Rin's Child

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Rin has gone to the valley of Teusengai, to seek out a demon named Audrain, who can grant a wish every three thousand years. Inuyasha and Kagome are rushing to save her from a horrible fate, unsure why she would do such a thing.

Submitted: June 28, 2010

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Submitted: June 28, 2010



“The valley of Teusengai is a dark place where a powerful being named Audrain sleeps. She wakes every three thousand years and many have died trying to traverse the valley in order to ask her for one wish.”

Kagome frowned. “But why would Rin go there if it’s so dangerous?” She asked Myoga as he sat on Inuyasha’s shoulder.

“I don’t know.”

“Hey Inuyasha how come you didn’t try to reach her when you were trying to become a full demon?” Kagome leaned forward looking at her husband as they leapt through the trees.

He laughed. “I wasn’t that stupid.”

Myoga spoke up. “Besides she wasn’t awake yet, and he was impatient.”

“Ow!” Myoga cried as Inuyasha slapped him off of his face.

“So she’s awake now?”

Inuyasha shook his head. “She will be in three days. That valley is going to be filled with demons all trying to get to her. Rin doesn’t stand a chance. I don’t understand why Sesshomaru hasn’t stopped her.”

Both Inuyasha and Kagome looked over at Jokkin who was riding on Ah-Un. He looked away. “Lord Sesshomaru has more important matters to attend to than to worry over some human woman.”

“He’s never let her be in danger before, why now?” Kagome commented.

Inuyasha scoffed. “He’s just showing his true colors now Kagome. I told you he doesn’t care for anyone but himself.”

Kagome made a thoughtful noise. “Then why did you come to us Jokkin? Are you worried about her?”

The little demon with the two headed staff stood up dancing all around in anger. “Are you kidding me I would never risk my neck for that girl!” He sat down again and slumped. “Lord Sesshomaru told me to look after her. If she dies now. He’ll kill me for sure.”

“What do you mean, now?” Myoga asked now sitting on Kagome’s shoulder.

“Just never you mind. We have to stop her from getting herself killed!”

Inuyasha stopped and Kagome got off of his back with a sigh. “I’m not as young as I used to be.” She said knuckling her back.

Inuyasha was here in a second holding her around the waist. “You’re still just as beautiful.” That made Kagome smirk and she leaned forward to kiss him quick then unwound his arms from her.

“I hope the kids aren’t giving Sango and Miroku too much trouble.”

Myoga jumped to a nearby rock. “Those three of yours are quite…um…..energetic. Reminds me of master Inuyasha as a child.”

Kagome sighed thinking of the twin boys and the youngest, a little girl with silver hair like her father. Inuyasha smiled proudly. “Yeah they’re not as strong as me yet, but at least they’ve inherited some demon traits.” He rubbed under his nose and laughed.

“Especially Kikyo, she seems to be the most like you.” Myoga said not sounding very happy about it.

“Excuse me, do you think we could get going? Rin could be in the valley by now!” Jokkin yelled.

Inuyasha looked at the little demon who served his brother. “Yeah, yeah we’re going. I still don’t see why we have to risk our necks for someone so bent on committing suicide.”

“Inuyasha!” Kagome cried, wishing she still had the subjugation beads to make him sit. “Rin and I are friends or have you forgotten? Besides there must be a reason she’s doing this. She would never leave Sesshomaru’s side unless there was a good reason.”

“I agree. Rin was always loyal, she never left his side. There was a time when I thought perhaps she would teach Sesshomaru to be less critical of humans.” Myoga sighed. “But I guess he’s more stubborn than I thought.”

Up ahead Kagome saw a dark sky over a crack in the earth that seemed to go down forever. “Is that it?”

“Yes. That’s the Teusengai valley.” Myoga said.

“There’s a massive demonic aura coming from there. I haven’t felt anything this powerful since Neraku. I hope Rin is ok.”

