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PostSubject: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Sat Feb 26, 2011 8:55 pm

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The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Introduction

He opened his eyes. He was laying on a bed, inside some small, dimly-lit room with gray walls. Where WAS he? It wasn't anywhere he had ever seen before...or was it? Had he been there before? Suddenly, he couldn't think of ANYwhere he had been before.

???: "Who.....am I?"

Suddenly, he grabbed his head and dropped to his knees in pain as memories rushed back...and he remembered.

Flashback:

Flames burned everywhere. He was inside a burning castle. People were running around in a panic, women screamed, and even the silver-armored knights of the castle ran before his might. He was wielding a wicked-looking curved sword and was hacking through knight after knight whether they were in his way or not. None stood before his power. Soon, he made his way to the courtyard of the castle.
A young man in armor waited for him there. He was obviously the master of the castle, perhaps a prince of some sort.

Prince: "Your reign of terror ends here Chaosking! Prepare to die!"

He drew his mighty, shining sword and rushed at Chaosking. Chaosking met his first sword strike with a mere raising of his wrist and they clashed fiercely. The Prince rained down blow after blow on him but Chaosking was clearly the better swordsman of the two: he evaded most strikes and parried the others. The Prince jabbed with his sword and Chaosking deflected it down and struck the Prince full force with the flat of his blade and followed up with a vicious kick that disarmed him and sent his sword flying.
The Prince staggered away in pain. He took a deep breath, and seemed to be concentrating on somethng. He extended his hand, and it began to glow white with power. He muttered incantations in a strange language, and a knight in red and blue armor appeared in a flash of light.

Prince: "I summon Gaia, The Fierce Knight! Gaia, pierce him with your mighty lance!"

The knight charged at Chaosking, and in response, Chaosking surged with dark power. He extended his arms and a chaotic black sphere appeared in the middle of the courtyard. Out of the sphere came a vicious-looking demon with burning arms.
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Chaosking: "Destroy him!!!"

The demon slashed right through Gaia, lance, horse and all, and cut the Prince in half too.

The Present:

Chaosking: "AAUGGH!"

He still held his head in his hands. That WASN'T who he was! It couldn't be! But the memories didn't lie, that really HAD happened. He knew it had, somehow. But...was he really Chaosking? There was something else...some kind of foreign feeling or...
He grabbed his head again as more memories returned.

Flashback:

Yuri: "Attention duelists! We have a new member today, please welcome Harper to DUA!"

Harper stood up and everyone clapped. He sat back down when they were done.

Yuri: "Harper, we've thought a lot about your rank. We decided to place you in... Stardust Blue!!!! Congratulations!!!!"

Everybody clapped even more this time, but Harper just sat there stunned. He couldn't believe he'd actually made it.

Yuri: "Mr. Harper made 100% on the written test, and managed to beat our very own Vongola-x in one of the test duels!

Everyone cheered yet again.

Yuri: "Vongola, you may speak."
Vongola: "Congratulations Harper. I must say you dueled pathetically in the first duel, but improved after that. You have the knowledge, you just need experience, which we can give you. Please come up here and Tino will present you with a card.

Harper walked up the steps to the stage/table. Tino held out a card.
Tino: "Use it well."

It was Stardust Dragon.

The Present:

Was THAT him? He remembered that day just as clearly as the day with the Prince. It was just so confusing. Harper/Chaosking decided to leave the room. He was in a dark and quiet hallway, evidently he was in some sort of large building. He walked down some stairs, and out two huge double doors. It was nighttime outside, and he could see that he was in a city...somewhere. Harper/Chaosking saw an empty road leading further into the city. He knew he needed to leave...there was no way he could be around people in his condition.

???: "I wouldn't go too far if I were you."

Harper/Chaosking whipped around to see who had spoken. It was a tall man in a black cloak. The cloak had a hood that was thrown back, but the man wore a black mask with red markings that obscured his identity.

Harper/Chaosking: "Who're you?"
Masked Man: "Who am I? Perhaps I should be asking the same thing about you. Who ARE you anyway?"

Harper/Chaosking swallowed hard and clenched his fist.

Harper/Chaosking: "I...don't know."
Masked Man: "Haha! Hahahahahaha! Of course you don't."
Harper/Chaosking: "Why? Why don't I know who I am?!"
Masked Man: "I'm not sure you would believe me if I told you."

Harper/Chaosking looked hard at him, and he spoke in a low, dangerous voice.

Harper/Chaosking: "Tell me the truth. And tell me now."

The masked man looked him up and down. He seemed to make a decision, and he took off one of his black gloves and rolled up the sleeve of his cloak to reveal a bronze bracelet on his arm. Harper/Chaosking's eyes widened.

Harper/Chaosking: "That object...I know it from somewhere."

He looked at his own wrist. He was wearing an identical bracelet. It even had the same strange markings.

Masked Man: "Listen to me. I can help you. I know you don't trust me because you don't know me. But you don't know ANYONE right now, so what do you have to lose, really?"

Harper/Chaosking hung his head and was silent for several minutes. When he finally spoke, his voice broke.

Harper/Chaosking: "Nothing...I suppose."

The man nodded.

Masked Man: "Give me your hand."

Harper/Chaosking extended the hand with the bronze bracelet and the masked man grasped his hand in his. The twin bracelets began to glow with power.
Without warning, there was an explosion of purple fire that lit Harper/Chaosking up. He screamed with unimaginable pain, and he dropped to his knees again. The masked man continued to grasp his hand despite the flames that raged around them. The bracelets glowed even brighter, the flames burned brighter, and hotter, and higher and then...
Suddenly, he was free. He fell on his back and took a deep breath. Finally, he remembered everything. His name was Harper: he had been possesed by the demon Chaosking. Yet Harper could barely feel the demon's presence any more. There was no longer a contant struggle for supremacy inside him. Harper looked wonderingly up at the stranger.

Harper: "W...who...who ARE you?"
Masked Man: "Someone from the dark. That's all you need to know."

The Masked Man took out a card from his pocket and handed it to Harper. Harper looked at it. The card was completely white and blank.

Harper: "What's this supposed to be?"
Masked Man: "It's 'supposed to be' YOU. Symbolically of course. Right now, you are unsure of your destiny. In time, this card will reveal to you the true nature of your soul. Keep it for now."

Harper took it, but sighed.

Harper: "I do remember what happened now. I might even learn to control Chaosking after a while. But I doubt I'll ever know who I TRULY am."

The stranger shifted his weight from foot to foot, as if considering something.

Masked Man: "You know...sometimes the best way to win a struggle is to not fight."
Harper: "Why are there so many riddles with you?"
Masked Man: "Someday it will all become clear. But for now, I must go: and YOU must forget."

He snapped his fingers, and a dark aura surrounded Harper. Harper blinked in surprise, and then dropped unconcious onto the front porch of DGA.

Next Time - Chapter 1: Dueling Genesis Academy


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PostSubject: Re: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Mon Apr 18, 2011 7:20 am

Nice going Harp, can't wait for the rest of the story! ;)
I noticed that Black Knight didn't add Neo-Spacians to his hand with Cross Porter twice (when he synchro summoned) I guess.
*Waiting patiently for the next chapter* :3

Card games on motorcycles are too dangerous and impractical ;P

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PostSubject: Re: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Mon Apr 18, 2011 7:35 am

if u synchro summon with porter, porter eff misses the timing and will not be activated, because it is an optional eff.... so u FAIL :D
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PostSubject: Re: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Mon Apr 18, 2011 8:08 am

Vongola-x wrote:
if u synchro summon with porter, porter eff misses the timing and will not be activated, because it is an optional eff.... so u FAIL :D

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PostSubject: Re: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Mon Apr 18, 2011 1:31 pm

Scorp: he does indeed :)
ace: thanks man! I figured that I wanted Turbo Duels to be about speed, and spells are faster than traps, so there ya go :). Also I wanted to make a turbo duelist use Fish OTK and ofc you use no traps there
sinakis:Thanks, but how dare you diss card games on motorcycles xD!
Vongola: you're right about Porter, but no need to be mean about it, missing the timing is complicated.
I may be updating more often bc I recently had knee surgery and I'm kinda sitting around a lot lol. I wrote this chapter mostly in one day xD. It's kinda shorter bc it's a good place to stop, and some people (winduct) complainined that my chapters were too long. But like I said the next one isn't far off

The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 5: Yuri's Tale

Vongola's jaw dropped.

