It's the final chapter of "Trixie's True Self: Freedom Fighters"! Here are my replies to your reviews.

MangaOtaku77: Thanks for the review! Huh...and I thought all Asian parents WANTED their kids to do well in school, but what happened to you was ridiculous! Anyway, you won't find Ustinkistan on any world map. It's a fictional country like Genovia (from "The Princess Diaries"). I'll see you again when I do a new story.

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"Freedom Fighters"

Epilogue/End Credits


The Story So Far: Timmy and Trixie were assigned by Fairy World to eliminate Remy Buxaplenty, the mayor of Dimmsdale. After many battles, Timmy and Trixie have defeated him. Now, Timmy and Trixie are together, married with twins on the way.


Over ten years, almost eleven, have passed in the city of Dimmsdale. The city has become more futuristic, except for one special house, a house that was declared a historical landmark by the city council, for it was the Turner House, home to the legendary hero Timothy Tiberius Turner and his wife, Beatrice Elizabeth Tang-Turner.

Inside the house, there was the sound of an alarm clock ringing inside this house which came from Timmy's old room, where two children, a boy and a girl, were sleeping. Just then, the girl woke up.

"Hey Tommy, wake up!" said the girl.

"Five more minutes, mom..." the boy, Tommy, said in his sleep.

"Ugh..." the girl grunted. She put on her glasses, got the computer, went on to TouYube, searched "What's Up, People?" the theme song from the second season of the anime Death Note, and turned the volume to the maximum level.

(BGM: What's Up, People?)

"BAWL~!" the music blared so loud that it not only woke up Tommy, it almost shook the entire room!

"TAMMY! WHAT ARE YOU TRYING TO DO? GIVE ME A HEART ATTACK!" Tommy screamed.

The girl, Tammy, turned the music down.

"Well, at least I woke you up, brother! Now, get dressed; today's our big day!" Tammy said.

"Omigosh! It's today!" Tommy said going to the closet and getting his clothes on.

"Great, now that you're ready, let's head downstairs!" Tammy said.

"Okay." Tommy said.


When Tammy and Tommy got downstairs to the living room, they noticed something odd. The entire room was dark, and there were no sign of their parents.

"Mom? Dad? Where are you?" Tammy said.

"Tammy, I'm worried; you don't think that Mom and Dad forgot about our special day, do you?" Tommy said.

"Relax, Tommy! Our parents wouldn't forget our birthday like Grandma and Grandpa would!" Tammy said.

"If you say so..." Tommy said as he turned on the lights. Just then; Timmy, Trixie, Chester, Veronica, their daughters, Christina and Chloe, A. J., Tootie, their son, Rudy, Molly, Dwight, and their son, Max, came out of nowhere.

"SURPRISE! HAPPY BIRTHDAY, TOMMY AND TAMMY!" they all said.

"Aww. Thanks, you guys!" Tommy and Tammy said together.

"Alright you guys!" Come into the kitchen for some cake!" Trixie said.


An hour later, after the cake was finished, and the presents were opened, Timmy and Trixie asked their children to come to their room for a special surprise.

"Tommy...Tammy...now that you two are ten years old, your mother and I have decided to give you two a special responsibility." Timmy said.

"What is it, Dad?" Tommy said.

"Here you go!" Timmy said holding two goldfish bowls.

"Goldfish?" Tammy said unenthusiastically.

"These aren't actually goldfish per sé..." Trixie said.

Just then, the four goldfish transformed into four fairies.

"I'm Cosmo!" said the green one.

"I'm Wanda!" said the pink one.

"I'm Apollo!" said the red one.

"And I'm Andromeda, but you can call me 'Romi!'" said the blue one.

"Tommy and Tammy, these are our fairies...and now, they're yours!" Timmy said.

"Oh...Thank you, Mom and Dad!" Tommy and Tammy said.

"You're both welcome, and hey, why don't you tell your friends about our gift?" Trixie said.

