Code Lyoko Porn Story: Enter Fierce Zone Chapter 13

Code Lyoko Porn Story: Enter Fierce Zone Chapter 13

Umm… yeah, chapter 13. I’m almost done with Enter: Fierce Zone, now… Anyway, please review when you finish reading. I’d appreciate it, y’know? No? Oh…

Hey, do you feel that? asked Odd.

Feel what? replied Kyra

I feel a disturbance in Lyoko.

Oh really? Do tell.

It’s like the air is charged… do you feel it?

Nope, sorry, uh-uh. Kyra sighed and lay back against the cool ice, strangely warmer than the ice back on Earth. She felt as though she could lay there for days, enjoying the coolness caressing her back, rising around her body in little rivulets and enveloping her spirit–

Kyra! Odd hissed.

What? she asked, a little miffed at being taken from her daydream.

You can’t fall asleep.

I wasn’t asleep.

If you say so…

Besides, Mr. Know-it-all, why cant I sleep? You think you can control every aspect of my life?

Odd sighed, and smiled. Kyra, calm down. You arent in control of your emotions well right now, believe me. And neither am I whenever I get yelled at, I get tired, even though Im trying to smile. See? Odd yawned, his left arm shaking. Kyra laughed.

What?

Its funny. Your arm is shaking when you yawn.

Oh, was it?

Yeah. Ive just never seen that before.

Ever?

Ever. Kyra stared at his arm, and then poked it.

What?

I dunno. Kyra looked as if she would start laughing again at any moment, so Odd sighed and asked one question: Wanna get back on the boat?

Why not? Kyra and Odd walked back towards the boat, and climbed the rope aboard. Once Odd reached the deck, he reached a hand over to help Kyra up.

Hey Odd? she asked, her hand holding his even though they were done climbing.

What?

Who do you think passed this test?

Who says its over? Odd answered with a question.

Why wouldnt it be? Kyra caught on quickly.

What did we accomplish?

Didnt we figure out how to control our emotions?

And how does this help Xana?

Now he knows that Id be a good commander under his rule if I can keep myself from letting things like love get in the way, right?

Odd looked a little hurt. My little girl might leave me… Does that make sense to you?

I dont know, does it?

Odd and Kyra stared at each other for a moment, and then sank to the ground, laughing. They hadnt laughed like this for a while; laughing for the sake of laughing, and then laughing all over when something weird happened, like when Kyra forgot to breathe. Just when they were sure she was okay did they laugh again, joyously, without bridles. They laughed so hard that they didnt even notice the shadow flicker in the air and stand watch over them, leaning against the opposite wall.

Hello, Kyra, Odd. Hopefully Ill be in more control this time.

Hi, Annax. Kyras words were icy, although her face betrayed none of the animosity she felt for her.

You dont seem happy to see me.

Who would? spat Odd.

Annax eyed him coolly, and said to Kyra, Guess the test is up, and I wonder which one of you won…?

Cut to the chase, Annax. Odd forced his emotions to die down; after all, they were still in their test, and this was the ocean, right? And what was that Annax said about it being your best friend or your worst enemy?

Okay, Annax complied. Somehow, it was a tie. And as soon as she said that, they all heard the sound of ice shattering, and a small wave rocked the boat, gently.

Is that the whole test? asked Odd.

If so, it was rather short, said Kyra.

Hey, thats what I was thinking!

Oh really? Odd. Annax winked at Odd.

Haha, funny pun. Odd crossed his arms, annoyed.

Dont you have the power to read minds, Kyra? asked Annax.

Oh, right. Is it because were here that I forgot about it? Speaking of which, wheres my blindfold, and why havent I needed it? As soon as she said this, all of her powers came back including her blindness. And as the world inverted and flashed brightly around her, Kyra yelped and fell to he floor, covering her eyes.

So I guess saying things do make them true, commented Annax. Did I just twist this situation so that Odd and Kyra would hate me even more? The only phrase I dont want to test is… No wait, I should never say it. Besides, I forget, but its on the tip of my tongue

Whats the worst that could happen? asked Odd.

Holy crap. Youve doomed us all, said Annax, and peered anxiously out of the starboard window.

As she and Odd looked out, they saw a roiling wall of water start to form some 200 yards out, and growing with each passing second.

Kyra sensed the coming chaos and muttered, Holy crap.

* * *

Youre joking.

