Kingdom Hearts III Chapter 3Kingdom Hearts IIIKingdom Hearts III Chapter 3 by MrMasterplan
Chapter 3: Secrets and Schemes
William had finally finished his training, though it hadn't been without difficulty. For one thing, he still hadn't got full control over his lion form. He had kept on falling quite often and he had had a really tough time getting used to holding and swinging the Keyblade in his mouth. However, he had also made many new friends. He was especially good friends with Rafiki, the mandrill shaman since they were both a bit loony. As a matter of fact, they were currently sitting for themselves and laughing at each others corny jokes.
Sora on the other hand, was deep in a serious conversation with Simba.
''How can Scar possibly be back? He turned into a Heartless and we defeated him.''
''You're right Sora,'' said Simba. ''If he turned into a Heartless, he would'nt be able to come back.''
''That's not quite true,'' said William, who had been listening even as he told a joke to Rafiki about a lion, a hyena and a palm tree. ''D
Kingdom Hearts III: Chapter 2Kingdom Hearts III: Dimensional CrisisKingdom Hearts III: Chapter 2 by MrMasterplan
Chapter 2: Training and Plotting
A little while later, the two friends had arrived at Pride Rock. William had finally gotten control over his feline form, although he was still a bit wobbley. None the less, he took a good look at his surroundings.
Pride Rock was surrounded by a vast, green savannah with lone trees here and there. He could see that the grass was wet, so it must have been raining not so long ago. There was a little lake to the right of Pride Rock and in the distance he could see an area in shadow. Sora had told him that it was called The Elephant Graveyard and that he had landed there, and had just barely avoided getting eaten by hyenas, the first time he came here.
Pride Rock itself was basically just that, a rock; albeit a rather large rock. The 'main' rock itself towered about 100ft straight up, while another rock was placed in such a way, that it looked like a long balcony of sorts. In addition, there was a lot of lions walking
Kingdom Hearts III: Chapter 1Kingdom Hearts III: Dimensional CrisisKingdom Hearts III: Chapter 1 by MrMasterplan
Chapter 1: Promise and Pride
In the world called Destiny Islands, home of Sora, the Chosen Wielder of the Keyblade, there was an island. On this island Sora and his friends Riku and Kairi, were standing at the shore and looking at the horison. King Mickey had sent them a curious letter saying: ''Sorry to bother you fella's already, but Master Yen Sid has told me something very important, that I must speak with you about. I'm also bringing someone special with me. The important news is also about him. I'll be there soon. King Mickey.''
''What do you think the King want to tell us about, Sora?'' asked Riku.
'' I don't know,'' said Sora, he looked a bit worried. ''But if it's so important that he has to come here to say it, then it can't be something good.''
Kairi said: ''I think you're right, Sora. The King wouldn't come to the Destiny Islands, if it wasn't a serious problem.''
''Talk of the devil,'' said Riku, ''there's the King now.''
He was right
Kingdom Hearts III: ProlougeKingdom Hearts III: Dimensional CrisisKingdom Hearts III: Prolouge by MrMasterplan
In a world known as The World That Never Was, located between light and darkness, but not fully in either realm, there was a castle, floating in the sky. This particular castle was once the headquarters of a powerful group of beings, known as Organization XIII, the leaders of a race of non-existing creatures called Nobodies.
Back then, the castle was hold in an irie grey-white colour and its halls were crawling with Nobodies. However, after the defeat of the Organization, the castle was quickly inhabited by another group of evil-doers. This group moved in shortly after Sora and his friends returned to the Destiny Islands and in the process, the once gray-white castle was turned into a creepy pitch-black fortress filled with equally dark creatures known as Heartless. Of course, the Nobodies were still there; the Heartless were just the most numerous creatures there now.
Anyway, the foremost ''people'' amongst the new inhabitants of the cas
Kingdom Hearts III: Chapter 31Chapter 31: Beauty and the...Beast?Kingdom Hearts III: Chapter 31 by J0hnny0hm
After teleporting back to their Gummi Ship, Sora and Steven were prepared to go to their next destination. Steven hadn't wasted any time on setting the autopilot and getting them on their way to the home of Belle, the only remaining Princess of Heart that they hadn't brought to the sanctuary of Disney Castle. With this last mission, everything would soon be in order.
What was not quite in order was Steven. Having lived among nature-dwellers for over a month, he had gotten used to running around with minimal clothing. Having them on again was suddenly a different experience for him.
"They feel warmer than they used to," Steven observed, standing in the open area of the cockpit while Sora lounged in a chair. "That'll be appreciated if we ever come across cold weather." He tugged lightly at his pants, which were slightly baggier than when he had begun this journey. "I lost weight, though. I guess that's what happens when you go all-natural
Kingdom Hearts III: Chapter 30Chapter 30: Love Over SavageryKingdom Hearts III: Chapter 30 by J0hnny0hm
All were awake amid the commotion raised in the woods. Members of the tribe formed a procession, the path down which the warriors walked. Four of them walked up to their chief and laid Kocoum's lifeless body at his feet.
Powhatan's eyes swelled at the sight, great anger instilled within him. "Who did this?" he questioned in a demanding tone.
"Pocahontas was alone in the woods, so Kocoum went out after her," one of the warriors explained. "Then this white man attacked them." On cue, Steven approached with John in tow, still putting on the facade that John was his captive, though the fear was burning in both Steven and John that captivity would not remain a facade for much longer.
"Bring him before me," Powhatan ordered. "Shakti, tend to Kocoum."
"Wha-?" John was tugged away from Steven's feigned grip and into the very real grip of the other warriors. He grunted a little, now with legitimate discomfort and fear of danger flowing through him.
Kingdom Hearts III: Chapter 29Chapter 29: Deceptive InstigationKingdom Hearts III: Chapter 29 by J0hnny0hm
Contrary to his usual method of traveling to speak to the mystic tree called Grandmother Willow, Steven opted to climb among other trees near the site to advance towards it. During his time here, this kind of maneuvering had gotten a lot easier. Despite being relatively used to walking, a lot more was needed here. As such, Steven decided to learn the more fun ways of getting around.
He approached Willow's branches with caution. He climbed down a few levels on the tree he currently stood on and reached out, brushing them carefully to let her know he had arrived. Upon realization of his presence, several branches bunched together to form a flat, platform-like surface. Steven climbed onto this bunch of branches carefully, laying across it comfortably. After he was secure, the branches descended very slowly towards the stump before the trunk, giving Steven a view of Pocahontas and John, who were walking towards the tree. They were already in
Kingdom Hearts III: Chapter 28Chapter 28: Odds Within Each WorldKingdom Hearts III: Chapter 28 by J0hnny0hm
Sitting beneath a tall, shady oak tree, Pocahontas held in her hands a silver instrument that John had been wearing upon his head, examining it. She was used to water reflecting her face but the water didn't distort it in the way this thing was. It stretched her complexion a bit, making parts of her face appear bigger than they truly were.
"It's called a helmet," John informed her.
"Helmet," Pocahontas repeated.
John glanced aside, a little uneasy at teaching a native terms that even a young English child would know. "So...what river is this?" he asked awkwardly.
"Quiacahonik," Pocahontas answered, slipping the helmet over her head. It covered up her eyes, as it was a little too big for her.
"You have unusual names for things," John observed. "Chicahomany. Quia..." He paused, seeing the helmet covering her face. He lifted his hand to the helemt. "Quiacahonik.... Pocahontas." He lifted the helmet off her head so he could look at her again