Vongola: "YURI?!? Is that you?!"

Yuri smiled wearily.

Yuri: "It sure is, old friend. You have no idea how happy I am to be here."

Vongola and Scorpion exchanged glances.

Scorpion: "Well...we're happy you're here too...we think."

Yuri looked confused for a second, then nodded.

Yuri: "Oh yeah...you don't know what happened. To you it may seem like I just left DUA when I was needed the most. Let me assure you, that's not the case."
Vongola: "What DID happen? You just left one day and never came back. We made a new academy in the place of DUA, but that one was destroyed by The Shadow Duelists. We're lucky to have survived."
Yuri: "Did Chaosking escape the Realm Of Darkness?"
Vongola: "Yes, but we beat him, somehow. How do you know about that?"

Yuri shuddered, and made a cross sign across his chest, in a gesture to ward off evil.

Yuri: "I've learned a lot of things since I 'left'."
Scorpion: "I think it's time you tell us those things."
Yuri: "Very well."
Vongola: "Come on, let's go to my office."

Vongola, Scorpion, and Yuri Bakura climbed the stairs to the top of DGA, and entered Vongola's office. The office was somewhat simple in structure and design, but it was extremely comfortable and inviting. Vongola sat behind his desk, and Scorpion pulled up a chair and sat behind the desk as well. Yuri took an armchair by the fireplace in the corner. There was a knock at the door.

Vongola: "Come in!"

A young man walked into the room carrying a pot of tea and some cups on a platter.

Andrew: "Hey Scorp, I brought some tea for you guys."
Scorpion: "Thanks man!"

Adter he had passed out the cups, Andrew sat down in an armchair next to Yuri.

Scorpion: "I'm afraid you'll have to sit the conversation out this time Andrew."
Andrew: "Ah, I see."

He seemed disappointed. Andrew was Scorpion's friend, a new student. He seemed often put off that Scorpion outranked him in office and dorm.

Scorpion: "It's alright Andrew, we'll have a duel later today."
Andrew: "Alright, bye."

Yuri sipped his tea as Andrew closed the door. Vongola looked meaningfully at Scorpion, but Scorp just shrugged.

Yuri: "Where to begin? There's so much to tell. Well...I suppose I will start off from the last time you saw me. It was right after Scorpion had first dueled that Shadow Duelist...what was his name? Soulreaver? Anyway, Vongola had ordered everyone into The Mainframe, and so while you guys were attending to Scorpion, I went to go check on the students back at The Mainframe..."

Several Months Ago:

The main building was dark, that was the first thing Yuri noticed as he walked inside. All the lights had been dimmed, and all the windows had been shuttered. Nobody walked the halls either; Vongola had ordered them to stay in the dining hall, so that was where they were. The ground floor of DUA was the classroom floor, but it was also home to a huge staircase, the main one in the builing. It was huge and ornate, with gilded handlrails and pictures of famous duelists and duel monsters on the side of the staircase itself. The stairs led downward, to the dining hall, but also upward, to the Staff Dorms. He was about to descend the stairs to see the students, but then he distinctly heard a thumping noise. Yuri was positive the noise had come from upstairs.

Yuri: "That's odd... There's no staff in the building except for me... Who could possibly be up there?"

Instead of going to the dining hall, Yuri went UP the stairs, to the Staff Dorms. He poked his head into the hallway containing the different rooms. Weird...there was nothing unusual here...wait. The door to Yuri's own room was open. Yuri entered and saw a man in a black cloak and hood inside.

Yuri: "Hey! Who are you, and why are you in here?!"

The man turned around. He removed his hood and revealed himself to be Richlik. He wore a golden duel disk on his arm, just as Yuri did.

Richlik: "What? You don't recognize me Yuri? How sad."
Yuri: "... Richlik? What are you...?"

Yuri noticed the golden duel disk on Richlik's arm. His eyes widened.

Yuri: "... Why do you have...?"

Richlik smiled, but it wasn't a happy smile. It was the smile of a predator who had found his prey.

Richlik: "Yuri, Yuri... The time has come for ME to shine. And you're going to help me."
Yuri: "Richlik, what's going on with you lately? Ever since you lost to Harper, you've been acting really weird. Get out of my office and quit masquerading as an administrator."
Richlik: "Weird? Ha! I've never felt better. Yuri...you're pathetic."
Yuri: "What?! How dare you insult me!"
Richlik: "Don't feel bad about it: I was once pathetic too. But now I'm far more powerful than you can ever imagine."

Yuri's eyes narrowed. Richlik's eyes suddenly glowed gold in the dark, and the shadows in the room began wrapping around him like an evil cloak. He activated his duel disk.

Yuri: "Y...you're with THEM! You're a Shadow Duelist!"
Richlik: "Very perceptive fool."
Yuri: "But...why? Why would you want to destroy your home?"

Richlik shook his head sadly.

Richlik: "DUA is no home of mine. In DUA I was only mocked and beaten, never encouraged or helped."
Yuri: "That's because you never gave anyone a CHANCE to help you. You refused to admit you weren't a good duelist. If you had, the teachers would have given you extra help. But you didn't, so THEY didn't."

Richlik shook his head again.

Richlik: "You're a fool if you believe that. They only saw me as a pain and a loser. They would never hve helped me improve. But no matter: now, I'm strong enough on my own. My new friends have given me access to unlimited power, all I need to do is tap into it. I'll be the one calling the shots now. Yuri...face me, and meet your doom!"

Richlik grabbed Yuri's arm, and they were both swallowed in shadows so thick that Yuri couldn't see what was going on. When Yuri opened his eyes again, they were inside of one of the caves. Somehow, Richlik must have transported them there. There was an underground lake in this cave, with small islets scattered across the water. Yuri stood on a large one islet, and Richlik stood on another, facing each other. They both activated their duel disks, and twin circles of dark fire blazed around the two, signifying a Shadow Duel.

Yuri/Richlik: "Duel!"

Life Points:
Yuri:8000. Richlik:8000

Yuri: "My turn! Draw!"

Yuri was still a little in shock. He had never expected he would actually have to face The Shadow Duelists himself. Vongola and Scorpion, more or less, had said that they would take care of them. Yuri was not afraid to protect his academy and his students, but he knew Vongola, Scorpion, Fallen, and even Harper were far more qualified than him for beating such powerful opponents. Yuri tightened his jaw. No matter. He would win anyway. Besides, Vongola had recently helped Yuri perfect his deck. He was ready for this.

Yuri: "I set a monster facedown and one card facedown an end my turn!"

Richlik sneered.

Richlik: "You'll need to do far more than that if you are going to defeat me. I activate Dark Fusion! I dark fuse Elemental Hero Sparkman with Elemental Hero Clayman to form: Evil Hero Lightning Golem!"

Sparkman and Clayman jumped onto the field, and then dark mist sprouted from the ground. It whirled quickly around them, eventually causing them to spin around as well. When the shadows cleared, a huge statue stood in their place, bristling with electricity (2400).

