Anime/Manga Fan Fiction >> Yu Yu Hakusho >> Chaos With Intent
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By chibi angel
"What the hell do you want, toddler?" Asked the voice of a punkish looking kid with greasy
hair. Koenma glared at his Spirit Detective as the other three filed in after him.
"I have a new mission for you." Koenma stated simply. "These are your enemies."
He handed them a picture of a pink and orange blur.
"Oh this pictures absolutely wonderful." Yusuke says sarcastically.
"These are the best pictures we have, they broke into my high security vault last night."
Koenma replied. "As far as we know at least one appears to use blades, the other appears to be
sufficient in magic. So you will have to be cautious not to be caught unawares. We believe they may
be in the Forest of Fools." And with that he dismissed his detectives.
"I've got a new task for you two." Koenma said, handing Sakura and Aimee a folder. "I
need them to be put in the deepest prison cell."
The folder was thick and Aimee pulled it apart carelessly. Papers fell everywhere and Sakura whacked
her over the head before picking them up.
"Too much Kanji." Aimee said, swirly eyed. She picked up four pictures. "Huh. Looks
like two idiots, and two decent guys."
Sakura translated, "Yusuke Urameshi, Kazuma Kuwabara, Kurama, and Hiei Jaganshi. I've heard of
Kurama, if he's the infamous thief, and Hiei."
"He's not the thief, he's this red head I'm guessing." Aimee held up a picture of a red
head with fair skin and green eyes. "Er.. that is a he, right?" She asked Koenma.
He nodded, watching them quickly deduce their task.
"Notorious for breaking into the High Security Vault and the slaughter of many. Hmm... what do
you think?" Sakura asked, turning to her partner.
"Shouldn't be too hard." Aimee said, grinning.
"Isn't it sad that the High Security Vault seems to be the one with the least security?"
Sakura said nonchalantly. Koenma glowered.
The two girls walked away, waving.
"Hey! We believe they're in the Forest of Fools!" Koenma shouts as the doors slam shut.
"Hope they heard me..."
Aimee and Sakura continued down the hall to the ground level.
"Aimee? You think we're being set up?"
"I was wondering the same thing. I mean we live in the Makai, and we've never heard of them
before... and besides, they had tons of information on them."
"Yah... but I guess if we want to get paid we have to do it anyway, right?" Sakura said.
"Bingo." Aimee said. The two exited the building and entered a portal to the Makai.
They appeared on the outer edge of the Forest of Fools. They entered and silently began searching
for any energy sources.
After finding many demonic sources they felt three rather powerful ones and a weaker one.
Think we should check it out? Sakura asked. Aimee gave a thumbs up and the two disappeared
into the trees.
They stopped on the outskirts of a clearing where the four beings stood, two demons, a halfling, and
"How in the world are we supposed to find these two blurs?!" The grease ball shouted in
annoyance. "All we know is last night they broke into the damn vault of the stupid
Sakura and Aimee paused, looking at each other quizzically. Aimee shrugged before swinging down on a
lower branch as Sakura did the same, throwing both of her daggers and hitting two of the boys on the
back of the head, rendering them unconscious, while Aimee worked her magic and knocked the other two
"Koenma can't be serious. That was way too easy." Aimee mumbled, kicking the orange one in
the head. The red head and the one Aimee and Sakura agreed to call Spikey were lying peacefully on
top of one another.
"Aww, they look so cute! They should totally be stars for a yaoi." Aimee squealed.
"Let's switch their pants and take their shirts!" Sakura said, grinning. The two girls set
to work stripping the boys of their clothes (as they both "squeeed" over it) Sakura and
Aimee took the red head and Spikey's shirts and switched them with their own.
"Heh, see I'm not the only short person." Aimee said, grinning at her new 'dress'.
"Aimee... it swamps you... you're about two inches shorter and you're gonna trip."
"Oh like I ever trip!" She accidentally faceplants. "Dammit..." Sakura laughs.
"Well let's take them to the prison then." Aimee opened a portal and the two girls dragged
the unconscious boys into the prison cell. "Koenma's jobs are even more boring than the last
ones we had." She said as they slammed shut the cell and Aimee locked it with magic. She hummed
quietly as a light blue light left a trail from her hand and wound around the lock. Once she
appeared satisfied she nodded to Sakura and they left, traveling up the million steps to Koenma's
"Aimee? Sakura?" He asked as soon as the two entered his office.
"Koenma your jobs are boring us." Sakura said bluntly.
"What!? You mean you succeeded? Already? You only left two hours ago!" Koenma screeched
"The targets weren't that hard." Aimee pointed out. "It took us a while to locate
their auras in the jumble of the Forest of Fools, but once we got it the job was practically
"Who were they anyway?" Sakura asked, taking a seat on the edge of Koenma's desk.
"Those we're my Spirit Detectives! They're supposed to be the best in my army!" Koenma
looked faint. "And you took them in two hours... Impossible."
"Wow Koenma, you're slipping if that's your best." Sakura said, grinning.
"Luckily you have us now."
A yelp was heard from the open doorway to the prison cells.
"Heh. Guess they found the magic lock." Aimee grinned.
"Right. My mind is made up." Koenma said, quickly hopping off his chair. "Follow me
you two." He said, leading the way back downstairs. Aimee groaned.
"You must be kidding. We just climbed these!"
"Stop complaining." Koenma ordered. She clamped her mouth shut but made faces at his back
and Sakura chuckled.
Koenma finally stopped in the bottom most clump of cells. The rest were empty save for the ones his
Spirit Detectives were watching him cluelessly from.
"Aimee? What's with the blue thing?" Koenma asked nervously. "And why is Kuwabara's
"Oh that old thing? Just a bit of ancient magic." Aimee nodded as if talking to
herself more than the others. "Keeps anyone from entering or exiting."
"Please remove it." Koenma says, sighing.
"Oh... that could be risky... but yah sure I'll try it." She said.
"Don't worry Sakura, should be fine. I'm the caster after all." Aimee said, pulling up her
sleeves. She began to chant in an odd foreign language and her hands began glowing blue.
After a good five minutes of chanting and glowing the idiot with orange hair sighed.
"Oi! Shut up!" Everyone jumped at Aimee's voice. They looked at her glowing figure.
Beads of sweat were streaming down her face and she looked like she was gripping something for dear
"Taking the lock off is much harder than putting it on. If she messes up it could completely
backfire on her." Sakura whispered.
"Not to mention I'm trying to hold off another portal someone's trying to open." Aimee
grunted. The blue faded and the lock unclicked itself.
Almost as soon as Aimee had unlocked the Spirit Detectives another portal opened in the cell. Two
hunched and hooded figures stepped out. No one could see their faces but their eyes glowed
demonically. Strange green letters began glowing in front of Aimee.
A light erupted through the dungeon, temporarily stunning everyone but Sakura and Aimee, who were
already in fighting stances.
As soon as the two figures tried pulling weapons Sakura and Aimee had reacted, Sakura slashing
through the figure with her daggers while Aimee hit where the pressure points were supposed to be.
As soon as they had contact the figures dissapeared in smoke, leaving their dark brown hooded cloaks
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