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Pisces Albafica Fanfic 2: Red Thread Of FateIt is done.Pisces Albafica Fanfic 2: Red Thread Of Fate by darth-eagle
The torch had been passed from one to another; the duty to protect from the Master to his Apprentice. Only the fittest...the one with the most poisonous blood had survived the Final Blood Ritual. The red thread that binds the Master to his Apprentice had been permanently severed and a new Pisces Gold Saint had emerged.
Albafica cradled the lifeless body of Pisces Rugonis. He wept loudly, regretting what he had done to cause the death of his beloved master. He regretted that night 4 years ago when he agreed to do the Blood Ritual, the exchange of their blood, with his master. Now his blood had killed his master, proving that it is more poisonous than that of his master.
Rugonis was more than just a master to Albafica. He was the only person Albafica had known all his life and saw as his father even though they were not related by blood. Rugonis had raised Albafica since after he was born, when Rugonis found him 16 years ago, abandoned among the poisonous rose bushes on the o
Pisces Albafica Fanfic 1: Upset TummySomething is not right with his boy today. He did not come out of his room this morning for breakfast together. Yesterday, Defteros brought him home on his back saying Albafica had fallen off the Apple Tree near the Scorpio Temple and Albafica keep saying he was okay and nothing had happened.Pisces Albafica Fanfic 1: Upset Tummy by darth-eagle
Pisces Rugonis knocked on Albafica bedroom door again.
“Albafica, are you okay? It is almost noon now and you still haven’t eaten your breakfast.”
Rugonis heard a muffled voice from behind the door, “I’m okay, Master. I just have an upset tummy. Just let me sleep it off please.”
“You don’t sound well, my boy; let me take a look.”
“No, no, I’ll be okay” Albafica replied back.
Albafica do not sound that well; seriously he sounded like he was in pain which do not sound like from an upset stomach. Rugonis sighed.
Rugonis suddenly heard a knock on the front door. He left the bedroom door of Albafica’s room and walked to the c