Richlik: "Now I activate Dark Calling! By removing from play fusion material monsters in my grave, I can fusion summon a monster that needs Dark Fusion to be fusion summoned. I remove Sparkman and Clayman from the grave to summon ANOTHER Lightning Golem! Lightning Golem's effect activates! Once per turn, I can destroy one monster you control!"

Lighning Golem shot a lightning bolt at Yuri's facedown card, and Masked Dragon exploded. Dang! Masked Dragon's effect didn't work if it was destroyed by a card effect!

Richlik: "Now witness the pain of a Shadow Duel. Lightning Golems, direct attack!"

Both monsters summoned huge spheres of electricity and hurled them at Yuri.

Yuri: "YAAAAAAUUUUUUUGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHH!"

Yuri was thrown backwards by the blasts, and he fell on his back. He'd never felt such pain before. The electricity crackled across his body and he spasmed involuntarily (Yuri:3200).

Richlik: "Turn end."

Yuri groaned in response. How was he suppose to defeat such power? His life points had already been cut in half, and due to the Lightning Golems' effects, two of Yuri's monsters could be destroyed each turn. So unless he could somehow summon three monsters, he was doomed.
Yuri took a deep breath, then slowly stood up. There was no use in panicking. Just think: what was good about the situation? Richlik had...what was it that Vongola called it? Overextended? One time when he had been dueling Vongola in a friendly duel, Yuri had used Polymerization to fuse five of his dragons into Five-Headed Dragon, his ultimate beast. To Yuri's surprise, Vongola still beat him easily. Vongola had said: "You overextended too much. Your monster is strong, but few monsters are truly invincible. You can't risk the outcome of the duel on one card. You just used up six of your cards to summon one card that I could just use Smashing Ground on to get rid of. And then you have no more options."
From what Yuri could tell, Richlik had overextended a little...but only a little. He had used four cards in his hand, and now he only had two cards left, aside from his Golems. If Yuri could destroy his Lightning Golems, those two cards were all Richlik would have left to win the duel.

Yuri: "Draw! I activate Future Fusion! By sending five dragons from my deck to the grave, I can fusion summon Five-Headed Dragon two standbye phases from now. Now I activate Monster Reborn to bring back Red Eyes Darkness Metal Dragon! Red Eyes' effect activates! I can special summon a dragon-type monster from my grave once per turn! I choose Dragunity Arma Leyvaten! Leyvaten's effect activates! When he is summoned, I can equip a dragon-type monster in my grave to it. I equip Light And Darkness Dragon to Leyvaten!"

(Red Eyes Darkness Metal Dragon:2800. Dragunity Arma Leyvaten:2600). Richlik looked worried about the huge dragons.

Yuri: "Darkness Metal, attack Lightning Golem!"

Darkness Metal shot a lightning blast from its mouth, and Golem countered with its own, but Golem's sphere was thrown back at itself and it exploded (Richlik:7600).

Yuri: "Leyvaten, attack Golem number two!"

Leyvaten cut Golem in half with its huge blade (Richlik:7400).

Yuri: "Turn end."
Richlik: "You think you can defeat me? I'll..."
Yuri: "Yes Richlik, I DO think I can defeat you. You say you're going to destroy my beloved academy and my loyal students. You say you have power i can only imagine. But you're all talk, I'm in clear advantage now, despite the life point difference. If you're so great...prove it."

Richlik resisted the urge ti lunch Yuri in the face, and gritted his teeth instead.

Richlik: "Witness the power of darkness! I activate Dark Hole! Now all of your precious monsters are destroyed! Now I summon Elemental Hero Voltic!"
Yuri: "Not so fast! Leyvaten's effect activates! If it would be destroyed, I can destroy the equipped dragon instead. When Light And Darkness Dragon is destroyed and sent to the grave, I destroy all cards I control and special summon a monster from my grave. I choose Dragunity Arma Leyvaten! Leyvaten's effect activates again! I re-equip Light And Darkness Dragon to Leyvaten."
Richlik: "Wh...what?! I just destroyed that monster, how can that be?"
Yuri: "This is my indestructible monster. No matter which one you kill, I can special summon Leyvaten back and re-equip Light And Darkness Dragon."

Richlik was fuming.

Richlik: "I set a card and end my turn."
Yuri: "Draw! Leyvaten, attack Voltic!"

Leyvaten slashed through Voltic with no effort. Richlik reeled backwards from the impact (Richlik:5800).

Yuri: "I activate the effect of my Red Eyes Wyvern sleeping in the grave. During my end phase, if I haven't normal summoned this turn, I can remove him from the game to summon Red Eyes Darkness Metal from my grave!"

(Red Eyes:2800). Richlik eyed it fearfully. Yuri smiled at him.

Yuri: "And let's not forget, Five-Headed Dragon arrives during my next turn. Take your turn wisely."

Richlik gripped his next card tightly, and ripped it from his duel disk.

Richlik: "Draw! I special summon Evil Hero Infernal Prodigy since I control no monsters. Now I tribute him to advance summon Evil Hero Malicious Edge! He can be advanced summoned with one tribute if you control a monster. Now, since Prodigy was tributed for the advance summon of an  Evil Hero, I draw one card! Yes! I activate my second Dark Fusion! I'm fusing Evil Hero Malicious Edge with Valkyrion The Magna Warrior in my hand to fusion summon: EVIL HERO DARK GAIA!!!!"

A huge dark portal appeared, and out walked a gigantic, rock-covered fiend. It bristled with power, and when it stomped on the ground, the cave shook (Evil Hero Dark Gaia:6100).

Richlik: "This is my ultimate monster! Not even your 5000 attack Five-Headed Ddagon can defeat him! But I won't even allow him to show up to the party! Your Leyvaten may be invincible, but you're not. You only have 3200 life points left. If this attack connects, you lose! Dark Gaia, attack Leyvaten!"
Yuri: "But it won't connect. Reverse card open! Burst Breath! By tributing a dragon-type monster, I can destroy all face-up monsters you control that have defense points less than my monsters attack points. I tribute Red Eyes Darkness Metal Dragon! His 2800 attack points is far more than Gaia's 0 defense points."

Red Eyes breathed explosive fire at Dark Gaia, and they both went down in searing flames.

Yuri: "And now, my Five-Headed Dragon arrives! Five-Headed, Leyvaten, attack Richlik directly!"

Richlik was slashed by Leyvaten's blade, and he fell to the islet (Richlik:3200). Then Five-Headed let loosed the power of all five heads. Beams of fire, ice, wind, earth, and darkness hit Richlik head on. He lay on the ground and didn't move (Richlik:0). Yuri breathed a sigh of relief as the holograms faded. He had done it! That was one less Shadow Duelist to worry about.
Without warning, twin spheres of darkness appeared next to Richlik. As Yuri watched, two men clad in black cloaks and hoods stepped out if the darkness and helped Richlik up.

Child Of The Dark: "Richlik! Are you alright?"
Richlik: "Ugh...Shadow...kill him..."

The one named Shadow nodded at the other Child. The other Child swung Richlik's arm around his shoulder for support, and walked him back into one of the shadowy portals.

Shadow: "So, you defeated our little pawn. Good thing you didn't permanently damage him...we still need him for a while. You, on the other hand, can die now."

Yuri eyed him defiantly, and raised his duel disk as if he were going to activate it. 
Then: he ran.

