rise of the guardians tooth


I see a lot of people mixing Guardians of Childhood books with the Rise of the Guardians movie, and I’m totally into that, I love it when people do that, 

but the books and movie are actually pretty different. I wanted to make a fine line between what is in the books, and what is in the movie. That way, people won’t get confused or we can look at things from a different perspective. 

I probably have left out a lot, and maybe forgotten a few things, but these are just the basics. 

There are still a few books yet to come out for The Guardians of Childhood, so we don’t have full confirmation for a lot of things. 

As for the movie, I really don’t see a sequel happening anytime soon, so I just went with the information we were given. 

Otherwise, feel free to use this as a reference for any art or fan fictions you guys want to make! Any questions? Go ahead and ask~ <3 

~~~~Guardians of Childhood VS Rise of the guardians ~~~~


Was digging through old folders for SDCC, and got a huge nostalgia attack of old ROTG comics/stories I never finished. 

I can’t even tell when I’ll have the time to do comics again, but I hope to. It’s fun to tell “what ifs” stories.

These cleaned-up and rough pages are part of a larger story. In this “sequence” excerpt, they are trying to find books that are mysteriously disappearing.

(apologies, been a while since I posted. Really really really busy)


Jackrabbit week - Day 6: Marriage

And thus, E.Aster Bunnymund and Jack Frost exchanged their vows on February 29th, the enchanted day when winter marries spring.

Weddings are awful and wonderful. Magical weddings twice as much.

North and Tooth are happy to provide their special brand of encouragement. Sandy does the honors, because no words are necessary. Bunny and Jack are fools in love and only have eyes for each other. Pitch is hissing in the background at not being invited. :^)

Guardians and Spirits

This imagine from thefandomimagine

Originally posted by ladyleakey

A tiny pudgy arm reached towards the golden sand which is forming adorable shapes in front her. It was the middle of the night and the baby woke up crying, not until the golden sand suddenly went out of nowhere which made her stop and stare. She was giggling after a few minutes and then her head turned to the golden man waving at her from the side of her crib. She giggled again, now reaching out towards Sandy.

Few years passed by and she grew up. Now, she was around 6, running around with her friends. They were searching around their town for Easter Eggs. She slipped away from her friends to the hidden trees and crawled around a familiar hole. She peeked around and then saw something furry on her right. She carefully went there and jumped, wrapping her arms on Bunnymund’s furry legs.

“Bunny bunny! I caught you again!” She laughed and Bunnymund leaned over and lifted her easily. She wrapped her arm around his neck. “I missed you bunny!”

“Did you, kid?” Bunnymund asked, smiling at her. Little Y/N nodded her head vigorously. She then huffed and crossed her arms against her chest stubbornly.

“Bunny.” She pouted. “You should call me Y/N. I’m not a kid anymore! I’m now a Lady. I can find Easter eggs and catch them while they are running around on my own!”

“Are you?” The Easter bunny raised his brow at her. “If you are a Lady, then you’re not going to receive gifts from North—I mean, Santa anymore when it’s Christmas.”

“Ah! No! I take it back! I’m a kid! I’ll stay a kid forever so I can play with you and Tooth Fairy and Ice man and Sandman and Santa Klaus!”

Bunnymund snorted at what little Y/N calls Jack Frost. She played around the Easter Bunny for a while until she yawned. Bunnymund picked her up again.

“Okay, Y/N. It’s time to go home so you can sleep.”

Y/N nodded as Bunnymund picked her basket and little Easter eggs ran inside her basket until it was full. Y/N clapped in delight as she watched her basket get full of Easter eggs again.

“Bunny, I’m going to see you again next year okay?” She grinned and Bunnymund nodded. “Can I see you if it’s not the Easter?”

“You see me even if it’s not Easter, Y/N.” Bunnymund pointed out.

“Yeah but you don’t play with me when it’s not Easter.” Y/N pouted again.

“I’ll try and play with you, okay? And you won’t see me when it snows because that Ice man will be the one around.” He ruffled her hair and tapped on the ground. A hole soon opened as he put her down and then she held on her basket.

