This is part 16 of my SAO summary / fanfiction. You can start with Part 1 here.
After he defeated Sugou and freed Asuna, Kirito rushed to the hospital to check on her. In the parking lot, he was interrupted by the cackles of a madman.
“Hello, Kirito,” Sugou greeted him. “Our battle isn’t over yet! Prepare to die!”
Sugou rushed at Kirito with a knife. But Kirito’s swordmanship skill was far higher, so Kirito disarmed him with ease and based his head in against a van. Continue reading
This post is dedicated to the 144 sick bastards who found this site by searching for “sword art online yui hentai” or some variation thereof. This is part 15 of my SAO summary / fanfiction. You can start with Part 1 here. Thanks to Mira for the GIF.
Kirito: There’s no Floating City up here! Some grand quest. Everything was a lie! I won’t let him get away with this!
Yui tugs gently on Kirito’s sleeve.
Kirito: Oh, right. Gotta save Asuna first. Then I’ll deal with the important matters. Continue reading
This is part 14 of my SAO fanfiction. You can start with Part 1 here.
As Kirito looked back on the past, he realized the truth. He wasn’t truly a part of his family. Sure, he was related to them by blood. But such ties were weak. Genetic ties were nothing compared to the raging torrent of electrons that connected him to other gamers on the net.
Even when he was ten, he felt a stronger connection to his fellow gamers than to his blood family. It is the ties one chooses for oneself that make the strongest bonds, after all. And Kirito had chosen the world of the MMORPG over his family and the world of “reality.” If that is what he had chosen, who was anyone to deny it? Was the world of games any less real? Kirito didn’t think so. He loved the world of Sword Art Online far more than the world he was born in. The beautiful sunsets, the chirping of the birds, the glint of steel in the morning light— it was more true than any other world he had known. Continue reading
This is part 13 of my SAO fanfiction. You can start with Part 1 here.
Kirito crashed into the wall with a bang. He had to reach Asuna with his sword that would pierce the heavens— he had to. And now something was in his way. Kirito prepared to solve this problem the way he’d solved all his problems before— by waving his giant swords at them.
“No, daddy, wait!” said Yui, as she carefully examined the obstacle. “This— it’s a diaphragm. And it belongs to mommy! She’s preventing everything from entering. You won’t be able to get through no matter how hard you try! This is to protect her from STDs (sword transmitted diseases) so there’s no way your sword will break this barrier.”
“We’ll see about that,” said Kirito, as he took drew his other blade. “I’ve never seen anything that my dual blades couldn’t penetrate.” Continue reading
This is part 12 of my SAO fanfiction. You can start with Part 1 here.
In the real world, Kirito saw Imouto yawning outside in the morning. “When did you get to bed last night? Children shouldn’t stay up too late,” Kirito asked.
“Onii-chan, don’t be silly! I went to bed with you last night!”
“Oh, that’s right. I forgot everything we did last night, staying up until the wee hours of the morning. Well, good morning.”
“Good morning.” Continue reading