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PostSubject: Re: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Mon Apr 18, 2011 2:09 pm

Nice work Harper, I finally got to see what happened to Yuri. Hurry up with part 2
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PostSubject: Re: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Mon Apr 18, 2011 2:12 pm

dude isnt future fusion supposed to be dead becuz of ladd's effect ?and u call me nub when i saidgks w/o rec is better than with him .-.]
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PostSubject: Re: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Mon Apr 18, 2011 2:31 pm

Richlick had two cards. He draws 1 (has 3 now) plays Dark Hole (2) normal summons Voltic (1) sets 1 (0). Next turn he draws Prodigy (1) plays the Prodigy (0) and mysteriously gets an Edge which he tribute summons. Prodigy's effect activates in the end of the turn too, so busted :P

I wonder if the story has it's roots on real events...
Keep it up and get well soon ;)

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PostSubject: Re: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Mon Apr 18, 2011 2:40 pm

Frost: thanks man
placido: ...what in the world are you talking about? He activated Future Fusion sending ladd to the grave...how on earth could ladd negate future fusion from the deck? :scratch: no offense but you're not really improving on your perceived noob status...
Sinakis: yeah my bad :oops:. He wasn't supposed to set a card, forgot to take that out. I'll edit it in a little bit...he doesn't really need Prodigy, he could just topdeck dark fusion. Also actually...yes. Much of the story is based on real events

edit: oh I sorta get what you mean now placido. But no, it wouldn't prevent it because ladd isn't treated as a monster while equipped and therefore has no effect. His revival effect works bc it activates from the grave. Do your research befor you try calling experienced people noobs
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PostSubject: Re: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Mon Apr 18, 2011 3:11 pm

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When this card is destroyed and sent to the Graveyard, select 1 monster in your Graveyard. Then destroy all cards you control, and Special Summon that monster.
The Dark Hole when he was equiped to Dragunity L. Ladd activates destroying everything, taking Future Fusion with it ;/

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PostSubject: Re: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Mon Apr 18, 2011 3:20 pm

Oh is THAT what you meant? Well I apologize then placido. I'm going to find a way to change that somehow
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PostSubject: Re: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Mon Apr 18, 2011 4:14 pm

he uses dragon mirror :D
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PostSubject: Re: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Mon Apr 18, 2011 5:49 pm

no comment at harper and ur apologize is nothing.
srsly improve ur rulings knowledge before judging peope little nub, no seriously im being nervous of u calling me nub at something which ure nub at and im not.
omg im daing
im falling
x.x
seriously, wtf?o_O

btw please delete the part that u wrote that im nub at pl0x x)))))

EDIT:http://forum.tcgplayer.com/showthread.php?256715-Leyvaten-LADD-Loop-Questions

read last reply pl0x x)))))
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PostSubject: Re: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Mon Apr 18, 2011 8:18 pm

Placido, please find a hobby that doesn't involve trolling people for no apparent reason. I was in a hurry writing this because people love my story. And I'm on pain medication that makes me tired. I didn't think about LaDD destroying the backrow as well. If you notice, Burst Breath should have also been destroyed since Yuri set it on turn one. I forgot about the spells an traps. It was not, I repeat, WAS NOT because I didn't KNOW Ladd destroys ALL cards on the field. If you cared enough to notice, I even SAID "destroy all cards on the field and special summon a monster from the graveyard". Tbh I just forgot the spell and traps were there until later when I was writing. And I NEVER called you a noob. YOU were the one who came into MY fanfic thread just to call ME a noob because of the Ladd "misplay". When you so rudely did, I said "you weren't improving your perceived noob status". I wonder if you even know what that means. Perhaps i should use smaller words. "Perceived" means what people think of you or what it seems to be. YOU made YOURSELF look like a noob with that gravekeeper comment, i didn't do it for you. Btw, maybe YOU should read the last post in the thread:

"However, if both are destroyed at the same time (e.g. Dark Hole/Icarus Attack), then both creatures are sent to the graveyard, LADD's effect activates and you can S.S. Leyvaten, equipping LADD."

The LaDD/Leyvaten loop DOES exist. Apparently, the "not blowing up m/t" part wasn't what you thought I did "wrong". The way you worded it, I knew that what sinakis was talking about wasn't what you were talking about, but I decided to be the better man and apologized to you, even though YOU are the one trolling MY thread. You could have quit when you were ahead but instead you tried to troll me yet again. I hope you're happy, you've only proved that once again, you're wrong. When Leyvaten or both Leyvaten and ladd die at the same time, Ladd can summon Leyvaten back and re-equip to Leyvaten. Enjoy looking not only like a jerk, but a wrong jerk.

Placido, I'm not sure what your problem is, but give the trolling a rest. NO ONE, I repeat, NO ONE, likes a bratty 9-year-old who thinks they're so much proer than everyone else. From what I know of you, you're a somewhat decent duelist. But you're not a pro. Calling people like Angel Flores who are definately pro bad doesn't make you seem pro. It makes you seem like an idiot. I don't know what your problem is, what with trolling my teammates on hamachi lately as well. Is it because we didn't let you join IL? If so, I guess we made a good decision if you're going to be this immature. I'm willing to be the bigger person. I'm a mature person. Moreover I have nothing to prove to you, nor do I care in the least about your petty insults. I can let your noob comments on gk and the Ladd loop being false slide, I can take the comment out of my sig if it would make you happy. I can delete when I said you were a noob...actually I can't because I never said that specifically. But in return just do me one favor: stop the god damn trolling!

Now get out of my fanfic thread before winduct or vem or sinakis gives you a warning for being a jerk  
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PostSubject: Re: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Tue Apr 19, 2011 4:01 am

i was talking about blowing the field, and i knew already that he could special summon a monster im aint a nub.
also im not trolling and when i said about the gks it was in my *CENSORED* opinions u guys will never understand or even accept people's opinions.
anyway can u tell me who u think he thinks that im a nub and please dun tell me any name in il x)))
and about burst breath it was ur misstake as well and i didnt read the whole story cuz it looks weird srry.
and about the il part, screw il, lol i guess ure proud cuz ure in a team that u can do a nothing in it ?and when i talked about folares i talked about the decklist not him and can u please tell me who did i troll ?i dun troll anyone except who trolls/insults me like vem and teise, i dun troll anyone else in il or even insult but as u see u insulted me 1st
and about the age, age is nothing, there people who are in ur age but smarter/better than u.
and about me thinking that im proer than everyone:
1st:i never called myself a pro
2nd:i never said im better than someone except if im better than him already and its not i think its when someone thinks im better than him, plus i dun go with no reasn and say im better than him -_-
3rd:u did never talk to me so u better dun judge people that u dun know
ok pls i dun want to open this topic to see another retard insulting me or even -'ing me
and i dun care about warnings
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PostSubject: Re: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Tue Apr 19, 2011 7:31 am

First of all I am having trouble understanding what you write and secondly, you don't have to be so rude and childish. Cursing is censored so there is aboslutely no point of doing so. I sometimes don't like certain chapters but I don't face it that way.

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PostSubject: Re: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Tue Apr 19, 2011 7:58 am

Staff, are you seeing this? Give him a warning already or better yet ban him for a while. And when I'm done replying to him, please delete all of his posts on this thread an my relies as well. I don't want his bull tainting my story.

