The Truth

This story takes place right after the events of the movie. I am using it to explain that Allie is actually the Lady of the Lake. If I have something in italics that is what they are thinking if its in "quotation marks" and italics, like "this" then it's a dream sequence. But first, here is a list of who I think they were trying to say were reincarnations of which knights.

In the Movie

Allie = King Arthur

Lance = Sir Lancelot

Jen = Guinevere

Will = Sir Galahad

Marco = Sir Kay

Miles = Merlin

Mr. Moore = Mordred

In My Story

Allie = Lady of the Lake

Lance = Sir Lancelot

Jen = Guinevere

Will = King Arthur

Marco = Sir Kay

Miles = Merlin

Mr. Moore = Mordred

It probably wasn't necessary to type that whole thing, but whatever. And now, on to the story.

It was midnight by the time Allie finally got home. She told her mom and dad goodnight, and then changed into her Pajamas and climbed in bed. She was asleep within minutes.

"Mordred raised his sword, poised to strike him from behind, as Arthur swiftly stabbed at his opponent, sending another one of Mordred's allies tumbling to their death. Lancelot shouted a warning, but it came too late. Arthur was able to escape most of the hit, but it was still a death wound. Merlin quickly shot a spell at Mordred, who was too busy laughing in his victory to notice it. The spell hit him dead on, and Mordred collapsed to the ground, defeated. The other knights fended off attackers while Merlin, Kay, Lancelot, and Guinevere made their way over to Arthur. Merlin erected a shield over all remaining Knights of the Round Table. They all gathered around Arthur in respect, until they were asked by Merlin to step away. The knights took this as their cue to pursue Mordred's followers. Arthur was now having trouble breathing. 'Lancelot,' he gasped. 'Take care of Gwen for me.' 'Your going to make it Arthur, do not talk like that.' Lancelot replied, not quite believing what he was hearing. 'No, I am not.' He stated matter-of-factly. 'This is my entire fault.' Guinevere mumbled. 'Don't even think about blaming yourself Gwen,' Arthur wheezed. 'Nor you Lancelot. The fault was my own. I realize that now.' Realization sunk in, and Kay spoke up. 'You cannot die, brother. I am supposed to protect you. I failed.' Arthur turned to him, struggling to get in another breath. 'You did no such thing. You protected me to the best of your ability, and that is all I could ever ask.' Arthur once again struggled to breath, his breathing becoming more frantic now. 'It looks as if we have finished it, Merlin my friend.' Arthur took another noticeably struggling. 'Where is Sir Bedivere? Does he still live?' A lone knight stepped forward. 'I do, my lord.' He stated, fidgeting nervously. 'Bedivere…listen closely. Take my sword…and throw it as far as you can into the lak,' Arthur said urgently. 'Then come back…and tell me what you saw.' 'It will be done my lord.' The knight replied, picking up the sword and giving a quick bow."

Allie awoke with a start. She had to tell Miles about this. She quickly got dressed, and after breakfast and saying goodbye to her parents, she ran to Miles' house as fast as her legs could carry her. When she arrived, Miles was sitting on the porch, waiting for her. "What was it about?" he questioned. "How did you– oh yeah." Allie said. She then proceeded to recount her dream to him, as much as she could remember, anyway.

"Wait," he said when she was finished. "Will was Arthur? And he looked exactly like he did when we battled Mordred on that beach?" "Yes, and yes. Weird, huh?' Allie replied. "Very," Miles agreed. "But your King Arthur. You have to be. When we sit together you have the crown." Allie brushed her hair from her face before replying. "Yeah and Avalon High looks just like Camelot- That's it!" "What's it?" Miles asked, confused. "Avalon. The Lady of the Lake was the legendary ruler of Avalon. Which means I'm the Lady of the Lake."

A/N: I'm not sure if this should be continued, or if it should stay a one-shot. You guys decide.