|Fate Has A Plan Of Its Own
Author: MeMyselfI4 PM
Dar, Tao, and Arina rescue a girl who has no destiny, Dar is ill often, and King Zad and King Voden decide to use the situation to their advantage and try to take the BeastMaster down once and for all. Now CompleteRated: Fiction T - English - Supernatural/Tragedy - Chapters: 7 - Words: 11,665 - Reviews: 1 - Updated: 01-24-07 - Published: 12-13-06 - Status: Complete - id: 3286858
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Fate Has A Plan Of Its Own
This is a story I wrote for a subject at school.
Dar and BeastMaster are one and the same. Demon Curupira gave Dar the power to talk to animals, which is why he is called BeastMaster, as well as Dar by his friends.
Scrying and Capture
The Ancient One was scrying using his bed of crystals when he saw something important that would happen. He didn't see the New Sorceress come up behind him, but by that time the vision had vanished.
"What is going to happen?" the New Sorceress asked curiously.
"Something which I need to cast a spell for," the Ancient One said absently as he prepared. When he was ready, he cast the spell and the New Sorceress caught a glimpse of what would happen. Her eyes widened.
"Will I have a part to play in this?" The Ancient One nodded, and, satisfied, the New Sorceress disappeared.
After surveying the compound, he led his men towards it. As they approached, men armed with swords rushed out to meet them. Voden slowed his horse down and was soon met by the head of the army.
"What do you want?" the captain asked.
"I wish to see King Zad as I have a proposal I would like to discuss with him."
Grunting in response, the captain sent one of the men to tell Zad the news. It wasn't long before the king in question came out with some more of his army.
"What do you want?" Zad said, looking up at the young king, who was still seated on his horse. In one swift movement Voden got off the mare, showing that he spent a lot of time riding.
"So you finally get off your high horse", Zad said, smiling. "I hear you have a proposal you want to talk to me about." Voden chose to ignore the first comment.
"Yes, I do have a proposal I would like you to hear, but I would like to talk to you in private." As Zad didn't trust Voden, he was a little hesitant to let him and his army into the compound, but he did want to hear what this proposal was.
"Come on in then!" Zad said, turning round to his army. After ordering them to get a feast of food and wine ready for them, he led the Nord King and his army into the compound.
"Everything all right?" Tao asked. Dar opened his eyes briefly than closed them again.
"Yes, everything's all right." He grimaced as he experienced another wave of pain. When he heard the crackling of a fire, he knew what was coming. A few minutes later he smelt something vile.
"Here Dar," Tao said, putting a cup of something that smelt worse up close into his hands. Dar took a deep breath and before downing half the contents and almost choked.
"Not so fast," Tao said, chuckling, and switched cups with some water. After drinking the concoction, Dar waited a few minutes then opened his eyes.
"You and I have been travelling together for too long," he said. Tao just smiled and started sorting the plants.
"Are you going to come quietly, or do we have to drag you?" the leader leered. Cath said nothing in response, nor when he stepped towards her and yanked her shoulder bag off her back. Opening it, he pulled out different items and passed them around the circle. "Berries, a brush, comb, and ooo, look at this." The leader held up a dagger, the handle engraved with different big cats. He swung it in front of Catherine, enjoying the way she followed it with her eyes, then put it back in the bag. Putting the other items back in as well, he gave it to one of soldiers.
"Tie her up!"
Cath felt her hands being roughly held behind her and the rope bit into her skin as they were tightly tied together.
"Not trying to resist huh?" Zad said, stepping closer and leaning down until he was on her eye level. "I like that. Back to camp!" he shouted, standing up. Cath was pushed through the forest to Zad's compound. When they reached it and were let inside, they walked along a corridor until the centre was reached, where Cath was shoved into a cage.
"I think I'll keep your bag," Zad said, laughing and striding away. As she sat down on the prickly hay, Cath began to work out a plan of escape.
I will be updating Wednesday every week, but I may update later because of Christmas approaching.
Thank you for reading, and please review.