The long awaited battle scene
"Don't touch me!"spat Aizu. She was in Naraku's castle. It was identical to the one he had before, except it was in a different spot. And Naraku was bugging the hell out of Aizu. "I'd rather you kill me than go on with this torture!" Naraku was poking her, repeatedly with a kodachi, and it bugged her to no end.
"Consider yourself lucky, Aizu. I could do much worse than this." He poked her again.
"At least I had chance at dying from anyother tortures! This is just annoying." He poked her again. "Why you..." Aizu tryed to dive at him, but a barrier threw her back. It let Naraku in and out because he was a demon, while she was only a quarter, thus making it impossible for her to get through.
"Don't strain yourself. Its impossible for one with human blood, such as you, to get through that barrier."
"Is that an insult?"she asked getting ready to take another go at him.
"No, it is simply fact. But you may take it as an insult if you wish."
"Why you dirty...!"she jumped at him again, and again she was thrown back. "Why don't you just kill me and get it over with?"she asked.
"Partly because you wish it of me, and also because I need to lure your father here so I can get the Shikon Jewel. And there is something about you, Aizu. It is power like none other, and I wish to harness that power and use it for my own. But in order in order to do that I need the Shikon Jewel."
"Feh, me powerfull. Your either crazy or dillusional."
"You may deny it, girl, but you are indeed powerfull. But first I need to figure out what that power is first." He then threw a little sliver of stone at her and as soon as it hit, she felt a pain as though her soul was being wrenched from her body. And it was.
A smokey figure emerged from her still body. It was ghost-like, but it glowed pink. And then it slid back into Aizu's body and she took a sharp intake of breath. "What did you do?!" yelled Aizu, breathing hard.
"Its simple really, "said a bemused Naraku. "I extracted your soul to look at its light. If the light is white it means you are human. If the light is blue it means you are demon. If the light is pale blue it goes for that bastard you call a father."
"Don't you dare insult my father! He is much greater than you shall ever become! Even if he is hanyou!" yelled Aizu.
"As I was saying," said Naraku, deaf to her insults, "that light represents something, most of the time your species, but you, your light glowed the color of life giving for a female. I shall use that to return to my former strength."
"You will not!" argued Aizu. "I don't even know what your talking about!" Aizu was nearly in tears this guy made her so mad.
"Ah, but I have yet to explain the last color your soul can become. It can become red. Like blood. It means that your soul is fouled with blood, and you wash away that blood with even more blood. That is the color of my soul and it shall soon be the color of yours."
"Noooo!" screamed Aizu. She sat there rocking back and forth. She was going insane being with this sick, twisted-minded demon. But then there was explosion on the wall opposite the screaming hanyou.
And when the dust settled there stood InuYasha, looking pleased with himself. There was also an annoyed looking Sesshomaru, two cheering young hanyous and a laughing monk.
"Did you have to demolish the wall, InuYasha?" asked Sesshomaru, monotonously but clearly annoyed.
"Well if you have such a problem with how I make my entrances do it yourself!" fumed InuYasha, and then he realized the one screaming in the background was Aizu. Then InuYasha positioned his sword to make him look dramatic and said, "Naraku, you've hurt my family for the last time. Prepare to die!" And InuYasha charged at his greatest enemy of all time.