Author: Falco276

Chapter 26
Narnia is an awesome place to live in

*Disclaimer: I do not own MFB or KH.

Note: Parts of this written content in this story are not made up by me. That credit goes to Kirameki87. Also for Roxas having 3 brothers and a hard working mother (also including the KH teachers and students in the cast.) are not made up by me. Give that credit to Xyphate (Yes, refer to KH High School Times). The whole idea for KHS to have firebirds as their mascot is actually made up by me. Here is the replacement cast. (This happens after KH High School Times.)
Hello! Guess what?! I figured out that you can type directly into FanFiction instead of importing Word documents, when updating stories!(Actually, Babyfruitstyles told me, but still) Convenient, right? Wish I'd known that sooner...
Anyhow, for Lent, I've decided that I'm going to try and work on this fanfic every day! So that means I'll either be posting everyday, or posting longer-ish chapters somewhat more frequently. Hopefully. If you don't already know, Lent is a time in the church year where you give up something or do something extra. 40 days and 40 nights, not including Sundays.
I don't own Narnia.
AND I FIGURED OUT HOW TO MAKE A LINE THINGY UNDER THE A/N! (also 'cause Babyfruitstyles told me...)*

The walk to art was fairly short, but made tedious because of the heaps of Science binders and journals we were carrying. I'm not sure why we brought them. We never use anything for our classes when they're taught by villains.
We were, again, greeted at the door by the clown-like purple haired artist. He smiled creepily at each student. Except Sora, Angelique, and I. He glare-smirked at us.
"So! Today, we are drawing our houses!" Jack exclaimed when we were all seated.
Confused murmurs arose.
Drawing houses didn’t really bother me much. I mean it was okay, but can’t he go into something much more challenging like the 5 pt. perspective or Popart?
"Just think of what your house looks like, you go there every day so it should be pretty easy, and draw it!" Jack happily exclaimed.
"Mr...Jack? What if we don't want people to know where we live...?" asked none other than Sam.
"Make something up, then! Just make it sound realistic!" Jack replied as Sam nursed a newly formed bump on his forehead.
Unfortunately, Sam had a point there. It may not be the best decision to tell a villain where your house is, unless you're looking for trouble. Especially if said villain had forcefully asked you where you lived a few hours before, and the group of villains said villain is affiliated with is currently trying to figure out your identity. So, I decided to do as Jack suggested, and make something up! These people are from Beyblade after all, they'd probably believe me if I said I lived in China, or something.
I'd actually be surprised if they knew where they were.
I then started drawing with the pencil and paper that had conveniently appeared at my desk via Sora, I assumed, while I'd been zoning out and plotting.
First, I drew my "house". It was big-ish. Brown. Kind of English-style. There were lots of windows, and it was two stories high. A brick pathway led to the front door. After coloring all that in, I finally got to the fun part. The background.
The tree's behind the house were filled with pink cherry blossoms. The blossoms were blowing in the wind in the shape of a human being. Tree Nymphs! Jack wouldn't care if my house were in Narnia, right?
I drew a lion behind some trees.
After finishing, I put my name on the back of my paper and went to see what Sora and Angelique had drawn.
Sora had drawn an awesome Alice in Wonderland house with a twisted and stretched frame and a bunch or clocks everywhere. Playing cards were falling out of the windows, and the doorknob had a face on it. The Cheshire cat's facial features appeared in multiple windows, as well as a girl who supposedly was Alice reading in a rocking chair. The white rabbit was running up the crooked red brick pathway.
Apparently, he'd blown the whole "realistic" thing out of proportion. Literally. But then again, it would be awesome and fairly likely that Jack would take this for a legit house.
Angelique's house was exceedingly normal compared to ours, which is probably
good. For her. Especially when we're trying to stay under the radar.
It was a one-story house with white house with brown outlining the windows and roof. The whole drawing, though simplistic, had a really cute and cottagey feel to it. (And trust me, I don't use the word "cute" all that often!) There were even little black music note's coming out of one of the windows.
Angelique told us that this was not what her actual house looked like.
Darn, I wish I had a house with music notes flying out of the windows!
Just then, Sora and Angelique came over to look at my drawing.
"Is that Narnia...?!" Angel gasped softly.
"Yup!" I agreed.
"Cool!" Sora exclaimed in awe.
"Hey look, it's Aslan!" Angel pointed out.
"No, it's Alsen!" Sora corrected.
"Uh… I think it's 'Aslan'…" I re corrected him.
"Oh well…" Sora didn’t care about the name anyway.
Jack was a bit suspicious when he came to mine, but disregarded the unreal parts as products of my imagination. Which was very true. But that didn't change the fact he still hated me.
If he thought mine was a bit of a stretch, you can imagine his disbelief when he saw Sora's. Actually, you don't really have to imagine it; I'm going to describe it for you, anyway.
He stared at the drawing for a bit, eye twitching.
"So…this is your…uh… house…?"
"Yeah!" exclaimed Sora, not meeting his eyes directly.
He was much more pleased with Angelique's drawing. Didn't pay much attention to it, though.
As for the rest of our class, he was a bit disappointed. Apparently he's never seen so many bad artists in one place. Especially ones who openly admit it. But then again, they should be grateful. At least they can draw a straight line (with a ruler).
Some people (like me) can't draw a straight line (or bother to get a ruler) to save their life.
And thus ended Art class.

*Yay… I really hope I can post these a lot sooner…
Next class is…. P.E., I believe! Huh… haven't thought of anything for that yet… maybe Enzo will conveniently go missing, or something. Then I can add someone else! Amazing, huh?!*


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