Author: KatMarie13 PM
Stefani is just your average fifteen year old girl trying to make through high school alive. That is until she begins to get random headaches and mysterious things begin to happen in her town. Lights bursting, random power outage and murders. On Halloween one look in the mirror changes her life forever. She is a Chosen One along with four others. Who must now save the mortal realm.Rated: Fiction T - English - Romance/Supernatural - Chapters: 3 - Words: 2,969 - Reviews: 1 - Favs: 2 - Follows: 1 - Updated: 01-22-13 - Published: 01-18-13 - id: 3093175
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A dark figure walked into a towering building. He swiftly walked down the dimly lit hallway, his black cloak billowing behind him. His footsteps echoed through the empty hall, he turned around a corner and came to an abrupt stop. He faced the key pad and typed in a code. A large metal gate opened in front of him the light from the room blinded him for a moment.
He shielded his eyes with his cloaked arm. Once he could see again he continued walking into the bright white room.
He walked up to a pure white desk where a petite blonde sat, she was as white as the room as was her flowing dress. Her blue eyes sparkled, it being the most colourful thing she possessed.
"Where are they!" The dark figure demanded, slamming his hand on the white desk.
The petite girl let out a small squeak from being startled, she looked up at the towering man before her.
"I-I don' know what you're talking about." She stuttered.
"You know exactly where they are!" He screamed at her.
"No! No! I don't!" The girl began to cry with fear.
"Don't lie to me! Who did it! Who released them!" He yelled in her face.
"I did!" Yelled an airy voice.
"Trinity what a pleasure for you to grace us with your presence." The dark figure's voice now calm as he walked away from the quivering girl.
Trinity held out her hand as a scepter appeared out of a cloud of blue mist, she held the silver scepter erect by her side. The scepter had a white design on its rod and a ball of white and purple mist swirled on top, her sky blue dress billowed around her, as if the wind was blowing it. But no wind was in the room.
"I wish I could say the same for you Oliver." She stated walking towards him.
"Now, now my dear why so angry?" He cooed.
"Because you come in here and terrify my people! Because you cursed me! Ripped the mortal right out of me and made me into a monster!" She screamed at him, her eyes grew a dark black with rage. Her black hair framed her porcelain face.
"You my dear are no monster, you my precious flower are a portal master." He smirked his brown hair swooped across his face. He reached out to caress Trinity's face. She slapped his hand away.
"Don't touch me!" She growled, she brushed past Oliver and walked over to the quivering blonde. "It's okay sweetie, now go and run away before he get you too!" She whispered to the blonde. The blonde got up from her spot and ran out of the room her curly blonde hair following.
Trinity turned to Oliver again, a thin cloud of black mist appeared around his hand. After the mist disappeared Oliver was now holding a black scepter with a red glowing ball on top.
"Something tells me Trinity that you had something to do with our guest's disappearance." He spat at her.
"Maybe I did and maybe I didn't." She casually said tossing her scepter from one hand to another.
"Okay fine, tell me who did or I'll kill that girl who was here." He said smirking.
The colour drained from Trinity's already pale face.
"Don't you dare touch her you monster!" She screamed pointing her scepter at him.
"Now do we really need to fight? Just tell me who did it." He sweetly said walking over to Trinity and lowering her scepter with his pale hand.
"It was me! Okay! I did it!" She yelled.
Oliver's eyes grew black his face red with anger, he took a deep breath trying to calm down.
"And why my dear would you ever do that?" He asked her trying to stay calm.
"Pay back for all the hell you've caused me! I did it for myself and to make sure the world would never be at your mercy!" She sneered.
"So the prophecy begins." He laughed. "I was hoping it would never happen this soon but what's done is done. Just remember Trinity if the Elementals fail, so does humanity." He turned to walk away. "And it'll be all your fault." He laughed as he walked out of the room.
Trinity raised her scepter at him. "Mensul pastuna!" She yelled, a bright light shot out of her scepter at Oliver. It hit him right in the chest. He grunted in pain as he turned around his fangs came out as he hissed at Trinity.
"You're going to regret that!" He hissed. "And so will your Elemental friends."
"The prophecy said they would defeat you!" She spat.
"Nuh uh uh! It said 'one will rise over the other, for the chosen will claim the win'." He quoted. "Remember not just your little hosts were chosen my dear, I was aswell."
Trinity didn't have any words left, he was right. She had to warn the Elements.
"Oh and if you think you're going to help them, think again." With a snap of his fingers Trinity's scepter was in his hand. He brought it above his knee.
"No!" Trinity cried, Oliver brought the scepter down on his bent knee breaking it into two pieces, he tossed the pieces against one of the walls and snapped his fingers.
Trinity's blood curdling scream echoed through the room as fire erupted around her scorching her skin leaving red grotesque burns behind.
"That should take care of you." Oliver smirked. He walked away from the burning girl and out back into the hall his cloack billowing behind him as he typed the code into the keypad and the metal door closed.
Trinity's screams rang throughout the room and halls echoing. Oliver smirked as he retreated from the room, as he was walking back he saw the same blonde who was previously in the room with him. He leant down next to her quivering figure.
"You helped her didn't you?" He cooed. She looked into his eyes, suddenly her blue eyes glazed over. She no longer was in fear she was hypnotized.
"Yes I did." She said in her daze.
"That's what I thought." He coldly said his eyes growing dark, he snapped his fingers.
The blonde girl was now surrounded in flames, she snapped out of her daze.
"Please no! I'm sorry!" She cried.
Oliver got up and walked away from the burning girl. Her screams and cries for help were music to his ears. His eyes returned to red as he walked out of the building.
Two down a whole world to go he smirked.