Darkness. That was all Fae could see. Even though it did not bother her, she could tell that it was quite cold.
"You are finally awake. I was so worrie for a moment." said a dark, cold voice said. A pair of golden eyes were staring into her own.
"Pitch Black? What do you want from me?" Fae asked, even though it sounded more like a demand than a question.
Pitch revealed himself from the dark shadows. He had on a long cloak, cover his body. Fae looked at him. He looked stronger.
"I want to help you. Jace has destroyed your castle, correct?"
Fae nodded slowly.
"I just want the same thing you do. I want power, control, belief. Isn't that what you want as well?" Pitch asked.
"Exactly... how did you know about my castle?" Fae asked.
Pitch just shrugged. "I have been watching the Guardians very closely. And I see that they helped a young spirit. Jace, right? She's your... sibling?"
Fae snorted and rolled her eyes.
"Sadly, yes. She's worthless. The only reason she ever defeated me was because-"
"The Guardians, and The Man in the Moon helped her. She's not as worthless as you think. I thought Jack Frost was worthless. I ended up being humiliated by him. But, we have something common."
Far raised an eyebrow in confusion. "What do you mean? What do we have in common?"
Pitch smirked. "First off, we both want to get what we want. We both want power, and lots of it."
Fae smirked. "This is true. I do love power."
Pitch knew he was convincing her.
"Also, we both have a personal vendetta against certain people. For me, the Guardians of Childhood and for you, your sisters Aurora Evergreen and Jace Create."
Fae nodded. "What do you need me for? If you know this is true, why don't you just fight the Guardians while I fight my sisters?"
Pitch looked at her with his burning golden eyes.
"Because, two is better than one. Jace and her male friend are very close to the Guardians. We can defeat them together at the same time. The imagination is linked to all of the Guardians centers. If Jace loses her power..."
The fact dawned of Fae. "Then the Guardians will fall as well. That is brilliant! But, how would we be able to take her imagination away."
Pitch pulled out a large book. It looked old but sturdy. Fae took it from his hand and dusted it off.
The book title was Incridionus.
"What is this? How will this book help us defeat our enemies?" Fae asked.
Pitch smiled. "It is a spell book. A few months ago, I found this book in my library in my library a few months ago. I have been studying the spells in this book, and I found one that looked particularly interesting."
Fae looked at the book. Then at Pitch. Maybe he really was trying to help her.
"Then why did you ask me? Why didn't you just carry this plan out yourself?"
Pitch stared her deep in her icy blue eyes.
"Because, I need you and you need me. We can help each other and take down the Guardians and Jace."
Fae smiled deviously.
"I agree with your plan. But what spell could possibly be strong enough to take away Jace's entire imagination?"
The book opened and flipped to a page. Fae read the whole page, which explained what the spell was and what it could do. Fae smiled again.
"I don't think I've ever seen such an evil fairy queen smile so much."
Fae looked at him." Your plan is brilliant. It might take a while, but it will be worth it. Jace and her little friends will never see this coming. We will be able to humiliate them, then destroy them."
"Correct. No more hopes, no more dreams or wonder or snow days or quarters under every child's pillow."
They both looked at each other and smiled.
"And no more imagination. You are quite the smart one, Kozmotis."
Pitch looked into her eyes. I know. Trust me, I know."
They walked through the lair, avoiding the bird cages. Every nightmare bowed at their feet. Their footsteps echoed through the darkness, causing fear to shoot through every shadow. They finally reached the large Globe of Faith.
"Every child's light will be put out, and we will be more powerful than ever before." said Pitch, all the lights shining in his eyes as welll as hers.
Fae looked at the Globe curiously. Every light was a child. Did that mean Jace was on it as well. She decided she would keep it to herself.
"We will finally get the power we deserve, won't we Pitch?"
Pitch nodded." Of course, Fae. Who else deserves such great power other than us."
The spell was excellent. There was no doubt in her mind about it. The spell looked very convincing, but the idea of taking away Jace's power was brilliant.
"Cold and Dark go good together."