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“Egyptian legends spoke of a young, blue-eyed girl, who was physically weak; but in times of trouble, she unleashed an incredible power, because she carried the spirit of the Blue-Eyes White Dragon inside her!
31 years old
Domino City/Cairo Egypt,
About me: I can’t look at anyone or anything the same anymore. Being involved with Seto, Yugi, and the rest of the group has changed everything. Before I met them, life was simple. Average. Ever since, it’s been everything but. I thought Yugi’s puzzle was strange. It looked like an ancient item that came from a Pharaoh’s tomb. It appeared to be real gold, and I found out that it was. Why? Where did it come from, why did someone make a pyramid puzzle using real gold? I wanted to know how old it was. Hopefully at least the 19th century. All of my questions were answered, along with ones I hadn’t known I had at the time.
If I told anyone that I was best friends with a guy who had a magic puzzle that was one of seven mystic ancient items, they would call me crazy. If I told them that the pyramid contained a soul who spoke to Yugi and sometimes took over, they would all laugh at me. It was all the truth. There was more to all of it. There always is. I met a lady named Ishizu and she seemed mysterious and a little cold. She isn’t like that, but she is reserved and serious, so some people get that vibe from her. She quickly became a favorite of mine. Intelligent and compassionate, the best things a person could be. She possesses the Millennium Necklace, which allows her to look into the past. She knows a lot about her heritage.
One thing I learned from Ishizu, was that Seto had a past life in Egypt. After I accepted and adjusted, she gave me more information. He had been a Priest with a strong sense of right and wrong. He didn’t have tolerance or patience for bad behavior, and that was a great thing. Just like his present self, he was smart, driven by logic, unforgiving, quick to anger, proud, ambitious, and not exactly a super talkative and friendly person. He had the Millennium Rod.
The tale has more to it. Priest Seto met an albino woman named Kisara. Due to her pale white skin and white hair, she was ridiculed, ostracized, and disliked by most people. Seto saved her from slave traders and as a result, they burned his village and killed his Mom. Kisara repaid him by unleashing the spirit of the Blue Eyes White Dragon that lived inside of her. Years later, she was being stoned for her appearance and Priest Seto saved her. She saves him from being murdered later, and her soul is sealed into a tablet along with the Blue Eyes inside of her. She is able to protect him again and promises to serve him in the form of Blue Eyes.
This was such a fascinating and heartbreaking story. If anything was to truly confirm that Seto and I were not soul mates, it was learning about Kisara. I was not her modern reincarnation. In fact, Ishizu said that she was certain she does not have one. I wish that wasn’t the case. Seto didn’t know any of it at first. He was an Atheist, a skeptic, and a man of science and reason. He disliked religions, anything paranormal, and people who claimed to have any type of powers. He believed they were all scams made up by smart people to control and trick the stupid, the naive, the lonely, the desperate, and the crazy. He rejected all of Ishizu’s words for months, even losing his temper and yelling at her a few times. He would say he was sick of her bullsh*t and that he was too busy to listen to a psycho babbling on about fairytales. He advised her to find something useful to do, or to get help. Although she is mature, patient, and kind, she would become frustrated with him. Not because he disagreed, but because he was so stubborn and rude about it every time.
Seto is someone who focuses on the future and beloved dwelling on the past is unhealthy and a waste of time. This is good because it means he keeps moving forward and doesn’t think about old pain and let it paralyze him from being productive. But it’s bad in terms of mental health. In order to get better, a person has to admit something is wrong. It helps when they know who or what started their suffering. With that knowledge, they can figure out what they should do and begin on their path to healing. He doesn’t want to think about the past, much less discuss it. I understand and respect that, but I do worry that holding things in torments him and may lead him to an earlier grave. I know it’s part of why he’s got that short and fierce temper, why he’s obsessed with being the best, why failing drives him mad.
When he finally accepted that Gods, souls, reincarnation, and magic were real, I was shocked and glad. The story of his past self and Kisara irritated him at first. He refused to believe it. He said some guy who looked like him lost his girlfriend, it didn’t affect him, so why should he care? After accepting that he had been Priest Seto, he asked why another person had so much impact on him. It clearly bothered him that he had loved someone instead of remaining self-focused. Knowing her soul went in to Blue Eyes White Dragon made him react differently. He realized that it must have been the reason he had loved Blue Eyes so dearly and was obsessed. That creature had always brought him peace and comfort. I believed it helped keep him sane, and that could be compared to how Kisara physically protected him from being killed in the past.
If there is any person he belongs with, it’s Kisara. I have made it a goal of mine to try to find her. If so many others from her life are in new ones now, shouldn’t she be as well? I know he loves me, and of course I love him, but I’m not the one who knew him thousands of years ago or appeared in his dreams and visions for years. I’m not the one who saved him and sacrificed myself for him back then. Trying to locate her if she’s even here is the right thing to do. He deserves to meet her if it’s possible!