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A Vampire Slayer in Middle Earth

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This story is No. 3 in the series "The Slayer Academy Series". You may wish to read the series introduction and the preceeding stories first.

Summary: Five years after Sunnydale, one Potential comes into her own. The Slayer Sofia ends up in Middle-Earth and she, Vi, & Dawn join forces with the Elves to battle an Ancient Evil; not to mention she must battle her personal demons as well.

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Lord of the Rings > General(Recent Donor)LunaFR1859158,22035622,76625 Feb 0919 Apr 10No

*We Interrupt This Story for a Brief Announcement*

Dearest, most wonderful readers:

As you may have noticed, this story has not been updated in 4 months. Essentially, this was the first story I ever wrote and I didn't plan it out as much as I should have. However, this story does have a special place in my heart so I have decided to delete several chapters - right around the point where Elladan and Sofia were captured by Mavlar & Damian - and rewrite the existing chapters. I wanted to tell you this via chapter announcement so you would not be confused when that time came.

In particular I plan on having things with the wicked Thuringwethil happen sooner (in a major way), continue to focus on Sofia/Elladan/Erik and Sofia's ultimate decision, and the mystery of Dawn's origens and the mutual attraction between her and a certain raven-haired elf ;)

I thank you for your patience and for reading this special 'lil story in the first place :) Hopefully you will bear with me and check out the changes once they come.

Thank you *all* for supporting my first story - you are all simply lovely creatures!

Con mucho amor,

The End?

You have reached the end of "A Vampire Slayer in Middle Earth" – so far. This story is incomplete and the last chapter was posted on 19 Apr 10.

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