|The White Warrior
Author: hisanachan PM
ON HIATUS The long-lost Pevensie child must take the fifth throne of Cair Paravel to fulfil a new prophecy. But what if there is a new war after the White Witch’s demise? How will the lost child fit into it? Pre-PC/Golden AgeRated: Fiction T - English - Family/Adventure - Edmund Pevensie - Chapters: 2 - Words: 3,048 - Reviews: 2 - Favs: 2 - Follows: 3 - Published: 08-10-08 - id: 4462919
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Title: The White Warrior
Summary: The long-lost Pevensie child must take the fifth throne of Cair Paravel to fulfill a new prophecy. What if there is a new war after the White Witch's demise? How will the lost child fit into it? Only time will tell. Pre-Prince Caspian/Golden Age Era
A/N: Hey there! I'm normally under "Bleach" in the Anime/Manga section of ; my name's hisanachan! Nice to meet you all!
OK, so one day I wondered what if there was a fifth Pevensie (random, I know, but it just came into my mind). I started forming a story around it, and here is the end result! I don't know how you'll receive it, but if you could please review and send me your feedback on it AFTER reading the first chapter (which I will also post), I'd appreciate it. Thanks so much!
Thanks to my beta Red Princess!!
Disclaimer: I don't own the "Chronicles of Narnia." That belongs to C.S. Lewis. But any OCs belong to me!
"Mummy, what are their names?" A little three-year-old boy asked his mother. His little sister, one year younger, stood bashly next to him. She looked with innocent curiosity into the bundles of blankets in their mother's arms.
"Edmund and Lily, honey. This one is Edmund and this is Lily." The mother lovingly said her twins' names and smiled at her elder children. "You'll help me take care of them, right?"
At their excited nods, their mother laughed. "Alright then."
--(five years later)--
"Lily! Stop touching the cat! It'll bite you!" A girl, seven-years-old, pulled back a five-year-old girl in braids. She had the obligation of watching over her younger sister. Their older brother had to take care of a five-year-old brother and their four-year-old sister. The seven-year-old picked up the small five-year-old and walked over the older boy. "Peter, it's time to go home."
Peter hoisted his littlest sister on his back and grabbed the boy's grubby hands. "Let's go home, ok, Ed?"
The little boy, Ed, toddled after the older siblings. At their home, the younger children were released, and by being the active youngsters they were, ran up the stairs into their playroom. Peter and the older girl walked into the living room, where their parents sat. "We're home, Mum, Dad."
"Oh. Peter, Susan, what's your opinion on sending Lily to boarding school in the country? You know, she's quite bright and needs proper education. We hate to send her away, but none of the school here are suitable for her," explained their father.
Susan said, "Why send Lily? She's only five! Isn't that too young? Don't separate us!" She pleaded, clasping her hands. "You just want to get rid of her, don't you? We overheard you while passing the dining room last night. 'We don't need twins. Let's send Lily away to somewhere.' And Mum, you love the twins more than anyone! How could you?"
Laying a warning hand on Susan's shoulder, Peter voiced his opinion. "Susan's right. Lily's too young. You can't do this to us."
"Well, Peter, Lily's going. Tell her to pack." Their father dismissed them.
---(five years later)--
"How's school?" asked Susan, embracing a ten-year-old Lily. Peter then hugged his sister and they sat down on the chairs around the small table.
"I hate it." Lily frowned. "How're Edmund and Lucy?"
"Good," replied Peter.
"I want to see them. But, Mum won't let me. She says it's better to let them go because they don't even remember that I exist. Ed and little Lu… I really miss them. But at least I get to see you! Mum and Dad don't visit me at all. Mum calls once every three months." Lily frowned again, looking down at her cup of tea.
Susan and Peter cautiously glanced at each other. Peter caused and cautiously said, "Say, Lily, this may be the last time we meet in a long time. You've heard of the war?" At Lily's nod, he carefully continued, "We're going to be sent to the countryside, and we won't be able to visit. Do you understand? We'll continue to write to each other, all right?"
Continuing Peter's explanation, Susan added, "We'll try to call you, too. We'll love you wherever you or we go. Unconditionally love you."
Lily gazed into her teacup. Forcing a smile on her face, she chirped, "It's no problem."
The next day, Lily found out that they left her for the countryside on the next train out.
---(a week later)--
Going into the hidden room located in her room, Lily was surprised to find the world of Narnia. There, she befriended the Dwarfs and Centaurs, who taught her the skills of a warrior. One centaur in particular, Twilight, became her constant companion. From her, Lily learned the prophecies of Cair Paravel and decided to take the path destined for her. It was a difficult time, however. The White Witch's reign…
A/N: Alright, this is the prologue. I'm also going to post up the first chapter because that has the main part you need to read at the end before making any judgments on this story's potential. This prologue was just a little early history on Lily. So please, before anything, read the first chapter and send me your feedback! Thanks so much for reading!