Equivalent Exchange: A FMA-Fanfic
Hey everyone!! This is gonna be a FMA fan-fic, so of course it's not real dummy! I'm gonna put Al_MyKnightInShiningArmor (aka MrsPonyboyCurtis) in it, it's a surprise for her but not for me!! BTW, she calls Al. Anyway, it's gonna be mostly about a girl named Cassie Bain who's just moving to Resembool, away from her abusive brother. Oh, my friend's name is gonna be Mica Khan. But, I don't think she's Japanese. Anyways, I'm boring y'all to death, so on with the story!! :D
Moving to Resembool
What I saw when I got there, three children that look about my age, running around and having fun. I have never had fun, I've had hardships. The only fun I've ever had was practicing alchemy, my mother said I take it after my grandfather, and he was one of those "State Alchemists." My mom and I got out of our car, and got our luggage, the three children saw us and ran up to me excitedly. "Hi, I'm Edward!" the short kid said. "Hi, I'm Alphonse," the nervous kid said. Then the girl standing next to Alphonse said, "Hi, I'm Mica!" "So, what's your name," Edward said, looking at me strange. "What's under your eyes?" I could tell he saw they were tear-stained. "My daughter doesn't like talking the first time she meets people, by the way her name's Cassie," my mother said. Thank God she saved me, or I would have ended up bursting into tears, running in our new home. My mom and I walked into our home as they all said, "Bye, Cassie." "Th-thanks for saving out there mom," I said. "No problem, dear," My mom replied. It was a beautiful day, I kind of wish I decided to meet them. I looked out the window, and what I saw amazed me, the two boys were performing alchemy. I thought not many kids understood, or even had the guts to do it at such a young age. "Well, I'm going to meet their mother's," my mom said. "Are you sure you don't want to play with the other kids?" I decided I would give it a try, not talking for a long time to anyone your age, makes you feel lonely. And I am really sick of being lonely, for a long time I've felt isolated, I actually forgot this was a new start. I couldn't wait to actually introduce myself instead of my mom introducing me.