No, I think he really is gonna try this suicide run, replied Aelita. And her words to Jeremy were true; Marc erupted from the tunnel, and ran in a zigzag motion. He wielded his blades wide, grinning with passion as he sliced the legs of the Crabs. He took out a third of the assembly before they even knew he was there. And thats no small feat; there had to have been at least 250 Crabs gathered around him, and all were eager to destroy him for good. What Marc found funny was the sheer idiocy of the things. When they fell, they fired wildly, aiding him in his meandering path of destruction. In his opinion, it took way too long for them to fight back.

What he didnt know, was that there was a second army behind the Crabs. And unlike the Crabs, they knew he was there.

And it was for good reason, then, that Jeremy swore into the microphone, alerting the others that something terrible had to be going on. Jeremy never, ever, swore. Did I just swear? he thought. Holy crap.

Whats wrong, Jeremy? asked Aelita.

Jeremy held his head in his hands and sighed. Just look. He got up and headed towards the elevator.

Wherere you going? asked Aelita, turning towards the monitor. Oh, my pineapples… Wait, doesnt Odd normally say that?

Isnt that Odds phrase of the week? asked Yumi.

Jeremy didnt reply, but only walked into the elevator and announced, Im suddenly very thirsty. Ill see you all soon. And with that, the elevator doors closed, and Jeremy was gone.

Whats on the screen? asked Ulrich.

Xana has a large army.

How large?

Well, Marc is fighting 250 Crabs. There are also twice as many Blocks and Hornets behind that first wall, and about 20 Megatanks to round everything out, I think. Whats interesting is that Marc somehow emerged in the center of the army; the Crabs are in a loose circle, and the other monsters surround them, like a bulls-eye.

So whats Marc gonna do? Ulrich was sitting up now, alert.

I have no clue. And since it isnt as if he can hear us in his craze anyway, I guess we just have to sit back.

What do you mean, in his craze? asked Yumi.

Aelita started reading from his biological data. His heart rate is elevated, and his adrenaline is pumping faster. And, of course, it seems as though all he can hear right now is music. Aelita was silent for a moment, glad to know that Marc was taking care of himself, but dismayed because she couldnt help him out.

* * *

So, who wants to play? Marc asked, spinning his Duos around in a circle. Immediately, a path opened through the remaining Crabs, allowing the laser that a Megatank was charging to be released towards him. He acted fast, merging his Duos together to form a single, wide blade, and held it by the dull edge in front of his body, grimacing with the impact of the laser. People can only take so much, and why is this Tank more powerful than the first? As the laser shrank back into the Megatanks shell, Marc uttered a simple phrase: Chaos Control. Immediately, the world inverted, and Marc took the moment to twist the handle of his now single Duos. A quarter of the blade cracked, and a thin chain of light formed, creating a sort of ball-and-chain laser sword thingamajigger. He swung it around, smiling as it elongated and shrank with his will. And then his temporary dimension shattered, and the monsters could see him once again. He leapt into the air, and sliced his Duos in an arc, leaving a crescent of monsters slashed in half. He was surprised to see that his Duos cut through the shell of the Megatanks so easily; normally, they glanced off. Is it because of the new sector Im in?

He floated down just as the world had returned to normal, and began again, swinging his Duos in wide arcs, slaughtering monsters by the tens. I think what we need, he said coolly as the monsters rained laser fire towards him, is a change of strategy. Marc separated his Duos back into two swords, and walked slowly through the Crabs, blocking every shot and reflecting them to their sources. He was dismayed to be hit twice; normally, he had no hits. But such things happened when you werent good as you once were.

He was soon bored with this strategy, and once again blazed through his enemies full force. He dodged every hit, ducking and rolling, lithe and alert. His favorite part of the battle would be whenever Crabs would surround him, and all slash or fire at him. It was during those times that he could jump combine his Duos, jump up a few feet, and swing the blade around, eliminating up to eight Crabs. Oh, yes, life is good.

And then, he leapt into the air again. Chaos control!

* * *

Hows he doing? asked Jeremy. He stepped from the elevator, holding a can of INT.

Come and see. Aelita hopped out of the computer seat, her hair bouncing softly. Jeremy slid in and noticed Marcs data. Hmm…

Whyre you saying ‘hmm’? asked Aelita.

Hes doing remarkably well. Id say that the army, as large as it is, doesnt hold a candle to his valor and vigor. Jeremy sipped his INT.

Why his health going up and down? asked Aelita.

Its because his chaos control drains half of his energy, while every monster he kills gives him one health point, replied a voice; Annax.

How is Annax talking to us? asked Yumi. Jeremy relayed the question to the Proctor.

