When Noctis realized Ardyn had tricked him in to shoving Prompto off the train, he'd been horrified. He was in hysterics. Ignis, Gladiolus and Alice all tried to soothe the prince, but Noctis was sobbing. He held tight to Ignis, bawling his eyes out.
When the three had gotten Noctis to calm down, Noctis got a worried phone call from Prompto's mother, Dawn, saying she'd called Prompto but his phone sent her straight to voice mail like it had died or if he was in a no service area.
After explaining the situation to Dawn, Dawn said she'd check on him if Noctis calmed.
Then, when they reached their destination, Noctis's heart stopped at the sight.
"PROMPTO!" His screamed and ran forward, wanting his love back in his arms. Noctis hugged Prompto upon seeing the true damage done to him.
"Oh... oh gods... oh Prompto." Noctis cried.
"N-Noct..." Prompto said weakly, his eyes opening slightly.
"Just... just hold on." Noctis cried, he released the bindings on Prompto's wrists and caught him before he could hit the ground. Noctis knelt and held Prompto to his chest.
"Oh, Prompto." Noctis cried.
"Tell me... were you worried about me?" Prompto asked. Noctis held Prompto tight.
"Of course I was... what kind of question is that?.. I was so scared..." Noctis whispered to Prompto.
"I knew it... you came for me, just like I knew you would... that's why I couldn't let myself die, so you could tell me I wasn't a fake... that I'm the real me... that's why I waited for you to save me..." Prompto said weakly, eyes starting to drift shut. Noctis panicked.
"ALICE! ALICE, HE'S HURT!" Noctis screamed. Alice put Ignis's hand in Gladiolus's and ran to their side.
"He's lost a lot of blood." Alice said. She reached in to her bag and pulled out a Hi-elixer. Pressing the bottle to Prompto's lips, she raised his head so he could drink it. Prompto gasped after it was gone.
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The Book of PromptisFanfiction
I love Noctis. I love Prompto. I love them together. Now I've never been good at math, but I think that warrants a book dedicated to these two and their ship. READ OPENING AUTHOR'S NOTE FOR IMPORTANT INFORMATION