A Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon story
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Chapter 4: Serenity's Seduction! Mamo-chan in a Pinch!
"I wonder where Minako is?" Makoto looked up from her textbooks to her two friends. She wasn't really that curious, she just wanted to break the silence.
"Knowing her, she's probably following some cute guy around town," Rei mused. She wasn't really concentrating on her studying either; for one, she didn't even have to take high school entrance exams, and she was mostly preoccupied with Usagi's disappearance and the strange dreams she'd been having.
"Now, now, I'm sure she wouldn't… do… that…" Ami trailed off as she realised what she was saying. Minako was all too capable of doing that.
Luckily, Minako chose that moment to arrive before anyone could really get down to discussing her flaws. "Hello, everyone!" she greeted them breathlessly as she ran in. "You are not going to believe what happened!"
"You met some cool guy?" Rei asked sarcastically.
Minako looked taken aback "How did you know?!" Everyone else sighed at this, before the blonde pressed on. "But that's only beside the point. I fought a daimon!"
"What?!" Rei was instantly on her feet. "Why didn't you contact us?"
"Er…" Minako scratched the back of her head. "I kinda forgot… but those two new Sailor Senshi showed up and attacked it, but they said they wouldn't fight alongside me. They said something about needing the talismans, and that Kameda-san's heart crystal wasn't a talisman, then they took off."
"So you didn't actually fight the daimon yourself," Makoto commented, earning a glare from Minako.
"I didn't say that! The daimon was still alive after they left… but it was very strong and I was losing badly…"
"Then how did you win?" asked Ami.
Minako reached into her subspace pocket and retrieved the stone sword. "This," she said proudly, "appeared, and I used it to destroy the monster."
"But it's made out of stone…" Ami seemed dubious at such a sword being of any practical use.
Minako hefted the blade. "Don't let that fool you. When I touched it, I remembered parts of my life during the Silver Millennium. This was my sword back then, you see, and it's made out of a special rock which is harder than anything — it could even cut through diamond! Not only that, it can store up energy and its surface is coated in a deadly venom."
By now Ami had taken out her miniature supercomputer and was examining the sword with it. "It's as she says… This sword has incredible power."
"But how did the sword appear?" Makoto asked.
"Well…" Minako wasn't sure if she should tell them what she felt when the sword appeared; she didn't want to get everyone's hopes up if she was wrong. "I'm not sure… it was just a feeling… but I think Usagi gave it to me."
Rei immediately lunged over the table and snatched the sword from Minako's hands. "Hey! Be careful with that! What are you doing?" the blonde demanded.
By now Rei was at the door of her room. "Sorry…" She sheepishly turned to face everyone else. "But my fire readings haven't revealed anything about Usagi, and if this came from her, it might help me focus…"
"Where's Usagi? It's not like her to be late for dinner," Ikkuko mused as she started dishing out servings to her family.
"She's visiting relatives in Nerima, remember?" Chibi-Usa supplied morosely.
"Oh, yes!" Ikkuko laughed nervously. "I keep forgetting… I must be getting old."
Chibi-Usa sighed as Kenji tried to convince his wife she was anything but old. 'I'll probably have to hypnotise them again tonight,' she thought. She felt terrible staying with the Tsukinos while Usagi was missing, but after two days at the shrine, the girls had convinced her it was for the best. But Chibi-Usa still felt like some sort of thief, stealing Usagi's family while she was gone.
What made her feel worse was remembering how she hadn't given a second thought to Usagi when she had first arrived. Then she really had stolen her future mother's family, and done her best to turn them against Usagi. 'No wonder she hates me… I'm a selfish, horrible brat…' she thought dismally. 'Now that she knows I'm her future daughter, she'll probably make sure to never have children…' Unbidden, a choked sob escaped her lips.
Conversation around the dinner table stopped. "Are you alright Chibi-Usa-chan?" Shingo asked worriedly.
Chibi-Usa got up from her seat "I'm fine… I'm just not hungry," she lied unconvincingly. "I'm going out for a bit." She fled the house before anyone could stop her.
Tomoe Hotaru lay down on the couch in her living room and opened her book to where she had placed her bookmark last time. It was a rather fluffy romance novel, not exactly the most taxing book to read, but she enjoyed it.
She had barely read two pages when someone else entered the room. She knew her father would be doing his experiments until well into the night, so that left one person. And that person was the bane of Hotaru's life.
"What's this?" Kaolinite grabbed the book from Hotaru's hands. "A romance novel?" she spoke mockingly.
