the dress along. Jack wouldn't be surprised at all if she stepped on her dress and fell. It was very likely that something like that will happen. The more he thought about it, the less he wanted her to come along, but it would be entertaining to see how she would embarrass herself in front of the rich people who will be also having dinner there.
"Whatever, just hurry up."
"O-okay!" Carly picked up the sides of her dress and followed Jack out the door, excited. She couldn't help but smile.
"Would you please wipe that foolish looking star-stuck gaze? It's annoying" Jack huffed.
Jack and Carly stepped inside and once Carly laid her eyes on the inside of the restaurant, it was like she died and had gone to expensive heaven. The place was absolutely beautiful, filled with even more beautiful people laughing. Everything shined and sparkled. Chandeliers with unique and exquisite design hung off the elaborate ceiling. Each chandelier had a beautiful delicate and fine detail to it. Each table had a clean white cloth draped over it with a gold border sewn on with flower-like designs coming out of the borders. The carpet was completely clean and was a vivid red.
"It's. So. Beautiful~~!" she sang. "It's even prettier than I imaged!" Jack could've swore that he saw tears rolling down her cheek.
"You look like such a fool."
"It's like heaven!" she chirped, outstretching her arms, taking in the beauty of the restaurant, ignoring Jack's insult. He looked over and saw Mikage sitting in a corner. He roughly grabbed Carly's arm and pulled her away and walked, more like stomped his way, towards Mikage who was dress in an elegant and simple dark navy gown. It was obvious that she took a lot of time to get ready.
Mikage looked over and her eyes shined and glowed once she laid her eyes on Jack. She then noticed a figure trailing behind her date. And just like Carly predicted, Mikage was not happy at all. She had recognized her as the girl who was in Jack's car when they went on that date couple weeks ago. Why was that girl here? Mikage wanted to know. Jealously bubbled deep inside her. She didn't hesitate in displaying her dislike in the dark hair girl and immediately sent a death glare towards her. Carly looked to the side and noticed the cold and dark look Mikage gave her. She gulped, started to regret her decision in tagging along.
Went they got to the table he threw Carly into the seat across from Mikage and grabbed an extra chair nearby and plopped down right next to Carly. Mikage gritted her teeth.
"Atlas-sama! What is that thing doing here?!" Mikage questioned, standing up, pointing at Carly.
Carly looked over, feeling offended. "Hey! I'm not a thing!" she said.
"What are you doing here?" she questioned.
"Jack invited me!" Carly proudly stated. Jack groaned.
"J-Jack? You commoners have no manners at all…" she accused. She turned to Jack, pouting. "Atlas-sama, I thought this was going to be a romance date between the two of us… why did you invite her to come along when you were clearly aware of that? I thought you said she was nothing!"
Those words were like needles and Carly felt her heart drop. She didn't know that Jack had said such a thing about her. She could feel that she wasn't going to fully enjoy this experience as she thought.
Carly picked up the menus that laid in front of each person. "Oh come on! Hurry, hurry, let's order something delicious to eat!" she smiled. Mikage sat back down and Jack just sighed and picked up the menu. He had to thank Carly later, if she hadn't said anything, he was sure that Mikage was going to throw a fit.
Carly stared hard at the menu. She licked her lips and furrowed her eyebrows together, tightly clutching the menu. Oh crap, I have no idea what any of these dishes are! Why is everything written in French?!
She looked over the menu and saw Mikage calmly looking over the menu, trying to ignore the fact that the girl that she hated was sitting directly across from her next to her boyfriend.
I can't ask Mikage for help. She hates me. She'll probably chuck her menu at my face…
Carly then shifted her eyes to Jack who seemed to have no trouble at all, just looking at the dishes the restaurant offered with a bored look, like he wanted to be somewhere else at the moment.
I can't ask Jack either… I… just can't… besides, he'll probably just make fun of me…
She then looked back to her own menu, covering her frustrated face with the large pages of the menu.
"Are you ready to order?" a kind voice called out, appearing right next to Carly, scaring her when she was so absorbed in her thoughts. She jumped and let out a yelp.
Carly looked at the table, embarrassed, a nervous look evident on her face.
"Cargolade" Mikage told the waitress. Carly started to panic.
"Potjevlesch" Jack said in a stoic tone.
Carly hid her face behind the menu, hoping the waitress would not notice her and go on to deliver the orders to the chief.
But Carly was not so lucky.