Placido: none of what you said makes sense. I did not insult you first, you did. YOU came to MY fanfic and trolled, not the other way around. You even said you don't like the story, so unless that was a lie and an unsucessfjky attempt to hurt my feelings, there was no point whatsoever of you posting on this thread in the first place: except to try to call me a noob bc I overlooked the m/t getting blown up. Let's say for example I WAS wrong in rulings. I wasn't, bc I specifically said "all cards on the field", but I was tired so I forgot spells and traps. But let's say for a second I did make a mistake. Who gives a ****? It happens. This is the most complicated game ever ruling-wise AND playing-wise. I NEVER call people a noob fir making a ruling mistake. As long as they're corrected and they know, what's the point in making a big deal about it and trying to hurt their feelings? Who wants to play a game where more experienced players insult newer players? You didn't hurt my feelings bc I don't give a crap about a bratty 9-year old that sits safely behind his computer and trolls people double his age and experience. But the fact remains, that's the only reason you posted here: to try to be a jerk and hurt my feelings. As for the age thing, you're right, it isn't always a factor. When I first met vem, he had just turned 12, and he was rather mature and fun to talk to for his age. You: not so much. I'm sure there are MANY people my age that are smarter and a better duelist than me, just as i'm sure there are MANY 9-year olds that are more dumber and worse players than you are. But we're not talking about intelligence or skill, we're talking ablut maturity which you are highly lacking in. I call you a bratty 9-year old because that's what you are. Not a fun or interesting 9-year old. I try to be friends with everyone i can but you I try to avoid bc for some reason you can't stop being a jerk. Have you noticed no one likes you? Have you noticed you have -6 rep here and I have 44? Maybe you should try a change of pace and be nice for once. Honestly, even though the gk comment you made was kinda silly, no one would have gave a **** if you didn't keep bringing it up and if you didn't have a history of being a pain in the butt. People enjoy hating on haters. You sir, are a hater. If you really want people to know who and how you're trolling, I can copy/paste from IL some of your hamachi conversations with Teise where you spam him with insults and pictures of a penis when he doesn't want to duel you. Yeah Placido, that's real mature 

For IL, none of what you said there makes sense either. "screw IL"...yeah, that's why you wanted to join us so much. Yes, I am proud to be on IL. I'm proud to be on one of the top teams on KCTAU. We aren't the best, but I believe we have the potential to be with hard work and good teamwork. We've come closer than anyone ever has to beating PX, who most consider to be THE best team. I'm proud to be working competitively with the friends I've know for years from DGA and SDA. I'm proud that I can help my friends become better, and I'm proud that I'm always improving as well. I'm proud that i have enough skill to help new duelists that are struggling with the game. I don't say this because I want to "prove" I'm "better" than you. There's always someone better than me, and I learned it from someone else so it's not me saying I'm so great. But I want you to know I do indeed haw something to be proud of. What do you have to be proud of? Hurting the feelings of yugioh players? Having a high post count on TAU bc you spam too much? Not much to be proud of. Try being nice for once Placido. Then, we may actually be friends someday. And I say that in all seriousness. If you deflate that big head of yours and start being nice to people instead of trolling, I would be happy to forget this nonsense and be friends with you.

THE FLAMING STOPS HERE. Feel free to post here if you want to read the story, but if you post here again insulting me, I will ask vem to ban you and I will ban you from DGA. If you have anything else to say; say it in a pm. Now admins, please delete this idiotic conversation. Thank you

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PostSubject: Re: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Tue Apr 19, 2011 8:14 am

This conversation will stay here until the staff decides what we'll do.
I won't take sides, and won't give any additional warnings for now, but:
Please refrain from posting any flaming or irrelevant messages to the story.
Ignoring this will earn you a warning and -1 rep from me.


From my point of view, it all started as a missunderstanding of the
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which Placido took as an insult. Harper was a bit harsh and then Placido went too far. That's all. Now stop trying to make each other look bad. I don't know what happened in IL and it's not that I don't care but it's not exactly my business.

I repeat that another flaming or irrelevant message to the story will earn you a warning.

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PostSubject: Re: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Tue Apr 19, 2011 8:50 am

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also im not trolling and when i said about the gks it was in my *CENSORED* opinions u guys will never understand or even accept people's opinions

And his opinion is that your opinion is fail. So why do you give a *CENSORED* about his opinon about your opinion?

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So you troll everyone. Ever thought why people insult you ? O.o

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P.S I get warning now ?

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PostSubject: Re: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Tue Apr 19, 2011 9:07 am

no comment about all posts above me.
srsly theres nothing to be said here.
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PostSubject: Re: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Wed Apr 20, 2011 8:58 am

Sorry but I had to said that. The GK without Recruiter is Proer .... nough Said XD
Oh damn I'm ranked newbie :( so My opinion doesn't count cuz that sure means I dont know !"/$ about his game :(

Do I get a Warning too XD
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PostSubject: Re: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Wed Apr 20, 2011 10:31 am

@Scorp/Placido: Stop posting things that are irrelevant to the topic. You are only damaging the good image of Harper's fanfic domain.

Back on topic now.

@Harper: A GREAT chapter as always. Very interested in seeing what finally happened to Yuri. Your plot is very good and your writing style never lets the reader get bored or lose interest. Just one request: Could you please add colors to your fanfic (names and narration parts) ? I know it is the most boring thing about writing a fanfic but it makes it just a lot more enjoyable to read. If you don't want to it is fine - your writing is very clear and understandable anyway. Just my personal opinion. And OF COURSE KIU!
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PostSubject: Re: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Thu Apr 21, 2011 1:19 am

Scorpion67 wrote:

Do I get a Warning too XD

Yesh! Have fun with it :D

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PostSubject: Re: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Sun Apr 24, 2011 12:46 pm

...anyway, now that the drama is over, let's get back to the story :D. The chapter after this one is where the story really starts to take off, I mean REALLY starts to take off, so stay tuned for that one.
Ace: thanks man :). Well I agree it would probably look better. But like you said, it's EXTREMELY boring to do so. I'll consider it though as other people have suggested the same thing
Here's part 2 everyone:

The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 6: Yuri's Tale, Part 2

Vongola: "You beat Richlik? Pity you didn't kill him..."
Yuri: "Well, sure, he was a treacherous swine. And he did steal my academy. But really it was like Shadow said: he was just a pawn in their plan. I don't think he deserved to die. Did he die while I was gone?"
Scorpion: "That's a good question. Chaosking had one of his monsters attack him but it wasn't in a Shadow Duel so he may have survived. In any case, he was too weak to do anything about Chaosking."
Yuri: "I'm surprised YOU weren't too weak to do anything about Chaosking..."
Scorpion: "I was. But no longer."

Vongola gave him a sidelong glance. There it was again. That attitude that seemed so very unlike Scorp. He shook his head. Now he was just being paranoid...he was sure he would feel the same way if it was him who had lost to Chaosking.

Vongola: "Wait...you say that man's name was Shadow? There's a person named Shadow that's been winning minor tournaments all over the place lately. He hasn't won anything big yet like a national title, but no one can stop him. He always wins the tournaments without losing once in them."

Yuri grimaced.

Yuri: "I know that...now. But I didn't back then. If I would have stayed and fought him, I probably wouldn't be here right now."
Scorpion: "So what happened? What do you know? How did you figure out about Chaosking? And where have you been all of this time?"
Yuri: "Well, I'll explain..."

Several Months Ago:

Yuri wasn't sure what instinct had caused him to run away from Shadow. Maybe it was the way he had called Richlik a pawn. Yuri could believe that, Richlik had never been the best duelist, and if Shadow had promised him power, Yuri knew that Richlik would have accepted his offer without hesitation. But the problem was, Richlik had been hard. Yuri had almost died facing him, and if Shadow was the one who had given him that power, surely he was at least twice as powerful as Richlik. Besides, Yuri had already weathered a Shadow Duel and wasn't sure if he could win two Shadow Duels in a row against a more difficult opponent. Yuri was a brave person, but not a fool. He would fight another day.
  He tore through the cave as fast as he could. He didn't know here he was going and at this point, it didn't matter: he just needed to escape. He came to a fork that led off into two different paths, and he silently cursed under his breath. He took the left path, and in his haste he stumbled over a rock near the opening and almost fell. He cursed again and kept running. After about four minutes of running, he saw light ahead, and he put on an extra burst of speed. Yuri came to the mouth of the cave and ran out, slowing down as he went. As he exited the cave, he bent over and put his hands on his knees, panting. He was safe now, he could afford to rest. He looked up.

Shadow: "You can't run from me."

Shadow was right in front of him. How the devil did he get there so fast?! He had to get out of here...Carefully, so Shadow wouldn't follow his gaze, Yuri looked past Shadow and saw The Mainframe in the distance. DUA couldn't be more than three quarters of a mile away. Unfortunately, Shadow did follow his gaze. 

