Welcome to Kingdom Hearts: World Destiny! We are an AU Kingdom Hearts RP with no word count. World Destiny's story takes place post Dream Drop Distance, at which point we make considerable steps in our own story direction. Feel free to check out the Plot link to find out more!
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Nightfall: Chapter 2
Two years after the events of Dream Drop Distance, the Darkness became so great that it swallowed the worlds, locking them away within its merciless abyss.
Twilight Town, now covered in eternal night, stands as one of last Sanctuaries of Light. It is where players begin their journey.
Ever resourceful, the Moogles have created a safe place for refugees. They have charged the Denizens of Light with finding Castle Oblivion: it holds a key to the puzzle of the lost worlds.
But within the dark shadows of the sanctuary world a powerful dark force still looms, waiting to strike. Each survivor must choose whether to go to Castle Oblivion or stay behind to protect the world from the dragon that lurks in the shadows.
“Okay, so, what kind of game is this?” Vanellope asked aloud to herself, scratching her chin as she wandered out of the castle. She squinted up at the bright sun, took a deep breath of that fresh air, and hurried up the path until she reached the wide area just outside the giant castle, a place that Vanellope didn’t know, but was called the Postern.
This was a really weird place, and Vanellope was still trying to find her way around. One moment she’d been messing with a computer—and just because she was a program didn’t mean she was an expert at that kind of thing—and the next she’d wound up in some high-tech room in the middle of a big building. She hadn’t run into anyone to ask questions, but for the love of all that was sweet, she’d gotten lost in the corridors for what seemed like forever! It was nice to finally be outside.
Vanellope scrambled up onto one of the bronze pipes set along the walls to get a better view. “Woooow,” she said, looking out at the city just visible not too far away. Bright and bustling. A perfect place to go exploring for some answers! “All right! I can’t wait to tell everyone about this. They’re going—so—jealous!” She didn’t notice the skips in her words and continued speaking like nothing happened. “Wonder if those viruses are here too. It looked like they were probably everywhere… Whoa!” She craned her neck to get a good look at the building that towered over her. “Was I—in a castle?!”
As Vanellope exited the castle, Tun had been spending some time looking around the area. He had barely taken the time to learn what the place was like. And thanks to his ability to perform parkour to a high level, he could travel around almost seamlessly through the area. He was able to traverse the rooftops with ease, sneak past any heartless that could pester him. As he came across his next big target, the Castle, he noticed Vanellope exiting the castle.
"Well....This is new," He said to himself. He needed to think fast. She seemed relatively harmless, but he felt that his eyes would quickly deceive him. He figured that he should keep an eye on her, and he figured out how. The Castle had several points to jump up to and stay relatively invisible, while allowing good distance to targets. He quickly ran up to one and was about 15 feet from Vanellope, far enough to stay out of the way, but close enough to react to anything she does.
Completely oblivious to Tun’s presence, Vanellope continued making her observations. “This is—is—sweet!” she exclaimed, jumping up with a fist in the air. Okay, this was definitely a good place to explore. She hopped down from the pipe, debating to herself which direction to take. “I could go back to the castle and see wh-what else is in there. Maybe there’s a ruler I can talk to!” Being a former Princess and all did have its advantages. Well, in her mind it did. “Or I could go into town and find out what’s going on there.”
Deciding the town would be a better place to find out what was really happening, Vanellope made her way towards the path she assumed led in that direction. Not a few steps later, though, a strange bubbly sound caught her ears and she turned to see a couple of strange blue humanoids wearing metal helmets behind her. “Oh, the welcoming committee’s finally here. About time guys,” she said jokingly. But then she saw the familiar red and black emblems on their chests, and her eyes widened. The viruses. Her hands went to her slingshot and the bag of jawbreakers on her hip. She took aim and... fire!
Tun looked in surprise at the attack by the Heartless. feeling that she wouldn't last long enough on her own, He jumped down and rushed straight at the Heartless. He had faced them before, but never truly defeated one. The worst is scare one away. He needed to stop them here, since a scare would do nothing essentially here.
As Tun closed in, his mind seemed to go blank. He didn't feel or think anything, feeling a rush of some strange phenomenon occur. He drew his knife in a backhand position in his right hand, and....gained a sudden burst of speed, slicing straight across a Heartless. Tun looked around, unaware of what he just did, and looked around. He slashed at another heartless and ran to the girls side.
The jawbreaker slammed into the first virus's face, right between its eyes and knocking it back. But the second virus charged forward with its claws raised, and out of instinct Vanellope tried to glitch out of the way.
Something else happened. Vanellope's eyes went wide, her pupils dilating as her body began to shake. Then she froze, the startled look still stuck on her face. Pixlexia program has encountered a fatal error and is forced to restart.
A few seconds later she snapped back to reality, completely oblivious to what had happened. She blinked, jumping back when she saw the boy that had seemingly (to her, anyway) appeared out of nowhere. "Where the heck did you come from?" Vanellope asked. She saw the knife in his hand and the momentarily incapacitated viruses. Well, no complaints here.