“That’s a promise, okay? See you around, Bunny!” She grinned and then jumped to the hole. She found herself outside her house after a few seconds. Bunnymund stared at the hole where she disappeared on. The guardians didn’t know why she can see them unlike any other child. She can even feel them when they’re around and she always finds them easily and then wave at them crazily. Her parents passed it off as she, having imaginary friends.  

Y/N’s feet swayed as she waited for a certain someone to come inside the window. She is already 10 years old. She heard jingles beside her and found the Sandman there.

“Oh! Sandy!” She exclaimed and gave the guardian a big hug.

You aren’t going to sleep yet?  Sandy asked her through the figures he formed from his sand.

Y/N shook her head. “I’m waiting for Tooth.” She grinned and showed him her own tooth. Sandy can see the gap on the side of her front teeth.

She jumped when the Toothfairy flew inside her room excitedly. “Y/N! Let me see it!”

“Tooth Fairy!” She exclaimed but then kept her tone down to prevent her parents from hearing.

“Your baby teeth are all out!” Tooth told her and cradled her tooth like a new born baby.

“I knew your reaction will be like that!” Y/N laughed giddily.

Y/N ducked as a snowball sailed over her head. She laughed and dived for cover before making a snowball for herself and threw it at a certain spirit. The ball had hit Jack Frost at his forehead.

“Take that!” She shouted in delight and ducked again when snowballs sailed over her head again.

She is now 19 years old, still full of energy like a child. She is on an empty lot, away from the prying eyes of the other people from her town. She is known there as a person who is always positive and always ready to give help whenever needed. She volunteers to a lot of charity events and an active student in school. No one knows that she can see the guardians and had become friends with them.

She learned of their names. That Ice man isn’t really ice man and he is named Jack Frost but she still calls him Iceman when she feels like it. He is always fun and games. That Easter bunny that she always clings to when she was a child isn’t called ‘Bunny Bunny’ but Bunnymund. Santa Claus has a name and it’s North and he didn’t have just little cute elves but also large fluffy Yetis too. And the Sandman is the warmest guardian she ever met and he’s called Sandy. Tooth fairy is called Tooth and she likes it when she babbles about teeth to her.

“HEY! NOT FAIR!” Y/N screamed when Jack used his powers and made her slip and fall on her back in an awkward pose. She stayed laying there and staring at the sky, spreading out his legs and arms. She can still hear Jack laughing on the background. She stared at the moon. She didn’t know but she always loved looking at the moon ever since she was a child.

“Come on, stand up Y/N. You’ll catch a cold.” Jack pulled her up and she dusted herself. She frowned at him then as they started walking to the bench and she sat there.

“It’s fun being a guardian, huh?” She muttered, glancing at Jack.

“You think?” Jack smiled, standing in front of her while leaning on his staff.

“Yeah. I mean, Tooth watches over children’s teeth and memories. I love her expressions every time I give her my tooth.  Bunnymund is in-charge of Easter which is really fun, all that searching of Easter eggs when I was a kid but it is the Easter bunny himself I find. North being Santa Claus which every child look forward to every time it’s Christmas. Sandy never let nightmares get to me, which I am really thankful for. And finally you, Jack. You’re like children’s guardian for snow adventure and fun, things like that. It’s never boring when I’m with you. And even if I’m in the last year of my teenage years, I will never stop believing in you guys.”

“You serious about that? I’m not even a guardian yet.”

“Oh really? I thought you are—um Nah—I believe you are guardian.” She shrugged. “I really really believe you are a guardian, Jack Frost.”

Y/N stood, smiling at Jack. Jack didn’t know what he was feeling. He is beyond touched by what she is saying and he is very much thankful to know that someone out there believes in him and that someone is standing in front of him. Y/N waved at him and patted his shoulder.

“Don’t be too surprised, Jack.” She laughed loudly and started walking to her house’ direction. “I’m going to go home now. I’ll see you again tomorrow. I am guessing North will pass by our house later to drop my little brother’s christmas gift. You’re welcome to come by though.”


