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The Smash Freshmen, Chapter Sixty-SevenThe Smash FreshmenThe Smash Freshmen, Chapter Sixty-Seven by prastarkeepers
Chapter Sixty-Seven: Fight for the Antimetal
Palutena clutched at her forehead. Something was wrong. Very wrong. Viridi was in a lot of pain. As if a metal Marth running around the temple wasn’t bad enough. Now Pit was loose and had managed to overpower Viridi. Palutena had to come up with a plan. She had to do something.
King Dedede stepped up to her. “Is everything alright?” he asked.
Palutena shook her head. She looked up at those around her. “Dedede,” she said. “Take half of our forces and help Ike fight off Marth. Ganondorf, you and the other half come with me. Pit is loose, and we may have a metal goddess on our hands now.”
“And why should we follow you?” Ganondorf asked.
Palutena glared at him. “Because I said so!”
Marth and Daraen clashed swords.
The Smash Freshmen, Chapter Sixty-EightThe Smash FreshmenThe Smash Freshmen, Chapter Sixty-Eight by prastarkeepers
Chapter Sixty-Eight: Mario Returns
Palutena spotted Dark Pit under a pile of rubble against the wall of the ruined laboratory. She rushed to his side and used her magic to lift the shattered marble off of him. The angel coughed and fluttered his wings listlessly. “Pittoo, are you alright?”
“Yeah, I think so,” he gasped.
Palutena scanned him over with her mind. She detected no traces of metal in his system. “Viridi’s cure worked?”
“Feels like it.” Pittoo rolled onto his back and sat up. “What happened? Is Viridi a metal now?”
Palutena looked down. “I’m afraid so.”
“Great.” Pittoo shakily got to his feet. Palutena let him hold on to her arm for support. “As if we didn’t have big enough problems. What about the antidote?
The Smash Freshmen, Chapter Sixty-FiveThe Smash FreshmenThe Smash Freshmen, Chapter Sixty-Five by prastarkeepers
Chapter Sixty-Five: Pit’s Escape
Marth stepped forward out of the rubble, a cruel grin upon his face. Ike stared down Marth, placing himself in front of Robin, Daraen, Lucina, and Doctor Mario, his heavy sword held out before him.
“Is that—that’s my ancestor,” Lucina said, “Marth, the great hero of legend.”
“Stay back!” Ike ordered. “He’s not Marth anymore. Just a twisted hunk of scrap metal using his body as a puppet.”
Lucina groaned as she crumpled to the ground, clutching her torso. Daraen rushed to her side. Holding her hand up, they both watched in horror as it disappeared into thin air for a split second.
“What’s happening?” Daraen asked.
“Both Marth and Caeda have fallen to th
The Smash Freshmen, Chapter Sixty-SixThe Smash FreshmenThe Smash Freshmen, Chapter Sixty-Six by prastarkeepers
Chapter Sixty-Six: Rekindled Friendship
Villager bolted awake, sweat drenching his face. In his mind’s eye, he could still see those terrible images that had haunted him in his dreams. A metal spike protruding from Olimar’s back, blood spraying, the astronaut’s body going limp. He could still hear the crack as Fox broke Olimar’s neck. He could also see Fox’s stunned face as Villager’s axe plunged into his chest and sent him flying through the energy barrier. What worried Villager most was his disappointment at how easily Fox had been KOed. He’d wanted to hurt him more. He’d wanted to make him suffer. But then it was over, leaving him unsatisfied.
Villager looked around. He and the others with him had camped out on the grassy field atop the Smash Run for the night, resting for the upcoming battle Phantom Hand had promised. Most were asleep, curled up in a soft patch of gras
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