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Ranger's Apprentice: Book 1 Chapter 2.5Author's note: Sorry for this not coming out with the rest of book one. This Happens only a few days after Chapter 2 ends.
Gilan looked up from a report he had been reading at the sound of globe beats on the ground around the cabin. He heard Blaze whiny a treating and knew it had to be Halt.
The door opened a few seconds later with a CREAK! and he saw Halt walk in, with a girl holding on to his waist. He glared at the girl. She looked a lot like the man his father was trying to catch. And then he realized that she looked like the girl from the wanted posters. He scrambled to his feet to get closet to the girl.
"Gilan." Halt said, smiling at the girl. "This is Emily Wilson, my new apprentice."
"Halt?" Gilan said after a moment, "Have you lost your bloody mind?? My dad is looking for her! She's an assassin!"
Halt glared at Gilan. "I don't give a flying fig about that! She's here to be my apprentice, and there's no
Avengers/Ranger's Apprentice 1Emily Wilson stood in the cover of trees on the side on the road early one morning, her gray-green cloak helping her blend into her surroundings. There had been reports of a strange group of people walking through her fief, though she highly doubted it. She kept to good care of her fief, Caraway Fief, to have a strange group of people to come and destroy that. She sighed to herself. It had been a year since she had graduated, and got her powers. The Rangers were still a strong force of 50, like always, but there was something wrong.
Crowley had reported during last year’s Gathering that there would be no Gathering for the next year. The news had shook the Corps to their boots. They always had a Gathering, no matter what was going on. Then he said the thing Emily never wanted to hear him say. Ariana, his apprentice had gotten deathly sick. She looked like she was on the road to recovery, he had said, but she died in her sleep a couple of
Ranger's Apprentice: Book Three, Chapter Five When Emily woke, she was bound and sitting against a tree. But, she was comfortable. She looked up, and saw two men sitting across from each other, talking. The first man, she saw, was Slade, but the other man she didn't know. The second man was wearing a dark uniform, and, she realized, was not Morgarath like she had thought. Both men turned to look at her.
"She's fit." Slade said, looking approvingly over Emily. "She thinks for herself, and is barely afraid of anything. Well, Dominic, my friend, is this what you want?"
"Yes." Dominic said. "She'll do well in my experiment." He saw a frightened look cross Emily's face, and smiled reassureingly.
"Don't worry, Emily. You'll survive the experiment. I just need you for about a day or two, then you can go back to Halt."
He pulled out a cloth, and Emily tried to move away, but Slade held her still, and a few minutes later, she
Ranger's Apprentice/TT Crossover Chapter One Slade looked at his computer screen. Emily had been in Jump City for three days now, on a puny assignment from Crowley, and she was in his territory. Emily had never understood the word, he remembered, and so he grabbed his staff and walked outside to find the middling girl.
Emily never knew that Slade was after her. She had just gotten off Erak' s boat a few days ago, but still the ground seemed to shake and roll beneath her feet. 'I never knew that being on a boat for so long could make u so sick!'
She looked for a bench to sit down on. But she felt like she was being watched by someone. But she didn't know who. She turned around to see someone, part man, part robot stepping out of the shadows. Emily nocked an arrow on her bow, and the man stopped. She breathed deeply, trying to ignore the sudden wave of nausea.
"Your not ok." The man said. "You need to come with me." Th
Ranger's Apprentice:Book Three, Chapter Four Slade watched as Emily went to retrieve her arrows. She had a perfect shot already, and probably didn't need this extra training on her bow. He sighed, and leaned back against the tree. Using Merlin was a bad idea, he realized, and maybe he needed to just go kill her himself. What he didn't know was that Halt had told Gilan to practice with Emily, to keep an eye on her. Gilan walked up to Emily, correcting something that she'd done wrong. Slade frowned. But if the Ranger boy was going to get in the way, he was going to die. Why? Because no one got in between Slade and his little sister.
Emily looked over Gilan's shoulder the trees to the right of Slade. She thought she had heard something, a movement in the trees, something. She shrugged, and went back to shooting. Ten arrows later, she walked up to the targets that Halt had placed on the far side of the meadow. She smiled when she saw the results. Most of the arrows
Ranger's Apprentice: Book Three, Chapter Three Emily woke with a start the next morning. Sunlight was streaming through the window, and she looked around for Pauline. She shrugged when she didn't see her and got up. She noticed that there was breakfast on the table, with tea. She looked around to see if any one else was there. The room was quiet, and warm. She pulled to covers off of herself, and got out of the bed.
There was a pair of jeans on the table, too, and she hurried to put those on. She grabbed and apple, and looked for the backpack she had put there, in case something like this had happened. She found it under the spare cot, and she pulled it open. Inside was the brush that she had gotten from her mom, and she started to brush through the tangled mess she called hair. She had cut in short, with Pauline's help, so that it wouldn't get caught in her quiver. She sighed. She had heard Halt and Pauline talking the night before, but she didn't believe that Slade was still alive. But a part
Ranger's Apprentice:Book Three, Chapter two Gilan walked into the room, a few hours later. He was stumbling like he had to many too drink, and Emily got up, and helped him sit down. She got him a glass of water. Gilan smacked the glass from her hand, and it fell to the floor. Emily took a step back. She wasn't expecting him to hit the cup like that.
"DO YOU THINK I WANT WATER!" Gilan shouted. "YOU STUPID GIRL!"
Emily took another step back. She had tears in her eyes. "Gilan, stop, please." She said. "I was only trying to help."
"I don't need help from a stupid girl like you!"
That was the last straw. Emily turned on her heel, and ran out of the cabin, tears streaming down her face. Halt glared at Gilan, and ran out after her.
"Emily?" He called. "Emily? Emily!"
She just kept running. She didn't want to go back to the cabin, back to Gilan. She turned toward Redmont. She would go to Pauline. Maybe sh
Ranger's Apprentice: Book Three, Chapter One! Emily and Gilan were laying down in the grass of the clearing they had discovered a few nights earlier. They were just chatting about usual things- Halt's apparent love for honeyed coffee, Rodney's Battle School Apprentices getting more practice than sleep, and the Gathering.
".....I don't know, Gilan." Emily said, staring at the sky. "We're visiting Pauline tomorrow, remember? Halt told us to go to sleep." She looked at Gilan, who was looking at the sky, a mocking look on his face. "I just didn't want us to get into trouble, that's all."
"'Halt told us to go to sleep'" Gilan mocked, looking at his girlfriend. "Come on, Emily! He shouldn't have heard us! Your getting worked up over nothing!"
"But he is a Ranger, you know!" Emily said. "He was trained to stay in a light sleep to hear the slightest noise different than the environment! And I thought you were told to not jump to conclusio
Ranger's Apprentice: Book Three, Prolouge Morgarath looked in stunned silence as his presumably dead second in command came into his throne room. Control yourself, he thought angrily, Slade has been dead and in the ground for a week!
Slade chuckled at the silence. Apparently, Morgarath had thought him dead. Well, he'd thought wrong. "Reports of my death were greatly premature, my lord." Slade said, bowing low again. "I'm still alive."
Morgarath suddenly regretted calling Slade a failure. "I see that." He replied, regaining his composure. "And, I believe you want to go after Emily?"
Slade reached for his sword. "This blade has Emily's name written all over it." And with that, he turned on his heels and walked out of the room.
Halt's Cabin, Redmount fief.
Halt opened his eyes to the sound of a door being opened. He sighed,
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