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Prologue-Fifteen years ago Resisting the temptation to look back at their beloved home burning up in flames, a couple ran as fast as they could, away from their pursuers behind them. With tears falling uncontrollably from her eyes, the woman clutch the screaming infant in her arms tighter against her chest, all the while whispering sweet nothings into the infant's ear, trying to calm her down. While at her side, her husband kept murmuring to himself, "We will get through this. We will pay them back for what they did to us and take back what was belong to us." After running for a while, they managed to get rid of their pursuers and rest at an inn nearby. They put their belongings down and were horrified to find out their daughter was running a high fever! "Ryuuki! Kagome is burning up! Come quick!" Haruka called to her husband. "I knew it! Her power is much too strong, it is killing her! Oh....What should we do? We can't call the doctor! They'd find us!" cried Haruka, panicking for her dear child. Ryuuki gently put a hand on her shoulder and said, "There is only one thing that we can do for her now...... And we must do it fast, we only have a few days before they caught our scent" Startled, Haruka snapped her head up in realisation. Tears falls as she slowly nodded. They had to seal her powers up, turning her into a normal human. However, this means that they cannot see each other again until the time is ripe. That is the curse of having to seal someone's power up as it eats away their life force, taking away their life. They really do not want to do this but this is the only choice they have in order to keep her safe. Now, the only question is who will do it, Ryuuki or Haruka? Haruka wiped her tears away and stood up resolutely. However, before she could say anything, Ryuuki drew her in and covered her mouth with his hands. "It is either I do it, or we do it…...

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