“Well if she is, she won’t be for long. Come on.” Inuyasha said picking up speed.

While they entered the crack in the earth where only a small amount of light shined Kagome asked. “Jokkin do you know why she’s doing this?”

The little demon didn’t say anything but made a strangling noise. Inuyasha turned and grabbed the demon off the two headed dragon’s back and slammed him against the stone wall. “If you know something you little toad then tell us!”

Jokkin struggled. “Get off of me you half breed! I can’t tell you!”

“Let him go.” Kagome said. Growling Inuyasha let him fall to the ground.

“Why can’t you tell us Jokkin? Did Sesshomaru order you not to? Does he know what’s wrong with Rin?”

“No!” Jokkin cried. Then he said more quietly. “Lord Sesshomaru doesn’t know anything about this. He’s been gone for seven months now.”

Even Inuyasha was surprised. “Seven months?” He whispered distantly.

“I have a bad feeling. We should keep going, I think she’s in danger.” Kagome tightened her grip on Inuyasha’s shoulders.


Rin hid in a crevice as the group of demons went passed. She clutched her stomach and took a deep breath. “Lord Sesshomaru.” She whispered.

Then when everything looked clear she came out carefully stepping over rocks and avoiding the miasma stream that ran along the valley floor. Her one hand held her stomach while the other was out to help keep her balance which was getting worse every month. Then suddenly a scream made her turn seeing a demon coming at her with its fangs bared its large mouth that took up most of its gruesome face open, allowing the stench of death to cause her nausea to act up again. She tried to run but knew it was no good. Her feet wouldn’t carry her fast enough to escape. She screamed and fell catching herself before her stomach hit the ground and closed her eyes knowing the demon was just behind her.

“Wind Scar!” She heard and felt the razor wind blowing debris and pieces of demon at her.

“Rin!” She stood up keeping her back to Kagome.

“Go away. I have to do this.”

Kagome stopped looking at the back of her friend who sounded on the verge of tears. “Rin what’s going on?”

Rin shook her head. “Kagome please just go, I have to get to Audrain. I have to.”

Kagome took a step closer then looked back at Jokkin who had stayed way back and Inuyasha who had his arms crossed looking impatient as always. “Rin. This is too dangerous what’s so important that you have to get to her?”

Taking a deep shaky breath Rin turned around. Kagome almost fell over seeing her friend swollen, obviously pregnant.

“What the…” Inuyasha commented. Kagome couldn’t ask the question but of course Inuyasha having almost no manners asked. “Is that Sesshomaru’s?”

Rin’s expression told them it was. “It was only one night... and in the morning he told me..” the memory burned in her mind. “You disgust me. I’m going. Do not follow me any more.”

“That’s horrible.” Kagome gasped.

“That’s Sesshomaru.” Inuyasha growled. “So now he’s left you and his unborn child alone.”

“No!” Rin cried. “He didn’t know. How could he know about his child?” She looked down and touched her belly tenderly.

“But I still don’t understand why you want to go to Audrain?”

“I know why.” Inuyasha spoke up coming beside Kagome. “She wants the child to be full blooded so that Sesshomaru will acknowledge it as his. He won’t allow anyone to know he has a half breed child. I wouldn’t be surprised if he found out, that he would try to kill it.”

Rin winced at his words. “It’s not just that. I don’t want to hurt Lord Sesshomaru. He deserves an heir that is worthy of him.”

Inuyasha harrumphed and shook his head. “He never deserved such loyalty Rin. He’s just a jerk who does what he wants and isn’t willing to take the responsibility of his actions.”

Kagome went to Rin putting her arm around her. “You know. I think he was more angry at himself than you Rin. But if you die then so does his child.” Her hand touched Rin’s belly. “Do you want that?”