"So, what would you like miss?" the lady bent down, looking at Carly right through the menu. Carly brought the menu down and looked at the waitress. She smiled at her.
"Um…" Carly started to flush. She had no idea what any of the food items in the menus were or what Jack and Mikage ordered. She knew she had to say something. It was embarrassing that she didn't know what she wanted. She just wanted to go dug a hole to hide in.
"Um…" she repeated. The waitress stood in front of Carly, waiting patiently for her to say what she wanted to eat. Carly glanced over and saw Mikage with a grin, clearly enjoying Carly royally screw up in front of Jack. She furrowed her brows together.
"She would like the Boeuf Bourguignon," Jack said from Carly's right, holding the menu towards the waitress. She nodded and quickly jotted down the order and collected the menus. Carly turned to Jack with a shocked look. Mikage's jaw slightly dropped. Jack sat comfortably in his seat.
"J-j-jack!" Carly cried. "How… wh-why…?"
He leaned back in his chair. "The look on your face was so obvious. I could tell you needed help…"
Carly blushed. She wasn't aware that her nervousness was so apparent. "But, how did you know what I would've wanted?"
"Boeuf Bourguignon is a dish that's basically beef stewed in red wine." He stated like he knew everything about French cuisine. Carly was amazed by Jack's knowledge. "You like beef don't you?"
Carly nodded her head. "Y-yes! Thank you…"
Jack said nothing and just unfolded his napkin.
"Mmmm~ This is soo good!" Carly smiled, placing a hand to her cheek, it was the best dish she ever had. As expected from a restaurant like this.
"What else would you expect from a restaurant this famous? Of course it would be good."
Carly didn't take Jack's comment too seriously. She simply brushed it aside. "But it's so good! I can't even describe how incredible it is! There's so much flavor!" she said, sounding like a child. "Do you want to try some?"
Mikage who was calmly taking a sip of her water, coughed and choked violently, nearly falling out of her chair after hearing Carly offer her food to Jack like what a typical couple would do; what Mikage hoped to do tonight. She grabbed her napkin and wiped her mouth, then slammed her hand down along with the napkin.
"What are you doing?!" Mikage screamed.
Carly looked over to her, confused. "Oh I'm sorry," Mikage calmed down a bit. "… would you like to try some too?" she asked innocently, not understanding why she was suddenly so mad.
"No, I don't!"
"Oh... okay…" Carly turned to Jack. "Are you sure? It's probably be a while until your food comes since there's a lot of people today"
"No, I'm fine. I can wait—" A sudden loud growl came from Jack's stomach. Carly tried to keep face, trying everything to stop herself at laughing out loud. She bit her lip, tried to think of things that weren't so funny, it was no use. Carly burst out in laughter, filling the rather quiet restaurant with her loud cheerful laughter, her face coloring pink, matching Jack's embarrassed blush.
"I—" Carly couldn't even form sentences now, it was too funny. She never saw a time when Jack lost face like now. It was just so rare and so un-Jack-like to be embarrassed. He usually wore a stoic mask. Now was like a once in a million chance to see him like this, flustered and embarrassed.
Carly wiped a stay tear, calming down from her laugh fit. She had a hand over her stomach since it started to hurt from all her laughing. "You know, I can share my Boeuf Bou—whatever— if you're so hungry." She mocked him, clearly enjoying this.
"Shut up!" he shouted, trying to remain calm and collected like before. "I don't need your damn food—" another growl surfaced. Carly continued laughing. Jack yelled at her again to shut up but she didn't listen.
"Would you just shut up?!"
Carly stopped laughing. She looked over to an enraged Mikage who was currently shooting out death glares to both of them.
"What's wrong Mikage?"
"You're asking what's wrong? Why am I the third-wheel when you're obviously the third-wheel here?! Why are you so close to Jack when I'm his girlfriend? Why are you even here? You ruined everything!"
Carly gripped her dress, trying to keep her emotions in check. Mikage gasped a bit after realizing the harsh words that had came out. Half of her didn't mean to be that cruel, but the other half was satisfied. But still, that feeling of regret didn't leave.
Carly got up. "I'm sorry for causing a disturbance…" she said quietly to Mikage and Jack. "Please excuse me…" Carly left the table, with her food still warm on the table, unfinished. Mikage watched her leave, somewhat glad that Carly left. She sat back down but sensed something wrong. She looked over at Jack.
