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Summary: Harmony in every Situation the Universe and it's Gods can throw at her

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Multiple Crossings > Harmony-CenteredMirielleFR152890021,2922 Dec 053 Dec 05No

2. Pets

TtH100 - Dead Blonde Walking Pt.2 - 100
Author: mir8lle
Rating: 15
Disclaimer: Harmony belongs to Joss Whedon. Scooby Doo probably belongs to Warner Bro's.
Note: This isn't particularly spoilerific...but it does contain character death. Sorry guys, but I really couldn't help myself.
Prompt: 5. Pets
Wordcount: 200


It was sad, the day Scooby Doo died.

None of the surviving Scooby gang members ever did figure out just what happened - at best, they would recall having just closed the case of a greedy land owner and his trained hammer head shark, when the rattling of dice was heard and out of nowhere, a pretty blonde stepped up to Shaggy and asked him if it was true that his dog could talk.

“Cool,” she said when he nodded, “Talking dog is bound to taste better than pig’s blood.”

What happened next took place almost too quickly for Shaggy to comprehend. All he would recall later was the sudden and unexpected flash of golden eyes, as the pretty girl’s face changed and she pounced on his bestest canine buddy. Scooby shouted something that could have been a “Jinkies!” and the next thing Shaggy knew, his beloved pooch was lying at the blonde’s feet staring at him with wide, unseeing eyes while his murderess burped genteelly, covering her mouth with the back of her hand.

“’Scuse me,” she giggled at Shaggy before leaving, “Must have been something I ate.”

Shaggy never ate another Scooby Snack as long as he lived.

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