She ran. Or rather the horse ran. Her long, black, surprisingly braided hair flowed in the wind. Her blue cloak hid her many arrows from enemy view.
"You surrender!" She yelled, shooting an arrow behind her while at the same time trying not to fall off the horse.
The arrow pierced the enemy's heart, but there were more where that came from.
The heard the sound of hooves running towards her and braced herself for the worst, but the worst never came. Instead, she was greeted by a friendly face. "And now your hair is braided." The newcomer stated.
She nodded. "Yeah."
Shrugging, she replied, "Why not?"
The newcomer had long, blonde, braided hair. The shimmer of his golden arrows were enough to blind any enemy who dared get close. "What did you do this time?" He asked.
"I may have accidentally shot an arrow at them, it's no biggie." She replied. "Also which name do you think works better here?"
"Well Vampirella is easier to pronounce." He turned on his horse and shot an arrow straight through an Orc's head. "But I think your Agent name would fit better here."
"Kremlyovskaya? Yeah it works better than Vampirella I guess." Vampirella said, throwing her sword like a boomerang, shooting it straight through an Orc and used Processor over Matter to make it return to her, before returning to the elf.
"Why do you ask?" The elf asked. "You've been on Middle Earth for some time now."
"Yeah, and still no sign of Mordred or whoever it was who did that freak storm thing. I mean we've been here long enough for you to start using apostrophes. And I ask because the whole time we've been here, I've only introduced myself to the Elven king and four Hobbits."
"By the way, I never did ask," Legolas fired another arrow behind him. "If you're Cybertronian, how can you ride a horse?"
"It's part of the job description when you pose as a knight of Camelot."
Legolas laughed to himself a little. "Talking of Camelot, I wonder what their reaction was when their dead king returned to them."
"Oh I bet their reaction was priceless." Vampirella laughed.
They were heading towards an overgrown forest. "Woah, don't you people have gardeners?"
"Ssh, they'll hear you." Legolas said, half joking.
What happened next couldn't have been timed more perfectly. A rotting piece of fruit fell and landed on Vampirella's head. It looked like a brown, squished apple.
"Told you." The elf burst out laughing.
"Hey, don't diss the apple." She said, smiling while rubbing her head. "That's how that famous person found out about gravity."
"Yeah, you know. That thing that keeps us on the ground."
The elf rolled his eyes. "You people need a name for everything."
"Hey don't say my people. They're not my people. Besides, words annoy me. You know in one country, they call a pavement a sidewalk because you walk on the side."
Legolas laughed. There was nothing more beautiful than the sound of Elvish laughter.
Vampirella continued. "You know those cars I told you about earlier? We have indicators which, fair enough, indicate which way you want to go…they have turn blinkers."
The two almost forgot they were being chased by Orcs as their laughter continued.
"Horse riding; horseback-riding."
"Horseback-riding?!" Legolas repeated with laughter. "They need to determine which part of the horse they will be riding?"
"Exactly. Or they'll be sat on the horse's head thinking 'this isn't quite right' or pulling their tail. 'there's something wrong here'."
"And because their calendar ended-" Shockwave laughed. "-they thought the world was going to end."
"In English during our assessment, we just stared out of the window." They heard Vampirella say from her horse. They had just arrived. He climbed off her horse. "We were so disappointed when the world didn't end."
"What took you two?" Jazz asked, stepping outside the Iron Ferret, his hair all over the place.
"We were chased by Ocry people." Vampirella explained. "What in the pit happened? You look hilarious."
"Just Orcs, V. No need for the added -y." Legolas muttered.
Jazz looked back at the time machine. "There was an...explosion?"
"Explosion?!" Vampirella yelled.
"No biggie." Perceptor reassured her. "It just...got wet. But it's fine now."
"How did it get wet?" Legolas asked, almost certain that he was going to regret it.
"Because someone left their drink in there." Skywarp eyed up Vampirella.
Awkwardly, Vampirella turned back to her horse. "Why do they call him Koothrappali?" She asked, changing the subject.
"I am growing restless." Arthur complained. "There is still no word about Mordred."
"There is still no guarantee that Mordred remained in Middle-Earth." Gauis reminded the young, previously dead king.
There was a knock on the door. Arthur turned to see who it was. "Leon."
"Sire, you might want to take a look outside."
Meanwhile, Jade was talking to people on her phone, Taryn was browsing through Deviantart and Rachel was looking through some German words she had to learn by the next day.
"You know if we called V, you could have all the time you like to revise those words." Jade pointed out.
Rachel nodded. "Call her!"
Taryn looked up from the laptop and glared out of the window. "It's raining."
"Welcome to England." Jade said sarcastically.
"But there are no clouds."
Rachel stood up and looked for herself. "There are no clouds."
"I know. That's why I said it."
"Which brings me back to my first statement." Rachel said. "Call her!"
"So did you find anything?" First Aid asked.
Legolas shook his head. "Nothing but Orcs, as usual."
"Yup, no sign of creepy yet cute druid guy." Vampirella added.
"And we only had a dealing with the Orcs because somebody shot an arrow at them." Legolas shot an accusing look.
"It's your fault for trusting me with arrows!"
Blitzwing nodded. "Ja, jou shouldn't trust her vith arrows."
"We barely trust her with her sword." Soundwave added.
"I don't trust her with her stick." Shockwave commented.
Wow. 1,042 words. See what happened there? 1,042. Not only is 42 the answer to life the universe and everything, it's also Legolas' kill count. FORTY-TWO!
Till next time peeps