Shadow: "You will never make it back there."

Shadow suddenly grabbed Yuri's face and they were both devoared by darkness again.

Later:

This time, it seemed to take much longer for Yuri to open his eyes. When he did, he had no idea where he was. He appeared to be in the slums of a big city. Scyscrapers loomed in the distance, but he was surrounded by smaller buildings and dirty, grimy roads. Some of the buildings had windows smashed in. They were standing next to an open garage with motorcycles in them. Several other black-cloaked men were working on the bikes or watching Shadow. 

Shadow: "Welcome to The Satelite."
Yuri: "The Satelite? You mean in New Domino City? Did you teleport us here?"
Shadow: "Indeed I did. Unfortunately for you, this will be your burial place."

He gestured to the other cloaked men.

Shadow: "I'd like to introduce you to The Children Of The Dark. Children Of The Dark, Yuri Bakura. Yuri Bakura, Children Of The Dark."

The other acolytes sneered at him menacingly. With the other Children around, Yuri knew escape was impossible. He raised his duel disk.

Yuri: "You're the one who's going to lose."

The other Children barked with laughter. Shadow merely smiled slightly under his hood.

Shadow: "I never lose."

Suddenly, two gleaming silver motorcycles roared into view. The two bikers moved into a circular formation around Yuri, making a defensive wall.

D-Wheeler: "Get on!!"

Yuri needed no further invitation. He leapt onto the back of the D-Wheel and held on tight to the rider. The other D-Wheeler ducked just in time as Shadow sent a dark plasma bolt straight at his head.

D-Wheeler: "Move!!!"

The two riders floored it and they were off. Yuri held on tight as the rider actually sped up as he took corners and tore out of them without incident. He manuevered the D-Wheel with expertise. He was clearly an experienced driver. When Yuri's nerve came back, he addressed them.

Yuri: "Who are you?!?!"

Before they could answer, the other D-Wheeler shouted to him.

D-Wheeler 2: "DJD! They're chasing us!"
Dancejondance: "**** it! How close are they Det?"
The Detonator: "He's catching up fast. DJD, I'll hold him off, you get him out of here!"

DJD seemed to consider this. 

DJD: "Okay, but be careful. He isn't just any Child Of The Dark. He doesn't lose."

The Detonater smiled under his helmet.

Det: "I'll make sure he won't lose then."

DJD and Yuri sped off faster while The Detonator slowed and brought his D-Wheel beside Shadow. Shadow responded by casually blasting Det with a plasma bolt. However, Detonator had expected something like that, and he ducked.

Shadow: "Get out of my way!"
The Detonator: "I challenge you to a duel!"
Shadow: "I refuse."
Det: "Do you? Then I guess that means your unbeaten streak is broken."

Shadow said nothing for almost a full minute. Then, he pressed a button on his D-Wheel.

D-Wheel Computers: "Duel mode engaged. Speed World 3, set on. Autopilot disabled."

The Detonator/Shadow: "Duel!"

Life Points:
The Detonator:8000. Shadow:8000

Shadow: "The challenger goes first."
Det: "Very well. Draw! I set a monster facedown and two cards facedown and end my turn."

Shadow burned with a black flame that increased in intensity as he clenched his fist.

Shadow: "Draw! I summon Blackwing - Shura The Blue Flame in attack mode! Shura, attack his monster!"
Det: "You attacked my Magical Merchant. When he's flipped, I pick up cards from the top of my deck until I reach a spell or trap card. Any monsters I pick up go to the grave."

Det drew the first card and revealed it to Shadow before adding it to his hand. Wall Of Revealing Light. Shadow raised an eyebrow. Why did The Detonator have such a useless card in his deck?

Shadow: "Whatever, take your crap card. Anyway, Shura's effect activates. When he destroys your monster in battle, I can special summon a Blackwing with 1500 or less attack from my deck. I summon Blackwing - Vayu The Emblem Of Honor! Vayu, attack him directly!"

Det barely flinched as Vayu hit him, even though it was a Shadow Duel (Det:7200).

The Detonator: "Thank you Shadow. That makes my job easier for me."
Shadow: "What the **** are you talking about?! I set two cards and end my turn."
Det: "Draw. Hm, pity. I end my turn."
Shadow: "I special summon Blackwing - Bora The Spear from my hand! Vayu, Bora, and Shura, direct attack!"

Vayu cuffed Det on the head, but Det skillfully dodged the attacks of the other two, causing the Blackwings to run into each other (The Detonator:2900). Shadow stared incredulously at Det.

Shadow: "What are you doing? Don't insult me!! You're going to lose because you're not even trying!!"
Det: "Am I?"
Shadow: "Yes!"
Det: "We'll see. My turn! I activate Guant Trunade, to return all spell and trap cards to our hands."

Shadow winced. Here it came, The Detonator was about to finally make a move.

Det: "I set three cards and end my turn."
Shadow: "WHAT?! That's IT?!"
Det: "Indeed. But now that's it's your turn, I activate my first card. Gift Card! This card allows me to give you 3000 life points."

Shadow blinked in surprise (Shadow:11000).

The Detonator: "Now I reveal my second card. Self-Destruct Button! When my life points are lower than yours by a margin of at least 7000...both of our life points hit zero."
Shadow: "WHAAAAAAAATTT?!?!"

A big red button appeared on the field, and a disembodied green hand appeared as well.

Shadow: "Now see here hand...please don't push that. Please...if you don't push it, I'll give you..."

The hand pushed the button. There was a huge explosion, throwing Det and Shadow apart. Both of their D-Wheels blew out steam and came to a grinding halt. 

Shadow: "YAAUUGGHH!!"

In a rage, Shadow got off his D-Wheel and kicked it as hard as he could, and then howled in pain as he stubbed his toes. The Detonator simply sat on his D-Wheel and grinned as DJD and Yuri drove out of sight (The Detonator:0. Shadow:0).

The Present:

Vongola: "Wow, Shadow actually lost...kinda."
Yuri: "Nah, they both lost, so it doesn't really count. But I sure bet it hurt Shadow's pride."
Scorpion: "Haha so Vongy, are you going to give up Blackwings now that someone else is using them?"

Vongola smiled.

Vongola: "I already did actually. I made a new deck out of the expensive cards that we got from the President."
Scorpion: "So I'm still curious about one thing Yuri. You've been gone for months. And that encounter with Richlik and Shadow couldn't have lasted more than a day or two."
Yuri: "Well, like I said, I was saved by Dancejondance and The Detonator. They're both administrators of Turbo Duel Academy, so I decided to stay there. I told one of the Delta Knights about the situation with The Shadow Duelists at DUA and he said he would take care of it. He seemed to know a lot about The Children. He explained to me about their intention to summon Chaosking to this world in order to take over everything and rule the universe. So he left TDA to stop them, and I figured why not stay at the top academy in the world while I wait for news? A week ago, he returned and told me that DUA had been completely destroyed, so I went to check it out. That...was a bad idea. There were still Children Of The Dark there and they almost killed me again. When I got back home to TDA to get medical treatment, the doctor mentioned something to me about DGA. I couldn't believe you guys were still alive, so I didn't even bother changing out of my dirty and torn clothes and I came here straight away."

Vongola and Scorpion sat back in their seats and absorbed the news for a few minutes. Finally, Vongola spoke.

Vongola: "That's quite an experience you've been through."
Yuri: "Yeah."
Vongola: "Well it's great to have you back Yuri. We'll get you a change of clothes and a room, and some food in a little bit. But one thing still bothers me. You said you contacted a member of the DLKz to investigate DUA. But we never saw any of them, no one came to help us. Also, their leader Kiryu told us that Ray1500 contacted them after he escaped DUA, but by the time they got there, Tino had won already. We ran into them on the way out. If you had contacted them that early, why didn't they come and why did they say Ray was the first to contact them?"

