Magic Always Comes with a Price. Always. (OUAT) (S2)

With the curse broken, life as Hazelle knows it, is about to change. After going to a new land, meeting interesting people, coming home, and trying to keep normal people from coming into Storybrooke, Hazelle is about to see what being a hero is all about. Can she handle it? Is she strong enough? Will she fall in love? Read and find out. I only own my OCs.

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6. Tallahassee

We finally got to the beanstalk and I just tuned out the conversations going on around me. I didn't really care to hear anything that Hook said because I have this feeling that he's using us. I'm not letting my guard down around him no matter what. I finally tuned back in when Emma said something about climbing the beanstalk.

 

“How are we going to get up there?” Emma asked.

 

“I've got one of these. Cora was to accompany me. So... Which one of you five lovelies shall take her place? Hm? Go on, fight it out. Don't be afraid to, you know, really get into it.” Hook replied as he showed us a bracelet.

 

I didn't really care to climb the beanstalk, but I was concerned if Emma or Mary-Margaret went with him. I just happen to be swinging my arms when I noticed a bracelet on my wrist. I know it wasn't there when I got here, but I guess that since we're in the Enchanted Forest, then maybe it appeared by magic. Emma finally told us that she was going, so Mulan told her to follow her. Me being me, I followed them.

 

“This (Mulan indicated the pouch that Emma was holding)- powder made from poppies. He has to inhale it.” Mulan explained to Emma.

 

“And your sword- how strong is it?” Emma asked.

 

I'm so confused right now. Why would Emma ask Mulan that?

 

“The most powerful blade in all the realms.” Mulan replied.

 

“Is it strong enough to cut through that beanstalk?” Emma asked.

 

What the hell? Is she really asking what I think she's asking?

 

“Indeed.” Mulan nodded.

 

“Give me ten hours. If I'm not back, you cut it down and keep going.” Emma said.

 

“Snow won't like that.” Mulan told us.

 

I didn't know what to say, but I knew that I couldn't let her do this alone. I walked away from Mulan and Emma, and went to inspect the beanstalk. I didn't notice that both girls were watching me, but I just needed time to clear my head. I reached my hand out to touch the beanstalk, and instead of my hand bouncing off, it went right to the beanstalk. I was shocked, but then I thought about it and figured that it had to do with the bracelet.

 

“You do realize that you're not going alone right?” I questioned as Emma approached me.

 

“He only had one other bracelet Hazelle.” Emma replied.

 

“I don't need the bracelet when I have one of my own.” I bit back as I showed her mine.

 

“Where did you get that?” Hook asked as he walked over to us.

 

“Couldn't tell you because I don't even know. It just appeared on my wrist, and it allows me to touch the beanstalk.” I replied.

 

“I can't have both of my daughters doing something dangerous.” Mary-Margaret said.

 

“Both of us can handle ourselves. Plus, we can take him.” I reassured Mary-Margaret while pointing at Hook.

 

Mary-Margaret sighed but agreed. Emma, Hook, and I then touched the beanstalk and started our climb to the top. The climb was entertaining to say the least because Hook kept trying to read our minds.

 

“Do you ever shut up?” I asked because I was starting to get annoyed.

 

“Someone must've really hurt you, sweetheart.” Hook replied.

 

“No one hurt me, but if you don't shut the hell up, then you might just take a tumble off this damn beanstalk.” I growled back.

 

Hook went quiet after that, and I was shocked that he did as I asked.

 

Following the leader, the leader, the leader; We're following the leader wherever he may go
Tee dum, tee dee; A teedle ee do tee day; Tee dum, tee dee.” I started humming to myself.

 

“How do you know that tune?” Hook questioned.

 

“Why?” I questioned back.

 

“I've heard it before, but it's not possible that you know it unless you were there.” Hook replied.

 

“Well, if you must know, in our world, every fairy tale is a movie, and my favorite is Peter Pan. The lost boys sing that tune, and with it being catchy, it gets stuck in my head, so now I hum it from time to time.” I told him.

 

Hook just gave me a look before going back to being silent. After what seemed like forever, we finally reached the top. Emma and I were in shock once we got off the beanstalk. I almost laughed when Hook said something about seeing Emma's hand.

 

“My hand's fine.” Emma argued.

 

“Let him see your damn hand sis.” I growled.

 

I just wanted to get back home. I miss my family and I hope that everything is ok. I was pulled from my thoughts when Emma exclaimed, “Ah! Ow! What the hell is that?”