He got up. Mikage frowned. "I'm also leaving…"
"W-why? I just wanted Carly to leave… you don't have to leave… I don't want you to…" Mikage begged Jack to stay with her, but it seems that he wasn't going to listen.
"How the hell is she going to get home, Mikage? She can't walk back home. I have to go," that came out harsher than Jack wanted. Mikage leaned back in her chair. He was so different. Different from before. She didn't like this Jack; he wasn't the one she knew. It was he was a completely different person; a complete stranger.
"What happened to you…," Mikage looked away. "It's like you changed… It's not like you to be like this…"
"I haven't changed," Jack stated firmly.
"Fine… go! I don't care…" she shouted back, trying to be tough, wishing for Jack comfort her. There were times when she couldn't control her emotions, what she was feeling. Why did she have to be like this? She wished that deep down inside Jack, he understood how she was, and that she doesn't mean every word she says. They just come out without a second thought. He took out a couple bills and slammed them down on the table. Jack had his pride, he had somewhat of a heart; he wasn't going to have Mikage pay the entire meal. She closed her eyes, waiting for him to come to her, to tell her that he was on her side.
Mikage opened her eyes and Jack was gone.
Carly walked quickly out the restaurant, hiding her tears, hiding her pain. She wanted to get away, far, far away from the restaurant. She didn't mean to be a bother to them, she was just curious of how the food tasted like. She couldn't blame Mikage, it was all her fault; her, her poor judgment, and Jack. Why did he even ask her to go with her when he knew it was supposed to be a date between him and Mikage? Did he plan this? Did she plan this? She imagined them back at the restaurant, laughing and having a good time now that she was gotten rid off.
Tonight was suppose to be a night to remember, the day were she could actually pretend to be someone else but her commoner and poor self. It was probably not meant to be. She couldn't be anyone else but herself. She should've tagged along, no matter if Jack asked or not. But she just couldn't say no to him. She'd never been able to, since the first time he showed up at her front door. That one simple word hasn't come out of her mouth since he started living there. Anything he asked her, anything he wanted, she would always give it to him. Why? She didn't understand.
She wiped the tears. She was truly foolish like Jack had kept telling her. Jack wasn't wrong, he was never wrong. He was Jack Atlas for crying out loud. He was too proud to be wrong, but that was what she liked about him, what she admired about him. He was so proud, so confident in himself that he'll succeed. He was everything she yearned to be, but wasn't. She was too weak; she didn't believe in herself at all, she just put herself down.
She wanted to be like him.
She released herself from her thoughts and slowed down. She looked up then at her wet skin. When had it started to rain? Why didn't she feel it until now?
She came to a complete stop when he grabbed her slick arm. He lightly tugged it. "Carly…" he repeated, but this time calmer, and softer. He looked to the sky. It looked like it was going to pour. "Come on, Carly. The car is back there," he pointed in the opposite direction. She felt more tears come. How stupid and typical of her, to have gone the wrong way home.
But she didn't know that was what Jack liked about her. How was she supposed to know? She gave off a friendly and comfortable aura.
"I'm sorry," she repeated, her voice hoarse from all the crying. She didn't mean for this to happen, she wanted Jack to know that. Wasn't she supposed to help Jack with his failing relationship? She was so disappointed in herself. She should've kept that in mind when he invited to her to come. It really was all her fault.
He started pulling her in the direction of the parking lot. "You don't have to apologize…"
"But it's all my fault."
"It's not your fault." He corrected her.
Carly stared out the passenger side window. Luckily they had made it in time before the rain really started going all out. She tried to focus on where they were going but the rain had made a cover over the window that made everything on the outside world unclear to her. Plus the water coming off the windshield wiper ran down her side of the window. All she saw were many, many streaks of water along with tiny droplets. It was nothing but gray. But even so, she couldn't take her eyes off the unique pattern it made.
She glanced over at the clock, trying to make it inconspicuous to Jack.
It read '8:05'. Strange, it wasn't that late, but she felt so tired and cold. Jack looked over and saw her shivering, probably from when she walked out in the rain. He reached for a jacket he remembered he had in the back seat. Once he found it, he threw it to a startled Carly. She looked at him, still wearing that blank expression, eyes concentrated on the winding road, then to the jacket and slipped it on without saying a word then resumed to staring out the window.