Yuri seemed puzzled.

Yuri: "I have no idea."
Scorpion: "I think I do. Yuri, what Delta Knight was it?"
Yuri: "The Dutch Prince."

Scorpion stood up and stood next to a window, hands clasped behind his back. Then he turned back around to face Vongola and Yuri.

Scorpion: "You were deceived Yuri. The Dutch Prince quit the DLKz some time ago."

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PostSubject: Re: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Sun Apr 24, 2011 1:37 pm

This part of the chapter about Yuri's Tale is finally been working to something in depth again, which I like. Besides it seems my character finally gets some lines ... lmao.

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PostSubject: Re: The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 8: The Twilit King   Fri Apr 29, 2011 9:24 am

Thanks tdp :). Wonder if anyone else is still reading this...
The DGA Chronicles Season 2: War Of The Kings - Chapter 7: Legend Of The Kings

Harper rode on the stolen motorcycle to the top of the hill. He was on the edge of Satellite, on a hill overlooking the Daedalus Bridge. As he got to the top of the hill, he whipped the D-Wheel around to face the bridge and cut the engine. Harper stared at New Domino City in the distance, and fingered his silver cross necklace.

Harper: "Somewhere down there lie the answers to all of this."

Harper had a feeling that DJD knew a lot more than he let on about the Shadow Duelists and Chaosking. He had claimed to be able to tell if Chaosking had been sealed (whatever that meant) and his associate Frost had claimed the same thing. Frost and Shock, he knew, had silver cross necklaces identical to his and he had no doubt that Blaze and DJD did as well. DJD knew something about the situation that Harper didn't, that was for sure. Maybe he was even controlling the situation. 
Harper snorted. Odd, he thought, that he was making judgments about someone he hadn't actually met yet. Well, there was only one thing for it: he had to ask DJD personally. Harper revved the engine again and set back towards TDA.

Meanwhile:

DJD sat in his office, behind his desk. DJD did not appear to be a self-important man, but it could not be disputed that his office was glamorous; as was TDA itself. The office had the back wall completely made out of glass, with his desk and chair facing away from the gigantic window. That way, when people entered DJD's office, DJD would be highlighted by natural light. Even though the walls were plain white, they were heavily decorated with classic art and ancient weapons such as spears, swords, and shields. Since they were gilded with gold and silver, the weapons seemed to be more for show than for actual use, but in fact they were fully sharpened and expertly made.
   DJD was sitting behind his desk at that very moment, and there was a knock at the door.

DJD: "Come in."

A young, attractive girl entered the office. Despite her youth, she carried herself in a way that suggested that she was smarter and wiser than she appeared at first glance.

DJD: "Ah, Catgirl. Can I help you with something?"
Catgirl: "Someone's here to see you DJD. Someone...you've been very anxious to meet."

Catgirl and DJD locked eyes, and for a reason DJD couldn't explain, he knew who she was talking about.

DJD: "Really? He returned? That's more impressive than I had hoped. Not to mention easier...I was afraid I would have to hunt him down."
Catgirl: "Indeed. But should I let him in or shall we talk until he decides to run away again?"
DJD: "Of course, you're right, send him in."

Catgirl tilted her head politely at DJD and went to fetch Harper. People who did not know Catgirl very well assumed that she was something of a secretary for DJD, despite her official rank as Administrator. But in reality, DJD trusted her with TDA just as much as he trusted himself with it.
   A few minutes later, she returned with Harper and left. Harper studied DJD. He was a good deal older than Harper, perhaps in his mid twenties, but he aged remarkably slowly even for being that young. Harper could tell that DJD was around 25, but if he had been told  DJD was his age he would have believed it. DJD was clearly Italian, he had olivey skin, green eyes, and curly black hair. He had on brown designer pants, and a clean white button-up shirt. In an odd way, his respectable appearance seemed at odds with Harper and his unkempt white hair, hard blue eyes, and raggedy casual clothes.

Harper: "You must be Dancejondance."
DJD: "Indeed I am sir. And you must be Harper."

Harper's eyes studied DJD for a few moments.

Harper: "Indeed I am. I have a few questions for you."
DJD: "I should be happy to answer them for you."
Harper: "Really."

Harper didn't sound the least bit convinced.

Harper: "I suppose that's why you had me locked away as a prisoner."
DJD: "You were never a prisoner Harper. I simply kept you here forcibly until I could have the privilege of speaking to you. But then... I had a better idea."
Harper: "And what was that?"
DJD: "Let you go. And test you. After all actions speak louder than words."

Harper remembered the criminal members of EX and Black Knight who had kidnapped him from TDA the previous day.

Harper: "But I was...wait...did you...?"
DJD: "Yes. You see, those criminals aren't really members of EX. They're not even real criminals. I simply hired them to put on a show for you. Black Knight is simply one of my more loyal members here. His name is Janembo, perhaps you've heard of him?"
Harper: "Yeah...I think he joined DGA as well."
DJD: "Yes, he was to keep an eye on you there."
Harper: "So...what's this all about? What was the point of kidnapping me if you already had me? And why risk letting loose someone who kills at random?" 
DJD: "I wanted to see how you acted under pressure. And if you notice, you didn't murder Janembo. Quite the opposite in fact."
Harper: "I beat him."
DJD: "True. But think about the way you beat him."

Harper's hand closed around the silver cross.

DJD: "That's right."
Harper: "What is it DJD? It healed me, gave me power. It did the same for Fallen King when he faced one of the Shadow Duelists. You and Team Element all have exact copies of it."
DJD: "That, my friend, is where our long story begins. Please, take a seat."

Harper reluctantly sat down in an armchair next to the wall, while DJD remained seated at his desk.

DJD: "Now this story may seem completely unrelated to what we're talking about, but it's important that you understand this. Can I ask you to not interrupt an be patient with me?"

Harper nodded. He had no idea what DJD was talking about but he was willing to listen, no matter how boring it may be.

DJD: "Long, long ago, so far back that few remember it even happened, much less the details of what happened, our world was in chaos. Perhaps you have heard the Shadow Duelists speak of the Shadow Realm?"

Harper nodded.

DJD: "All of the inhabitants of the Shadow Realm, all of them, were loose. There was not yet such a thing as the Shadow Realm, in fact. At that time, demons still lived in our world, and no one controlled them. As you can imagine, there was an immense struggle for power. There were demons on the loose who wanted only destruction, powerful monarchs who constantly fought each other and others for more land, selfish people who assasinated kings in order to take their kingdoms, only to be themselves assasinated sometimes only days later, brothers killed brothers, friendship was a joke...the chaos was unbelieveable. But not all men were evil. Some fought for good, for light, and the common man. Many of these good men descended from royalty, yet they abdicated their thrones for a much nobler cause: defending the world from evil. They were known and have been know by many different names. Some called them the Paladins. Some called them the Servants Of Light. From the latter name came the title that they are known best by: 
The Lightsworn, or Lightlords."

DJD let his words sink in for a few moments.

Harper: "The Lightsworn? But aren't they...?"
DJD: "Duel Monsters cards? Yes. The archtype of Lightsworn is a collection of some of the most famous Lightlords throughout their brief history."
Harper: "Brief history?"

DJD sighed sadly.

DJD: "Yes, brief. Unfortunately so. The Lightlords fought hard to defend their cause, and they were widely supported for a time, but in truth they were a small number against a huge army of hatred and indifference. The Light gave the Lightlords immense power over their enemies, but they would often find that if they defeated an evil monarch, another would simply rise up in his place and be more wicked than the first. Individual wicked men weren't the problem. Civilization itself was wicked. And there was another problem: The Demon Kings."

