Just some drabbles featuring characters both from my wolfau series and my kingdomau series!
Hai~! Author-nim here with a drabble story kind of thing! I decided to write this to help counter my writer's block with my current story. This will continue on until I get most of the plot holes in both series over and done with.
Some of the characters used in one series are also in the other series. I will mark each chapter with which au the characters are in so people don't get confused!
Can find my WolfAU series [https://www.asianfanfics.com/series/view_series/1299818/148 here]
And my KingdomAU Series [https://www.asianfanfics.com/series/view_series/1299818/147 here]
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[center Mark's 21st Birthday]
Mark was going through the days like a robot, in the aftermath of Hoseok's sudden death. A week before his birthday Hoseok, or Hobi as Mark had affectionately called him, was killed by his own father. Because Mark was in the queen's guard.
"Mark," said Taeyong as Mark walked down the streets of the capitol with his hands in his pockets. "What do you want to do for your birthday?" He asked. "I don't know," said Mark, sounding broken. "We don't have to celebrate it," he said. "It's okay," said Taeyong. "We can celebrate it with just Taeil and I," he said.
"No," said Mark. "We should celebrate it with the others," he said. "But I want an hour at Hobi's grave site," he said. "Alone?" Asked Taeyong. "No, I want someone to be there," said Mark. "Who?" Asked Taeyong. "Jeonghan," said Mark. "Okay, we can do that," said Taeyong. "But someone is going with you," he said. "Until the cemetery gates," he added. Mark nodded again. "I can do that yeah," he said. "But I choose who goes with me," he said. "That's fine," said Taeyong. "Come on, we'll get dinner for the others okay?" He asked. Mark nodded and followed after Taeyong towards the market district.
Mark ended up taking Doyoung with him, and they along with Mark's dog Jeonghan headed to the cemetery to pay respects to the past members of the guards and go to Hoseok's gravesite.
"Why take me along?" Asked Doyoung, out of curiosity. "I think he'd appreciate it," said Mark. "You did spend most of your time with him," he added. Doyoung hummed, nodding.
When they got there Mark and Doyoung went to the plaque that held the names of all the members of the guard, dropping flowers in front of the plaque and bowing their heads in respect before Mark headed over to Hoseok's grave with Jeonghan. Doyoung stayed by the plaque, knowing Mark was okay with it. He needed to stay a few more minutes anyway, wanting to see what Mark would do.
Mark was aware of Doyoung still being near the plaque, but didn't do anything. He had wanted someone's presence in the cemetery with him, and was completely fine with it. When he got to the gravesite Mark dropped the other flowers down, kneeling in front of the stone with Jeonghan sitting beside him.
"It's my birthday you know?" Asked Mark as he brushed his fingers over Hoseok's name. "I know, I wanted you to be there for it but life is never fair for us guard members," he said, sighing as he shook his head. "I asked for one thing, and that was to spend an hour here so I guess we can sit and talk," he said, sitting down in front of the gravestone. Mark spent the next hour talking about anything and everything, whether it be the status of his father's conviction of Hoseok's murder, his life growing up, whatever came to mind. Doyoung was listening from his spot next to the plaque, shaking his head in amusement at the funny things Mark had said.
"You'd be proud of him I think," said Doyoung as he looked at Ren's name on the plaque. "He's staying strong, for you," he said, watching as his orb summoned by itself. "Is it time already? We were getting to the good part," he whined, sighing and shaking his head. "[i Yes, everyone has everything ready]," came Chen's voice. "Fine," said Doyoung as he shook his head again. "Mark! It's time to go!" He called.
"-And you should've seen what Jaehyun had done when he tried to..." Said Mark when he heard Doyoung call out to him. "Oh," he said, sounding slightly disappointed. "Okay," he called, getting up. "We'll continue this later then," he said. "Come on Jeonghan," he said, walking over to Doyoung.
