Author's Note: Thanks to those who read this story, and I hope others begin to read it as well.
Disclaimer: I do not own Black Blood Brothers or Kingdom Hearts. If I did then this would have actually happened in the game.
Sora sat at the computer, busily typing his email and slightly hesitated before clicking send. 'What if she doesn't accept me,' Sora thought, but he pushed the thought aside as he started to pack. He knew he would miss Destiny Islands, but he really wanted to be with his only surviving blood relative. As Sora packed, his phone rang and he hesitantly answered it without checking the number. "Sora, are you there? It's me, Xion," a voice said from the other side of the phone. Sora smiled, Xion had been brought back to life with a heart of her own, and she was happily dating Axel. He overheard some people in town say that she was pregnant, but Sora didn't listen to them. Even if Xion was pregnant Sora didn't care, he only wanted Xion to be happy. "Hey, so whats up?" Sora asked although he might know the answer to that question. "Well, I just wanted to wish you luck, and I hope your sister is really nice," Xion said before taking a long sip of her strawberry and blueberry smoothie. "How did you know I was leaving?" Sora inquired as he sat on his bed. "We share a psychic bond, so I knew exactly what you're thinking right now, and to answer your question. Yes, I am pregnant, and yes it is Axel's baby," Xion replied casually as she stirred the straw in her smoothie. "Xion, do me a favor and don't tell anyone where I'm going," Sora said as he finished packing his bag. "Sure thing, just remember to send me emails so I know that you're still alive," Xion said with a giggle. "Sure, well this is good bye for now," Sora said sadly, he would miss Xion and Axel, but he would especially miss Roxas and Namine. They both were very kind hearted, and Sora could never thank them enough for their kindness.
A young, blonde girl stood in front of the barrier to the Special Zone and watched the sun sink into the horizon ever so slowly. Her fangs slightly protruded over her bottom lip, she was a little annoyed, but she could understand that it takes a while for letters from America to reach Japan, but she seriously hoped that they would arrive before she would take matters into her own hands. She sighed before resuming her perch on top of the guardrail that kept cars from plummeting into the harsh and unforgiving sea below her. She turned to notice three people running towards her. THe tallest was a black haired man that looked no older than twenty-five, in the middle was a young woman of about twenty years with short, chestnut colored hair. The last was a boy of about ten years of age with slightly curly blonde hair. She smiled as she stood from her seat and grabbed up her black bag. It was made of leather and looked slightly like an old briefcase from the times before there were much more functional briefcases, but it seemed to carry an ominous feeling with it. "Please forgive us for being late, but we just recieved your letter today," Jiro said as Mimiko and Kotaro were busy catching their breathe. "Not really a problem, I only got here about fifteen minutes ago," the girl said as she stood in front of Jiro. She was about up to Jiro's chest, her long blonde hair was tied back into a ponytail, her sky blue eyes stared into Jiro's steely gray ones, and on her lips was a small smile as she pulled Jiro into a tight embrace. "I really missed you Jiro-nii-san, but I especially missed the secure feeling I got whenever you held me like this," the girl said with her soft, yet gentle voice. She appeared to be only fourteen years old, but years of experience told Jiro otherwise. "So, how old are you?" Mimiko asked as the quartet made there way through the barrier, and noticed how passing through the barrier didn't seem to phase their guest. "Well, I recently turned seventeen in May, but I know that people often confuse me for a different age. I really am used to it though," the girl said as she smirked at Mimiko's shocked expression. "Um, how did you get your name anyway?" Kotaro asked as he walked along side his sister. "It's a bit of a log story, but basicly I was named for both the color of my aura and the color crystal I recieved when I was very young," Bluefire said as she ruffled Kotaro's har affectionately. "Why is it that I heard you were a vegitarian?" Jiro finally asked as he stared at his sister suspiciously. "Well, it's mostly due to my childhood dream of being a veterinarian, but it was also my personal choice to become one simply because of my nature," Bluefire replied casually before she stuffed her hands in her pockets. She strolled ahead, leaving the trio absoulutely dumbfounded as to what she meant when she said it was because of her nature. True, she was a very kind person who wouldn't want to hurt anyone, but there was another meaning to her words that not even Jiro could find at the moment. He would simply ask her later about what she meant, and if she wouldn't answer him then he would find another way of getting the truth out of her.
Author's note: Yes it might seem rediculous to have a vampire be a vegitarian, but she's simply doing what her instincts tell her to do. Don't worry, Sora will appear soon enough. Also if you can guess which state my OC's from then you win a cyber cookie.