At this point, there was a knock on the door that snapped them out of the ancient past and back to the present. Janembo came in and brought Harper and DJD some Coke. Janembo seemed friendly enough but Harper had a feeling he was being eyed with suspiscion.

DJD: "Thank you Janembo, my throat was getting dry."
Janembo: "You're welcome sir, I'll get out of your way now."

Janembo quietly shut the door behind him.

DJD: "Now, where was I?"
Harper: "The Demon Kings."
DJD: "Ah yes, The Demon Kings. Well demons, as a stereotype, work alone and their main goal is destruction. But as time went on, they began to be picked off one by one by the Lightlords. The smartest demons deduced that it would be much smarter to work in an organized fashion like the Lightlords did. The smartest demons also happened to be the most powerful, and they began a campaign to take over kingdom after kingdom and make themselves kings over the land instead of others. There were five of them: the smartest, strongest, and most ruthless demons of them all. Their's was a reign of terror, they ruled with an iron fist and none disputed their dark power. Their rule was...well 'respected' is too honorable of a term...their rule was feared enough that there were few assasination attempts on them as there was for the previous kings. Anybody who did try to kill them died horrible deaths. So the immortal Demon Kings stayed in power for decades, ruthlessly torturing and killing the oppressed people. Finally, the Lightlords decided to do something about it. The Lightlords, under the leadership of Lightlord named Aurkus, launched a raid against the five Demon Kings at their capital city. The battle was legendary, and intensely brutal. Aurkus brought fifteen Lightlords with him on his quest. Only seven returned. The fight went on for days, the sheer power of the coliding forces made the earth shake. However, in the end, the Lightlords managed to capture the Demon Kings and trap them in another dimension: The Shadow Realm.
   Aurkus believed that with the Demon Kings gone, the world would relapse into a period of peace and love. But it didn't. Men were still just as selfish and wicked as ever. Some were even insane enough to believe that the Demon Kings were martyrs, so they led efforts to try to retake the kingdoms that the Demon Kings had held. It lead to another war: the Lightlords versus the Monarchs. There were seven Monarchs, to mirror the seven remaining Lightlords. They were named Caius, Delg, Kuraz, Raiza, Mobius, Thestalos, Zaborg, and Granmarg. These Monarchs convinced much of the world that the Lightlords had only defeated the Demon Kings because they wanted the kingdoms to themselves. Aurkus maintained that they had no desire to run the government, however, it was necessary because of the darkness that was still widespread in the world, and because of the ambitions of the Monarchs. However, the Monarchs made the Lightlords out to be hypocrites and many citizens believed them like the fools they were. Sometimes people simply handed over their towns to the Monarchs because they believed them to be in the right for some convoluted reason."

DJD paused in his long narrative, his eyes far away into the past. His eyes seemed a little misty.

Harper: "What did Aurkus do?"
DJD: "What could he do? He did his best to defeat any remaining demons and send them to the Shadow Realm with their Kings. He did his best to convince the world that he existed to help them. That he had defeated the wicked Demon Kings because they had been oppressive and wicked rulers. But...the world wouldn't listen to him or thank him for his vailant efforts. Even in districts still controlled by the Lightlords, crime ran rampant. Blood ran in the streets from the constant fighting, and theivery was  more common than buying. In the long war against the Monarchs, two Lightlords were killed, dropping their number to a mere five.
   Finally, Aurkus had had enough. He summoned the remaining Lightlords to the sacred temple of the sun dragon and murdered them all. He offered the souls of the four fallen Lightlords in exchange for the power to destroy the wicked world. The sun dragon accepted the offering, and in exchange, the dragon summoned itself to the mortal world. It was only supposed to come when the end of times was at hand, when mankind was to be judged. But Aurkus summoned the mighty Judgement Dragon before its time, and it destroyed everything. The intense light of it wiped the world clean of all its many sins. The wicked people simply could not even begin to stand against the destructive power of Judgement Dragon. The powerful monarchs were slaughtered as if they were twigs being snapped. They did not and could not attempt to fight back, they were swept away.
   As the world burned to the ground with sacred fire, The Creator took pity on the devastated world. He opened the door to the Spirit World. It opened the way for fairies and other good creatures of light to come and repair the world that had been so lost. The Creator re-created mankind, and they repopulated rapidly. Only one thing from the old world remained: Aurkus. Since he had summon Judgement Dragon, he was untouched by all of the destruction. The world was wiped completely clean of the darkness, and a better world of happiness took it's place. Only Aurkus knew the danger tht the darkness still presented. So when he was an old man, he created a secret society of people who serve the light and protect society from the dark. These people are called Aurkites. Aurkus saved four relics from the deceased Lightlords, and when he died, he passed down his own relic as well. When the relics choose an owner, they give the owner the power of the Lightlords: for Aurkus knew that surely the Lightlords would be needed to save the world again someday."

DJD finished, and folded his hands under his chin. Harper sat lost in his own thoughts for several minutes as he digested all of the information. After quite some time, Harper spoke.

Harper: "That was a very interesting story. But what does that have to do with what we were talking about?"
DJD: "If fact, it has everything to do with what we were talking about. You see, it's no story, it's fact. All of that actually happened, eons ago. And now their battle has resurfaced in our time."

Harper considered that.

Harper: "So...the Lightlords. They mirror the Demon Kings, right?"

DJD nodded.

DJD: "In a manner of speaking I suppose they do. The Lightlords serve the light, and the Demon Kings serve the dark. Five Lightlords, five Demon Kings. With the relics, the Lightlords are technically immortalized. And as I mentioned before, the Demon Kings themselves are immortal. But they're trapped inside the Shadow Realm. At least...theyhave been."

Harper felt a shiver run down his spine. He suddenly knew what DJD meant by their battle resurfacing in their time.

Harper: "Chaosking."

DJD nodded slowly. Harper was more frustrated than ever.

Harper: "So that makes me your enemy then I suppose?!"
DJD: "Actually...no. First of all, you're not my enemy. Chaosking is. He posseses you because he cannot yet return to this world himself. Second of all, you're...a special case."

Harper was going to reply, but then he realized something.

Harper: "You're...you're an Aurkite aren't you?"
DJD: "Yes. But I'm more than that. I posses one of the ancient relics of the Lightlords. I AM a Lightlord actually. Can you guess who the other Lightlords are?"

Harper though back to how back in DGA, Frost seeme to be able to speak to him through his mind.

Harper: "Team Element?"
DJD: "Correct. Frost, Blaze, and Shock are all carriers of the relics."

Harper scratched his head.

Harper: "But that's only four. There were five Lightlords in the end, right? Five relics?"

DJD said nothing at first.

DJD: "Would you like to see my Lightlord relic Harper?"

Harper nodded, not sure where he was going with this. DJD unbuttoned the top two buttons of his shirt, then he pulled something out from underneath his shirt. It was a silver cross necklace. Harper's eyes widened, and he clutched his own silver cross necklace.

Harper: "Does that mean...?"

He had an odd sensation in the pit of his stomach as all the missing pieces fell into place.

DJD: "I wasn't sure at first. The relic chooses the Lightlord, not the other way around. At times, the relics give stength to those who would use it for good, such as your friend Fallen King. But your duel with Janembo proved it to me: the light actually took precedance over the dark demon inside of you. And it gave you such power as to defeat a skilled duelist like Janembo with a near-worthless deck. I also wasn't sure Chaosking was one of the Demon Kings at first either. But his sheer power, coupled with the fact that I couldn't seal him away, proves that he is. And proves that your necklace is what's sealing Chaosking for the time being, not my power. I've toyed with other possibilities but after what I've seen, all the evidence points to one thing."

DJD took a deep breath.

DJD: "You are a Lightlord and a Demon King."

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