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Naruto Love Fest: Week One Origins-WorryOrigins: WorryNaruto Love Fest: Week One Origins-Worry by angelicroses37
“Gaara, we have an important mission for you.”
I bowed my head, showing them I was listening.
“It's a B-rank mission and the details are simple. We need you to go to the Land of Fire and deal with some bandits there that have been attacking people around the Konoha area. There are mostly Chunnin level opponents with some Jounin leaders. Now, since you have your sand powers and sand shield, you should fare well.”
“We are also sending five Chunnin and one Jounin leader with you. You seven should be enough to take down these bandits, then find their hideout and destroy it.”
“Okay.” I told him, raising my head. “But if I may ask, how many bandits are there? That would be important to know.”
“I agree. But unfortunately, we don’t know the exact number. The reports vary from five to fifteen to even twenty! That’s the only thing we can tell you about their numbers. So go in expec
The Longest Road ch.56 The merchantThe Longest Road ch.56 The merchant by Kitsune1978
The Longest Road
~Chapter 56. The merchant~
Hotaru wasn't a morning person although he got used to getting up early during many years of travelling with his father. They spent majority of their time driving the horse-drawn wagon, or camel-drawn wagon in case of travelling across Kaze no Kuni.
The young man stretched and yawned in his comfortable bed. Rubbing his eyes, he stood up and cleaned and dressed for the day. He went out of the inn in a leisure pace, heading for the wagon to check it for the last time before they would depart. The guards walking between merchant wagons recognized him and nodded. He nodded back, stifling another yawn and ignoring the rumbling in his stomach. There was no time for breakfast. He had to prepare the wagon for the long journey to Kaminari no Kuni while his father was going to pay for an inn room and make a meal they would eat later while on the road.
There was nothing out of place until Hotaru neared the wagon and instantly noticed th
The Longest Road ch.55 The weakening sealThe Longest Road ch.55 The weakening seal by Kitsune1978
The Longest Road
~Chapter 55. The weakening seal~
Gaara waited impatiently for the dawn to rise. He hoped his head would stop aching, and he wanted the news of Kanryū's death to be broken already. Minutes ticked by as the awaited noise of rushing footsteps and frightened exclamations still wasn't happening. Gaara wondered what was the reason of the delay but nothing appeared to him. Obviously the guards were lazier than he thought. Or maybe they decided to search for their commander on their own before they would conclude that something was wrong indeed.
Minutes turns into hours. Everyone in the mansion woke up, servants bustling around, guards walking here and there, inspecting. Finally, the daimyō emerged from his room too, greeting his bodyguard with a small nod although the ruler's watchful gaze didn't settle on Gaara's face, scanning the place as it always did. Gaara bowed to his master, and followed him wordlessly. The daimyō's daily routine had be
The Longest Road ch.53 DisconnectedThe Longest Road ch.53 Disconnected by Kitsune1978
The Longest Road
~Chapter 53. Disconnected
Being dragged in some unknown direction by the monster, Matsuri panted and stumbled continuously, shuffling her feet against the ground. The hour was late and the daily bustle had considerably decreased, more people staying safely in their houses than walking around. Even if they would walk around at this hour, the monster's sand eye was scanning the area before them to detect any possible hitch. Matsuri didn't quite know if she cared or not. After what had happened before, her mind shut itself somewhat, making her feel light-headed and empty. The monster had warned the girl before not to speak and she was still silent albeit constantly shooting uncertain glances here and there. At first, she thought he would take her to the house but he would have to find some place first where she could wash away the blood. Soon Matsuri realized that it wasn't the case. The monster dragged her into the narrow cranny where the solid fence met t