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Nya?~Marie had never been able to have friends as a child. She was always too sickly to be let out of the house for long periods of time, and their house was so out of the way that nobody would let their child go all the way out alone. That's why she treasured Nemo so much. Nemo the little black cat she had found starving just off their property one night, drenched in the rain that had just stopped pouring down. Marie had seen him out of her window and had rushed outside to fetch him. Her parents, of course, were so mad at her for having dashed out like that, in her condition, but she didn't care. She took such good care of her precious precious friend. She fed him until he was plump and adorable looking. She made sure he always had a warm place to curl up. And he helped her just as much as she helped him. Without Nemo, Marie was sure she would never have been able to grow up and get better the way she eventually did. Her MIND would have been sickly and lonely, and wouldn't have allowed herNya?~ by SakuraSwan
Feelings Without HeartPossible spoilers for KH:CoM and KH: Days. Implied RokuShi-ness and SoNami-ness.Feelings Without Heart by SakuraSwan
Roxas had never understood much about these "emotions" he'd heard about, or even, on occasion, felt. He was a young boy like any other. The only difference was, instead of school, he fought for the mysterious Organization. The circumstances of its black-hooded members' existences may be strange, but their existences can end like anyone else's, without the slightest notice.
Naminé was a young girl who had never known happiness. Held against her will, she was forced to use her powers to alter a young boy's memory. She was to make a place for herself in the boy, Sora's memory and lure him toward her, into a trap. Now that her captors are gone, she has put Sora to sleep to fix his memories. It was the least