Ive opened a temporary tunnel. Xana is devoting his resources to watching the battle, and for once, commanding his army.

And how do you know this? asked Jeremy.

Simple. Marc is my Annax inhaled sharply and mumured, boyfriend. She swore under her breath, and whatever she was communicating with shook and lurched around quickly before settling still, showing a dark shape filling a corridor. Annax couldnt be seen on Jeremys screen, but everyone on his end could tell something was wrong. Yes, mlord? I swear, I’m gonna stop calling him that…

Only Xanas cloak could be seen; his face was virtually nonexistent in the bleak, matte darkness.. Who are you speaking with?

Myself. Just thinking out loud, is all.

Then would you mind telling me what you have hidden in your hax-matter stomach?

Nothing, just a spell I was messing with. With that, the window went dark, and closed. Jeremy and Aelita exchanged glances.

* * *

Marc heard none of this. He watched the world change colors, and then whipped his Duos around the air above him, like the blades of a helicopter. With each rotation, it grew longer and longer, until it had to be at least 100 feet long, a thin filament of light with a sharp chunk at the end. And as the light started to reverse to normal, and the monsters finally realized that he was above them, he twisted his body up and through the passes of his Duos, and let gravity once again bring him down, a saucer of death to his enemies. And so, single handedly, he had wiped out the Crab section of the army.

Time to beat those idiotic Blocks and Roachsters. And finally, the Megatanks.

* * *

So I think its safe to say that since Annax suddenly left, were screwed, huh? asked Kyra.

I think so. Odd sat against the wall, thinking fast. Hey! Remember how Annax said that the ocean is either your best friend or your worst enemy? He hopped up and ran onto the small deck.

What are you doing? Kyra noticed it was starting to rain, and then there was the bright flare of nearby lightening, followed a moment later by heavy thunder.

Im gonna try and talk to the ocean! Odd grinned, and turned towards the bow of the ship, trying not to think of the wave of water that was growing towards his right. So…I hope this works. Odd took a deep breath, and began:

Lady of the Ocean, I beseech you, an humble hostage in these turbulent times. Please turn back your anger, or your curiosity, from these two, reverent souls. We neither seek nor wish any harm; we would only like to leave the sanctity of your domain and continue forward with or loves, whether were completing Xanas cruel tests or living in peace until we die. We understand that this is your property. Please forgive our trespasses, and continue to work your way in peace. Good health to you.

Kyra was dumbstruck by the suddenly, well, odd, scope of Odds speech. Where had he drawn this vocabulary from? She was used to his simple, carefree nature; not this lofty, yet downplayed, grandiose display of humility. He is so out of character… Man, what a contradiction. She closed her jaw, and walked up beside Odd, who had dropped to his knees in a what, polite bow? Reverent? Obeisant? She knelt beside him, prostrate as he was. Bowing to an unseen entity… Who we only think exists…

As if the sea had actually heard him, it started to abate. She felt the vibes of Odds energy to her left, and silently applauded Odds performance in her heart. But then…

* * *

Oh guys, look. Jeremy maximized a window which had suddenly appeared; it seemed to be a live video feed of… Odd and Kyra? There was no audio at first, but then it came in, just as Odd ran out of the cabin, a serious look on his face with a smile tugging at his lips. The camera zoomed in as Odd said, Im gonna try and talk to the ocean! Before everyone who had gathered at the computer, Odd stood near the bow of the ship, and started speaking. And almost as suddenly as he had began, he finished, and knelt on the ground, his hands in front of him, his forehead inches from the deck.

And yet again, Odd surprises us, said Ulrich.

You seem almost upset to see him speak in such a… Aelita, help me out.

Eloquent way?

Yeah.

Im not upset. Im just bothered that he gets to do everything on Lyoko while were here on Earth, unable to help at all. Ulrich sighed and stretched, watching as Kyra walked out of the cabin and knelt beside Odd. And then the large wave that had gathered at the edge of the screen started to melt away, but still seemed like a threat. And the onscreen window then closed itself.

So why, exactly, did Annax show us this?

I guess as an apology since she kept us from watching the entire test, suggested Yumi.

Maybe… but it doesnt make me feel any different. Jeremy frowned, furrows in his brow. He watched as Annaxs face appeared on the monitor, awash with tears.

