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The Invisible: Chapter Fifty-Six (Jelsa)It was nearly Christmas and Jack was restless.He woke and walked every space of the castle. He slipped into rooms, through the shadows and remained unnoticed. He was the invisible man he had once started as, silent as a panther, calculating as a predator. But it didn't feel that way to him.If anyone would have seen, perhaps they would have imagined it was a good-bye. He too, had he been more naive and just from the moon's embrace yesterday, would have believed in those thoughts all too much with the unrealistic hope something greater was coming. But Jack, three hundred years later, knew much better than those childish things.No, if he had to describe his little tour around, he would say it was remembering. Recalling the spaces in the castle that were built by him and Elsa, that intersected with the new. Just like himself. Here before him stood generations much past his time, walking through the grand hall where Elsa and Anna had found each other, running down the ice-bridge to hop a
The Invisible: Chapter One (Jack/Elsa)It was quite the normal round, when it happened.Fly around, he thought with a inward chuckle, to be more correct. Ah, he'd just frozen over the most brilliant pond out north and sat and watched the sun rise over the hills and the ice explode with sparkles. It had only been a handful of years since his creation, and at the moment, he wondered how he was to be so lucky to have gotten this job. Well, the fact he couldn't exactly remember the details before didn't bother him much. He was here now, wasn't he?He flew over a mountain, expecting to see the light dusting that he would soon turn into a full out blizzard, but stopped in mid-flight. The area was covered in what already looked like the dead of winter. Even the spaces, as far as he could see, where it was usually summer, were encased in snow.Now, Jack may have been slightly air-headed on occasion, but he rarely forgot where and when he made a place winter. And this place in particular, well, it was a special place. He knew the or
The Invisible: Chapter Fifty-Nine (LAST CHAPTER!)"Elsa! Elsa!" Elsa turned to see Jamie waving her down. It had been nearly a year since her return, and things had never been so wonderfully swell."Yes, Jamie?" She asked."Hey, is it true that you're going back there today?" He asked, slyly referring to the place Elsa had taken Jack after her re-arrival. Giving it a name seemed so pointless, almost anything that could be used to describe it would not have nearly sufficed. Besides, most people knew what they were talking about anyway."Nash is. They want to tell everyone the good news." She said, "But Jamie, even if you wanted to go, you couldn't. I wouldn't risk taking a mortal there. You may not come back like you are." Jaime gave a long sigh. 'Like you are' meant...dead. It was difficult for Elsa to force that word out though."I already know that, Elsa." He huffed, "I just...wanted to see if they could find someone there?" He asked, a forlorn expression appearing on his face. Elsa touched his shoulders softly. It was easy to see t
The Invisible: Chapter Fifty-Eight (Jelsa)Jack never felt cold, but he felt the immediate change in temperature when the whirling stopped. A long lost memory shoved up his throat, and even though he could not see, it was as if everything was in a good place. The air was a warm summer breeze, and he could only hear the click of birds and the scuttling of squirrels. Elsa touched his eyes, a motion to let him open them.It was every happy memory, this place. It was the most perfect day, even for a frost creature himself. It was the hours when he had been human he and his sister Emma had ran through the meadows, before he caught her and they rolled and laughed on the grass. The meadow went on for miles, a perfect shade of green grass that was soft and moved in waves with the wind. The trees on the edge of the field waved hello in the warm air, and to his left great mountains rose high above him. A pair of robins darted past his nose, spiraling up until they twittered away. Jack felt as though he had never seen a place more beautif