Little lost Prince
A Godzilla fanfiction
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Jira and Sahara are my OCs
He pressed his snout against her soft belly, revelling in the warmth of her body and sucking in the comforting scent of his mother. Goji always felt so safe with her, that he could forget the cruel world around him. He thougt she would always be with him and that there was no way that Sahara would ever leave his side. But she did.
The little Gojira tried hard to focus on her face, but his dream wouldn’t let him get a clear view. No matter how hard he tried, all he could remember was a faint smile and a soft chuckle. He forgot what she looked liked.
Goji opened his eyes, wiping the tears from his own face as he looked around, hoping to spot his parents. But they weren’t there. It’s been a hundred years, since his mother left their world. And after so much time, he could barely remember her. Yet he yearned for her comfort. No matter how hard he cried and how often he would call out, she never came back home. And his father, Dagon… He hasn’t been seen since last year. Maybe he too has left them. But whenever he asked his sister for their father’s whereabouts, she would have a somber look on her face. She knew.
Looking for his sister, he turned to her for comfort and warmth, snuggling up to her side. Out of instinct the young, but older female wrapped her arms around her littler brother, drying his tears and pulling him close.
„Did you have a nightmare?“
Goji sniffed, burrying his face into her neck. „No… I dreamed of mommy… I miss her…“
„I miss her too. But, she isn’t gone forever. She’s in our hearts and memory. Don’t forget that“
„But… I don’t remember what she looked like…“
„Oh…“ Jira sighed, saddened by this statement. But not surprised. He was still young and it’s been so long since their mother had passed.
„Well, I can tell you. She was strong, brave and beautiful. She was a warrior. The fiercest female there was, worthy of the title of queen. Her scales were warm and soft, the color of sand.“
He peaked up, looking at Jira. „Like the beach?“
„Yeah! Like the beach. And she had the warmest smile and pretty golden eyes, shining like the sun. Daddy loved her so much, he would always call her-“
„Yes, his sunshine. You know, mom always said you look a lot like daddy.“
„Yeah, you do. Just tiny and soft and round, haha. And daddy said I look like mom. So when you think of her, just think of my face, but a lighter color and two golden eyes. That’s what she looked like. Only much prettier. And bigger and stronger. No one dared to defy her! Everyone knew not to mess with her, more so than our dad, the alpha. She had a temper, a lot like you actually. And she was never scared.“
Goji sighed, her calming words carrying him back into sleep. „I love you, mommy…“
Jira’s voiced trembled, as she stroked his head, fighting her own tears. „She loves you too, Goji. Very much so.“
In the morning Jira left to hunt, now having to provide for her brother and herself. Life has been hard since the death of their parents and the weight and pressure of the new responsibility she had weigh on her small shoulders. She was too young for this. Too young and to inexperienced to be taking care of a young cub. Still a cub herself, Jira was but half the size or a grown adult. So hunting by herself in the deep sea surrounding their island was always a risk.
A risk she had to take, for the sake and survival of the bit of family she had left. While his sister was out, trying to find enough food for them to get by, Goji would be stuck alone at home. His sister always told him sternly, to stay at the nest and not wander about.
„Why do I have to stay home all the time? It’s boring!!“, he whined.
„Because I told you so! Goji, I can’t protect you when I’m not with you. And knowing you, you’d get into trouble within less than 10 minutes or something.“
„I do not! I haven’t been in trouble in days, ok?“
„Yeah, because you stayed home. And I hope it stays that way. Now wait here, I’ll be back soon. Promise?“
„Ohh-kaaay…“ Goji huffed and crossed his arms, pouting. His big sister gave him a smile and a hug, then turned to the beach.
But of course the stubborn and playfull little boy he was, he wouldn’t listen. Goji knew it would take her a few hours to return from her hunt. If she wouldn’t know, it wouldn’t hurt her!
The moment he saw her dissappear behind the ocean’s waves, the young boy made a bee line for the woods. Anything was better than staying home alone and doing nothing. Might as well explore. Maybe he can even find something, or someone, to play with!
Some time passed as the young titan roamed around their home, enjoying the time to scare other, smaller creatures than himself and chasing them around. All in good fun of course. It was moments like this when he could forget how lonely he was. And he would forget about his surroundings. Laughing Goji chased after a small kaiju, which was squealing in a panic. To it, this wasn’t a game, but a hunt. To Goji, this was just some fun. It’s not like he actively wanted to harm the creature, but if he did catch it, it would make a good small breakfast. He was starting to get hungry after all. So why not? As he was closing in on his prey, he noticed something. A strange feeling overcame the cub and slowed down to a stop. Perturbed he overlooked his surroundings. Maybe it was time to head back home, he thought to himself. Surely his sister would be home soon and, she shouldn’t know he left the safety of their nest. But as he turned around, he heard it. A weird, drum like noise. It was hard to describe, as the young Gojira has never heard this sound before. But he felt it, felt it in his body and soul. This was bad. The sound send a shiver up his spine and by instinct he knew to just run. Goji only took a couple of steps, when a shadow loomed over him, crossing his path. No! He didn’t think to look up. But he had to. Slowly he moved his head up and stared into a nightmare.
A creature he’s never seen before, but heard many stories of. A beast with sharp teeth, but no lips. Huge, bloody red eyes glowing in a face of darkness. Long, sharp legs. Many of them. Too many for his liking. It growled, the drumming coming from it’s maw, opened wide and drooling. Terrified, Goji screamed. He screamed and started running as fast as his little legs would carry him.
