An Unexpected VisitorA long, long time ago, in a land far, far way... a young Elf maiden was sitting in a tree, listening to music, when a young he-elf jumped in. “Ada’s missing!” Legolas cried.
“Where could he have gone!?” she cried.
Thranduil in fact, was floating somewhere in space in Earth’s orbit surprisingly not crashing into the International Space Station surrounded by the famous villains from different movies. How fun!
“Hey, how’s everybody doing?” he whispered (Loki was doing a speech and he hates to be interrupted).
“Awesome!” they all replied, quietly.
Loki was in the middle of saying, “...we unlucky villains may not have brawn like the heroes, but we have a brain, and we actually use it. I know right? It’s not all bashing people around.” Everyone cheered.
Ronan was in denial. “I don’t believe it, I don’t believe it...” he was saying.
Loki stepped down from the stage and fist-bumped Thranduil. “Another awesome speech!” Thranny said.
“No it’s true!”
“Ya know,” Ronan said, quietly while Ursula sang opera, “I should get a girlfriend.”
“And why are you thinking about girlfriends?” Thranduil questioned. “I thought you said last year that nobody is good enough for you!”
“That was last year.”
“Oh riiiiiiight; things change.”
“Well...I’ve been feeling lonely these days.”
Loki held back a laugh.
“What’s so funny!?” Ronan said, holding up his hammer defensively.
“Nothing.” Loki snickered. “No, no, you’re right. You should.”
“I should what?”
“You know, get a girlfriend.”
“Why should I get a girlfriend? Do I look like I need a girlfriend!?”
“You just said—!”
“‘Momentary insanity’.” Thranduil whispered to Loki.
“Oh stop your sniggering.” Ronan huffed, turning back to Ursula’s opera muttering to himself.
Loki was about to apologize to Ronan and say that they were just kidding with him, when the roof crashed open and a figure fell in.
The figure looked up. “A...girl?” Loki said.
“Don’t act like you’ve never seen a girl before.” Maleficent snapped.
The girl groaned and rubbed her back. “Oww...you should get a carpet.”
“I’ll take note of that.” Thranduil muttered, making a quick note on his unicorns and rainbows notepad. “Get...a...carpet...pronto....” he scribbled.
The girl was shaking her furiously to get the dirt out when she saw Loki. She froze. Her mouth popped open, and Thranduil reached over and closed it, to no avail because it just popped back open again.
“Loki?” she said, breathlessly. Loki twiddled his fingers awkwardly. “Hi...?”
She started fangirling, like, right there, in like, the room, with, like, everyone staring at her.
Ronan patted her arm. “Umm...don’t—” he was cut off by the girl saying, “Wow. It’s so awesome to see you! Is it really you? Like, wow! I’m a big fan—like huge.”
“Oh, well...thank you.” Loki smiled. “Do—do we know each other?”
“I see.” Loki was a bit amused by this random currently freaking out girl, albeit a bit startled too.
“What’s your name?” Elsa asked.
“Oh, I’m Esther!”
“Okay, so, Esther, what are you doing here?”
“I don’t know...where am I?”
“The Annual Villains and Mean Persons Convention.” Thranduil replied.
“Okay, but where exactly am I?”
Esther groaned. “Oh no....”
“What? What is it?” Loki asked.
“My mom will be so worried about me! Then she’ll never let me out of the house on my own ever again.”
“Excuse me? What happened?”
“See, I was going to the local grocery store next door to my apartment, and then I tripped and fell and now I’m here.”
“You see a lot of things.”