Homestuck swung around in their wheeling computer chair. They were probably about to start shoosh-papping the happy fandom. Homestuck hopped out of the chair. Meanwhile, Hetalia seemed really jittery, its red-brown curl twitching in excitement.
"Help me Homestuck!! I'm feeling!" Hetalia purred before fainting.
Homestuck shook its head before kneeling next to Hetalia, murmuring. "I wish my updates were always this way..." Then it began to gently pap their unconscious moirail.
It hadn't always been this way, Hetalia and Homestuck hadn't always been friends, nor had they always been around. To create a fandom, took a lot of work, many fans, all of different nationalities, genders, and just about everything else. It started with a concept, one that many people believed in and followed. No matter where in the world you were, no matter who you are, no matter how much you contributed to that fandom, a lot, or a little, you help its own existence continue. The people we know as Homestucks and Hetalians, are their own fandoms lifeblood.
This didn't mean that just because they were created the same automatically made them friends! Of course, there were many other beings created this way, all the other fandoms of course!
Suddenly, Hetalia's amber eyes opened. "Homestuck!! Homestuck!!!"
Homestuck's eyes narrowed. "What Hetalia?"
"The new episode was BEAAAAUTIFUUUUL!!!"
Homestuck smiled a toothy grin, before patting their moirails face. "Wait, did you just see the episode in your- Never mind." they said. "Well, it's not called the Beautiful World for nothing, is it?"
Hetalia grinned. "Yay! Veh! You remember! Hetalia! The Beautiful World!!"
"Well, you are my moirail right? Shouldn't I remember these things?" Homestuck warned, a little edginess entering its voice.
"Yeah!" Hetalia chirped.
"Moirails?" Homestuck asked.
"Best moirails who eat pasta together!!"
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Hetalia sat down sobbing, once again another fandom put them down. Once again, they felt hated. They pushed the little bowl of pasta to the front of them, but it was too sad to eat! Hetalia had the feeling one got whenever one was terribly sad and couldn't eat anything. Hetalia's stomach churned, anything the fandom would eat, just came right back up, even its favorite dish.
The fandom rubbed its puffy, wet eyes, then continued sniffling. "Why do all the fandoms seem to hate us? Why? Just because we laugh at what we learn in Geography and History classes doesn't mean we're bad does it? Maybe they're just all like England, and they're acting all tsundere...."
A gray shape suddenly hovered over the weeping being. Hetalia's eyes widened. It was Homestuck! Weren't they really mean? Hetalia never really liked Homestuck, but neither did Homestuck like Hetalia! In fact, they'd never even talked, and they'd fought a couple times.
Hetalia went back to sniffling, knowing that the fandom was probably just going to laugh.
"Do you mind if I sit with you?" Homestuck asked, surprising Hetalia.
Hetalia's inner Canada slowly began to show. "Um, no, I don't mind..."
After a while, they began to talk. Soon, the two fandoms became friends- er- moirails.
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Hetalia looked up from the bowl of pasta it was covering in Parmesan cheese. Hetalia always did this after a bad dream. Hetalia wondered why Homestuck was shouting! It must be bad! Maybe another bad update? Oh Hetalia, how you think is so simple-minded!
"Hetalia! AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!"
Hetalia turned to look at the fandom. "What's wrong now Hamstea- Homestuck? Did the update end in a bad way, ve~?" Hetalia asked, continuing to encase the red marinara sauce in cheese.
"It's worse! We are getting a video game! Homestuck: THE VIDEO GAME!" the hyperventilating fandom screeched.
Hetalia paused. "Homestuck?" it gulped. "Isn't that a good thing? Ve! I'd be happy if a video game was created for me.... which some have...."
Homestuck shook its head and ran a hand through its dark hair. "Hetalia, you don't understand, in order for there to be a video game, Homestuck must end...."