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Title: Catch your reflection
Pairing: Matsumoto Jun/ Sakurai Sho; Aiba Masaki/ Ninomiya Kazunari
Rating: up to NC-17, but PG-13 most of the time
Warning: none
Summary: When Jun gets a mysterious message written on the mirror, he and his roommate Aiba start searching for a guy who seems to be in danger. And their first way leads them to a mysterious magical shop …
Note: Dedicated to[personal profile] lilly0 <3 I hope you’ll like it. I have a lot of fun writing this one, and I hope you’ll enjoy reading it.

Sho smiled when he woke up. They had a plan, they’d come to get him. He could feel Jun’s nervousness and the fear of failing, but he knew the other would make it. The last magician which was missing, was described to be to strongest among them, the one with the most powerful will to do things. There was no one better to save him than Jun.

Sho could hear footsteps outside. That didn’t sound good. He could hear voices talking with each other before the door got open. “You lied to us,” the man screamed. “And you’ll get your punishment now.”

Sho needed to get time. If he’d be beaten up now, he couldn’t help Jun. “No, I didn’t lie. Maybe she already fled. I was there, look at my pocket,” Sho said. He had just one last chance. It was his last joker, after this last chance he was probably dead.

The man pulled a bracelet out of Sho’s pocket. “Matsumoto Aya?” He asked.

Sho nodded. “She’s the one. Can you feel the magic in the bracelet?” The man nodded. “That’s the proof, isn’t it?”

The man came closer. “Where is she?”

Sho shrugged. “I guess she hides. Maybe she is in our world. Maybe in the small town in the south.”

The man grabbed Sho’s collar. “I pray for you that she’s there … otherwise I am sick of listening to your lies.” With that he disappeared. God, they had one hour – maybe less.


Jun stepped through the door behind Ohno and Aiba. The world looked like their world, just that there were huge fields and ruins around them. “What happened here?”

“No one lives here, actually,” Ohno explained. “The citizens left this country centuries ago to live their life either in your world or in ours. There are only ruins left.”

Jun looked around. The landscape was amazing, but it was hot and dusty. “The air is pretty dusty.”

Ohno nodded. “Yes, the world breaks down step by step. There are only the hunters here, but I guess sooner or later this world won’t exist anymore. The last hunters are around here, and if we are able to destroy this world, we are able to destroy our enemy.” Ohno didn’t sound overall sad about it, and Jun wondered if this happened often that worlds break down. “No, it’s just this world. But this world was built for people who committed crimes, so it’s not that bad that this comes to an end.”

Jun blushed. Okay, Ohno was still reading his thoughts.

“Over there is the place they hide. Nino tells me that there are two guards outside, and three are sitting around a table right behind the entrance,” Ohno said.

“Nino says that one of them is moving,” Aiba said. “He is in a small room next to the entrance. And he is leaving now together with two others. So there are three men all in all. But we don’t know how many are inside.”

“Jun, you have the feather?” Ohno asked, earning a nod from Jun. “And you think you can handle the situation?” Another nod from Jun.

He could feel Sho’s strength in his belly. Yes, he was able to do this. He let his important memory appearing in his mind before he started walking towards the entrance. “Let’s do this.”

Jun saw the men there looking at him. He had the feather in his hand and when he opened it, the feather was hovering over his palm. He concentrated on the men, but when one of them started heading towards him, Jun felt nervous. His stomach clenched, but there was immediately the strength in him spreading again. “Thanks, Sho,” he whispered.

He concentrated and soon the men stopped and knelt on the ground. Ohno ran up to them, using the necklace with moving it in front of their eyes, while he said some kind of spell. The men blinked and lie on the ground, coiled up and obviously asleep. “They are deep asleep now, and no one will be able to wake them up.”

“There is one more person inside,” Aiba said. “In the room over there,” he pointed at a small window next to the entrance.

“I’ll go,” Jun said confidently. He smiled when he felt Sho’s strength spreading in him, and he was glad that Sho helped him, because he alone would have probably run away already. He stepped into the building and shrieked when someone approached him from the left. “Who are you?” Jun turned, the feather still hovering above his hand.

“Your boss,” Jun said. “And now go back into the room, lock the door, and let no one inside.”

“Yes, master,” the man said and closed the door, like he was told to do.

“Amazing,” Aiba said. “I need something like this,” he laughed.

Jun rolled his eyes. “Oh yeah, that’s a good idea to use this in private life…”

Aiba grasped his arm. “Two more at the end of the corridor.”

Jun nodded. He walked up there and he felt like nothing could ever stop him, and he felt that he got closer to Sho, that they weren’t far away anymore. “Stop,” he said and the men didn’t move anymore.
Ohno passed him and let the necklace swing in front of their eyes again. They sank on the ground and slept. “They won’t remember anything later on – if they’d wake up anyway.” He nodded and got up again.