Doyoung almost missed seeing Hoseok's spirit appearing, laughing at the funny stories Mark had shared. When Doyoung made eye contact with Hoseok, Hoseok gave him a thumbs up before fading away. Doyoung blinked once. Twice. Before shaking his head and putting his hands in his pockets. "Ready?" He asked. "Yeah," said Mark. Jeonghan barked. Doyoung smiled. "Let's go enjoy the rest of the day then," he said, leaving the cemetery. Mark and Jeonghan followed after him.
"Happy birthday!" Shouted everyone when Mark entered the apartment he shared with Taeil and Taeyong. Mark laughs, a genuine smile on his face for the first time in a week as Doyoung led him over to the couch. It wasn't much of a party, but that was okay for Mark. He never really liked big parties, but spending it with the members of the guard and the rest of the ragtag bunch that was the ex-rebels in Bangtan was enough for him.
"Happy birthday kid," said Jin as he handed Mark his present. "I'm not a kid anymore," whined Mark as he pouted. "But thank you," he added, taking the box and opening it. Mark held up the necklace, looking in surprise as he looked at Jin then at the others.
"Hoseok said he wanted to give you something, but he could never figure out what," explained Namjoon as he scooted forward. "I think he would've wanted you to have his most prized possession, that necklace," he said. "I-I," said Mark, who was at loss for words.
"Ah," said Doyoung as he realized something. "That's why he appeared before we left," he said. "He appeared?" Asked Mark as he looked at Doyoung. Doyoung nodded. "He gave me a thumbs up before disappearing again but," he said, shrugging. "Want some help putting on the necklace?" He asked. Mark nodded, handing the necklace to Doyoung. Doyoung undid the clasp before putting the necklace around Mark's neck and refastening the necklace. "There you go," he said.
The rest of the party flew by quickly, with Jaehyun deciding to return home first with Jin, Taehyung and Jungkook. They said their goodbyes and left, taking home some left over food for tomorrow. Doyoung was next, going home by himself since Sehun and Baekhyun didn't go with him to the party this time, but he left with food for them.
Namjoon, Jimin and Yoongi were left to relax in the livingroom with Mark, Taeyong and Taeil as it was silent for the first time in a few hours. "It was a good day today," Mark said suddenly. "Yes, it was," said Taeyong as he nodded in agreement. "Well, let's clean up and we can play monopoly before bed," said Taeil as he got up and went to clean. The others scrambled to clean up too, wanting to get this game of monopoly going.
"Aw come on!" Said Namjoon as he went bankrupt. "Sorry," Mark said with a snicker as Jimin went next. "Someone's out," Taeyong said, laughing some as he shook his head. "Damn it," said Jimin as he had to pay Mark for landing on one of his properties. "You see why I didn't want to play against the birthday boy now?" Asked Yoongi and Taeil as they watched the game.
They ended their night in laughter as Mark ended up winning, and Taeyong had to stop Jimin from flipping the coffee table in rage. Everyone cleaned up the game before going to their respective rooms to get some much needed sleep.
[center Joshua, Chanyeol, Ren, Sehun, and Sehun's son Sungjin's Birthdays]
Birthdays in Joshua's and Sungjin's house weren't too special, having grown up in a poor town. They didn't have much but it was the little things that counted. It was right after Christmas but Joshua didn't complain when he didn't get presents on his birthday. Spending time with family and friends was enough for him.
Sungjin wanted to make the day special this year, as Joshua was finally turning 6, the age where their parents deemed him ready to work on the small farm they owned and was their main source of income. Sungjin had found something really special when the traders from the capitol came to trade goods for food.
Wonpil and Dowoon had come to see Sungjin about celebrating Joshua's birthday as he ran errands around town. "What'd you get him hyung?" Asked Wonpil. "You'll see," said Sungjin as he looked proud. "I found it with the merchants that came through before Christmas," he said. "We'll have a small party right? I don't like big crowds," said Dowoon. "Of course, it's just us, Brian and Jae," said Sungjin.
