Experimental Chapter 4Ren looked at Hitsugaya sadly as he held his head. He was muttering something unintelligent to himself. Ren tried to calm him byExperimental Chapter 4 by ~AimiLuna
holding his hand and running her fingers through his dirty white hair. Nothing she tried worked. She shook him hard and that brought him
out of his trance. He stared at Ren with tears in his eyes.
"Why can't I remember? Shouldn't it be easy?" Tears flowed out of Hitsugaya's distressed teal eyes. Ren didn't know what to tell
the crying child. She wiped the tears away.
"Don't cry. I'll help you get your memory back. I swear." she told him.
"Really?" he asked. Ren nodded. Hitsugaya threw his arms around Ren's furry neck. "Thank you." he mumbled. Ren's feline face
was deathly serious.
"I need to ask you some questions. Answer them the best you can." she said. Hitsugaya sat up and nodded. "Tell me the last thing
you remember." Hitsugaya thought for a moment then he had his answer.
"I was pulled into a room and they held me down." He hugged his knees in fear. "They
Experimental Chapter 3Hitsugaya's arm burned with pain. The man smiled as he prepared for another strike. He gave Hitsugaya five long deep wounds onExperimental Chapter 3 by ~AimiLuna
his arm. Then he put the knife back on the table and sat down in a chair, watching the boy. Hitsugaya cradled his wounded arm against him.
The gashed refused to stop bleeding. Blood soaked his white linen shirt.
'Why are they hurting me? What did I do wrong?' Hitsugaya thought. His fingers were numb and he felt light headed, both from
loss of blood. He looked at the man with rage and hate. His vision was clearing and he could now make out the man's scrunched up face. The
man's smiled grew and he had an evil look on his face. Hitsugaya wondered why.
"Stop looking at me and pay attention to your arm, boy." Hitsugaya looked at his arm just in time to see the five wounds seal
themselves up. Hitsugya was amazed. Those wounds had been down to his bone and now it looked like nothing ever happened. Even the
bruise on his thumb had disappeared. "Good. The exp