 

“It's rum.” I replied without a second thought, and without meaning to.

 

Hook gave me a weird look before turning his attention back to Emma.

 

“She's right and a bloody waste of it.” Hook finished.

 

Emma and Hook then started talking about who knows what, because I wasn't really listening, since I was looking all over the place until I heard Emma ask an odd question.

 

“Who's Milah on the tattoo?” Emma asked.

 

I glanced over and saw that Hook had a tattoo with Milah's name. I think it's sweet of him to do that for a girl.

 

“Someone from long ago.” Hook replied.

 

I knew right then that Milah must've been someone Hook loved.

 

“Where is she?” Emma questioned.

 

“She's gone.” Hook replied.

 

Why do I get the feeling that Gold had something to do with this?

 

“Gold. Rumpelstiltskin. He took more than your hand from you, didn't he? That's why you want to kill him.” Emma said.

 

“For someone who's never been in love, you're quite perceptive, aren't you?” Hook inquired.

 

“Maybe I was, once.” Emma replied.

 

Emma and I shared a look and both of us thought back to everything she went through with Neal. After the uncomfortable silence, we finally decided on a plan to get the giant to come out. Hook played his part as the bait and Emma and I got ready to throw the poppy powder. Emma threw the powder and when the giant hit the ground, it looked like he fell on Hook.

 

“Hook? Hook!” Emma and I hollered.

 

Hook popped up from behind the giant and said, “He's out cold. I didn't mean to upset you gals, but I think we make a great team.”

 

Emma and I got down off the statue and Emma told us, “Let's go steal a compass.”

 

As we were walking through the giant's castle, I was taking in my surroundings because I might not see it again after this.

 

“Whoa! Whoa! Whoa!” Emma hollered as she grabbed both Hook and I.

 

“It's about bloody time.” Hook told her.

 

“It's a trip wire. Quite a security system.” Emma responded.

 

“Thanks girl.” I told Emma.

 

“You would do the same for me.” Emma said back.

 

I tuned out anything else that was said and continued to look for the gold compass. While we were looking for the compass, the ground started to shake.

 

“Please tell me that he's not awake.” I said as I looked at Emma.

 

Somehow Hook ended up under some ruble, but Emma and I were more focused on the giant that had entered the room.

 

“Emma!” I hollered as the giant picked her up.

 

I didn't hear anything that was said between Emma and the giant because I was focused on finding something to help Emma. The giant finally dropped Emma, and both of us got the giant trapped in his cage.

 

I barely listened to anything that was said until the giant gave Emma the compass. I was relieved that we were close to going home and I couldn't wait. Emma said something about getting two favors and both the giant and I were confused.

 

“Hook.” Emma called as we pulled him from the ruble.

 

“You are bloody brilliant. Amazing. May I see it? The compass.” Hook told us, well, Emma really.

 

Emma showed him the compass and I knew that what was coming next would help us get home quicker. I watched as Emma shackled Hook to the wall and his expression was exactly as I thought they were.

 

“What are you doing? What are you doing?” Hook asked as he looked between Emma and I.

 

“Hook, I... We can't...” Emma started.

 

“Emma, Hazelle, look at me. Have I told you a lie? I brought both of you here. I risked my own safety to help you. The compass is in your hand. Why do this to me now?” Hook questioned.

 

“We can't take a chance that we're wrong about you.” I told Hook.

 

“We're sorry.” Emma finished.

 

“You're sorry? You're sorry? I got you here! I got you the compass!” Hook said as he started getting angry.

 

“Actually, Emma got the compass.” I clarified.

 

“Well, both of you are just going to leave me here to die? Have that beast to eat me, to crush my bones?” Hook questioned.

 

“He's not a beast. And you're not going to die. We just need a head start- that's all.” Emma said as we started to leave.

 

“Are you sure we're doing the right thing?” I asked Emma.

 

“It's okay girl. He'll follow us soon, but we need to get home.” Emma replied.

 

I nodded my head and continued to follow Emma.

 

“Swan. Swan! Hazelle!” we heard Hook holler as we left him with the giant.

 

I know deep down that we did the right thing, but for some reason I feel so guilty about it. Emma and I finally climbed down the beanstalk and saw Mary-Margaret and Mulan fighting. They stopped fighting when we told them too, and Mary-Margaret hugged the hell out of us. We finally decided to go get the dust from Cora and go home. I can't wait to get home because I really miss my family. 

 

Hazelle's outfit: http://www.polyvore.com/ouat_s2_e3/set?id=194752516

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