Rin’s lip quivered but she drew herself up and looked at Kagome. “I can’t have a half breed child Kagome. I love this child, I don’t want to hurt it but I also don’t want it to go through what Inuyasha went through. He would hate the child, I could survive him hating me but not our child. “

There was a long silence Kagome looked at Inuyasha. His face was a mask of pain remembering his past and all the horrible things he went through because of his human mother’s blood.

“Alright then. Kagome you go home, I’ll take Rin to Audrain.” Rin gaped at Inuyasha.

“No I’m not going anywhere. We’ll both take her.” Kagome looked at Inuyasha daring him to argue but her husband after ten years had learned not to argue with her. He grimaced but didn’t say anything.

“I don’t know how to thank you. Both of you.” Rin smiled faintly.

Kagome looked back to Ah-Un, where Jokkin sat looking the other way. “It wasn’t just us, Jokkin came to tell us what you were doing. He said Sesshomaru told him to keep an eye on you.”

She looked back and walked to the yokai demonic horse like dragon. “Master Jokkin.”

“This would have never happened if Lord Sesshomaru just let you die all those years ago.” Jokkin began in a whisper. “I knew, I knew if you stayed too long you would corrupt my Lord. This is all your fault Rin!”

“Jokkin!” Kagome scolded.

Rin sighed. “No, He’s right. I often wondered why Lord Sesshomaru let me stay by his side. As I grew up I could sense things changing between us but his pride would never allow it. If he had let me stay dead, this would never have happened.”

“Heh. Sesshomaru made his choice, whatever his reasons. This is his fault, not yours.”
Inuyasha said harshly. “Now let’s go we only two days left. And there are allot of Demons who are going to be on the same trail.”


He stood on the mountain looking down, her scent was carried on the wind. His face expressionless, he jumped down effortlessly down towards the valley. His silver hair shone in the sunlight his two swords on his hip. His mind raced with images of that night.

He watched her laying in the moonlight. She had grown to be a beautiful woman, her loyalty never wavered, even for an instant. It was hours before he had gathered enough strength, or perhaps it was weakness to go to her. She never protested or asked for any sort of promise. But he knew she loved him, he had seen it in her eyes for years. When the sun rose he looked at her and was horrified at himself for what he had done. He pushed her away so that she could never want to have him near her again. Then he sent Jokkin to watch over her.

His demon strength sent his body flying effortlessly over the landscape his eyes focused on the crack in the earth where nothing came out alive.


“Wind Scar!” The wave of energy from the Tetsusaiga blasted away hordes of lesser demons while Kagome shot blessed arrows at them. There seemed to be no end to how many kept coming at them.

“Damn. They’re not going to stop.” Inuyasha swore jumping back in front of Rin and Jokkin who still sat on the two headed dragon. Kagome pulled another arrow and shot the last of the most recent wave of demons but they all knew there were going to be more. Rin grabbed her stomach feeling a shooting pain down her legs and in her lower back.

“Rin. Are you alright?” Kagome asked coming to her side. Rin nodded breathing deep. Kagome grimaced. “You can’t walk anymore. Come on you have to get up on Ah-Un.” Rin nodded reluctantly and Jokkin who was about to protest got a growl from Inuyasha and finally nodded allowing her up. The dragon’s one head turned to nuzzle her gently remembering Rin was always kind to him.

Inuyasha was breathing heavily for him which was barely noticeable to anyone but Kagome and she was tired and almost out of arrows. They were only a day away and the light was slowly getting brighter day and night. The light was emanating from up ahead where Audrain lay about to awaken. Inuyasha began grumbling again as they walked.


“He doesn’t feel anything.” Inuyasha commented walking in front while Kagome and Rin talked.

Jokkin harrumphed. “My Lord Sesshomaru does not need emotions to make him weak like some half breed mutt.”

“What did you say?” Inuyasha turned around glaring at Jokkin who automatically hid behind Rin.

