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                                Library Story
                                 Version 1.0
                  Original Creation Date: November 15, 2006
                                By TBF Bri 10
                          E-Mail: BrianM10@gmail.com
                               AIM: TBF Bri 103

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V 1.1 November 16th, 2007 - Fixed Some Spelling Errors

V 1.0 November 15th, 2007 - Finished Library Story

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                                   Chapter 1                                  

                              -The Celestial Duo-

                                    Page 1                                    

 Our story beings a very, very long time ago with a young girl. One day, this
         girl spotted a rusted spaceship holding a small star child.

                                    Page 2                                    

 "What's your name? Are you lost?" the girl asked the star child. "I'm Luma, 
   and I'm waiting for Mama. She's coming for me on a comet!" said the star
                   child, who had been waiting day and night.

                                    Page 3                                    

       "Don't worry. I'll wait with you," the little girl promised Luma.

                                    Page 4                                    

At nightfall, the little girl borrowed her father's telescope and peered into
 the sky. She looked and looked, but she saw nothing. Hours turned into days
 and they years, but still the sky revealed nothing. Finally, the little girl
 sighed and said to Luma, "If we stay here looking much longer, I'll be an old
lady soon." But then she had an idea. "Why don't we go out there and find your
                              mother ourselves?"

                                    Page 5                                    

The girl and Luma fixed up the rusty spaceship, and then the two set sail into
  the starry sky. And this is how the search for the celestial mother began.

                                   Chapter 2                                  
                 
                                  -Star Bits-

                                    Page 1                                    

  Days passed with no sight of the comet, or even a single planet. Instead,
  asteroids extended for as far as the eye could see. "If I had known it was
 going to take this long, I would have packed more jam," said the little girl,
                        above the rumble of her belly.

                                    Page 2                                    

Before they left, she had packed all the essentials: telescope, butterfly net,
      stuffed bunny, bread, milk, jam, and apricot-flavored tea, but...

                                    Page 3                                    

"I forgot to bring water!" At this, Luma burst into gales of laughter, and the
  girl began to pout. "As long as I have Star Bits, I'll be fine," said Luma.
       "Want some?" The little girl couldn't stay mad after hearing this.

                                    Page 4                                    

Luma continued to laugh, and the girl couldn't help but join in. "Alright,
                             maybe just a nibble."

                                    Page 5                                    

  Leaning far out of the ship, the pair began to collect Star Bits with the
  girl's net. They almost fell out a few times, but they kept on collection.
                        The Star Bits tasted like honey.

                                   Chapter 3   
                               
                                  -The Comet-

                                    Page 1                                    

A beam of light pierced through the ship's window. Thinking it was the morning
 sun, the girl peered through the window, only to find a turquoise blue comet
 shimmering at her. The little girl shook the sleeping Luma awake and shouted
                    excitedly, "We HAVE to get that comet!"

                                    Page 2                                    

      The pair descended on the comet and found that it was made of ice.
     They looked high and low, but Luma's mother was nowhere to be found.
    Exhausted, the little girl sat down with a flop, utterly unable to take
                             another step. "Look!"

                                    Page 3                                    

   Peering down at the icy ground where Luma was pointing, the girl suddenly
 noticed clusters of Star Bits encased in the ice. "Pretty good, huh? Finding
Star Bits is my specialty!" said Luma, beaming. "There's ice here, but it's so
 warm, I'll bet there's water here too." The two decided to stay on the comet
 for a while. Riding the turquoise comet, the pair continued their search for
                                 Luma's mother.

                                   Chapter 4                                  

                                  -The Dream-

                                    Page 1                                    

 One night, the girl dreamed about her own mother. "Where are you going?" she
   asked her mother's retreating back. Without turning, her mother replied,
  "Don't fret, dearest. I'm not going anywhere. I'm always watching over you,
              like the sun in the day and the moon in the night."

                                    Page 2                                    

A wave of sadness washed over the girl. "What about when it rains, and I can't
 see the sun or the moon?" Her mother thought for a moment before responding.

