“Get back here!” Michelle yelled as she jumped in after the dog and the girl. She glared into space and then saw light flow around her, making her forget the anger she felt, and made her look for her friend. She saw Kay and moved towards her.
Kay was holding onto her dog for dear life, and saw Michelle.
Kay glared at her dog and then turned to her friend. “What the hell is going on!” she yelled at the top of her lungs.
Michelle shrugged and thought hard as she glared into space.
Just as suddenly as whatever they were doing happened, they landed on the ground softly.
“Charlie, I don’t think we’re in Kansas anymore,” said Kay. Kay let go of her dog and Charlie sped through the woods, leaving them alone in the woods.
“But… We don’t live in Kansas,” Michelle said, looking after Charlie with a puzzled expression and ignoring the fact that Charlie had just run away, even though she was looking directly at him when he ran off.
“Damn dog,” Kay said as she glared after him.
“Do you have a cell phone?” Michelle asked, brushing off her baggy jeans and standing up. Her purple shirt was full of dirt now.
Kay didn’t look at Michelle, but stood up and glared after Charlie. “No. But I don’t need one to know where we are. We’re in Feudal Japan, just like in InuYasha,” Kay said as she turned towards her friend. She looked at Michelle’s face and laughed, Michelle did the same.
“You look so funny as an anime character!” Kay and Michelle said at the same time. Kay smirked and then turned towards where Charlie ran off again. Kay’s big, giant anime eyes were pretty, and had a slight green tinge. Michelle’s were slightly smaller and were colored like any other character in the show.
“We better go find a village or see if we can find InuYasha and his group before we encounter a-” started Kay.
“DEMON!” Michelle yelled as Charlie ran towards them, followed by a large demon that was very, very ugly.
Kay gasped as she saw the demon, and she then glared and let out a low growl... which was weird for a human.
Charlie turned around and stood in front of Kay, who had pulled Michelle next to her, so she wouldn’t be a prime target... Who she was thinking about when she pulled Michelle next to her, no one would know.
Charlie growled and bared his teeth. Not faltering in his stance.
Well, this is one thing he’s good for, thought Kay. Wait, why do my thoughts sound like their echoing? Oh yeah, I’m in an anime... They always echo.