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Queen Of Witchcraft

Queen Of Witchcraft

Klaus Schilling

Rating: PG-13
Disclaimer: iDon’t Own Zoey 101 or any other of the shows or works of arts used for this story.
Abstract: Genres include spiritual, supernatural, mystery, horror, fluff, friends, drama, hurt & comfort.

The story occurs in the identified universe of a huge variety of current or past live action shows and movies produced for Nickelodeon channel, including but not restricted to Zoey 101, Drake & Josh, Unfabulous, Neds Declassified School Survival Guide, The iCarly Show, True Jackson VP, The Troop, House Of Anubis, Bigtime Rush, Victorious, Supah Ninjas, Bucket & Skinners Epic Adventures, How To Rock. There are no hard prerequisites for reading this story that exceed the content of the Wikipedia pages of the most important Nickelodeon live action shows, but general knowledge of the storyline of Zoey 101is certainly most appreciated.

The timeline starts with the canonical start of Zoey 101, Unfabulous, and Neds Declassified School Survival Guide, which is in the second season of Drake & Josh, and which predates all later shows. Summary: The story takes you through the life of untimely orphaned Malika Ritter — a guest character in The iCarly Show: iSpeeddate with a surname borrowed from the same actress’s recurring rôle in TeenNick production Gigantic — at Pacific Coast Academy where she is sent to middle school by her wealthy uncle. She develops an uncanny sixth sense and telekinetic abilities. But she needs to learn to handle those. Her decisions and the practice of her abilities change the story lines of Zoey 101 and and adjacent shows drastically.
Pairings include Malika Ritter / Matthew Palmer Noid (a guest character from Neds Declassified School Survival Guide: Upperclass Men), Zoey Brooks / Olivary Biallo (a guest character from Zoey 101: School Dance, Lola Martinez / Spencer (a guest character in Neds Declassified School Survival Guide: School Plays), Quinn Pensky / Simon Nelson Cook, Chase Matthews / Addie Singer, Logan Reese / Mercedes Griffin (from Bigtime Rush: Big Time Demo), Michael Barret / Wendy (a guest character in Drake & Josh: Number One Fan) …

Acknowledgements

The story is written for LiveJournal-Community Tamingthemuse, prompt Sixth Sense.

Contents

Chapter 1  Prologue

1.1  Orphaned

Hello, my name is Ritter … Malika Ritter, born in Seattle alias the Emerald City.

Malika is probably an Arabian word meaning something like queen. But what is a queen without a kingdom and underlings to rule over?

Anyways, my mother had died an untimely, but not unexpected death when I was eleven. I had got some uncanny vibes, but my mom had ignored them, and apparently had to pay dearly for her stubborn demeanour. Clearly, she could have avoided the car crash had she been aware of its possibility and avoided the pernicious road this one time.

Her brother, a rich single merchant of some sorts, had promised her to take care of me. Actually, an overly curious and sassy tween girl was probably not matching well into his life, especially his dubious hobbies and his many women. Thus I was sent to some boarding school, and apparently a really good one, with a beach, many facilities for sports and other hobbies, nice dormitory rooms, and the best teachers of Califoernia.

1.2  New At PCA

The school, from where my grandfather had graduated a bunch of decades ago, was known as Pacific Coast Academy, and it had been reserved for boys until some point, and this point was now. In other words, I was among the first girls studying here, which was not going to be some easy task.

When enrolling, I was not yet aware of the significance my ability to read bad vibes and dark omens would acquire, and, honestly, I was not really yet able to handle it, and I was often surprised by it. Apparently, I was not yet over the shock of having lost my mother because she had ignored my warnings. Apparently I needed to learn to live with my sixth sense, and the shocking incidence had not been very helpful.

Although I was surrounded by some thousand fellow students, I was feeling really alone, for the first time in my history — or so I believed. I was not the only new student here, as apparently all girls were new, but we were an eclatant minority.

My room was 153 Butler Hall, and, like all dormitory rooms, it had hitherto served boys only, which was apparently a bit awkward for us girl, but I would have to get accustomed to it. Like most halls, it was named after a sponsor or alumnus that had contributed signifiantly to its construction. And the fly papers had not lied, the rooms were really spacy and bright.

Usually, three kids were supposed to share a room, but I was assigned a room on my own. This was a consequence of the fact that the number of sixth grade girls currently enrolled was not divisible by three, and so there had to be some excess. But maybe I was going to be assigned a room mate during the following days, weeks, or months. Some kids lived off campus and did not even need a place in a dormitory room, and some arrived or deoparted during the term, which was certainly rare, but it happened from time to time.

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