Rin shook her head making her black hair flow forward over her shoulders. “It’s more complicated than that. Lord Sesshomaru is the Lord of the west lands and heir of the Great Dog Demon. He not only wishes to be stronger than his father like you Inuyasha. He also wishes to have power. Power that comes from fear and respect.” She looked down holding her stomach tenderly. “When your father fell in love with your mother he was already powerful. Many feared him but all respected him. So when he died Sesshomaru wasn’t just left with a shadow of a father he could never defeat in battle. But he was left with a tainted inheritance. The Great Dog Demon Lord, in the end did the most noble thing anyone could ever do. He sacrificed his life for the woman he loved and his child. But Lord Sesshomaru doesn’t look at it like that. He sees you as someone his father loved more than him. And he hates the fact you took him away before he could defeat him and take his place as the Great Lord.”

Kagome looked thoughtful while Inuyasha harrumphed and Jokkin spoke up angrily. “Lord Sesshomaru is already the Great Lord of the Dog demons. He has no need to prove anything.”

Rin looked over at the little demon. “I know Master Jokkin.”

“I think you see what you want to see. All I see is a heartless jerk.” Inuyasha spoke up making Kagome sigh.

“Heads up here comes another wave!” Inuyasha said pulling out the Tetsusaiga again it transforming into a large elegant blade. Suddenly Jokkin jumped off the two headed dragon and stood with his staff forward.

“Stay back you vile pests! Don‘t worry Rin, I‘ll protect you.”

“Master Jokkin.” Rin whispered smiling as another giant line of demons came at them, hungering for blood and flesh.


An arc of light flashed as another demon fell to his Tokijin. Sesshomaru looked around, the ground lay littered with dead flesh and the stench of blood hung thick in the air. Even still her scent was fresh, he was close. The bitter smell of Inuyasha and the girl, Kagome was mingled with hers. He leapt as another demon came at him from under the ground. His arm swung effortlessly slicing the demon, with four horns protruding from its head, in half. The light was getting brighter and his eyes narrowed peering up ahead. “Audrain.” He said faintly increasing his speed.


The light was blinding as the egg like cocoon hung in the air just above their heads. The wall to the lair closed the moment they came in. Inuyasha stayed alert his body posture said he wasn’t liking this. Rin got down calmly and Kagome took her hand sensing the aura of the being inside of the cocoon.

“It is a demon but yet it’s not.” Kagome said absently looking up with Rin next to her.

“Well whatever it is I don’t like this.” Inuyasha said still looking around, his ears twitching.
Rin let go of Kagome and walked up to the glowing egg as it lowered slowly. “It’s my only hope. Thank you so much for brining me here. I’m in your debt Kagome and Inuyasha.” Her head turned. “Master Jokkin. I’m sorry for everything. I wish I could make it up to you.”
Jokkin was sitting on the two headed dragon with his back to her but his head turned slightly and she could see his wall of indifference break slightly but he didn’t speak. The ground began to shake. A high pitched sound made everyone cover their ears. Inuyasha fell to his knees and Jokkin laid on the mount in excruciating pain. The light from the egg exploded taking in Rin and creating a bubble of impenetrable light.

Rin was inside, where everything was quiet. Her fear pushed away she stood as a being of pure light coalesced into a beautiful woman with long flowing blue hair like water. Her eyes opened. They were red and seemed to flicker like the flame of a candle. Her skin was brown and dust fell from her feet as she hovered.

“I have slept for three thousand years. Are you the one who has come to ask?”

Rin felt the force of her words like a gust of wind. She swallowed. “I am.”

The wild malevolence in her eyes didn’t surprise Rin. She expected to be in the presence of a supremely powerful demon who had surpassed all other’s. “Then ask human. What have you come to wish for?”

She touched her stomach feeling the child kick. “I do not ask for me but for my child. He is a half breed. I wish for him to be a full blooded demon.”