The entire car ride was silence. All was heard was the rain drumming and pouring noisily against the car. It was soothing and annoying at the same time, like Jack. It was like a soft melody. Carly felt her eyelids become heavier and heavier. Jack looked at the radio. He remembered the time, the beginning of this week, when they were going to buy something Carly needed, they were debating over the radio. Carly wanted the radio on, but Jack didn't want to listen to whatever songs she wanted, getting a feeling, a rather strong one, that he would not enjoy any of her song selections at all. He didn't want a headache, and didn't trust Carly all that much to drive his car after hearing the story with her car.
He slowly reached forward and pressed the button that turned on the radio. Soft singing filled the car. The singer's voice was soft and smooth. He stared at her back, then back on the road. The singing was so soft, neither of them could tell what was being sung, but that really didn't matter.
Carly let the calming and peaceful music fill her ears, soothing her. She felt her eyelids close, then snap open again. She pulled the jacket closer to her face, inhaling his scent that still lingered on it, relaxing her. She then closed her eyes and dozed off.
Carly woke up in her own bed for once, it was rather strange, but it was nice to be able to sleep in her own bed once in a while. But this time it felt more comfortable and relaxing. She rolled over, her head to the pillow, taking a big breath in, suddenly recognizing the smell. It was the same as the jacket she had over her. It smelled like Jack. She shot up, blushing, her hands in the air. She then looked at her arms and saw that she wasn't wearing the dress from last night, it was her blue sleepwear. She stared at what she was wearing and saw Jack's jacket over on a nearby chair.
It all came back to her.
She fell asleep in Jack's car on the way back after he gave her his jacket and played the radio. She turned her attention back on the clothes, pondering on how they got on her.
She froze. They weren't on before. Jack had probably carried her up here. Her dress was soaking wet from last night.
Jack rushed in, after hearing Carly's ear splitting scream. He pushed the door wide open. "What the hell was that?"
She looked over and saw him. She jumped then took the covers and hid underneath them, covering her herself so it looked like there was a large lump on the bed.
"Y-you're unbelievable!" Carly cried.
Jack stared at the large lump. "Huh?" He placed a hand over his forehead, moving it towards his hair, exhaling deeply. He calmed down after seeing that Carly was somewhat fine. He expected her to have fallen out of her bed or some other accident when he was running to the room. "What the hell are you talking about?"
A shaky finger came out of the covers, pointing at Jack. Even her hand was red. "D-do-don't act like you d-don't know!"
"You're making no sense, you're aware of that, right?"
She continued pointing at him, but her hand started to quiver and tremble. "Y-you sawww!" she cried.
"What are you going on about. I saw nothing"
"How can you not?!" she threw the heavy covers off, revealing a bright red face. "You changed me out of my wet clothes when I was asleep! How indecent of you!"
He stared at her like she was the biggest fool on earth. "You're unbelievable. You'd actually believe that I would do something like that?" he smirked. "You're so stupid. You changed yourself, you were like a zombie when I carried here."
"S-so you didn't see?" her face was still red. Now she was embarrassed for accusing something like that. It all started coming back to her, and she thought that it was all dream since the memory was blurry, due to her being half-asleep at the time.
"What do you think?"
Carly grabbed her pillow and chucked at Jack but missed. "Jack, you baka!"
Chapter o2 [END]
To Be Continued…
Disclaimer: I do not own Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's (if I did, I would make an entire episode or two devoted to right after Carly comes back to life and Jack finds her wondering if she remembers anything from when she was a Dark Signer and make the entire third arc about them~~ :D)
a/n: This is offically the longest chapter i've ever written yay~! and dramatic... a bit too much drama LOL. When i first typed this chapter... Mikage was too mean for my taste, so i revised her dialogue A LOT. But i like how it came out... the rain scene was a bit too dramatic for my taste though... but i find it important, so i kept it, and toned the dramatic-ness lol.
Is it just me, or am i the only one who's excited for this week's episode of 5D's (76)? XD i saw a screenshot of the preview on YouTube of Jack who looked frustrated and another one for the same preview (from a different person) of Carly who looked worried and upset, and immediately i though: "OMFGG! THIS IS THE LONG AWAITED EPISODE OF WHERE CARLY AND ALL THE DARK SIGNERS COME BACK AND JACK SEES HER AND REALIZES THAT SHE DOESNT REMEMBER ANYTHING AS A DARK SIGNER!"
I became disappointed when i clicked the video... but still looking forward to seeing Carly and Jack in action 3
I'm thinking of typing an one-shot of when they meet again after the Dark Signer business and add it to the collection of one-shots I'm working on.
Next Chapter: "You knew but you didn't tell me sooner." She said in a dark tone.