So...this is my 3rd fanfic! Didn't think I'd get past my 1st one, to be honest. To start things off, this is going to be a bit different than my other fics. My previous stories were short, character-focused oneshots. I'm going to try and make this a multi-part series. Also! It's going to be a MASSIVE crossover fic. Don't worry, you won't need to view each and every fandom to get what's happening. I'll try my best to keep this as clean as possible! Without further ado, here is the first part of: The Final Page. --------------- It was a fairly simple mission. Some cocky wizard had dabbled into the wrong spells, and had ripped open a tear in the multiverse. The boundaries between worlds were beginning to fade, so they had to step in. All that had to be done was to dispatch the wizard, then close the tear. Unfortunately... The wizard was strong. And had a small army protecting him. Because of course he did. "Dammit Aegesil! I thought you said this was going to be easy!" A figure cloaked in shadow growled as chains of darkness surrounded and rippled into a group of monsters. Aegesil sighed as he blasted a fire imp away with a pistol shot. Not that anyone could hear him over the sounds of combat anyways. "I said that this was probably going to be easy. I can't tell the future!" Aegesil snapped back, dodging the swing of a cyclops' club. "You know, I've always wondered about that," a man clad with intricate, bronze armor remarked, "None of us can see the future, yet we can see alternate realities and travel in between timelines. Weird right?" "Why we really discussing this now?" the shadow said, "Aren't there more pressing matters?" The man in bronze launched a pulse of blue light, exploding into a crowd. "Heeey! Watch where your firing that, Aegesil!" A girl dressed in oddly formal wear for being in a battlefield. Aegesil paused. "Huh? I didn't...oh." "Wha- I thought we agreed not to call each other that! It gets confusing!" The man in bronze spoke again, saying, "We're technically all the same person, remember?" "Whoopsie! Sorry~" The girl half-heartedly apologized, swinging a spear through the heads of a hydra. "Everyone. The wizard appears to be casting a spell. I would suggest for you to cease your conversations." Yet another figure vocalized, this one being composed of a pure white light, tinged with yellow and bound together by a matrix of metal and stone. "Oh, stop being so serious, Yellow." "Don't call me that." The battle raged on, none the wiser. --------------- Luni sat within her workshop, dabbling with gadgets and tinkering with machinery. "Hmmm...If I put the generator here...would that stabilize it?" Luni mumbled under her breath, doing the calculations in her head. Lilith was laying down nearby, lazily watching the Creator at work. "Master, maybe adding one of those error-fixing grenade things would help?" Lilith suggested, twirling her tail in the air. "But I'm not trying to fix a failure in consensus reality, Lilith," Luni sighed, "I'm trying to stabilize this Einstein-Rosen bridge so that it doesn't explode." "A what-bridge?" "An Einstein-Rosen bridge. You know, a structure linking two points in space-time?" "...Sure." Suddenly, the sound of beeping fills the air. "Erm...Master Luni? Is that...important?" Luni's face furrowed in slight concern as she materialized her control panel. "Its...one of the detectors. Specifically the one that detects abnormal, consistent changes in reality and space-time." "...So this means..?" "That there's something going on. I built this detector after that altercation with Sol. Can't have another situation like that happening again." Luni continued, saying, "Looks like there's several reality benders, or at least temporal manipulators, fighting a rather large scale battle. I'd say around four or five of them, maybe six." Lilith paused, worry written all over her face, and warned, "Hey...you aren't planning on investigating, are you?" Luni tilted her head slightly, "Why not? I can take care of myself. Besides, what if it's another Sol or corruption incident? I can stomp it out before it grows into a problem!" With a wave of her hand, Luni summoned a portal into existence. "Don't tell the others the actual reason I left. I don't want them to worry themselves over me." Lilith bit her lip, still unsure. "What if this is more than master can handle? I already lost her once..." Sensing Lilith's doubt, Luni smiled. "It's alright, Lilith. I'll come back. I promise!" Turning away, Luni entered the portal, and into the twisting paths of the Ways. Little did Luni know, this would be the beginning of the end times, and she would be one of the unlucky few to bear witness to the start of the calamity. To be continued ?