You know what, Jeremy? Xana can kill himself for all I care. I just dont want to do this anymore. The background behind Annax shifted and zoomed in, while she herself was stationary. I dont even know whats going on with him anymore. What I want more than anything is my Marc back. Annax choked on her words. But if it means such a… such a creep, Im not going to play his puppet anymore. I think… I think thats what Ill…

Yumis face filled Annaxs screen. Annax… are you feeling okay?

Yeah, Im Annax started grinning, but forced back the false emotions. No, Im not. I dont think I was in either of these tests. I dunno… Annax let herself finally cry, and she broke down in front of her friends. Were they really her friends? Could she be called anyones friend? Annax couldnt even understand the concept of friendship anymore, and so she wept, bitter with the way her mind and body were acting. She cried for her lost love, Marc, and cried for her captives, Odd and Kyra. She cried for Xana, as blind and reckless as he was, and cried for the world, who likely had no hope if Xana got away with his games, and Kyra controlled his armies. And last of all, least of all, she cried for herself, for allowing herself to be turned into such a double-natured creature.

As Yumi and the others looked on, Xana appeared beside her and tried to lay a hand on her shaking shoulders.

Dont touch me! she cried, her voice raw. Im not doing it anymore. Annax lay on the ground, her body dead weight as she sobbed.

You have to. Xanas voice was commanding, sure.

No, I dont. Annax sounded small, frail; definitely not the confident girl the Lyokians had known.

You will.

I wont. Annax gasped as Xana sighed and picked her up. Put me down! Im not working for you anymore! Annax twisted and clawed at him, trying to escape his vise-like grip; but it was too no avail. Xana got tired of her struggling, so he threw her to the ground, and not lightly either. Annax only lay still, sick with guilt and nausea.

Either you stop acting like a child or I destroy you where you lie.

Annax seethed, and laughed. Screw you, Xana. If Im gone, whos going to watch over your captives? Besides, I dont feel like serving you anyway, you freak! Annax was right, to an extent. Xana needed her to keep Odd and Kyra occupied, because he was, even as he stood, directing his armies against Marc. He simply couldnt do both at once. The supercomputer was only so powerful.

Annax, I tire of your thoughts and their ilk. Perhaps itd be better if you didnt think at all?

Gee, Xana, I never thought youd be so considerate. If I didnt think, perhaps I could finally stop worrying about Marc and Odd and Kyra and my stability. I must say, thatd be swell, yeah? What wrenched at Jeremy, Yumi, Ulrich and Aelita was that Annax clearly meant it. If Xana didnt do something, Annax would probably kill herself.

You dont know what your saying, wench.

I do know. And that hurts most of all, yeah? Annax fell on her back, laughing. If only what I said made sense… Annax sighed and closed her eyes, feeling the familiar imprint of the device at her neck. Why doesnt Xana just give up world domination and live? You dont have to rule humans, no matter how you feel about us. Just go with the flow, Xana, yeah?

Dont make me surge you.

Annaxs eyes shot open. Xana wouldnt dare surge her. You cant. You wouldnt.

Whats he talking about? asked Yumi, watching as Xana materialized a remote in his empty palm.

Remember the thing on Annaxs neck? asked Aelita.

Yeah…

Its probably a shock collar, also. Xana probably knew that this day would come, so he likely had this ready.

Ouch, murmured Ulrich and Jeremy.

Holy crap. Xana said he didnt make it with a shock function. Annax wore a mask of pale skin, her stomach turning at the idea of being shocked into submission.

I can… Xana inched his hand closer to the remote. And I will. Xana clapped suddenly, and Jeremys screen went white as electricity poured out of the impossibly small device and into Annaxs small body.

She screamed.

And screamed.

And screamed.

Even when the lightning went away, Annax felt the pain and screamed. Everyone in the lab no doubt felt it also; Yumi turned away from the monitor and walked into the elevator. The blood-curdling screams were at least bearable; the idea of torture wasnt.

Ready to get back to work? asked Xana, a touch of careless disappointment in his words.

Ne… Never, coughed out Annax. Xana sighed, and clapped once more, but twice, and therefore, doubling the duration. Annax huddled into a ball and screamed through gritted teeth, her back arched painfully forwards.

I guess Xana is more sadistic than we thought, said Ulrich.

Yes. I am.

He can hear us? exclaimed Jeremy.

Apparently so. Annax isn’t as strong as she thought she was. Xana viciously kicked Annax in her ribs, propelling her at least a foot off the ground. Worthless human. He turned towards the invisible camera Annax had conjured. I’m sick and tired of you creatures. And forget these tests. Annax’s apathy is getting to me; I don’t even care anymore.

Wait… what? asked Yumi.