"Why?" Tommy asked

"Well, they were given their fairies from their parents, too!" Timmy said.

"They do! Let's go and see, Tommy!" Tammy said as she and Tommy went out of the room.


The next day, Tommy and Tammy were digging in the yard when the felt the sound of metal hitting metal.

"Huh? What was that?" Tommy said.

Tammy went down the hole and checked. When she came back up, she had a lunchbox in her hands.

"I wonder what this is?" Tammy said.

"Let's ask Dad!" Tommy said as they went back inside.

Inside, Timmy was reading the newspaper when Tommy and Tammy came in.

"Look at what we found!" Tammy said.

"Hey! It's my time capsule! I buried that thing 20 years ago!" Timmy said.

Timmy opened the lunchbox. It had all sorts of things: and old TV guidebook, a picture of himself that Vicky took, and a piece of paper. Timmy looked at the paper and looked at it. It was a message he had written 20 years ago. The message was only three words long: "Never Turn Back." After he put all the stuff back into the box, his watch began beeping.

"Uh-oh, it's time for me to go to work." Timmy said.

"Okay dad. We love you!" Tommy and Tammy said.

"I love both too! Bye Tammy! Bye Tommy!" Timmy said.

Just then, there was a knock on the door. Timmy answered it.

"Hello?" Timmy asked.

"Hi, my name is Micheal Riddle, and I heard that you needed a babysitter?" the man said.

"Oh sure! Come right in!" Timmy said.

"Thanks!" Micheal said.

As he looked out the window, he saw that Micheal was having a good time with Tammy and Tommy, and as he was just about to go into his car, he saw three ghostly figures: one was Trixie back when she was still popular, the second was Gary, and the third and final one was Timantha. They were all smiling at Timmy. Timmy simply smiled back before he went into his car.


THE END

-End Credits-


Music: "Never Turn Back," by Crush 40.


Picture: A Family Portrait of Timmy, Trixie, Tommy, and Tammy.


(Somber piano intro flourishing into rock)

It's been a long, rough road

And I'm finally here

I move an inch forward

Feels like a year

Everything I feel seems so unreal

Is it true?

Is it true?

I take one step forward

And two steps back

Got a hundred thousand pounds

Sitting on my back

Up, down, all around

Don't know quite what to do

To get through

Well I'm on my way

On my way

On my way

On my way

Here I am

(Here I am)

Made it to the end of you

You never had the chance while I'm around

NO! NO!

NO! NO! NO! NO!

Well now I'll never turn back

(I'll never turn back)

I'll never turn that way

No matter how life tries to face me

I'll turn the other way

Now and then

(Now and then)

My head starts to spin

(Starts to spin)

But I'll never turn back again

NO! NO!

From this moment on

(Moment on)

I am moving on

(Moving on)

And I'll never turn back

NO!

(Instrumental Break)

I guess I'm moving all right and I'm on my way

Facing every moment day by day

Take a chance, go back, got no time to answer why

Head straight; head straight

What will I become if I don't look back?

Give myself a reason for this and that

I can learn, no U-turns, I will stay right here where I'm at

Where I'm at

But I'm on my way

On my way

On my way

On my way

Here I am

(Here I am)

Made it to the end of you

You never had the chance when I'm around

NO! NO!

NO! NO! NO! NO!

Well now I'll never turn back

(I'll never turn back)

I'll never turn that way

No matter how life tries to face me

I'll turn the other way

Now and then

(Now and then)

My head starts to spin

(Starts to spin)

But I'll never turn back again

NO! NO!

From this moment on

(Moment on)

I am moving on

(Moving on)

And I'll never turn back

NO!

(Instrumental Break)

I'll...I'll...I'll Never Turn Back!


I would like to thank Butch Hartman for creating The Fairly Oddparents and Danny Phantom, Satoshi Tajiri for creating Pokémon, MarioDS01 for creating "Trixie's True Self," and a very special shoutout to you, the reader.

I own nothing other than this story.

See you later!

K. C. Ellison