Y/N snapped awake when she heard the familiar jingle of bells. She wiped the sleep from her eyes and looked at the clock on her bedside table. It was already midnight. It’s already Christmas.

She tiptoed from her room down to their living room and then sat at their sofa. After a few seconds, a familiar man appeared with bag full of gifts slinged on his back.

“Merry Christmas, North!” She greeted, waving at him as he put the bag down.

He laughed loudly. In his case, that wasn’t a problem because they have some kind of magic that prevent other people from hearing the sounds they make. In her case, it’s not that simple. She needs to quiet down a bit.

“You know, I miss the time back then when you were as tall as my knees and then run at me saying: “Santa! I’ve been a good kid this year!” North told her. She raised her eyebrow and rant at him in a second, jumping at his large body for a large hug.

“Santa! I was good this year! Give me a present!” She tried to mimick a child’s voice before she jumped down and then laughed. “It’s pretty awkward when I do it. I’m like, Jack’s height now.”

“You’re heavier too.” North added as he pulled out the present for Y/N’s little brother.

“My brother had been really good this year, huh?” Y/N told North and went back to the sofa. She was surprised when North pulled out another box and gave it to her. “Whoa. I have a present, too?”

“Yeah. You’re still a kid for me though. I watched you grow you know. That gift, my dear Y/N, is for your future adventures.”

“Wow. Thank you, North! You’re the best!” She jumped at him again and gave him another tight hug.

“I thought I was the best?” Jack commented, leaning on the wall.  Y/N and North looked at him before laughing.

It turns out that what North gave her is a sketchbook. She is pretty good at drawing and she had a lot of sketches of the guardians. And then other pages contains of pictures she took when she goes to other places or countries, some contains photograph of her family.

School and work took most of Y/N’s time when she graduated high school.

She had become part of the guardians when Pitch attacked. She helped them even though she doesn’t have any powers and did everything she could to bring them all back together again. She was the happiest when Jack finally accepted the post of being one of the guardians.

The guardians visit her once in a while and they can notice how every time they visit her, she becomes thinner and thinner.

Until the day they learned about her sickness.

It was Jack who first learned about it. Jack was surprised when he went to visit her on her room and found her lying on the bed with a lot of machines beside her bed with some kind of cords sticking on her wrist.

He stepped back, thinking he went to a wrong room.

“Jack?” The voice was scratchy but it was hers. “Is that you?”

Y/N forced herself to sit-up and lean back on the headboard. The little action made her out of breath, sweat easily formed on her forehead.

“What happened to you?” Jack asked, his voice full of fear. He sat beside her bed, running his hand on her face. She looked so tired. She reached out her free hand and gripped his.

“I have terminal sickness, Ice man.” She smiled sadly. “I don’t have much time left.”

Jack just stared at her, shocked. Y/N pulled out her sketch book, the one North gave her as a gift. “I want you to have this, Jack.”

The guardians visited her to tell them their goodbyes. It made their heart ache to see the child they watched grow to become a happy and positive woman who touched a lot of lives being eaten by a sickness they couldn’t understand. Jack was hurt most of all.

He became her best friend and she is the very first person who believed in him and could see him. Jack can’t let her go that easily. He just can’t.

They received the news that she passed after a few weeks.

They grieved for her for a long time.

A hundred years passed and a certain spirit was summoned by the man in the moon.

She looked up and smiled warmly before bowing a thank you and then flying to North’s home.

The guardians were together at North’s home. They gather together every time it is the anniversary of Y/N’s death. The sketchbook she left is there still looking like how she left it.

Imagine their surprise when that certain person landed behind them, smiling at them.

“Hello, guardians. How have you been?” She greeted.

All of them faced her in a second, she looked healthy again.

And she was sporting that familiar grin they all loved.