"Give it back, Kaori-san!" Hotaru stood up and tried to reach the book, but Kaolinite kept it above her reach.
"I suppose for a weak girl like you, this is the closest you'll ever get to romance." She laughed.
Hotaru felt her temper boiling over. That was cruel even by Kaori's standards. "When was the last time you went on a date, you old hag?!" She kicked Kaolinite's shin and grabbed the book while she was distracted. "I'm going out!" She quickly marched from the room.
Kaolinite glared at her retreating figure, "I look forward to the day the Messiah swallows your soul," she said after Hotaru closed the door.
Hotaru leaned against the wall besides the front door and breathed heavily. Not from overexertion, just from shock at what she had just said and done. She never let her temper get the better of her, but Kaori had pushed her too far. "I can't believe I kicked her!" she whispered, then grinned. The look on Kaori's face had been priceless.
She grabbed her coat and put on her shoes before leaving the house.
"You wanna talk about it?"
"Huh?" Mamoru looked up to see his friend Motoki looking at him with a concerned expression.
"You haven't touched your coffee, and you've been staring at the same page of that book…" He indicated Mamoru's genetics textbook. "…for the past half hour. And you've been acting pretty much the same way for the past few days." Motoki set down the glass he was cleaning and picked up another. "Obviously, something's bothering you."
Mamoru grimaced. 'Sure, Motoki. My fourteen-year-old girlfriend — who, by the way, is Sailor Moon — has been possessed by some evil entity and then disappeared to God-only-knows-where after killing an enemy from the future, where she's Queen of the world… Oh, and by the way, I'm the King, too. Isn't that a hoot?' He actually smiled a little as he considered telling his friend the truth, and what his reaction would be. But there was no way that was going to happen. "It's nothing," he lied.
Motoki wore a hurt expression "Come on, we're friends. Why won't you talk about it? I haven't seen you this depressed since—" Suddenly Motoki stopped as a realisation hit him. "It's Usagi-chan, isn't it?!"
Mamoru looked up. "How did you…?"
"Minako-chan told me." Motoki smiled proudly at finally figuring out what was bothering his friend. "You shouldn't worry about it. She's only visiting relatives for a little while." He hooked a thumb at himself. "Be grateful you're not me. Reika won't be back for another six months."
Mamoru managed a baleful smile. "I guess you're right. Thanks, Motoki." He got up and gathered his things. "I think I'll go home now. Ja."
"Bye, Mamoru." Motoki waved his friend out the door. "If you ever need to talk, you can always come to me."
Chibi-Usa slowly walked around Ichinoban Park while lost in thought. She was so absorbed in her troubles that she failed to notice a young boy about her age bearing down on her. "Get out of my way!" he yelled as he was being chased by several other boys of a similar age.
Chibi-Usa looked up just in time for him to careen into her, pushing her down the embankment next to the path. He continued running from his pursuers without a backwards glance.
Chibi-Usa picked herself up. 'What a jerk,' she thought angrily, before noticing the pain in her legs. Both knees were badly scraped, the right one bleeding. The physical pain allowed the emotional pain she had been trying to bottle up to express itself. At first her face scrunched up, then the floodgates opened and she just started wailing at the injustice of her life.
Hotaru was sitting under a nearby tree, peacefully absorbed in her book, when she became aware of Chibi-Usa's crying. She looked up and saw the little girl, a bit younger than herself, crying her eyes out. Hotaru wasn't one to usually involve herself with others. Bitter experience had taught her that it was better for all concerned if she stayed alone, but nonetheless, she felt drawn to the pink-haired child.
Marking her place in the book, she stuffed it in her coat pocket and went over to Chibi-Usa. "Are you all right?" She put a comforting hand on her shoulder.
Chibi-Usa stopped her wailing and looked into Hotaru's soulful eyes. "No," she answered simply, before hiccoughing as she tried to calm down.
As Hotaru looked into Chibi-Usa's pain-filled eyes, she felt a pang of sympathy. She warred with herself for a moment, before deciding that she could risk trusting this girl. "I can help make it better." She put a hand on Chibi-Usa's right knee, and it started to glow violet. After a few seconds, the cut closed itself.
Chibi-Usa's eyes widened. "How did you do that?!" She was thinking that it felt just like her father's healing power — except that when he did it, there was a golden light.
"It's just this weird ability I have," Hotaru answered shyly. "Everyone else thinks it's horrible…"
"What?" Chibi-Usa took Hotaru's hand. "I think it's a wonderful ability!"
Hotaru felt elated. 'Have I finally found someone who can understand me?' she wondered. Unfortunately she suddenly felt the familiar pain in her head. She doubled over and groaned.
