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Keyblade's Power Ch 80Chapter 80: We Are One...
I watched Keke and Simba walk away. I knew Keke would try to stand up for me, that's just the way she is, but I didn't want to start yet another conflict. I heard a yell, and saw Kovu run away from Zira and the other Outsiders. I ran after him.
When I found him, he was looking into a stream. "You ok?" I asked. I saw a scar over his eye where Zira must have scratched him.
"No. Because I failed to listen to my mother, Nuka is dead... I killed my older brother... I am like Scar."
"No you're not! Sure, you may have similar colored fur and now a scar on your eye, but your heart is full of light, not darkness."
Sure, you say that, but what does Simba think? He thinks that I betrayed him. And once Kiara hears it, then..." Kovu trailed off.
"Kovu..." I said, trying to think up a good way to tell him that Kiara will believe him.
OC Q and A 3Oc Q and A: Callie
Pipi: :iconlordhadrian: asked my Oc, Callie this:
Question: Is it kind of scary knowing that Lord Vader is out to get you and other Jedi? that has to be very intimidating....
Callie: Well, I didn't know Vader was hunting Jedi until I turned ten years old, when Obi-Wan told me. But, yes, it is scary. Ryan and I almost got ourselves killed by Vader on Cloud City. If it weren't for Luke, Ryan would've lost more than a leg, and I would have lost more than some blood. My advice to all Jedi: when you battle against someone like Vader, be sure to have some bacta.
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