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The Misfit Players: The Beginning *Chapter Thirteen Posted*

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« on: June 09, 2010, 08:06:25 am »

AN: Yay! Finally, a rewrite!!! I haven’t really been able to edit it so I’ll edit as I go. But here’s the start of the new direction for the fic. In all truth, the storyline isn’t really changing. I’m just taking a smaller, hopefully shorter path to get to the beginning of the war. If you are one of the readers of the original fic, this is just a shout out that I did indeed change it somewhat. I won’t spoil it for the other readers though so go ahead and read on :3 Thanks for reading and hope you guys enjoy!

Also, if you guys could get your votes in, I’ll be adding in CN characters as well as original characters in the next couple of chapters including Baki’s boys and a few other requested people ^_^

Remember, if you want a character to be apart of the fanfic then please email me a bio and a drabble with your character and I’ll be able to fit them into the storyline.

Disclaimer: Ok, so I don’t own Cartoon Network, its characters or shows. I just own this fanfiction as well as my original characters.

Chapter Seven:

Within moments of Dustin catching a glimpse at the falling pods, an evacuation notice blinked onto the TV screen. Sirens filled the air as panicked families flooded out of their homes toward the docks, where S.C.A.M.P.E.R.s were waiting to greet them. The Hawthorne family was no exception, quickly grabbing their essential belongings and stumbling out the door with their hysteric neighbors.

The run was tiresome but Lidia kept a fast pace, eventually lifting Devin into her arms so he didn’t lag behind. Dustin stayed at his mother’s heels, afraid to dash ahead of her for even a second. As long as she was in front of him, he could see that she and Devin were all right.

“Mom, the docks are just ahead. We need to get into the lines for evacuation. Keep a hold on Devin since the crowds will be less merciful than in the city. After all, the people are in a mass panic.”

   “Don’t worry, Dustin. I have Devin. I am more worried about getting separated from you so stay close to me!” Lidia called back as they approached the thundering crowd of people just outside the docks. Everyone was pushing forward, hoping to be the next to get a seat on the loading S.C.A.M.P.E.R.s. “Oh dear, how are we going to find Reggie in this mess?”

   “Everyone listen up! You need to stay calm here as we file you into the S.C.A.M.P.E.R.s,” one of the K.N.D. operatives present called above the crowd. “There are enough S.C.A.M.P.E.R.s here to evacuate everyone so if you just keep the panic to a minimum we’ll be able to safely evacuate you all without delay! Peach Creek and areas within the suburbs were built with underground habitats to house entire countries if need be so the S.C.A.M.P.E.R.s will be taking everyone to the underground. There’s enough S.C.A.M.P.E.R.s here to evacuate both Orchid Bay and Bravo Beach so there won’t be a problem with getting onboard as long as nothing major holds up the loading. In addition, the heroes have moved in to assist with evacuation as well as being at the front lines of battle. These measures are mainly being taken because of the falling pods. Dexter and his men still don’t know the gravity of the situation yet and want to make sure that everyone is out of danger.”

   The horde was packed full with worried families but they managed to heed the instructions from the operatives, knowing now that the heroes were moving out to assist them in their rescue. The lines were dwindling at a steady pace, the S.C.A.M.P.E.R.s filled to the brim with citizens for evacuation. The Hawthorne family was packed into the line as well, sandwiched between their neighbors with little room to breathe.

“Our turn is coming up…where’s your father?” Lidia whispered to Dustin as the line pushed forward, inching closer and closer to their destination. “I don’t want to leave without knowing he’s safe.”

“He might have already gotten on a S.C.A.M.P.E.R., Mom. Just keep going forward, we have to think about Devin right now,” Dustin replied, his hands keeping a firm grip on the woman’s shoulders. The little brother glanced back at his sibling, tears threatening to escape with each passing moment. Dustin didn’t blame him; this was one of the scariest situations a person could be in. “It’s going to be ok, Devin. Just keep thinking about getting to see the heroes in action. They’re going to save the day again for us all.”

“But Daddy…” Devin whimpered in Lidia’s arms as Dustin bit his lip, afraid of what words he should form next. “Daddy isn’t here, who’s going to save Daddy?”

The black-haired teen gulped down his reply, knowing full well that his words were not helping the situation. The younger brother would keep whimpering while his mother continued to worry, there was no way to fix that future unless Reggie could be located.

“Reggie wouldn’t leave without his family,” Lidia mumbled back to her eldest son, all the while inching forward with the line. “And now we’re getting closer to be loaded up into the S.C.A.M.P.E.R.s without him.”

“Well Mom, if you’re sure that he hasn’t left,” Dustin whispered before taking a step out of the line, glancing back towards the pier side town. “I’ll go get Dad and bring him back here. You and Devin ride the S.C.A.M.P.E.R. to safety and I’ll make sure Dad and I catch the next ride outta here.”

“Wait what?!” Lidia shrieked as she reached for her eldest, tears leaking from her eyes. “No Dustin, you’re not leaving here too! You’re just a kid! You can’t be wandering around here when there’s a possible invasion coming!”

“I’m not a kid anymore Mom, I go to high school while managing two jobs! I help you guys with the bills to make sure we can keep ends meeting,” Dustin snapped back a retort. “I’m not a little kid that needs to be constantly babied. I’m an older teen who’ll be going to college soon and living on my own. I’m going to help by finding Dad and getting him back on this S.C.A.M.P.E.R. so take Devin and wait for us in the underground ok?”

Lidia was taken aback from her son’s outburst, shocked to see that her little Dustin was no longer holding back his feelings. Her son was now becoming more of an adult, and surprisingly, more like a hero as well. The mother sighed in relent, nodding for her eldest to move out and head back to the town.

“Your father might have run back towards home and missed us in the panic,” Lidia spoke as Dustin prepared to run. “You have to promise me as soon as you find Reggie that you’re coming back here to get on the S.C.A.M.P.E.R.! I don’t want to have two of my family missing in action.”

“Yeah Mom, I promise we’ll be right behind you guys,” Dustin smiled as he gave a nod. “Devin, you and Mom stay safe all right? You gotta be the big man and protect her. You guys be safe! I’m going to go save Dad.”

“See Mommy, I told you before that Big Brother is a hero,” Devin gave a small smile through his tears, Lidia nodding in agreement as Dustin dashed out towards their home. “We don’t have anything to fear, Big Brother’s going to smash down the enemies and save the day, just you wait.

-End of Chapter Seven-
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