Their parents left Sungjin and Joshua alone for the afternoon, trusting Sungjin to take care of his younger brother as they had fun and played games with the others. Sungjin brought out his guitar to sing happy birthday with the others, Dowoon making a beat on the couch.
"Make a wish!" Said Sungjin as the song ended. Joshua took a second before blowing out the candles and everyone cheered. Jae, being the oldest, went to cut the cake, and everyone got their share of cake before Sungjin went to get Joshua's one present.
"You didn't need to get me a present hyung," said Joshua as Sungjin walked back over with a box. "Don't worry, this is for you," said Sungjin as he handed Joshua the box. Joshua opened the box, spotting the orb inside.
"I think you have an affinity for magic," explained Sungjin as Joshua picked up the orb. "I see," said Joshua as he examined it, watching as it floated up from his hand before going to float just behind his left shoulder. "And it accepts you!" Cheered Sungjin. Joshua grinned, getting up and tackling Sungjin. "Thank you!" He shouted. Sungjin laughs as he fell back onto the couch.
Joshua looked at the first orb that had been a gift from Sungjin. "Do you think I should gift it to him Kris?" He asked. "[i I see he has an affinity for magic like you]," came Kris's voice in his mind. "[i It is your nephew's birthday after all]," he said. Joshua hummed, nodding as he let the orb disappear, his current orb appearing and going to float behind his left shoulder.
Chanyeol and Jongdae's birthdays were celebrated with Joshua and the rest of the guard and Joshua's wife Rose. Jongdae had said that he wasn't going to be in the guard, but he was going to be in the military to finish his two years of service. They were both turning 16, and Joshua found it as the best moment for him to give Chanyeol his first orb.
"Chanyeol," said Joshua as he finally got time alone with his favorite nephew. "Yeah?" Asked Chanyeol. "I have a present for you," said Joshua. "I've noticed that you have an affinity for magic," he said. "I do?" Asked Chanyeol. "Yes, and it seems Kris thinks you might be a lightning user," said Joshua. Chanyeol blinked in surprise.
Joshua summoned his first orb, holding it in his hand as he held it in front of him. "Will you accept this?" He asked. Chanyeol looked at it. "Is this the first orb that father gave you?" He asked. Joshua nodded. "Yes," he said. "Then yes, I will take it," said Chanyeol as he held out his hand. Joshua passed the orb to Chanyeol, smiling when the orb immediately went to float just behind Chanyeol's left shoulder. "Take care of it," said Joshua. "I will," said Chanyeol as he grinned.
Chanyeol leaned down in front of the boy Ren had found, looking concerned. "What's your name?" Asked Chanyeol. "A-Aron," said Aron. "Come on," said Chanyeol as he held out a hand. "Let's get you cleaned up and you can join Ren and I for his birthday okay?" He asked. Aron looked up, wiping his face. "Are you sure?" He asked. Chanyeol looked back at his nephew Ren. Ren nodded. "Yes!" Said Ren. "I think you'll like the food, you're too skinny and need to eat," he said. Aron sniffled before nodding, grabbing Chanyeol's hand. Chanyeol stood, helping Aron stand and smiled at Ren. "Lead the way home okay?" He asked. Ren nodded and ran out of the alleyway. Chanyeol laughs as he followed after Ren with Aron.
"[i Oi, Ren's picking up on a lot of things even before getting his orb]," came Chen's voice. Chanyeol hummed, nodding slightly. "Well, let's get you cleaned up," he said as he reached the apartment. Ren was waiting for them at the apartment door and Chanyeol opened the door to find the others waiting on them.
"A quick few minutes please? It seems Ren decided to bring along a new friend," said Chanyeol. "A new friend?" Asked JR. "This is Aron, please let him stay for the food," said Ren as he bowed. "It's your party Ren," said Minhyun as he smiled. "That's right Ren," said Kyungsoo as he walked over with Yixing. "Let's get you cleaned up," said Chanyeol as he turned to Aron, who was staring wide eyed at everyone. Aron nodded shyly, causing the adults to chuckle before Yixing went to check him over and take him to the bathroom to get him to shower and change clothes.
