It Takes Two

It Takes Two

A Book by Jofer Serapio
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My very first [email protected]! This one's based on Shinsengumi and Grand Chase. For more info, see the Note for Reviewers.

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© 2009 Jofer Serapio


Author's Note

Jofer Serapio
Disclaimer: The following story is a work of pure fiction. The characters, the events and the sensual innuendos are all fictitious. Any relation to any person, living or dead, is purely coincidental.

The guild name Shinsengumi belongs to their respective owners as do the aliases, the in game usernames and the forum usernames. Grand Chase and all related terms belong to KOG. The titles Sayonara Zetsubo Sensei, Daten no Tsuki, Kara no Kyoukai/Rakkyo and Subarashiki Konosekai all belong to their respective creators and publishers.

Jofer Serapio ([email protected]) reserves this work as licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License.

Summary:
The four-man team of Itoshiki, Momoko, Skyes and Neku travel to the ruins of the Forgotten City to check some discrepancies out. They find nothing at first, leading to both Skyes and Neku to get bored. The latter two separates from the two who then reminisce about a lot of mushy stuff. Paradigm's minions, little paradigms, attack them while a host of those spinning golems ambush Skyes and Neku. Kei and Momo are brought to face Paradigm while Skyes and Neku face the Sand Troll thingy. Lots of mushy stuff in between, philosophies and psychologies. In the end, the four rendezvous back together and returns to the Queen's palace to report, not realizing someone had been watching them from afar.

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Jofer Serapio
Jofer Serapio

Paranaque City, Metro Manila, and Kalibo, Aklan, Philippines



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