The Dead Don't Always Stay Buried: Chapter 4 In The Last Chapter... "He's really something, huh? He's not wrong though; I am stronger now. I guess I'm a little colder, too... but I'm going to make sure what happened to you doesn't happen ever again," he vowed, smiling to the cold rock and stepping away, "G'bye now."The Dead Don't Always Stay Buried: Chapter 4 by Eclipse-The-Awesome
9-10ish Months Later
Kakashi was double-checking his supplies for what must have been the third time that night, steadily sorting through each and every weapon's pouch with deft fingers. He pulled out various shuriken, counting them before setting them back into their allotted spaces, and placed all his scrolls into easily reachable compartments. Finally he couldn't stall any longer. He closed everything back up securely, sure he had everything he needed. It was time to go.
He was dressed in his ANBU captain uniform, the Hound mask snugly fitted over his face once again. He stood from his bed, slid his sword into its scabbard, turned around and opened his window. He leape
The Dead Don't Always Stay Buried: Chapter 3 In The Last Chapter... "Okay. We'll compromise, alright? You take… three days between missions, unless injured, to rest up and go see your friends. You don't have to talk to anyone, but go have competitions with Gai, or train with your old classmates. Something social. If not, I'll tell Kushina you've been brooding again.”The Dead Don't Always Stay Buried: Chapter 3 by Eclipse-The-Awesome
Kakashi sighed heavily, his brain already throbbing inside his skull with one of the worst headaches he'd had in weeks. His ears hurt from the near constant chatter, and it felt like they'd start bleeding with any more. He shook this off, however, to continue one of the ridiculous trials Gai had set up for the day.
Thousand strikes on the practice dummy in quick succession. The first to the number wins.
Kakashi moved swiftly, already to about six hundred, but being forced to listen to Gai blabber on beside him was starting to wear on him. He had to admit he was amused by his 'rival', but that was beside
The Dead Don't Always Stay Buried: Chapter 2 In The Last Chapter... Would he go through with this plan? If he did, Kakashi knew it was his job to stop him even if it meant killing him. "Goodbye, Uchiha Madara." He said out into the night, knowing that Obito would hear him. "The next time we meet again won't be so pleasant."The Dead Don't Always Stay Buried: Chapter 2 by Eclipse-The-Awesome
Kakashi sighed softly to himself and stepped back from the window, letting his hand trail off the sill before his arm swung limply to his side. After a moment, he reached out and slammed the window shut. He pulled his headband back down over his red eye to block the double-vision from his end, just in case. He replaced his cloth mask over his mouth and nose, returning to the kitchen to clean up after himself.
'Well, that went splendidly,' he snarked, the angry thought directed more to himself than anyone else. Half an hour later saw him heading to Hokage Tower, a report of the incident already written up minus his inability to care for himself and the Masked Man's identity.
It was Always YouTitle: It was Always YouIt was Always You by MissLoveUnknown
Disclamer: Hey look. It's FANfiction. Written by a FAN. And not by the AUTHOR. So I don't own ANYTHING.
Warning: LOVE OF THE MALE VARIETY. And the smoochy smooch.
Pairing(s): ObitoxKakashi with a hint of SasuNaru if you tilt your head to the side and squint.
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I jumped, turning around to face the cherry-haired kunoichi standing behind me. Her question had come out of nowhere, really. Training had ended for the day, and we were just packing up. Granted, they weren't part of my team anymore. Naruto had grown easily more powerful than I. He was in training for the next Hokage, and ecstatic as ever. Sakura was the most powerful and knowledgeable Medic-nin for miles, surpassing her mentor. Despite all that, they still insisted we train together at least once a week, as long as we were available. I had just gotten back from a wee
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Kakashi had awoken earlier than he meant, the moment that the first rays of sun filtered through the slatted shutters of his window. All at once his small bedroom seemed to fill with golden light, a pestering presence that his eyelids alone couldn't quite block out. He rolled over while burying his head into his pillow childishly as he tried to recall what it was he had been dreaming. The tablet of his mind was blank save for a faint feeling of utter happiness and the Copy Nin found quickly he couldn't remember anything further. This not remembering was becoming a frequent issue as he entered later life; what had begun as a young man as absentmindedness had evolved as an old man into an absent mind.
"C'mon, sleepy head, wake up."
"I don't think so," Kakashi whined, burrowing into his blankets. He was sixty years old and he would sleep as long as he damn well pleased, thank you very much.
"Suit yourself," the owner of the voice shrugged. "But you'll be late."
The voice went awa
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