“There is no one around on this floor,” Ohno said. He looked at Aiba.

“Agree. Nino told me same. But there are three men in the cellar, and Sho behind a metal cellar door,” Aiba explained.

“Then let’s go and don’t waste any time,” Jun said.

“Yes, we should hurry, there are five men approaching the ruin, and when they’re here we need Sho already, because they are the stronger ones – there is one magician between them, and two men who aren’t human, but they aren’t magicians either. One of the them is the boss, he is the one giving the orders,” Aiba repeated what Nino told him.

“Okay, then let’s get Sho out of there,” Jun suggested. They made their way downstairs and Jun and Ohno took care of the men, while Aiba started fumbling with the cellar door. Jun could see him cursing, but then Aiba pulled something out of his pocket and soon the door had a big hole in the middle. Aiba turned and gave Jun a thumb up before he climbed into the room.

Jun let the feather slip into his pants when he was done with the last man and followed Aiba to the cellar room. He could hear Ohno still talking with the men. He probably tried to get something out of them, or he was still hypnotizing them. Jun didn’t listen carefully at all. He was about to meet Sho in real, and not only in his dream, and his heart made some jumps. He smiled when he felt Sho also getting nervous about it.

“Damn thing,” Jun heard Aiba cursing. He looked into the room and saw Aiba fumbling with a kind of key, just that it was a golden … ball. “Oh, that’s it.” He smiled and pressed the ball between his fingers before a key popped out of it. He opened Sho’s chains and let him free.

Sho stumbled forward and Jun was quick enough to get a hold of him. “Hey,” Sho whispered. He looked terrible.

“Hey,” Jun replied. Was he going insane, or was Sho much more beautiful than he had been in his dreams? God, what was he thinking here. They needed to get out of here.

“Come, we need to go,” Jun said. He helped Sho stepping out of the cellar where Ohno already awaited them.

“They told me that there is a rune keeping this world existing, if we find that rune and destroy it, they’ll disappear with it. And we’d have the problem solved,” Ohno suggested.

“But first of all we need to take care of the men who entered the ruin … now,” Aiba shrieked.

“They are back,” Sho breathed out. “We need to get out of here. They are back to kill me.”

“What shall we do?” Aiba asked.

“Who…” Jun turned when he saw three men approaching him. He raised his hand with the feather, but the man already had pulled Jun’s arm to the side, and he wasn’t able to move anymore. “… are you?”

They were definitely strong, and Jun could feel that even Sho didn’t know what to do. This was probably the reason they hadn’t won against them till now. They were terrible strong, and there didn’t seem to be a way to get rid of them.

Jun tried moving, but he was not able to make any step. He turned to Sho, who glanced at the men. Sho wasn’t in a good condition, but even if he would have been, he probably would have failed. Jun remembered what Nino had told him. “If you are in a hopeless situation, there is one last chance. You are able to connect yourself with Sho in a special way. You are able to become one. But only use it when you have the feeling that there is no other way. It’s dangerous and maybe you won’t be able to wake up afterwards.”

This was a hopeless situation. He could feel Sho’s panic, and Sho didn’t even panic when he the men came back to tell him that the lied to them. Jun closed his eyes and soon everything around him got blur and he was like falling in a deep sleep, just that he still heard them all talking.


Sho felt the power in him increasing. He looked at Jun who had his eyes closed. This was a stupid idea, even though it was probably the only one helping. He stepped forward, nodding at Ohno, who understood immediately.

“Are you able to carry Jun?” Sho heard Ohno whispering at Aiba.

Aiba nodded. “Okay, then do that, and we’ll come outside in a few minutes.”

Sho could see Aiba moving. He stood behind Jun and he seemed to know what to do. Probably was Nino telling him how he should react. “Now,” Sho said and he could see Aiba grasping Jun’s shoulders when he fell back and taking him piggyback before he started running outside.

Sho waited a moment till Aiba was out of sight before he stretched his hands and the ground started vibrating. So that happened when two magicians connected each other completely. Sho felt a cut on his arm. He could see one of the men throwing little knives at him, and one hit him. “Oh, don’t do that,” Sho growled. He could feel the anger in him rising. “Satoshi, now.”

Ohno nodded before he stepped forward and a wall appeared between them and the men. Sho pointed at the walls around the men, and suddenly they formed into something like a cage. Ohno stepped through the wall, the necklace in his hands and soon they were all asleep.

“That was easier done than I thought it would be.” Ohno tilted his head.

Sho nodded. “But just because I was able to become one with …” He stopped. God, that meant that Jun was asleep, and maybe he wouldn’t wake up again. What had he done? No one was ever able to wake up after such a connection.

