Minion: A Few Hundred Drastic Changes Under King Kirby
Chapter One: Beginning of Post-Game
The beginning of something Bandana Dee terms a post-game.
Pawns were rid of the moment they had turned useless.
The Cycle—you come to Castle Dedede, you get interviewed, you get accepted, deemed a minion, also deemed as a pawn, once useless, thrown away—used to spin a web around fear of being taken out of existence, misery, happiness when accepted, and many others. Its long life story drops from one to zero and it has been halted by the ultimate barrier called the new king.
Pawns were no longer rid of the moment they had turned useless. This king will continue to preserve one's falling life, no matter how small—a tiny, useless Waddle Dee counted—and if lost, the king will not take it lightly.
The Cycle could be termed as a "final boss" in a "game". "Post-game" would be after the "final boss" has been "defeated". The Cycle has been "defeated", stopped, never to spin again.
"Post-game" is where things will be easier and happier, usually.
If things were easier and happier, that means some very drastic changes were going to weave their way through their life, then. The "main game" had been anything but easy and happy.
The new king has taken responsibility over their lives. They have been assured they will be kept safe and will not be abused in any sort of way. The only thing he cannot prevent is his enemy's attacks.
The pawns—the minions—are willing to be attacked by the enemies. They have decided that the new king would do a good job at defense.
The sun was slowly creeping over the horizon. The new king was perched on the balcony railing, signature grin plastered onto his face like always. He turned backwards briefly at the castle, before turning back to the sunrise.
Time to make some drastic changes to the castle.
A/N: Author's note at the back, yep. I can't make a sequel to this or I'll be placing my author's note in the middle. That's... no.
Anyways, I switched and messed with the present and past tense here a lot, so... I probably made a mistake somewhere. More likely in the present tense section. Ah well, as long as you get the concept.
The italics author's note was simple and nice, but I've recently had a change of author's note. So.
Anyway, here! Have the sequel to Minion: 100 Ways of Ridding of Boredom! These stories will be very similar; this story will also update almost every day and will be relatively short chapters. This time, some may get long. I'm going to list out the differences...
Waddle Doo will now be called Mitchizuka (his real name). I've started making the non-pronoun stuff capital (Waddle Dee, Waddle Doo, &c, &c), so, to avoid confusion, this happens.
This story is not limited to 100 chapters.
...Eh, sorry for long author's note. I had a lot of stuff to say. First chapter, you know?
note from 2020: Hello TechnoDee from 2020 swooping in. I don't want to waste anymore of your time but I'll just copy-paste what I've written in 100 Ways of Ridding of Boredom for you:
1. I was 11 when I wrote this; I was very unwise, probably very ignorant, probably also very obnoxious, I don't know how anyone dealt with me, but thank you to my old reviewers/readers for doing so anyway. You are truly wonderful people. That being said, I've tried going through my chapters but it's a lot - so I'm not sure if I've been able to remove everything possibly offensive that I've written. As an example: I used the word "retarded" to mock one of my OCs in later chapters, about 3 times in the entire story. I don't have an excuse for this, I was a stupid and uneducated kid who just followed everything everyone did around me, and there happened to be a lot of people who used it as an insult. So. I have not removed or revised it yet, but I plan to! Hopefully if you're reading this, by this time I would have already made the changes. I'm sorry for the trouble caused here.
2. After writing the first point I forgot everything else I wanted to say already.
Oh. Adding onto that I was 11, (12 by the time I finished this "story"), please don't expect any quality work here. For a good amount of the first half (or more) of the chapters, the characters have personalities more stale than dry cement and more inconsistent than my grades. I rewrote the first few in 2014 but I'm not sure why I did? I was still 12 and it was still terrible? Why did I think such a thing had a point? Anyway, I don't want to rewrite them, but I won't take this off the internet, either. Just read this and have a good laugh.
3. I have noticed I was incredibly angsty when I was 11 and you will probably find many A/Ns about me just being a pretty terrible and annoying person. Please. I don't know her either. Please ignore it please
Also, it was awfully common back then for authors to say "leave a review" or "flamers don't review" or whatever... very cringe. Very embarrassing. I have no excuse for myself. 11, stupid and uneducated. I sincerely apologise.
Basically, the root of all evil was because I was 11. Anyways. Enjoy to the best of your ability!