                                    Page 3                                    

   "I will turn into a star in the clouds and wait for your tears to dry."

                                    Page 4                                    

 When she awoke, the girl's face was damp with tears. "You have Star Bits in
 your eyes!" said Luma to the girl. Wiping her face, the girl replied, "These
  are tears, not Star Bits. I'm crying because I'll never see my mother ever
      again!" At this, Luma began to cry too. "Mama, oh, Mama... Waaaah!"

                                    Page 5                                    

 The pair traveled through the starry skies, and though they encountered many
 other comets, not one of them held Luma's mother. Luma was despondent. "Now,
 now, Luma. the rain clouds won't go away if you keep crying," the girl said,
 giving Luma a squeeze. "I'll give you a present if you stop." The girl closed
 her eyes and said gently, "I'll take care of you." With these words, she felt
                         a small spark in her heart.

                                   Chapter 5                                  

                                    -Home-

                                    Page 1                                    

 "The kitchen will go here, and the library will go over there," the girl said
  busily to herself. "We'll put the gate here." Ever since the girl took Luma
  under her care, she'd been bustling about at a feverish pace. "It's a lot of
  work, but it's worth it to make a happy home." it turned out that Star Bits
   weren't the only things buried in the ice. There were tools and furniture
    unlike any they had ever seen, and the girl used them to build a home.

                                    Page 2                                    

  Looking at the complete house, Luma remarked, "Don't you think it's awfully
  big for just the two of us?" With a library, bedroom, kitchen, fountain, and
  gate, it was certainly spacious, but still, something seemed to be missing.
  "If only my father, brother, and mother were here," the girl said wistfully.
          Indeed, the house was too large for its two small residents.

                                    Page 3                                    

 That night, clutching her favorite stuffed bunny close to her heart, the girl
                         fell asleep in the starship.

                                   Chapter 6                                  

                                   -Friends-

                                    Page 1                                    

  Then one day, while the girl sat sipping tea, a tiny apricot-colored planet
    appeared on the horizon. From the planet, another Luma of the same color
      emerged. "Do you two know each other?!" the girl asked the two Lumas
          gleefully. Despite the girl's excitement, they seemed uneasy.

                                    Page 2                                    

  The two Lumas neither drew closer nor backed away from each other. Instead,
  they just stared. Then one Luma broke the silence. "My mama!" At once, the
 apricot Luma parroted back, "My mama! My mama!" "My mama!" "My mama!" The two
 Lumas began to dance around the girl frantically, and neither showed any sign
 of stopping. The girl was so charmed by this adorable scene that she couldn't
        help but laugh. And that's when something very strange happened.

                                    Page 3                                    

 Suddenly, more Lumas began to pop out from the apricot planet. They were all
 different colors, but they all shouted the same thing. "My mama!" "My mama!"
 The sight of all the shouting Lumas only made the girl laugh harder. "What am
 I going to do with all these children?!" The Lumas just stared blankly as she
doubled over laughing. "I guess we'll have to name each and every one of you."
  Tomorrow, once she had finished naming them all, she would begin moving all
                         the Lumas into the new house.

                                   Chapter 7                                  

                                -The Telescope-

                                    Page 1                                    

 After seeing their 100th comet, a sudden thought popped into the girl's head:
   "I wonder if my home planet is still as blue as it was." That's when she
                      remembered her father's telescope. 

                                    Page 2                                    

Peeking into the telescope, a tiny blue dot floated into sight. It was smaller
  than a Star Bit. "How strange... It's so far away, but it feels so close."

                                    Page 3                                    

 She twisted the knob of the telescope, and the blue dot grew until she could
  make out a grassy hill dotted with flowers. It seemed very familiar to her.
   Zooming even closer, a terrace on the hill came into view. "I used to go
               stargazing there when I lived on my home planet."

                                    Page 4                                    

She remembered rubbing the sleep out of her eyes as she followed her father
                       up that hill to look at the stars...