When no response came Rin looked up only to be greeted by a gentleness she hadn’t expected. The woman’s head tilted and her feet touched the ground. “I can see past your words and beyond, into your heart. You cannot carry a full blooded demon child to term. It would take your life”

Rin bit her lip. “I figured as much.” She whispered. “As long as I know the child will be tended, my life doesn’t matter.”


Kagome and Inuyasha got up from the ground. “She’s inside.” Kagome said. Inuyasha walked up to the light and sniffed.

“I don’t like this we should get her out of there.” He was about to strike with the Tetsusaiga when Kagome shouted.

“No! This is what she wanted. We have to wait and see what happens.”

“I can’t believe I’m saying this but I agree with Inuyasha.” Jokkin said hopping off the two headed dragon. “She could be in danger.”

A blast of rocks came flying in and Inuyasha instinctively went to protect Kagome. As the dust cleared they all saw Sesshomaru walk in his eyes focused on Jokkin. He didn’t even acknowledge Inuyasha or Kagome.

“What the hell are you doing here?” Inuyasha shouted readying himself for a fight.
Sesshomaru came closer to Jokkin who was shaking. “My Lord.” He dropped to his knees. “I’m sorry my Lord she insisted on this. It wasn’t my idea she wouldn’t listen to me.”

“Jokkin.” Sesshomaru interrupted his minion’s ranting. “I told you to take care of her, not walk her into a demon’s lair!” His shout echoed off the walls.

In the midst of Jokkin’s groveling and constant apologies that didn’t seem to phase Sesshomaru, his eyes turned to the light sphere. Kagome stepped forward. “But Audrain grants wishes. I don’t understand.”

His head didn’t turn and his tone was absent, like he was only answering her as an after thought. “No you don’t understand. Audrain can grant wishes, yes. But after granting your wish, she eats you to regain her powers.” At the end Kagome could hear the anger in his voice.



“Are you ready?”

Rin swallowed and nodded. “I’m ready.”

Audrain smiled, her sharp teeth made it look like a snarl. “This will be painful and I cannot guarantee you’ll survive.”

Slowly Rin nodded. “I won’t change my mind. And….if I don’t survive. I want you to know how grateful I am to you for this.”

Audrain laughed throwing her head back. “Do not thank me child. I get reward enough once everything is over and I can see you happy.”

Audrain reached out her hand and touched Rin’s forehead.


“Aren’t you going to help?” Kagome shouted at Sesshomaru while Inuyasha stood beating on the light bubble trying to break through. He just stood there staring.

“Damn! Even red Tetsusaiga isn’t breaking through that barrier.” Inuyasha swore breathing heavily.

Then suddenly a scream of pain came from the light sphere.

“Rin!” Kagome shouted.

In an instant Sesshomaru moved, his Tokijin out. “Dragon Strike!” He called out as a cyclonic wave came from his sword hitting the light barrier hard sending shards of rocks flying from all around but not even denting it. Without stopping at Rin’s constant cries of agony Sesshomaru relentlessly hit the shield with his blade and two more Dragon Strikes before jumping back. Inuyasha glanced over at his brother never before seeing him like this. Sesshomaru clenched his teeth just as the light trickled away to the ground Revealing Rin lying on the ground. Audrain stood her once blue hair now gray her once tan skin now pallid. Her once red eyes now black.

“What have you done to her?” Kagome shouted running to Rin whose body was covered in a pale light.

Audrain smile devilishly. “I did what she asked. And now for my payment. I will feast on all your bones to replenish my energy!”

“Dragon Strike!”

“Wind Scar!”

The two brothers said in unison as their attacks converged on Audrain. Kagome huddled over Rin’s glowing body to protect her from debris. Jokkin came over also to make sure Audrain didn’t try to take her first.

When the smoke cleared there was nothing there. Sesshomaru looked up and saw Audrain clutching the wall smiling down at them. “Even in my weakened state you are no match for me!”

Sesshomaru jumped up and sent an arc of light at Audrain, while Inuyasha waited for her to move. Once he saw where she was going he attacked.

