One Way To Bring The End Of Them All.

By: NeverOnEarth.

AN: Before I go on, I ought to say that I have never written anything in this sort of style before: by that I mean whump, torture, etc. This is a movieverse story, and follows the storyline up until the infiltration of Miraz's castle. After that, it is totally AU.

Disclaimer: I do not own the wonderful works of C. . All characters, places and things are well and truly his.

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One way to make it come crashing down,

One way for the walls to fall.

One way to bring round the end of the crown,

One way to bring the end of them all.

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Miraz was not a stupid man.

Straight after the arrest of Doctor Cornelius, he had read up on Narnian history and their four kings and queens of old. Some of the books were first hand accounts from close friends of the monarchs themselves. Others were from historians. He had read enough, however, to know that should the ancient magic work, however unlikely it was, the royals had some great weaknesses to play upon should he ever meet them. And their greatest one: Love.

It soon became apparent that these kings and queens had indeed shown up, or so the scouts he had sent out said, and a plan began to form in his head.

Miraz was almost certain that as soon as they had arrived, the young monarchs had begun planning battle strategies, and from what he had read, this was not to be taken lightly. It was obvious that the High King - Peter, his name was - would try to take charge of the Narnian's makeshift 'army', and so for Miraz to deal a blow to him would infuriate him into battle, rather than think it out, and that would almost certainly guarantee Miraz a win in this bloody, pointless war.

And so, playing upon their foolish love for one another, he would kidnap one of the kings or queens and use them to urge the battle on. High King Peter, he knew, was out of the question. He was the one who needed to be infuriated, and since he had the most power he had the most authority of command. Queen Susan, the obvious motherly figure that she was, would be needed to worry Peter into action. It would be impossible to get anywhere near Queen Lucy. King Peter would probably hide her away and have her heavily guarded. So that left him with only one, very easy option.

Now all he had to do was wait out their first attack.

The Narnians would fall.


AN: So, what do you think? Good? Bad? Could do with some work? Any ideas? Please tell me via review! No flames though, please. I'm not sure I can deal with them.

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