The party resumed like normal, and Aron soon joined them for the fun, enjoying the party and just having fun in general. Aron pigged out on the food, and instead of getting scolded everyone encouraged him to eat more. Ren had been right, Aron was too skinny and everyone wanted to make sure he had enough food.
When it came time to open up the presents, Aron felt bad because he didn't have anything. "It's okay, Ren invited you last minute," said Chanyeol as he shook his head. "I still feel bad though," said Aron. "You can get me something next year!" Said Ren. "It's okay, really," he said. Aron nodded.
After the presents were given to Ren Chanyeol went last, leaning down in front of him. "Well," said Chanyeol as he smiled. "I think I'm going to give you something that was passed down from my own uncle," he said. "Which was given to him from my father," he said. Ren blinked in surprise.
Chanyeol summoned his first orb, holding out in front of him as it dropped into his hand. "I know you have an affinity for magic, Chen himself has said so many times before," he said. "So will you accept this?" He asked. Ren nodded. "Yes," he said, holding out his hand. Chanyeol transferred the orb to Ren, watching as it went to float behind his left shoulder. "Take care of it okay?" He asked. Ren nodded. "I will," he said, grinning.
Ren sighed as he found himself standing in front of his son Sehun. Sehun's wolf Aron was continuously following him around now and Ren couldn't help but feel a sense of deja vu as memories of when Aron had found his wolf Baekhyun and Baekhyun had followed Aron around.
"Happy birthday kid," said Ren as he put a hand on Sehun's shoulder. "Thanks papa," said Sehun. "I'm going to give you this gift before I head down to the southern outpost okay?" Asked Ren. Sehun nodded. Ren summoned his first orb, letting it drop into his outstretched hand. Sehun looked at it with wide eyes.
"Yes, I'm giving you your first orb," said Ren. "This one's been passed down from your great grand uncle, then your grand uncle, then it went to me," he said. "Take care of it okay?" He asked. "Pass it down," he said. Sehun nodded, reaching out his hand. Ren transferred the orb to Sehun, watching as it went to float behind Sehun's shoulder. "Happy birthday kiddo," said Ren as he grinned.
Sehun's son Sungjin's birthday was different. They were in a time of peace and yet Kris said that his own son didn't have an affinity for magic. No, in fact it had been his great grandfather's reincarnation. Training swords were the best for his son, and Sehun couldn't agree more.
After picking up Sungjin's present from the blacksmith Sehun went to visit him at the training grounds. "Sungjin," called Sehun, causing Sungjin to run over with Taehyung and Jin. "Father!" Said Sungjin. "Happy birthday kiddo," said Sehun. "I have a present for you," he said, holding out the box.
"Training swords?" Asked Sungjin as he opened the box. "How'd you know I wanted these?" He asked, looking at Sehun. Sehun laughs. "I have a friend, remember," he said, summoning his orb. "Right," said Sungjin as he grinned. "Thank you!" He said, strapping the swords to his back in an x position before tackling Sehun. "You're welcome," said Sehun.
[center Werewolf Jisung meets A Human Kihyun]
[i "Maybe we'll meet under different circumstances, you as a werewolf and me as just a human," said Kihyun. "I wonder what we would do in those circumstances?" Asked Jisung as he turned to Kihyun. "Talk, though you'd still be young to me so I wouldn't take you seriously," said Kihyun as he chuckled.]
Jisung was able to live a good life with his mate Hyunjin, Hyunjin's brother Jeonguk and his pack. Though for the first time in years he found himself in the US with Hyunjin, staying with a friend of Jeonguk's named Cory and his mate Kisu. Cory didn't treat Jisung and Hyunjin like kids, he knew better, and Kisu was being Kisu as Jisung had put it.
Jisung entered the coffee shop, going to the counter as he spotted Kisu working. "Hey Kisu," he said. "Hey," said Kisu as he nodded. "The usual then?" He asked. "Sure," said Jisung as he nodded, giving Kisu the cash. Kisu handed him back the change and Jisung went to sit down somewhere.