I’m canceling the two remaining tests. In fact, I’m gonna give you all a huge advantage. As Xana was speaking, Jeremy noticed that the scanners were no longer unaccessible. Go ahead and bring your little friends home. I guarantee that none of you will live to see tomorrow.

Wait… Xana, you just wasted a lot of your time. said Aelita.

Truth; but I intend to waste no more. And I’m not gonna tell you my glorious plan, either; that’s cocky and idiotic. Xana thought for a bit. Kyra doesn’t really have much to bring to my table; I mean, she is a powerful super-soldier and all, but that doesn’t mean I need her. Do I want her? Yes. But will I keep her? No. She’s human.

You seem awfully prejudiced. Jeremy folded his arms across his chest.

You seem awfully weak. Xana did the same.

Now now, Xana; who’s beaten you countless times in the past? You’ll never win.

You yourself say, ‘in the past.’ Welcome to the now, Jeremy. The future is Xana.

* * *

Holy crap.

Crap is not and will never be holy, said Kyra.

Doesn’t mean I can’t pretend it is… Odd instinctively took a step back as the wave of water, one so small, now swelled into a larger tsunami of epic proportions.

Think this is the end of the test?

Probably. Who knows where the next test will be? Odd slid his hand into Kyra’s, bracing himself for the beginning of the end… and found his skin peeling away, leaving a wireframe model. He turned to Kyra, whose body was behaving the same way.

Are we being materialized?

I don’t know how… Odd’s voice trailed off as he slowly disappeared.

* * *

Come and get me! shouted Marc, pulling his Duos back into two blades. As he rushed towards an opening Megatank, he felt the familiar effects of materialization. What the heck? I thought Xana turned off the scanners! Aww… seriously? But there’s so much fun to be had, he complained to no one.

* * *

So, what should we do with these? asked Xana. He smirked as five teenagers appeared at his side. This is what Ive finally come up with. Kyra materialized to his right. This girl, this project, is no longer needed. Regardless of her abilities, she is… Xana looked her up and down, and then scowled. She is only human. And so, the remaining tests are cancelled. Xana then pointed to Odd. Because I dont need her, I definitely dont need him. He would be much better than Kyra, yes… but he is still an adversary.

Annax was next. This lazy, selfish, pathetic excuse for an assistant is much too weak. I dont need this sort of emphatic weakness in my control. He viciously kicked her in the ribs at one monet, and yet gestured lazily at Marc in the next. Her reward is now unusable. He thinks he somehow escaped, but I did have him well guarded. Besides, I have no use for Annax, so I have no use for this kid. At least he showed promise. Oh, and my first assassin, my first assistant: William Dunbar. One of the finest minds Ive ever tasted. Xana strode to his sleeping form and slowly licked the side of his cheek. Oh yes, a fine mind indeed.

Everyone took a step back from the monitor.

Xana looked back at Jeremy. So what do you suggest we do with them? he asked, maliciously.

If you arent going to use them, could you send them back here? Jeremy asked, his tone even.

Xana morphed into a caricature of Jim and laughed heartily. Show some backbone, Mr. Belpois! Prove you want these kids there, not here!

Give me my friends back.

As you wish. I have no use for, Xana spat out the next word, failures.

* * *

Odd slumped forward from his scanner, the effects of Lyoko catching up to him. His body felt ten times heavier, and he near collapsed where he stood. He turned towards the scanner to his left, and saw Kyra asleep standing up. To his right was Marc, looking as energetic as ever. So if Marc, Kyra, and I were materialized… where’s Annax and William? Odd then remembered that two people couldn’t occupy a scanner at once, so he somehow walked to Kyra’s scanner and pulled her out. Even if she’s a world-class fruitcake, she at least deserves to live… Odd wondered how he was gonna speak to her after all she did to him. As the scanner doors closed behind him, he noticed Marc staring at him. What?

You’re helping your friend. I didn’t often see that where I grew up.

Well, she’s not just my friend. Odd yawned. She’d my girlfriend. Odd smiled sleepily and made his way to the elevator. Going up?

Is there anywhere else to go? Marc still stood still, waiting for Annax to materialize. Besides, my own girlfriend seems to be taking her sweet time getting here… As he was speaking, Kyra;s scanner opened, and Annax fell out; Marc was there to catch her, though. Easy there, yeah?

Ouch… Annax held her side and looked sleepily towards Odd and Kyra, who were waiting in the elevator. Recognition sparked in her mind, and she visibly paled. Odd, I am so, so sorry.

