Here's my debut fanfic, a oneshot based on the world of Kingdom Hearts and Aladdin. Enjoy!
Note: Trigger warning for descriptions of violence and upsetting material.
"I tell you this now, Jafar, you will NEVER be the true Sultan of Agrabah!" cried the Sultan, who was bound by chains, hanging from the ceiling.
"Silence, you old fool!" barked Jafar. Everything was going so well for the wicked sorcerer. He had bonded with the Heartless, and usurped the Sultan. Now, the world and the city was his. He sat impatiently on the throne, waiting to be crowned.
"What are you waiting for? Crown me!" He bellowed.
"Well..." The guard stammered.
Jafar looked up. Without warning, a ball of fire smashed through the palace roof, before dissipating. In its place was his mortal enemy; Aladdin, the filthy little street rat, riding on Carpet, and brandishing two scimitars. At his side were Jasmine, the beautiful princess and Aladdin's betrothed, the Genie, and his two animal companions Iago and Abu, as well as Sora, the holder of the Keyblade.
"Hello, streetrat," Jafar smiled, derisively.
Genie used his magic to disintegrate Sultan's chains, freeing him. He embraced Jasmine, before standing back.
"Sorry, Jafar. But you're not gonna become Sultan today. It's me." Aladdin proclaimed.
"And we're taking you down," Sora chipped in.
"Alright, then, you disgusting peasant. Let's fight!" Jafar roared.
Jafar sent a legion of Heartless towards our heroes, but they put up a good fight, taking the wicked spirits down left and right, hacking them to pieces.
"No!" Jafar soon called on the surviving Heartless. "Bond with me, Heartless, and transform!"
The Heartless absorbed into Jafar, and soon he took on a terrifying appearance. His resplendent robes took on a ragged and savage-looking quality, his eyes glowed a burning red and his trademark serpent-headed staff's mouth was open wide.
The gang looked on in horror. Then out of nowhere, Jafar's staff shot out a stream of lightning, which caused great damage to everything around it. He aimed it at Jasmine, who Aladdin managed to save just in time. Then, Jafar readied his aim.
"Aladdin, watch out!" Jasmine cried.
"Prepare to die!" Jafar screamed. Suddenly, out of nowhere, something unexpected happened.
The Genie flew into front of his friends, taking the deadly blast intended for them.
"Genie..no!" Aladdin cried, running to his friend. Then, to his horror, Jafar levitated himself off the ground. Jasmine turned to him.
"Aladdin, Sora, go now! We'll take care of Genie," cried the princess.
Aladdin and Sora jumped into Carpet, and flew out of the palace, with Jafar in hot pursuit. The wicked sorcerer let out a deranged cackle, as he rained a jet of black and red fire down onto Agrabah, with citizens fleeing in his wake.
"Face me now, Aladdin, you filthy peasant before I reduce your precious Agrabah to a cinder!"
"Sora, take him down." Aladdin shouted.
"On it, Al!" Sora yelled.
The boy aimed his Keyblade at Jafar, as he continued his rain of destruction, and shot a blast at his chest. The sorcerer fell screaming, hundreds of feet towards the ground, before landing through the roof of a house.
The two soared down to get a closer look. When they arrived at the building, they noticed that not only had Jafar miraculously survived his fall, but he was also incredibly angry.
"You think that will be enough to stop me, filth?" Jafar screamed, blasting willy nilly.
Jafar pursued his prey into the street, shooting beams of energy out of his staff, not caring if he hit any civilians trying to flee. He finally confronted the two and was ready to go in for the kill.
Jafar materialized several daggers with his staff and sent them flying towards Sora and Aladdin. Out of nowhere, Sora used the Keyblade's magic to deflect the weapons, and they skewered Jafar's body. The sorcerer screamed in horrible agony.
Aladdin had an opening. As Jafar was yelling in pain, he grabbed the snake staff. Jafar was soon horrified as to what was about to happen.
"Please, no!" Jafar begged.
But it was too late. Aladdin brought the staff crashing to the ground, smashing it to pieces. Jafar screamed, helpless to stop him, but then it was too late.
Right in front of Aladdin and Sora's eyes, Jafar's skin began to melt into dust, leaving a skeleton behind, which spewed out a black cloud, which dissipated into the sky.
Finally, Jafar's reign of terror was over.
"Come on, let's go back to the palace. Genie needs us."
The two friends hopped onto Carpet, and flew off.