After getting his order Jisung relaxed in his seat, reading a book to pass the time until Kisu was done with his shift. Cory had sent him to retrieve Kisu since Hyunjin and Cory had to get groceries that day.
The door chimed and Jisung briefly looked up to spy a human walking into the coffee shop, ordering a coffee. A look of recognition flashed on his face as he tilted his head to the side before shaking his head, going back to reading his book. He needed to ignore the humans, something that Hyunjin had ranted to him thousands of times before.
Jisung was no longer human, having been a turned werewolf since before the first world war started and it was the 70's now. Sure he missed being human, but as Hyunjin had put it, it would be better this way. He had been right like usual.
"Is that the new Stephen King book?" Came a voice from in front of him, causing Jisung to look up to see the human from earlier. "Oh, yeah, it is," said Jisung as he shrugged. "Can I sit with you?" Asked the human. "Sure," said Jisung as he motioned for him to go ahead. "I come here to work on homework," said the human. "And you happened to sit at the biggest table so," he said, shrugging as he sat down in front of Jisung. "Ah, sorry," said Jisung as he scratched the back of his head. "No big deal, I just need this side of the table," said the human. Jisung nodded as he went back to reading, letting the book rest on the table as he continued reading and waiting on Kisu's shift to finish.
"What are you studying anyway?" Jisung asked suddenly as he looked up from reading. "Just doing some math homework, I'm not sure what my major is going to be," said the human. "I'm Kihyun by the way," he added. "Jisung," said Jisung as he chuckled some. "Sorry for asking out of the blue but," he said, shrugging. Kihyun laughs. "It's alright," he said.
"You look like someone I know," Jisung said suddenly. "Funny because I said the same thing," said Kihyun as he wrote something down. "This is really strange isn't it? We don't even know each other," he said. Jisung hummed.
Kisu came over after his shift ended, and Jisung stood. "Well, it's time for me to go then," said Jisung. "I was waiting on my brother to finish his shift so," he said, shrugging. "I'll see you around I guess?" He asked. Kihyun hummed. "Oh yeah, if you want a good major to go into, try the medical field, something tells me you'll do good in it," said Jisung. Kihyun nodded. "Hm, alright," he said. Jisung left with Kisu.
[center ~modern day~]
Jisung sat at the same table he had first met the human for the first time in probably 40 years, this time with a laptop. Something had brought him over today and Jisung had a strange case of deja vu as he ordered the usual from Cory before going to sit down.
The years were strange, passing time and yet he didn't even age. Hyunjin had found his pure blood mate in a pure blood named Chan and Jisung took the opportunity to come back to the states and visit Jeonguk's good old friends Cory and Kisu.
The door chimed and in walked someone in doctor's clothing, going to order the usual. Jisung looked up briefly, a sense of recognition flooding his mind as he blinked, breathing in a familiar scent he hadn't smelled in years. He looked back at his laptop quickly, hiding behind it as he leaned forward, hiding his face from view as he browsed the internet and waited for Cory's shift to end.
"Well, this is strange," came a somewhat familiar voice that was deeper than the last time Jisung had heard it. Jisung looked up from the laptop screen to see a much older Kihyun looking back at him. "Hello Jisung," said Kihyun. "Hello," said Jisung as he smiled slightly, straightening.
"You haven't aged a day since I last saw you," said Kihyun as he sat down with his coffee. Jisung laughs. "I just have good genetics, is all," he said. "You know," said Kihyun. "You still look the same age as my son," he said. "I do huh?" Asked Jisung as he tilted his head to the side.
"What's your son's name?" He asked. "Jisung, coincidentally," said Kihyun. Jisung hummed in response as he shook his head. "It looks like you took the major thing to heart," he said, grinning. "I do have you to thank for that don't I?" Asked Kihyun. Jisung chuckled, nodding.