„SISSY!! SISSY, HELP ME! PLEASE!! JIIIIRRAAAA!!!“
With a screech, the nightmare took chase. It lept into the air, it’s wings pushing up dust and dirt, following the young cub from above. Goji was scared. Beyond scared. A fear he has never felt before left him shaking, so much so that it was hard to move. He feard one wrong step would be the end of him. He ran home, calling for his sister to help him, but before he could make it, the beast tackled him, pinning the young one to the ground. Goji screamed again, in fear and pain. This was it.
The monster reared up, preparing to run it’s claws throug the cub’s body, but instead of the satisfying, painful scream of the little one, a louder, bigger one pierced it’s ears. And shortly after, an atomic breath hit is in the side. Jira emearged from behind the mounting, having heard her brother’s fearful screamed for help. She knew something was off when she returned home to an empty nest. But now was not the time to be angry with him. It was IT she was angry with.
„GET AWAY FROM HIM!“ She charged up another atomic breath, charging at the thing that was pinning her baby brother to the ground. She knew what this was. A muto. A male one. Her father had told her many stories of those beasts, of the war her kind and it’s kind had held millenia ago. Even though there weren’t many of them left, they were still roaming around. And it was one of them that had taken their father away from them! But she won’t allow them to take her brother as well. With pain in her heart and rage in her soul she attacked it. Even though she knew the change of winning this fight was slim, she had no choice. She had to protect Goji!
Jira’s body slammed into the muto, knocking it off Goji’s trembling little body and she stood over him, covering his little form with her own. She charged up again, buolding preassure in her throat and releasing a ball of blue light, hitting the muto in the side with a brute force. It screeched, but instead of falling, it took to the sky, diving down at the young Gojira and throwing her off her feet, piercing her shoulders with his sharp claws. Jira screamed in agony, the pain washing over her like a wave.
Goji was shocked at the scene playing in front of him. He watched as his sister got pummeled and stabbed and kicked over and over again, never giving her a change to get back on her feet. He shook, his knees weak from fright. He couldn’t move. She was dying! No! NO! NOT AGAIN! Please! He only had her left! The boy cried, tears streaming down his face as he roard as loud as his little lungs would let him.
„LEAVE HER ALONE YOU MONSTER!! GET AWAY FROM MY SISSY!!“
That got the attention of the muto, turning towards the cub. Jira was on the ground, breathing heavy as he pinned her. There was so much blood…
It huffed at her, pleased with his work and started towards Goji. Terrified, the young one couldn’t move. But somehow he got on his feet, fire blazing in his eyes. He tried to be brave, just like his sissy and roared. The muto only laughed, not impressed a bit. But the distraction was enough for Jira to get back on her feed and attack that monster from behind. She hit him hard in the legs with her tail, the muto toppling over in surprise and the girl stepped between it and her brother. Bloody, beaten and with a limp. Her right eye swollen shut. But earth be dammed, she won’t back down. Even if it meant her end, she will NOT let this thing get to her brother.
Defyingly, she glared at the muto. All her anger, fear and pain. It didn’t matter. Only her brother mattered. For him, she will die if it meant he would survive another day. She snarled, barring all her teeth, he eyes glowing with rage, nostrils flared.
The Muto roared, spreading it’s wings wide. Jira roared right back, Goji hid behind her leg. The two charged at the same time and Jira jumped, lunging at the throath of the beast, trying to sink her fangs into his flesh. She buried her claws into his shoulders, trying to pull him down. On the ground, he’s not as strong as in the air. She just need to break a leg or a wing-….
Jira gasped as the muto pushed it’s claw deep into her belly, ripping it back out with a grin. And she fell. Goji was in shock. He watched in horror as his sister lay there, her blood painting the ground red. She looked at him. He looked at her.
„Run Goji… Run and never look back… Please…“
„No…“ she shook. „No!“ he cried, he begged, pleaded with her.
„You must survive, please Goji…“
The beast stepped over her, attempting to get to the boy next, but she grabbed it’s leg, holding it back.
„RUN!! DON’T LOOK BACK! I’LL COME GET YOU, I PROMISE! JUST RUN!!“
He voice broke through the spell that held him at the spot and, without hesitating this time, Goji turned and started running. He cried and ran as hard as he could, towards the water. It can’t get him down there. And Jira will come get him, she promised! She he kept on running, not looking back once. The little Gojira plunged himself into the sea, swmming down and down and down, until it was so dark he could barely see. He found a tunnel and kept going, until he found himself in a little underwater cave. There, rolled into a ball, hugging his tail and weeping. He wept so much, it tired him out and he feel into a dreamless sleep. Days passed and still, his sister did not come for him. He was in pain. From the injury on his back, hunger and realisation that Jira might never come. Just like his mother didn’t come back. Just like his father didn’t come back. Still, he kept hoping. He waited some more. And when he couldn’t take it anymore, he dared to swim back up home. A whole day he wandered the island, looking for his sister. The muto was still there. Dead. But his sister was gone. She won the fight! But… Why didn’t she come? She PROMISED she would come and get him! Did she forget? Maybe she couldn’t find him? Maybe he should just wait by the nest. Yes! She’ll find him at the nest! So he waited. And waited…. And waited… He waited another year…
She didn’t come. She never came. Just like mommy… Just like daddy… Goji was all alone…
Goji stirred and turned to his side, opening his heavy eyes with a sigh. Not again… He lifted his hand, wiping the tears flowing down his face and sat up. Even though he slept all night, he felt as if she hadn’t slept at all. The king looked around his new nest, moving his huge body to watch the sun creep up from behind the horizon. He hated this dream. This nightmare. Because from all of his dreams, this one… was real.
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