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Summary: Clark discovers his first demon which leads him to find the slayer

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Smallville > GeneralXanderloverFR71254031,29911 Oct 0811 Oct 08No
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Set post highschool, except that Pete's still around.


Clark stared at the demon laying in front of him, green blood oozing out of his body.

"No kyrptonite," he said quietly.

"Yeah, that was weird," Pete agreed. He glanced at Clark. "Almost like he was born...evil."

"Yeah, almost." Clark's voice was soft as he tried to sort out this new puzzle.

"I think that this beats everything on the Wall of the Weird," Chloe said. "Which is a...first."

"Do you think it's from another planet?" Pete suggested to Clark.

"I don't seems, different," Clark mused.

"Oh, I have the perfect idea!" Chloe declared, a grin growing on her face. "One of my cousines live in Sunnydale California. Her name is Willow. She's into witchcraft and all that. She knows a bunch about weird this. I'm sure she'll have an answer."

"Witchcraft?" Clark raised his eyebrows at her. "Come on Chlo. There's no such thing as witches."

"Hey, don't you give that eyebrow look at me." Chloe hit him playfully against the chest. "There's no such things as Aliens either," she smirked at him causing him to glare at her, knowing she was right.

"It wouldn't hurt to call her," Pete told Clark, who sighed.

"Fine, but is she anything like Lois?"

Chloe laughed.

"The exact opposite of Lois."

"Good." Clark rubbed his forehead. "Because I can only take one Lois at a time."

Laughing Chloe pressed Willow's number, not knowing about the changes that were about to happen, to all of them.....

The End?

You have reached the end of "Changes" – so far. This story is incomplete and the last chapter was posted on 11 Oct 08.

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