"What's wrong?!" Chibi-Usa asked, her voice etched with concern.
"It's… just a seizure…" Hotaru managed to get out. "It'll pass… in a minute." She grabbed her head and groaned again. Her usually pale skin was becoming even whiter.
"Oh, what shall I do?" Chibi-Usa was becoming frantic with worry.
"It's all right…" Hotaru gasped. "Just give me a minute…"
Pretty soon, the seizure did pass, and Hotaru sat up again. "I'm okay now." She smiled weakly.
"I'm glad," Chibi-Usa said earnestly. "Say, what's your name?"
"I'm Tomoe Hotaru. What's yours?"
"That's a pretty name, Hotaru. My name is Tsukino Usagi, but everyone call's me Chibi-Usa."
"Little Rabbit?" Hotaru smiled. "I think that's very cute."
Chibi-Usa stood up, and Hotaru followed suit. "Um… Hotaru-chan…" Chibi-Usa began shyly, "Do you want to play with me?"
Hotaru's eyes lit up. "I'd love that, Chibi-Usa-chan!"
Mamoru stepped into his apartment and slipped his shoes off. Motoki might mean well, but by necessity he knew nothing, so Mamoru was still just as depressed as he had been ever since Usagi disappeared.
He walked into the living room, and was surprised to see that he was not alone in the apartment.
"Hello… Endy-kun." Dark Serenity greeted him by the pet name Princess Serenity had used. She was damned if she was going to call him 'Mamo-chan'.
Mamoru stood stock still, unsure whether to believe this was real or not. "U-Usako?" Had she really come back to him?
Dark Serenity frowned slightly. 'I can't have him calling me that, for the plan to work,' she thought before covering the frown with a bright smile. "It's me, Serenity-chan!" She walked over and pressed herself against his chest, staring up at him with wide innocent eyes.
Mamoru was beyond confused now. He looked down at her beautiful face, and saw that her hair had a lot more blonde in it than the last time he saw her. But she was still wearing that black dress Dark Serenity wore. 'That black dress which is giving you a complete view of her cleavage,' he mentally appended as he looked down, swallowing nervously. "Princess Serenity?" he asked.
'Close enough,' Dark Serenity thought. "I've missed you, Endy-kun…" she cooed while nuzzling her head against his chest.
Mamoru gulped. 'What is going on?' he wondered desperately. "Um… Where have you been… er… Serenity-chan?"
"On the moon, silly!" She batted his arm playfully. "But I've come down to Earth to be with you." She smiled up at him while mentally groaning, 'My face is going to stick this way if I have to keep this up much longer.'
"You were on the moon?" Mamoru repeated, becoming more and more distracted by the way her body felt against his.
"That is where I live, remember?" She pouted at him. "But let's not waste any more time talking." She leaned up and nibbled on his earlobe, a spot she remembered was especially sensitive on Prince Endymion.
Mamoru gasped 'That felt incredible!' he thought rapturously. He saw Serenity smiling at him, and was struck by the fact that she now seemed much more like a predator eyeing its next meal rather than a cute, innocent girl.
"Did you like that?" She winked at him. Since she could remember all the times Princess Serenity and Prince Endymion had made love, she knew exactly what buttons to push. Poor Mamoru was putty in her hands.
"Hai…" Mamoru replied, slightly dazed.
"Good. I want to make you happy." She pulled him down into a deep passionate kiss. After a few minutes they broke apart, both gasping for air. Dark Serenity could feel Mamoru's erection pressing against her hip through his trousers. Grinning mischievously, she reached down and touched it, causing Mamoru to jump. "How about we go to the bedroom?"
"Hai!" Mamoru replied eagerly, all his common sense having fled him. He allowed Serenity to lead him to his bedroom.
'All too easy,' Dark Serenity thought, feeling slightly miffed at the lack of any challenge, but at the same time relieved that everything was going to plan. The two kissed again once they were through the door, then Dark Serenity began removing his clothes, paying special attention to touching his sensitive spots as she did so.
Mamoru took the hint and helped her slide the dress off. Seeing she wasn't wearing anything underneath almost made his eyes pop out. 'She's even more beautiful than I could have imagined,' he thought, looking at her nude form.
Dark Serenity, while impressed with Mamoru's body, couldn't help but swallow nervously when she saw Mamoru's penis. While she could remember having sex in her previous life, she was still physically a virgin. That was going to hurt. Still, she resigned herself to the pain. After all, it would hurt Usagi a lot more…
"You're a crybaby!"