“Wind Scar!”

Kagome looked on in awe. Never before had the brothers worked together like that. She watched as one attacked and one waited for an opening. No pushing or arguing just focus. Kagome knew Sesshomaru had to know that Rin was pregnant. He had the same heightened sense of smell as Inuyasha. He must have put it together. Inuyasha was fighting to save a child that brought back his past.

The light around Rin’s body began to fade in the thunderous noise of battle. Kagome looked around knowing the cavern wouldn’t survive much longer. When she turned back to Rin she gasped. Her black hair had turned silver and shining. Her skin was pale and she had purple marks on her cheeks just like Sesshomaru’s. “She’s a demon.” Kagome said to herself now sensing the aura around her. There was no doubt, she was a full blooded demon. Jokkin turned when she said that.

“Rin?” He said astounded.

“Dragon Strike!” Sesshomaru shouted as Inuyasha was getting up from under a pile of rocks that fell on him. The wave hit Audrain who was slowing now. Sesshomaru had used his dragon strike as many times as he could and sheathed Tokijin. Audrain stumbled up her chest burned and her body mangled but her black eyes trained on Sesshomaru then turned to Rin lying beside Kagome.

“I’ll take care of you first. Then I’ll have enough strength.” She moved.

“Backlash wave!” Inuyasha sent his most powerful attack but Audrain expected it and dodged. The shockwave hit the already weakened cavern wall. Loud cracks sounded as the cavern began to collapse. Sesshomaru ignored it and ran to head off Audrain.

“Kagome! Get Rin out of here!” Inuyasha yelled dodging large boulders.

Kagome nodded and with Jokkin’s help they tried to get Rin’s unconscious body onto the two headed dragon to get her out. The roof collapsed letting in the sunlight of the outside. Getting on Rin and Jokkin and Kagome took off on the two headed dragon. Audrain looked up and screamed.

“I’m your opponent.” Sesshomaru said coming at her with his poison strike. Audrain tried to avoid his attack but the Great Dog Demon’s son wasn’t about to give up while the rocks threatened to bury them both. Audrain lashed out desperate with her teeth, but he jumped and came down hard punching his poison claws through the demon. Another large boulder fell, Sesshomaru barely jumped out of the way in time but Audrain was crushed under it.

As the two headed dragon came to the opening Inuyasha was already jumping and making his way out. Kagome noticed Rin stir. “Rin.”

The rumble and shaking of the cavern’s collapse made Jokkin loose his balance and fall off the two headed dragon into the darkened death pit. “Jokkin!” Kagome cried.

Movement made Kagome’s hair blow as she noticed Rin was gone. A blur jumped from rock to rock and grabbed Jokkin and just as Kagome and the two headed dragon exited the cavern as it sunk into the earth. Inuyasha was high in the air and landed safely. Then Kagome saw Rin holding Jokkin. She landed softly with the little demon staring astounded at Rin who had just saved his life.

“Rin…” He stuttered. But just as Rin stood straight she began falling over still weak from the transformation. Kagome landed and hopped off Ah-Un to go to Inuyasha.
Before Rin hit the ground, Sesshomaru was there and scooped her up. “Oh Lord Sesshomaru I’m so glad you’re ok. …Not that I ever thought a lowly demon like Audrain could ever defeat you my lord. I was just…” His babbling was lost on Sesshomaru who was staring at Rin.

“Jokkin.” He said finally. “Let’s go.”

He began walking away. “Hey Sesshomaru!” Inuyasha yelled.

Sesshomaru stopped but didn’t turn his head. “Next time we meet, I will defeat you and take Tetsusaiga.” He said calmly then began walking again.

“Yeah you just try it! I don’t care if you have a kid or not I’m going to taker you out one day, Sesshomaru!” Kagome and Inuyasha watched as he walked away with Rin in his arms. “Heh. He hasn’t learned anything and he never will!” Inuyasha crossed his arms scowling.