“Let’s go,” Ohno said, pulling on Sho’s arm. They reached the field and right behind a tree they saw Aiba kneeling next to Jun.

“Jun,” Sho breathed out. “Is he still sleeping?”

Aiba nodded. “I don’t feel anything, Sakurai-san. He is emotionless.”

Sho knelt next to Aiba and took Jun’s hand in his. He had already seen a lot of things, and he had solutions for almost every sickness – magic or not – but this was nothing he was able to cure. Jun’s hand felt cold and lifeless.

“Who had this stupid idea doing this?” Sho yelled.

“It was Nino. But he says that there was no other chance. One of the men was about to reveal his magic, but Jun’s action irritated them and you had the chance to fight them,” Aiba said.

“And now? We need to get him back.” Sho leaned closer, his hand stroking over Jun’s cheek. No, he had definitely never felt like this before. This wasn’t the connection, this was pure. Did he believe in love at the first sight? In a dream? No … he didn’t, at least not till now.

The feeling in his belly grew, and he knew this wasn’t only his feeling. “Jun’s in me.”

Aiba and Ohno blinked at him. “I know, this sounds stupid, but I can feel his feelings in me.”

“Wait, wait, wait,” Aiba raised his hands. “Nino, can you remember what you told me last time we spoke about feelings and my ability?”

Sho looked at Aiba. Was he going insane here? Of course he knew that Nino was able to communicate with Aiba, and that they were connected, but what had Aiba’s ability to do with Jun?

“Okay, listen,” Aiba said. “I maybe have a solution for this. But I don’t know what will happen to me afterwards.”

“That’s ridiculous,” Ohno hooked in. “We need to find a way where no one is in danger. If you help Jun and you die afterwards, we don’t win anything.”

“But you need Jun to destroy the rune here, that’s the way you can close this world and save your world,” Aiba explained. “I am not the most important part here.” He looked down at Jun.

Sho would do everything to rescue Jun from this, but sacrificing someone else who was close to them, and who’d probably be close to Sho one day? “There has to be another way.”

Aiba shook his head. “It’s okay, really.” He looked at Jun. “I don’t know, I am really calm right now, so let’s do this before I start freaking out, okay?”

Aiba knelt next to Sho and took his hand in his. With the other hand he took Jun’s hand. He closed his eyes and soon Sho could feel a part of him fading. It was like Jun’s feelings started wandering. They left him and got to Aiba where he probably guided them back to Jun.

Jun’s eyes got open and he moaned when he tried to sit up. Sho smiled. “Look, Aiba, he is alright. And you are …” He turned.

Aiba smiled, but he was fading. “Bye, bye,” he said till he was gone completely.

“No,” Sho heard Jun crying out loud.

A/N: Hello everyone <3 So what do you think now? I am sorry for what I did to Aiba, but it was necessary ^^ And Sho and Jun met in reality ^^ What do you think are going to do now - away from pervy things :P 

Date: 2017-07-08 10:18 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] learashi
Aiiiiiibbbbbbaaaaa! You better bring him back!
Sho and Jun together at last.❤💜
With their combined skills and with the power of their love, things should be okay.

Date: 2017-07-08 10:27 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] pluvie_27
Okay, i'm happy that ShoJun finally meet for real. But why??? Why you do that to my miracle boy???? You better get him back. I don't want him to be hurt...

Date: 2017-07-08 10:44 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] mae74
Bring back Aiba! I'm so happy that Sho and Jun have met at last 💜❤️

Date: 2017-07-08 11:30 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] drarashi93
I am going to happily assume that Aiba is back in the other world with Nino. Also, Yay Sho's back.

Date: 2017-07-09 05:11 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] duckyshimetai

Maybe he went back to Nino. Yup, I'm going to believe that... T_T

But at least Sho can be with Jun now... I hope Jun manages to destroy that rune! :) All the best, Jun!! :D

Thanks for sharing! <3

Date: 2017-07-09 07:32 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] lilly0
OMG what's happening at the end? Aiba!!I hope he didn't leave them for real, and that he can be saved as well!! Maybe he just had to leave this world and wake up?
I'm glad that they finally saved Sho, and what Aiba and Jun did individually was dangerous but I see that they probably didn't have any choice. I just hope that Aiba will come back too!

Thanks so much for this update! Waiting for the next chapter!!

Date: 2017-07-09 10:42 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] yumn_yumi
Wh-WHAT?? What happend there? Where did you dissapear, Aiba-chan! Don't do this!!!

Date: 2017-07-11 10:24 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] akhikaru
I'm a bit relieved about Sho but Aibaaaaaa D: I hope he's alright!!!
Ahhhh can't wait to see how things go for them!!!
Thanks for the update! ^^


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