My Ranking Points
Third task of 3’s… Ginger’s!
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“Hello,” a booming voice told me. Great. It sounds more powerful than me, so I’m already checking if I can punch it in the face.
“Hi, can we get this over with?” I asked, moaning.
“Very well. Your task is to prove kids in school can fight AND NOT DIE,” the voice told me. I snorted.
“What’s the big deal about?”
One of those movie-action-sounds from the book about the regular world is playing in my head. Duh-duh-dun.
An arrow is seconds from slicing through me. I’m surrounded. I look around. I look like… Agatha? The Ever who looks like a Never- should BE a Never? Next to me is bald, pimpled witch.
“Aggie, Aggie,” she tells me.
I grab my fist and strike her square in the nose. The scene shimmers away.
I’m a witch. And there’s Rapunzel.
“Kill her,” the voice commands.
I grabbed a staff (crazy, I thought staffs were for people a hundred years ago!) and dropped it to the ground. It turned into a snake and tried to bite Rapunzel before Rapunzel glared at me.
“Excusem moi, mother, what the heck are ya doing to me, I thought we were o-ver,” Rapunzel told me, hands on hips, like a sassy teen.
“Hi, Little Miss Teenager,” I hiss. Now I understand why Mother Gothel did what she did! Rapunzel is a brat.
“Hi, Mami. You asked the three, billy goat gruff to watch after me, and then because they knew the truth you had a troll try to eat them? Young was my BFF! So, um, like get out,” Rapunzel says.
The snake is still moving. Rapunzel sees it.
“SNAKE! SNAKE! SNAKE! O M G! HELP! HELP!!!!” Rapunzel was yelling super loud.
So loud, in fact, she didn’t notice that I killed her with a tiny spell I’d learned in class.
“Great job, Dayzy!” Alicia’s voice says in my mind.
“Marvelous, just marvelous!” Shandra giggles, in real life.
“Hello, Miss Ninja,” I say. I look around.
Jai is smiling holding up a seed. Probably from me to plant. ‘Cause what else do you do with seeds? Shandra has on all black clothing like always, probably pretending to be a ninja. Alicia is smiling at me, picking leaves off a flower. I look closer. It’s a daisy. She giggles and I give her a glare that says, ‘No giggling.’
“Don’t be so strict,” Alicia’s voice giggles in my head.
I worm my way into hers and make her stop.
She sighs in my head.
I plant the seed in the ground, and wait.