By the way, before reading this story, I would like you to know that this is NOTHING like the show, NOTHING at all. Also, if you don't really like stories that have some sad parts in it, I would advise you to not read this series.
BUT, if you're fine with all of that, then by all means, get to reading!
This setting takes place at night on a cold and wet ally way.
Isabella makes a sharp turn into the ally, avoiding the car that was about to hit her. She then comes to a walking pace, seeing a run down house. She looks both ways, making sure nobody is watching. She then opens the old door, inside is an old man on a rocking chair.
Old Man: Sit down.
Isabella slowly sits down on a nearby rug.
Isabella: Please, tell me more about these heroes.
The old man takes a book that was resting by his chair and flips it over to a page with Ladybug and Chat Noir.
Old Man: These, Isabella, were the two miraculous holders. They fought evil and saved Paris. But not much else is known.
Isabella: What happened to them?
Old Man: Well, there's a long story about that.
(Oh, just as a side note, these characters are from my old story)
Sally, Blue, and Riley know that Paris is too far gone to save. But they all know that stopping will just make them dead.
Riley: Where do you think she is?
Sally: Uhh, hopefully, gone??
Blue: That can't be, Le Paon has been on our trail since Ladybug and Chat Noir died.
Riley: Can't we just stop for a bit?
The three look behind and pretty much everywhere else. But Le Paon is nowhere in sight.
Blue: Ok, maybe for a minute or so.
They all rest by a nearby tree. While resting, a girl comes up to them.
Blue and Sally: SHHHHHHHHH!
The girl looks surprised, but decides to tell them her name and that she meant no harm.
Blue: So your name is Mira, correct?
Mira nods her head.
Riley: So what brings you here?
Mira: Le Paon killed my parents, I had nowhere to go, so I went here, this is where my friends and I used to go after school.
Sally: What happened to your friends?
Mira starts to cry.
Mira: *in tears* Le Paon killed them too.
Sally starts to tear up.
Riley: I'm sorry to hear that, but I don't think sticking with us is the best-
But before she could finish, a loud noise came from the bushes.
That'll be in for today, thanks for reading my story! (P.S, Liana and JulesNoir, you'll be in the next part)