Seto looked truly awesome riding atop the Blue Eyes White Dragon as it soared over the mountains, following the train closely. 'So, I only get to keep you another three days? Seems so cruel.' As if the dragon had read his mind, it stopped for a moment and reached it's head back, nudging Seto with it's nose as if to say that it was alight. Seto found himself smiling and ran his fingers over the silky white scales on it's head. "I think next year I'm going to take my vacation here. Go on, we don't want to be late."
On the train, Anzu had fallen asleep. As it came to a stop she was jolted sideways and landed on something soft, warm, and fuzzy...the made the creepiest sound she'd ever heard. Screaming, she quickly crawled away from a very angry Kuriboh. Witty Phantom and the Gemini twins appeared beside her with a Te-bone. “Come here boy! I got lunch for you!” Anzu watched as Phantom shook it and Kuriboh bounded over to him, catching it and eating it whole as he tossed it. She shook her head in disbelief. “That’s just wrong.” She stumbled to her feet as the others came running. “Gee thanks guys. It’s good to know it takes so long for you to come running if someone’s in trouble...remind me to never fatally injure myself around you.” Yugi glanced out the window and stared as Seto and his dragon started showing off, doing loops and spirals over the forest. Pegasus began laughing. “For someone who SWEARS he doesn’t believe in magic, he’s sure having a heck of a time with that dragon.” As Seto finally landed, they made their way off the train. Anzu stared around for a moment, looking at the buildings. “I can’t believe I don’t remember any of this.” A voice too familiar to her spoke from behind her. “That’s because by the time I took you away, you had only known the mansion as your home. You were too pure to live out here with the rest of us.” She slowly turned to see a tall man with long black hair, wearing a traditional kimono. “Dad?” He smiled and opened his arms to her. She hugged him tightly. “I thought you had died a long time ago.” He smiled warmly at her. “I did. So did your mother. But we’ve been with you since that day and thanks to the powerful magic of this place I’m able to speak to you. I hoped that you wouldn’t come back here, but now that you have I will protect you.” She looked up into his eyes. “But you aren’t really my father are you?” He shook his head. “You will learn these things when it is time for you to learn them.
Andrew looked out his window and set down his brush as he caught sight of familiar hair in the crowed. ‘She’s back. I have to get to her before Maya does...’