Together Forever: tritons reigous furyChapter Six:
Triton's Righteous Fury
For the next few days Ariel was on cloud nine. She would dance around the palace singing to herself, and everyone had noticed how much happier she was. Before then she would be out of the palace, and away from her father. But lately they couldn't her out of the house. One morning Ariel was in her room all morning, and her sisters thought it was time she came out of her room and did something more in agreement with her personality.
"Ariel, dear, time to come out. You've been in there all morning." called Andrina.
"Coming!" Ariel called back to her sister, and she swims out of her room humming a familiar tune.
"What is with her lately?" asked Atina as Ariel was looking at herself in the mirror. No sooner that Ariel gets up to swim away, King Triton swims into the room.
"Morning, Daddy!" says Ariel as she kisses her father good morning and swims away.
"Oh, she's got it bad." said Atina
"What? What has she got?" asked the now curious king.
"Isn't it obv
Together Forever: erics rescue pt 2Chapter Five:
Twenty Minutes Before Going towards the present
Back in the Atlantian palace King Triton was getting worried about Ariel, Sebastian, Sora and Flounder. He had called his seahorse herald to go and search for them. No sooner the seahorse went on his search Ariel had reached land.
Ariel had pulled Eric up to shore, and after all he's been through that day. Ariel wasn't sure if he was alive yet or not.
"Is he- dead?" Ariel had asked Scuttle.
Scuttle the self pronounced human-expert, did not know. He performed multiple "tests" to make sure he was not dead. His tests included forcing his eye open to look at his pupils, checking both his head and feet for a heartbeat, and testing his reflexes.
"It's hard to say." opening his eyelid. "But it does not look good." he moves over to his foot to check his heartbeat. "Oh, I - I can't make out a heartbeat. I am sorry, but he is..."
But before Scuttle could finish his thought Ariel began one of her own.
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Ariel had just spotted Prince Eric, stuck in the sinking ship and realized that if she didn't do something she would lose him forever. She swam as fast as her fins would allow, and she caught him right before the ship landed on some of the sharpest, pointy-est rocks in the world and smashed into a heap of debris.
"Got ya!" she whispered as she caught the young prince.
"What are you doin' girl? Your fadder would have a shit fit if 'e saw you doin' dis!" said Sebastian.
"I don't care Sebastian," said Ariel. "daddy told us that every fishes life is to be respected! And what are humans but the fish of the land?"
At this time they were up to the surface, swimming towards land.
"Ariel! How you doin' kid?" yelled the familiar birds voice.
"Scuttle!" exclaimed Ariel.
"What are you doing here?" asked Sora.
"I'm going to go get some dinner!" responded Scuttle.
"Well have fun with that!" by the way do you now where he lives?" asked Sora.
"Oh my, my, my! What
Together Forever: Humans? Where?Chapter Three:
Ariel, Sora, Flounder and Sebastian, left the grotto and was on there way back home to the palace in Atlantica. Ariel and Sora were talking on how where she hat gotten ger collection from, and they had plenty of time to talk for they had to stop quite a few times to let Flounder catch up. Sebastian had been in a foul mood the whole way home because of Ariel and Sora constantly talking of the human world items, that is until Ariel had spoken directly to him.
"Sebasian tank you for not telling daddy, he out of everyone should know that daddy would never understand!" said Ariel.
"Your welcome Ariel." replied Sebastian.
As the for creatures of the deep swam further and further towards the palace, they didn't see the two swimming eels, with one glowing eye each, above them, looking down upon them. Once they had hit a certain point the eels swam away, back the way they came. All of a sudden the ship full of sailors had gone atop of them
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Scuttle heard the singing of the passing ship but only the term 'mermaid' stuck out of the song. But being on land all the time that wasn't too big of a shock, for he knew the tales that human females tell their daughters about creatures that had the tail of a fish and a torso of a human. And the parents called these 'strange' creatures merpeople. Scuttle was happy that they got the term right at least.
At this time the singing grew much louder and he heard the whole song now.
"I'll tell you a tale of the bottomless blue; And it's hey to the starboard, heave ho; Look out, lad, a mermaid be waitin' for you; In mysterious fathoms below."
"Hey that's a catchy tune!" thought Scuttle, and he started humming the tune he had just heard.
Down in the depth of the ocean, Ariel was getting in trouble for not being at the concert.
"Ariel you should have been at the concert. You know how much this meant to me! Why weren't you there?" asked her father King Triton.
"Well we were e
Together Forever: Never BeforeDisclaimer: I do not own The Little Mermaid, Kingdom Hearts, the characters or copyrighted sayings. I only own parts of Chapter ones plot, the rest of the chapters are of my own creation.
"Never give in never, never, never, never, in nothing great or small, large or petty, never give in except to convictions of honour and good sense. Never yield to force; never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy."- Winston Churchill
One quiet day in Atlantica, all of Atlantica turned out to see the "coming out" of King Triton's youngest daughter, Ariel. His arrival into the room was announced by his seahorse herald.
"Ahem . . . His royal highness, King Triton!" announced the seahorse and the crowd wend wild. "And presenting the distinguished court composer, Horatio Thelonious Ignatius Crustaceous Sebastian!" and the merpeople cheered but not as loud.
"This concert had better be good Sebastian, or mark my words..."
"Your majesty your daughters have b
Up out of the sea, Now up on landOnce upon a time, in the waters deep, in an ocean far away, there lived a mermaid. She lived and grew up in a palace in the sea, for she was the youngest of seven princesses. She had everything, she had a wonderful family, a wonderful complection, and the lightest platinum hair in the sea, she and her sisters had an undersea garden that was the envy of the ocean, and the list would go on for ever, but in short she had it all. Yet she was not happy. She longed to be with the humans and not with the fish. She adored the human world. The sights, the sounds and the smells, she loved it all. But there was one little problem...her father, the ruler of the oceans seven, forbid her or her sisters to ever surface.
This day in particular was special, this day was her sixteenth birthday. In the ancient Atlantian tradition, once a merperson turns sixteen, he or she may have any one thing (but it had to go through the king) and that thing must be approved. The young princess's wish was to be on lan