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AU in which Lumina is Serah’s seeress reincarnation. But, she doesn’t want to be Serah – she is at least to herself just Lumina, an orphaned girl living at the end of days. With that in mind she tries to avoid all the people she knew in her previous life and pretend that the memoires are no concern to her.
Then one day she is accidently mistaken for the savior and taken to die in Luxerion. However, Noel interferes with the ceremony and ends up saving her by mistake. That is until he sees how closely she resembles his lost comrade. Taken back by it he watches in shock as she poufs away - Lumina’s own heart pounding. Taking what he saw he talks around and finds out her information and gets in touch with Snow the Patron. They then learn that in order to free Serah’s soul – Lumina must die. Snow uncertain about killing a kid leaves the task to Noel, who then, takes up the role of the Shadow Hunter and peruses her.
All the while Lumina struggles with who she is constantly conflicted between Serah’s wants and her own, While Serah longs for Snow, Lumina begins to feel for the hunter.
Noel conflicted over his own feelings starts to see Lumina as her own person. Deciding against the original plan Noel returns to Yusnaan and confronts Snow. As the two bash it out Lumina appears and is overcome with Serah’s pain and regret from being torn away from the person she loved. Picking up the engagement pendant she walks into the fight and tells Snow of Serah’s wishes as she regrettably returns the necklace to him.
Please enjoy the video! (It kind of has a KH feel if you think about it with Lumina being Serah’s nobody wanting to be become a somebody.)
Artist: Simple Plan http://aojiroiemura.tumblr.com
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