Labyrinth II- God Save the Queen

DISCLAIMER: I own neither Labyrinth, or Kim Possible.

Long ago, but not so long ago, a king was in love. But, he was no ordinary king. He was Jareth, the Goblin King of the Labyrinth. So, to entice his lover Sarah, a human from the other realm, he gave her certain powers. However, she hated him, and refused the gifts he offered. She left him alone, and, eventually he died. What she didn't know, was though he never won her, he left the throne and its responsibilities to her. And thus, the reign of Sarah, Queen of the Goblins began. And, as her predecessor had, she fell in love with someone from the other realm...

Ron Stoppable was in his sister's room. She was crying. He was reading a story to his little sister,

Hana, trying to calm her down.

"but what no one knew was that the goblin king fell in love with her and gave her certain powers," Ron readHana was still crying.

"'Say your right words,' the goblins said," Ron continued.

Kim walked in, she and Ron were supposed to have a date tonight.

"Problems?" she said, smirking as she entered the room.

"Yeah," Ron said. He turned to Hana.

"I'll say the words," he joked.

Hana stared at him.

Half joking, Ron said "I wish the goblins would come take you away right now!"

Suddenly, lightning struck. Hana had vanished.

"Ron, what did you do?" Kim asked.

"I have no idea," Ron said.

A songbird flew at the window. Or, more accurately, flew through the window. It transformed into a beautiful woman, with brown hair, who seemed to be in her mid-20's. She wore a black dress, with a blue collar sticking up in back.

"Who're you?" Ron asked.

Kim was at a loss for words.

"What? You don't want your sister back?" the woman said.

"Well, yeah, but I wanna know who took her first!" Ron said.

"I," the woman said, "am Sarah, Goblin Queen of the Labyrinth."

"Sarah..." Ron said, "the girl from the story! But you--"

"Delayed fate, for a while. But, when the King died, he left me the throne," she said.

"Well, I would like my sister back," Ron said.

"What's said is said," Sarah replied, smirking at him.

"I didn't mean it!" Ron said.

"Turn back," Sarah advised, "go on your little date, have fun with that girl of yours. Forget about the baby."

"Where is she?" Ron asked.

"I think we both know that," Sarah said. She made an object materialize in her hand.

"What's that?" Ron asked.

"A crystal," Sarah said, playing the same card her predecessor on the throne had, "but if you turn it this way and look into it, it'll show you your dreams. But, this gift isn't for an ordinary boy, who takes care of a screaming baby. Do you want it?" She paused, continuing to move the crystal gracefully around her left hand.

"Then forget the baby," she said.

"I can't," Ron said.

"I appreciate what you're offering," he continued, "but I want my sister back. She must be scared."

"Ron," Sarah said, "don't resist me. You're no match."

"I need my sister back," he commanded.

Sarah turned to the window, which now looked out onto an expansive labyrinth.

"She's in my castle, in the center," Sarah said, "do you still want her back?"

Kim, meanwhile, was dumbstruck by all this. She had no idea how all this was happening at all.

"Come on, Kim," Ron said to her, "we need to get to the castle beyond the goblin city."

"What?" Kim said.

"I assume we have the usual 13 hours?" Ron asked Sarah.

"Yes," Sarah replied, "13 hours, until your sister becomes my heir, and one of us... forever."

"All the time in the world," Ron said. He led Kim to the edge of the labyrinth.