Cory came over after finishing his shift, putting his hands in his pockets. "Ah, it's time for me to go," said Jisung as he stood, closing the lid to his laptop. "See you around then," he said, before leaving with Cory.
[center ~sometime in the near future~]
Jisung was summoned to where Kisu and Cory were staying, as a request of Kihyun's son, Jisung. He found himself sitting in that same coffee shop, looking at his hologram watch as he scrolled through his social media feed, seeing what his pack was doing.
"Jisung?" Came a voice. "Yes?" Asked Jisung as he looked up, spotting who he assumed was Kihyun's son Jisung. "My father left a message for you," said human Jisung as he passed a piece of paper to Jisung. Jisung looked at the paper, unfolding it and reading the note.
[i Hello Jisung,
I know you might think that this note is meant for my son but it isn't. I'm here to thank you for getting me to choose the major when even I didn't know what to go into. Thank you for the years I had as a doctor and as a father and loving husband. If I didn't choose my major I would've been hunting your kind.
Yes, I knew what you were the whole time. However I hid it from you when I learned later of you working for Kris and such. Thank you for letting me live a happy life instead of in misery.
When Jisung looked up from the note human Jisung had gone. A sense of sadness filled Jisung's heart and he carefully refolded the paper after scanning it with his phone and left the coffee shop.
"Never interfere with humans he said, it'll be bad he said," said Jisung as he let out a bitter chuckle. "I'm glad I was able to change your life for the better Kihyun, I hope you rest in peace," he said, staring up at the sky.
[center Sungjin betrays the kingdom]
Finding that his twins, Jongdae and Chanyeol, were sick were putting a lot of stress on Sungjin's mind. It was bad enough that he was a single father, but it was worse when he was also a part of the king's guard. Something about the King had Sungjin believe that he was about to be involved in something he wasn't supposed to. Especially when the other members of the King's guard were in the four corners of the kingdom, keeping an eye on things.
"Sungjin," called Sungjin's younger brother, Joshua. "What's up?" Asked Sungjin as he walked out of the kitchen. "I heard the twins were sick, I asked if I could come and help you," said Joshua.
"The queen let you come home early for once?" Asked Sungjin as he fought back a grin. "Oi oi," said Joshua as he chuckled slightly. "I do come home, every other day," he said. "Rose is coming over to help, once she's done with work," he said. "Well, they seem to be okay for now," said Sungjin. "I was making lunch," he said. "Ah, okay," said Joshua. "Come on, let me help," he said. Sungjin nodded and went back into the kitchen. Joshua went to help, and the both of them worked in silence to listen out for Jongdae or Chanyeol crying.
"Did you go see Linzy today?" Asked Joshua once they finished eating lunch and made sure the twins were okay. "Not yet," said Sungjin. "I was busy as you could see," he said. "Go, I have it from here," said Joshua. "I will send Kris for you if something goes wrong," he said. Sungjin nodded, going to grab his swords and strap them to his back in his trademark x position before leaving the house.
"Ah, it's been a while," said Sungjin as he stood in front of Linzy's grave with flowers. "I hope you're doing okay, I want the twins to get better," he said, putting flowers in front of the stone before moving away. He was alone for another few minutes, before being approached by someone from the castle guard.
"The queen requests your presence," said the castle guard. "What for?" Asked Sungjin as he didn't look up at the guard. "She has a mission for you, that I can't disclose," said the guard. Sungjin hummed in response. "I'll be there, am I needed now?" He asked. "She requests for you to come now," said the castle guard. Sungjin sighed. "Okay," he said, turning to the guard. "I will be there, you can head back now," he said. The castle guard nodded, bowing before leaving.
"Do you know what this is about?" Sungjin asked, not bothering to turn to face Sungcheol who had come to pay his respects. "No," said Sungcheol. "It makes me suspicious since everyone was dismissed early today," he said. "I see," said Sungjin as he nodded. "Whatever it is, it must be very important," said Sungcheol. Sungjin hummed, nodding and starting to walk away.