                                    Page 5                                    

      She remembered how she and her brother would sled down that hill...

                                    Page 6                                    

She remembered having picnics with her mother on that hill on bright and windy
                                days... And...

                        *Music Changes to Sad Version*

                                    Page 7                                    

 "I want to go home! I want to go home right now!" The girl burst into tears,
and the Lumas didn't know what to do. "I want to go home! I want to go back to
my house by the hill! I want to see my mother!" The girl was shouting now, her
  face wet with tears. "But I know she's not there! I knew all along that she
               wasn't out there in the sky! Because...because..."

                                 *Music Stops*

                                    Page 8                                    

"She sleeping under the tree on the hill!" The girl's cries echoed through the
                    stars, and a hush fell over the area.

                                   Chapter 8                                  

                                   -The Wish-

                                    Page 1                                    

   Though usually quite cheery, one day the girl became sad again. Luma drew
  close and tried to comfort her. "Mama, you still have me!" "And don't be sad
  about your mama, because she's a part of you! That means she's always close
    by!" "It's like me. I love Star Bits because they remind me of my mama."
             "No...no..." the girl said, unable to stop the tears.

                                    Page 2                                    

A lonely look flickered across Luma's face, but it was soon replaced by a wide
 grin. "I have an idea!" "I will transform into a comet, a soaring comet that
                      can carry you all on this journey!"

                                    Page 3                                    

With that, Luma, trailing bands of white, soared high into the sky and just as
quickly started to plummet back down. KABOOM! KABLAM! The ground shook, and a
      bright light poured out of the crater that the Luma had created.

                                    Page 4                                    

   The bands of light twisted together to form a comet tail. And then Luma
                          emerged, reborn as a comet.

                                    Page 5                                    

 The girl could scarcely believe her eyes. "But...how?" she kept asking. "Our
 destiny as Lumas is to transform into different things," said a red Luma who
 had suddenly appeared. "Stars, comets, planets... We can become all of these
 things!" "When I grow up, I want to become a star that makes someone special
  smile," said a green Luma. A blue Luma chimed in, "That Luma turned into a
                      real cutie of a comet, didn't he!"

                                    Page 6                                    

  All of the Lumas together said, "No more crying, Mama!" "Thank you..." said
  the girl in a whisper, and she pulled the Lumas close and hugged them. From
          that day on, Star Bits no longer feel from the girl's eyes.

                                    Page 7                                    

The comet set forth for the girl's home planet, its long tail blazing proudly
                                  behind it.

                                 Final Chapter

                                   -Family-

                                    Page 1                                    

With its many Lumas and telescopes, the comet was quite a sight to behond. The
girl and the Lumas were proud to call it home. At a welcoming party for a new
  Luma, the girl gathered everyone in the kitchen and said in a louder voice
 than usual... "All right, everyone! Let's make a cake! A cake sprinkled with
 Star Bits! Then it will be a star cake!" The Lumas excitedly began to gather
                               the ingredients.

                                    Page 2                                    

As she watched the Lumas scurry about, the girl smiled and thought to herself,
"This is my family now, and I will stay with them until they're ready to leave
  the nest. And when they do leave, I'll see them off with a smile." "Because
                    that's what makes a mother happiest."

                                    Page 3                                    

 That night, when the girl lay down to sleep, a soft light enveloped her and
reminded her of the blue planet she once called home. "But it would be nice to
return home once every one hundred years to nap in my favorite sleeping nook."

                                    Page 4                                    

  The comet carrying the Lumas and the girl continues on its journey to this
  very day. With more "family members" in tow than can be counted, it's said
  that the comet visits the girl's home planet once every hundred years, its
                    proud white tail glittering in the sky.

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                                   -The End-

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GameFAQs is the only site I am allowing to use this. If somebody finds this on
another site, e-mail or IM me. Nintendo owns the story, but I own the specific
way that this was formatted and thus, a direct copy of this FAQ is prohibited.

Original game Copyright () Nintendo, 2007.

                                                                           
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