posted on Aug, 27 2016 @ 07:46 PM
and now to continue with part II of Chapter 11.
“Troll!” said Errollorre rising to his feet. “You shouldn’t be here! This is not the time for you!”
“Troll try to save silly man.” said Troll.
Troll looked up and saw the Witch Queen frozen in place.
“It is evil Witch!” yelled Troll. “Now Troll break her neck like she break Trolls!”
“No Troll!” yelled Errollorre. “Stop! Please. Listen. We can’t kill the witch. We must be careful. Troll, the wizard has sent us back in time.
It is one year ago. The moment Aria was turned into a ghost.
I must save her and bring her back to restore her memory. Do you understand?”
“No, troll don’t understand.” said Troll.
“Just trust me Troll.” said Errollorre. I’ll explain everything later. But I have to move fast right now. Just stand there and don’t
“Troll will stand here. But why witch and ugly princess no move?" Asked Troll.
“They are moving Troll.” said Errollorre.”But we’re moving faster than them. We passed through time quickly and our momentum still has us
But time will soon catch up to us and the witch will see us if we don’t get out of here before then.”
“Troll no clue what you saying.” said Troll.
“Just stand there Troll.” said Errollorre.
“Troll stand here.” said Troll. “Troll keep eyes on evil witch.”
Errollorre ran over to the seemingly frozen Aria.
Errollorre removed the small beat up ring from his hand and placed it on the raised hand of Aria.
Then he pulled her hand and in turn her whole body towards him.
It was like he was pulling a strip of bark from a tree.
It seemed like Aria was being peeled away from a ghostly figure of Aria that still stood there looking at the Witch Queen.
Errollorre and Aria fell back onto the floor. Aria blinked a few times then took a deep breath.
She looked at Errollorre with her eyes wide.
“Errollorre?” said Aria. “Errollorre you look so different from yesterday. You look like you haven’t shaved in days. There is gray in your
hair where there wasn’t before.”
Aria placed her hand on Errollorre’s cheek.
“And lines on your face that were not there yesterday."
Suddenly Aria gasped.
She stared at the floor as her mind began to fill with thousand of images and thoughts.
She turned to look at Errollorre.
“I know what has not yet come to be.” said Aria. “You’ve come from what not yet is.”
“The wizard. Carl he sent you. I know why. I remember the battles against the witch that have not yet happened. I know of friends I haven’t yet
met. How can this be?”
Aria looked at the ring on her finger.
She took it off and handed it to Errollorre.
“Take this Errollorre.” she said. “I could see the wizards thoughts. I do not want another's thoughts in my mind. This ring is meant for
“You knew the wizard Carl’s thoughts?” asked Errollorre. “That’s strange I didn't notice anything like that.”
“Oh Errollorre.” said Aria. “You romantic idiot. I remember running to this very room to find you in the time to come.
I was coming to tell you I got my memories back.
I remembered everything about us.
I told Prince Seapaul and he withdrew from the contest.
Everything was set right for us. And now you’ve come back here and we risk never going back.”
Errollorre sat speechless.
He could have had his dream fulfilled.
But now, what will happen?
Troll stood there staring at the Witch Queen.
Then ever so slightly, almost imperceivable, the Witch Queens eyes moved the tiniest bit towards Errollorre, Aria and Troll.
“Stupid man! Ugly princess!” whispered Troll urgently.
“Troll!” said Aria. “I know you. My dearest Troll.”
“Troll glad see ugly princess too.” said Troll. “Troll not see princess since minutes ago.”
Aria and Errollorre laughed.
The Witch's eyes again moved the slightest bit.
“Ugly Elf, stupid man, look! look!” said troll as he pointed towards the Witch Queen.
Errollorre and Aria looked at the witch and saw her eyes barely move.
“We are running out of time!” said Errollorre. “We have got to get out of here now!”
The trio ran to the heavy wooden door.
Aria turned to look at her ghostly figure still frozen in terror behind her.
“She’s going to go through so much.” said Aria.
“But you know it turns out for good.” said Errollorre.
Troll pulled at the door but it wouldn’t open.
“Troll break door!” said Troll.
“No!” said Errollorre. “That would be too big of a change in the time stream.”
“Then what will we do?” asked Aria.
“Stand aside.” said Errollorre.
Errollorre raised his hands and yelled “OSTIUM!’
The door swung open and the three of them ran out into the cold stone hallway.
“How did you do that?” asked Aria.
“I have no idea.” said Errollorre.
“Something just came over me. Let’s go we haven’t much time left.
Run for the forest!”
Time for the Witch Queen progressed as it should.
She laughed as her black lightning delivered the spell to Aria that changed her into a ghostly form.
For just a split second something made her look to her left.
But there was nothing there.
Now she walked to the ghostly form of Aria who was trying not to cry.
“There, there my dear.” said the witch. “You bring me the necklace and I’ll put you back in a nice solid body.”
The Witch Queen laughed. “Now go and find it!”
Aria headed for the door.
“You don’t need a door princess.” said the Witch Queen. “Your a ghost. Through the wall will be faster.”
Aria placed her hand on the wall.
It passed right through it.
Sobbing Aria flew through the wall and out of the castle.
The Witch Queen stood there for a moment. Then she walked over to where she thought she saw movement.
She placed her hands on the floor as if she was feeling for something.
Then she examined the still locked door.
She touched it with her hand, then drew it back.
“Search well my ghostly princess.” said the witch.
“Time is telling me it’s time for me to do some hunting of my own.”