Forgiven. Odd yawned. Besides, I know it was Xana who made you do it. He made space for her in the elevator, and the four of them made their way up to the rest of the guys.

Hey Odd, Marc, Annax, Kyra.

Yo. Marc waved.

Hi. Odd shifted Kyra’s weight in his arms.

Umm… hiya guys. Annax was shy and scared, a marked difference from her usual self. Was it because of Xana’s presence during the past few days?

Haha, so the four of you made it to Earth after all. I hope you guys enjoy your stay… however short it may be. Xana grinned from under his cloak. One more thing; give my regards to William. I cant stress enough how I don’t need his help anymore. With that, Xana flickered and disappeared, leaving everyone in the computer room confused.

William’s coming to Earth? asked Yumi. He’d better not pull anything…

That traitor? I guess so. Jeremy noticed that one of the scanners downstairs was activating. Who wants to go meet him? Ulrich?

Okay. I’d like to have a few choice words with him.

No violence, Ulrich, said Yumi.

Relax. He’ll be too tired to talk anyway. Urich paused in the elevator. I still think he’s a traitor.

Xana took him over. It wasn’t his fault, said Yumi.

Yeah, whatever. Ulrich looked pointedly at Annax, who shielded herself behind Marc. Sorry, Ulrich.

Sure. Ulrich punched the down button and the doors closed, shielding Annax from his annoyed face.

Sorry for Ulrichs attitude, Annax.

Its my fault. You really cant blame him.

Okay, if you say so. He paused. So… It looks like Annax has changed for the worse, Odd is completely out of character, Kyra is dead sleep, Marc is too happy for his own good, and Kikaruu is still MIA.

MIA? Like the singer? asked Aelita.

No, as in, Missing In Action. Seeing Aelita’s confusion, he added, It’s a military term.

Oh. Aelita shrugged and turned towards Annax. Do your sides still hurt?

Yeah… Normally, anything that happens in Lyoko stays in Lyoko, so to speak. But they’re still hurting…

Odd’s out of character? What’s that supposed to mean? asked Ulrich.

Normally, he’s so jovial, so happy, but it seems as though… Aelita turned to Odd, who was almost sleep from exhaustion. It’s like you’re a whole ‘nother person. You know what I mean? Like this is one big story, a fan story, if you will, and Odd isn’t the same guy from the show.

Odd blinked. Haha, you’re starting to sound like me!” He then abruptly fell asleep, with Kyra’s head in his lap. Kyra snored softly, the sound surprisingly loud in the silence of the lab.

Wow. Lyoko really took a toll on them. Marc shrugged and stepped over their bodies to sit down.

I know… Ulrich stretched and sat next to Odd. I might doze off as well. With that, he closed his eyes sleepily. By the way, what’s gonna happen now?

The room was silent for a moment, with only the occasional noises from the computer providing ambiance. I guess we wait for whatever Xana’s gonna pull. Or…

Or what? asked Aelita.

Well, this is probably the worst thing to do right now, but why shouldn’t we try a return to the past? Jeremy looked at everyone in the room Aelita, Ulrich, Yumi, Marc, Kyra, Odd, and Annax. All in favor, raise your hand. Everyone raised their hand except Odd and Kyra. Well, then let’s do this.

Wait a second! exclaimed Annax. Couldn’t you have done this a long time ago?

No, not really. Usually, a RTTP is our last resort, and when we do use it, it only makes Xana stronger.

Isn’t Xana’s strength a small price to pay for the safety of your friends?

No, not at all. We’re really just trying to keep Xana under control, regardless of what may happen to us. Jeremy turned back to the computer and started typing. Return to the past now, he said and pressed Enter.

Nothing happened.

Let me guess, started Yumi. Xana somehow got rid of that feature a long time ago, so we couldn’t use it even if we wanted to. She groaned and sat against the wall.

Most likely. Jeremy was visibly worried, though. How long did they have before Xana launched whatever attack he was planning?

It seemed as if all hope was gone. With no way to reset the past week’s events, and with Xana in a clear advantage over everyone, what could the Lyoko crew do?

Aelita, worried as ever, asked, Now what?

FINALLY! It’s getting harder and harder to muster the energy to write Enter: Fierce Zone. I can already tell that it’s going to end badly… I’m not liking how I’m writing it, either. So, should I finish it? Or not finish it? Should I open the way for a sequel and finish it? Should I even let someone else write a sequel? Or should I just forget about it completely? The choice is yours! REVIEW!

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