"You did well taking care of my sister hyung," called Sungcheol, causing Sungjin to pause, turning to Sungcheol. "I apparently didn't do well enough for her to survive giving birth to the twins," said Sungjin. "You did great, and you are doing great, taking care of my nephews," said Sungcheol. "Thanks," said Sungjin before he turned, walking away and heading to the palace.
"Come in, Sungjin," said the queen as Sungjin knocked on the door. Sungjin entered the room, going to kneel in front of the throne. "This is rare," said Sungjin as he bowed his head. "Yes, it is," said the queen. "I called you here to ask you for a potentially dangerous mission," she said. Sungjin hummed. "What is it?" He asked.
"I need you to kill the king," said the queen. "You need me to do what?" Asked Sungjin as he looked up. "I need you to kill the king," said the queen. "You expect me to betray the entire kingdom after royally serving the king for years now?" Asked Sungjin.
"I know, doing this is against everything you trained to do but the king has become corrupted," said the queen. "I'm sure you noticed how the king has done some crazy things," she said. "Word from Brian and Wonpil is saying that a civil war might be starting," she said.
"So you want me to kill the king, to which I'd get killed regardless because I'd be labeled a traitor, and [i then] you want me to go stop this civil war?" Asked Sungjin. "It would be a lot easier than executing you on the spot," said the queen. Sungjin hummed. "And the twins?" He asked. "You have your brother and his wife, your brother in law, and the rest of my guard," said the queen.
Sungjin sighed. "Okay," he said. "When do you want me to strike?" He asked. "Later tonight," said the queen. "Tell Joshua that you're doing errands," she said. "Okay," said Sungjin. "Good luck," said the queen. Sungjin stood, bowing before leaving the room.
When Sungjin went back to the apartment he found Rose making dinner. "Was I gone that long?" Asked Sungjin. "Yes," said Rose. "Where's Josh?" Asked Sungjin. "In the twin's room," said Rose. Sungjin nodded and went into the twin's bedroom, finding Joshua entertaining the twins.
"Hey hyung," said Joshua as he looked up. "Hey," said Sungjin. "You were summoned," said Joshua. "I know, someone went to get me at the cemetery," said Sungjin. "What did the queen want?" Asked Joshua. "Just needed me to do some errands later," said Sungjin.
"How are my boys?" Asked Sungjin as he picked up Chanyeol and felt his forehead. "Still sick I see," he said. "They're doing better," said Joshua as he played with Jongdae.
"Alright," said Sungjin as he finished eating dinner. "I have some errands to run, I'll be back later," he said. "Alright," said Joshua. "I'll be here with Rose," he said. Sungjin nodded and strapped his swords to his back in the trademark x position before leaving the house.
He headed to the palace, going to a different wing of the palace towards the King's personal chambers. The guards around him regarded Sungjin with bows, Sungjin nodding his head in return. No one suspected a thing, or maybe they too were anticipating the king's death.
"Come in," said the king as Sungjin knocked on the door. Sungjin walked into the room, bowing at the king. "Hello your highness," he said. "Sungjin, what is it?" Asked the King. "I'm sorry," said Sungjin as he withdrew his swords. "I have seen this coming," said the King as he stood.
"Please know that I didn't want to do this," said Sungjin. "I am well aware," said the King. "Do your worst," he said. Sungjin leaped forward with his swords, attacking the king. The king countered with his own weapons and Sungjin attacked with everything he had.
"You've done well Sungjin," said the King as he blocked a blow from Sungjin's sword. "Thank you," said Sungjin. "Take care of this civil war alright? Don't die until the end," said the King as he dropped his weapons. Sungjin nodded. "Any last words?" He asked. "No," said the King. "I'm depending on you, make me proud," he said. Sungjin nodded and raised his swords, swinging them down in an x. Blood splattered onto his shirt and face and covered his swords as the king went down.
Sungjin turned and went to wash his swords off before putting them in the sheathes in the trademark x position on his back. He wiped his face clean of blood before leaving the palace, heading back home to get some sleep.
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