Usagi ignored the torrent of insults being flung at her from her friends. She knew it wasn't real. When they started physically attacking her, she ignored that as well; it wasn't real either. So long as she remembered that, she didn't feel a thing.
Instead she concentrated on trying to escape this mental prison. After the incident with Chibi-Usa, she had realised that she was in some sort of nightmare, and from time to time she became aware of the 'other' that had taken her body. She could feel her hatred and anger. Sometimes she felt overwhelming sadness as well.
Earlier, she had broken through the shell, making the nightmare shatter around her as she saw her friend Minako in danger. She wanted so hard to help, but it seemed futile. But then the 'other' picked up on Usagi's desire and responded by helping Sailor Venus.
Then the 'other' realised what had happened and clamped down on Usagi, reinforcing the nightmare and trapping her once more.
But now Usagi could feel the nightmare being ripped away from the outside. She could feel her real physical body, and became aware of her senses, though she was still tightly chained and had no control over her body.
"Mamo-chan!" she exclaimed, seeing her love before her. Her naked love, it suddenly dawned on her.
"He can't hear you." Usagi heard someone speaking with her own voice.
Usagi realised that this was the 'other'. "Who are you?" she asked fearfully.
"I call myself Dark Serenity. As far as you are concerned, I am someone who will realise the potential you never could. You wasted this body. But it's mine now. Everything you ever cared about is mine." To emphasize the point, she kissed Mamoru.
For Usagi it was a disturbing sensation. She could feel Mamoru's body, feel his mouth against hers, and yet… she was removed from the experience. A passenger in her own body.
Usagi felt herself being laid down on Mamoru's bed. She heard him ask, "Are you ready?"
"Yes," Dark Serenity spoke physically. The quality of hearing her own voice in this manner was odd to say the least.
Usagi suddenly realised what was happening. "No! You can't!" she mentally screamed her denial.
She could almost feel Dark Serenity's evil smile as she spoke. "Oh, but I can. And no one can stop me."
"But why? Why are you doing this?" Usagi demanded, her mind whirling 'I'm too young… this isn't right! Doesn't he know it isn't me?' She struggled desperately to free herself and reclaim her body.
'She's strong,' Dark Serenity thought admiringly as she worked to keep Usagi chained. "Why am I doing this? Because I can. Because he is an attractive male. But mostly, I'm just doing it because it hurts you."
To emphasize the point, Mamoru entered her. "Serenity…" he gasped.
Dark Serenity gritted herself through the pain. Usagi couldn't. It was pure agony for her as she felt her virginity being torn apart. She screamed out her agony, her denial.
"Stop it! Stop it!" She pleaded desperately while Mamoru started riding her. She tried to curl up into a ball and escape, but she had no choice but to feel everything.
"I'm just getting started," Dark Serenity taunted her.
"Iie! This isn't real! I'm still in the nightmare! Please, God, make it so this isn't real!" Usagi begged.
Darkness started to envelop Usagi. She gratefully fell into its embrace, seeking any respite from this ordeal. The last she heard was Dark Serenity's mocking laughter.
Usagi opened her eyes slowly to see Ami looking at her worriedly. "Huh… Where am I?" She slowly sat up.
"Guys! She's okay!" Ami said as Usagi's friends started to crowd around her.
"Thank the kami," Rei said. "Are you all right, Usagi-chan?"
Usagi grunted, checking herself for bruises. "I think so…" She had an odd feeling that she had forgotten something, but just couldn't for the life of her recall.
"I'm so glad!" Minako hugged her tightly. "We were all so worried about you!"
"Yeah, even Rei was scared," Makoto laughed.
"Well, only because you can't leave the odango-atama alone for five minutes without her getting into some sort of trouble," Rei said defensively.
"Hey!" Usagi stuck her tongue out at Rei, who eagerly retorted with her own.
After a tongue war lasting a few minutes, both girls gave up, and Usagi felt tears falling down her cheeks. "What's wrong?" Rei asked, her voice filled with concern, the fight all but forgotten.
Usagi wiped away the tears. "I'm just so happy, that's all. I love you all."
"We love you too, Usagi-chan," Ami said.
"That's right. We'll never let anyone hurt you!" Makoto winked at her.
"We can keep you safe forever, Usagi-chan." Minako struck her Sailor V pose.
Usagi smiled. She couldn't remember what she was worried about a minute ago, all she knew was that she was completely safe and content with her friends. "Promise you'll never leave me," she asked them.
"We promise!" they replied as one.
To be continued.
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