AN: So, this is my response to Bluegoo2's 100 one-shot challenge :) It's my first attempt ever at DP, so if you must flame, can you make it constructive? Thanks in advance! Oh, and sadly, I don't own Danny Phantom. If I did, it would still be on, in it's 6th season, and Tucker/Jazz would be cannon.
Topic One: Remember
Rating: K+ - T
Summary: My take on how that whole Ember and Skulker got started.
Setting: The Ghost Zone, directly at the end of "Fanning the Flames"
The Ghost Zone's greatest hunters had decided to float around for a bit. He had no destination in mind, he just felt the need to get out for a bit. He soon realised he was glad he did, as he floated by Klumper's freezer's. He heard a voice behind the door yelling "STOP SAYING MY NAME!". Skulker shook his head in disbelief. Who did that insignificant annoyance want to be his friend now? The went to open the door, but soon noticed that the handle was missing. Luckily, he had many weapons on him, as per usual. Grabbing a missile at random, he blew the door upon.
To his surprise, a female ghost flew out of there as fast as she could. A very attractive female ghost. Wait a minute, why am I thinking like this? He questioned himself. But how could he not think about her? her perfectly proportionate slim waste, the soft tint of blue that her skin harboured, and her hair, oh that amazing fiery blue hair...Snap out of it! He mentally scolded.
He then heard her angelic voice ask "Are you just gonna stand there, are you going to let me go by?"
He shook his head the rid the unexplainable thoughts he was having. "Oh, I'm terribly sorry, miss, I was just ah..."
Ember snorted at his flustered state. "What's wrong, can't the ghost zone's greatest hunter handle a girl?"
"So, uh, you've uhm, heard of my work?" He asked, trying to play it cool, while on the inside, he was pondering the question the girl had asked him 'Why couldn't the ghost zone's greatest hunter handle a girl?
She rolled her eyes "Oh yeah, you run around the ghost zone claming to be this great hunter, when you can't even catch a puny little halfa." Skulker frowned at this. "But here's my question: have you heard of my work?" she asked.
"Uh, no." He answered honestly, "I can't say I have."
He then noticed an unmistakable sense of disappointment take over her otherwise perfect face. Her shoulders slumped as she mumbled "Figures."
It was at this moment that Klumper escaped from his freezer, and began to recommence his chant: "Ember! Ember! Ember! Ember!"
Our ice-powered friend then began to chase Ember all around the ghost zone. But before they were completely out of ear-shot, Skulker heard Ember's beautifully melodic voice yell "STOP SCREAMING MY NAME!"
Ember. He thought to himself, I will have to remember that name.