THE LOST HEIR:
They stepped out into the dim sunshine. Bloom smiled confidently, and then turned to her friends.
"All right, let's go." She said, and they all started left. Except for Artemis, and Derek. Artemis looked at them like they were children that couldn't catch onto something simple.
"Guys, the gate is that way." Artemis said, and pointed to the right where the brilliant golden, jewel encrusted gate shined.
"Oh, right." Bloom said, clearly embarrassed.
"Not the brightest bunch, are they?" Artemis asked Derek.
"Not when it comes to this." Derek answered. Then they followed the others. They traveled peacefully to the gate, keeping an eye for wood elves, even though Artemis said they never come so close to the path. As soon as they stepped over the threshold of the gate, the gate closed. Artemis was the only one who didn't turn around, instead she stared at the windy land in front of her, the winds of time.
"Hope this isn't how the rest of the dimension, because if it is, I see no sense in saving it." Artemis said.
"No, the rest of the dimension is different. There's cities, and wonderful views." Bloom said.
"And all sorts of amazing plants and animals." Flora said.
"And there are the most amazing fashions if you look in the right places." Stella said.
"All right, all right. It's amazing." Artemis said, then added quietly, "My, you are descriptive." She walked away.
"We better go." Bloom said, "Who knows what damage The Trix have done by now."
"They might have destroyed half the dimension by now." Stella said.
"How do you know they want to destroy the dimension?" Artemis asked. "I thought you said they wanted to rule over it."
"They do." Bloom replied.
"Then why would they destroy the magical dimension, if they want to rule over it. If they did that, there would be nothing to rule over." Artemis said.
"She's got a point." Stella said.
"Let's just go." Bloom said. They started walking through the frozen wasteland. Somewhere in the midst of the journey, Artemis disappeared. No one noticed until they finally got through the sea, and arrived at the boys' flying vehicles. Good use of observation skills.
"Wait. Where's Artemis?" Aisha asked.
"Oh no, we've lost her." Stella said with a slightly whiny tone.
"Took you long enough to figure it out." A British voice said. They turned to see Artemis standing there with a bowl of cereal.
"How'd you get there?" Riven asked.
"I teleported." Artemis said.
"You . . . teleported?" Riven asked.
"Yep." Artemis said, putting another spoonful of cereal in her mouth.
"You could've saved us most of the trip." Riven said.
"Don't be an idiot, I don't know how to teleport more than one person. Besides, why are you all so angry. You got a good work-out, didn't have to listen to my annoy yet completely true comments, and as a plus I got you guys some food." Artemis said.
"You did?" Bloom asked. Artemis seemed so cold-hearted, but maybe that's just an act.
"No it's not an act." Artemis said as if answering Bloom's statement, "I just don't want to hear anymore of your pointless comments."
"Let's just take a break." Bloom said, trying to be the peace-maker.
"Yep, lunch on the beach of Misery, by the Sea of Freezing To Death." Artemis said sarcastically. None the less, they ignored Artemis and sat down for lunch.
A/N: Took me forever to get this chapter up, but I did. Tell me what you think. Oh, and the picture below is Artemis. The picture is a bit big, but I honestly couldn't make it smaller.