Kagome smiled. “I think he has. He just won’t admit it.”

“Ah I love happy endings.” Myoga said starling Kagome. Her eyes narrowed.

“Of course Myoga you coward.” She swiped him off her shoulder.

“Come on let’s go home.” Inuyasha said quietly touching Kagome’s hand. She turned to him.


****( Four Months Later)****

Kikyo and Maroki were playing while Hinari read a book under a tree. Kikyo stopped as the ball smashed her in the face knocking her back.

“Ow!” She said angrily rubbing her head.

“What’s wrong?” Maroki asked coming up to his little sister.

She sniffed in the air. “Someone’s coming, and it’s a demon.”

Hinari’s black furry ear twitched and he looked up from his book. He stood up and joined his siblings. “I wonder who it is.”

Maroki made his nails glow ready to defend his home if need be. “Father!” He shouted.
“Yeah I know.” They all heard and turned as Inuyasha landed lightly on his feet. Kagome came running out her hair done up into a bun.

“What is it?” She asked as a figure appeared coming towards them. It only took a moment to see who it was.

Dressed in a luxurious kimono with the royal lotus the dog demon came to them. “Rin!” Kagome cried smiling.

Rin smiled distantly. “Kagome. Inuyasha.” She said and swept a smile over the three children still staring at her. She had met them all before but now seeing her as a demon was strange for them.

“How are you?” Kagome asked keeping a slight distance not knowing how being a demon now would change her friend.

“It’s strange really. I’m me, but I’m not me.” Rin walked slowly around looking up into the sky reminding Kagome of Sesshomaru then came to stop right in front of Inuyasha.
“Inu no Taisho, this is your uncle Inuyasha.” She let the baby look at him and Inuyasha stared amazed. The little baby with the markings of a full blood but with such an innocent face. He wondered how long he would look that way.

“He’s beautiful Rin. I’m so glad everything worked out the way you wanted.” He said uncharacteristically gentle.

Kagome came up and smiled. “You named him after Sesshomaru and Inuyasha’s father.”
Rin smiled. “He is the son of the Great Dog Demon Lord.”

Kagome looked up at her. “So how is Sesshomaru? Are you two…..”

“Demons don’t think of it the same way as humans do. But yes, for now being the mother of his child we are rarely apart.” Rin touched her child’s face as he fell asleep. “I came here to let you meet him and to thank you for everything you did for me and for Lord Sesshomaru.”
“Oh it was nothing. Everything turned out right and that’s all the matters.” Kagome waved it away with a grin.

Rin nodded gratefully. “Lord Sesshomaru is also grateful even though he won’t admit it.”

Her eyes found Inuyasha. “He’s even grateful to you Inuyasha.”

Inuyasha sniffed turning his head away. “I doubt it!” Then he began mumbling about Sesshomaru being a jerk. Rin laughed softly.

“I should go now.”

The three children came to Kagome’s side and huddle around trying to look at the baby. “We won’t see you for a while will we?”

Rin’s smile slipped. “No probably not.” Kagome nodded understanding.
Kikyo seemed mesmerized by the little demon baby. Rin noticed and bent down so she could see him better. “Good bye little Kikyo. Take care of your family.” Rin said.
Her silver hair shone as she lifted her chin. “I will.”

They all watched her go. Kagome had a feeling that her children would have a destiny that would entwine with Rin’s. “You ok?” Inuyasha asked taking her in his arms breaking her out of her thoughts.

“Yeah. I just got a feeling.”

“Really.” His smile was mischievous as he came in and kissed her.


Rin met Sesshomaru on the mountainside. “Let’s go.” Sesshomaru said formally, offering her his arm.

She nodded with only a hint of a smile. “Yes, Lord Sesshomaru.” Then took his arm holding their child close. Jokkin ran to catch up leading the two headed dragon following the Lord and Lady he served.

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