I Shall Be Queen

Jessica Frost has turned into an immortal villian, and her adventures are slowly goring dangerously intense.


Author's note

I accidentally deleted the last one so here's the sequel again.

3. Death Has Risen

Chapter Three: Death Has Risen

When Jessica rose from her grave, at first, she was confused about everything. She had a long black dress that went to her ankles. She had a scythe in one hand. What had happened? Why was she in a grave? Who was she?

She stared at her headstone.


She remembered now.

Then Jack came up behind her and saw her standing before her headstone. He didn’t recognize her from behind.

“Who are you?” he said.

Without turning, she said, “I was a princess, before I died.”

Jack recognized her voice and was taken aback. “J-Jessica? How-How are you alive?”

“I rose up.”

“Jessica, I can’t believe you’re alive!”

“I’m alive. I’m afraid I must go. I hope to see you soon.”

Then she vanished before his eyes, her scythe falling to the ground. She appeared to her mother quickly and briefly, and Elsa raced out of the palace, calling to Jack, “Jack, I saw her!”

“So did I. Elsa, I hate to say it, but she’s not coming back.”

“What do you mean?”

“I mean she’s finished the process.” He took a deep breath. “She’s pure villain. She can’t be stopped.” He took her scythe and put it into a display case in the royal treasury.

Jessica was in Villain Alley. She saw Murdera and said, “Hello, Murdera.”

Murdera jumped and said, “Jess?”

She recognized Jessica, as she had spent enough time with her to recognize her anywhere.

“I’m here.”

“I’ll go tell the others.” She began to run but stopped suddenly, and turned to Jessica, who was still standing as though she were frozen. “If it pleases you, my lady.”

“Yes,” Jessica replied. “Go tell the others.”

She came back with the other villains in about 30 seconds. They all went into the form they usually did when their leader demanded their presence in front of her: straight lines going vertically with whomever they were facing in rows of three.

Jessica then spoke. “I assume you all know Lilith Killoran?”

“Yes, we know her,” Murdera said. “So?”

“She’s the one that rose me up. In a ritual. The Rite of Infernality.”

The Rite of Infernality was the most dangerous ritual to do. Once the ritual was done, you would rise from the Underworld as either Queen of the Underworld, which was the most dangerous of any queen, or as a demon.

There was only one queen of the Underworld, and it was rare that someone was chosen as that position. When someone was chosen as queen, they would rule until the Man in the Moon picked a new queen. However, this would be the last year that Man in the Moon chose a queen. Once Man in the Moon chose a queen, she would be the queen of the Underworld forever.

If someone wasn’t chosen as queen, they would become a demon, although they would take their former shape of a human. Jessica had been chosen as a queen, since she was already half-demon, thanks to her curse.

“Which one were you chosen as?” Murdera asked warily.

“Queen,” Jesica replied.

The villains looked at each other instantly, and then turned back to Jessica.

Slowly, Murdera began to curtsy, but Jessica quickly stopped her by holding her hand up. Murdera was frozen, she couldn’t move. Then Jessica, using her new magic, forced her to stand up.

“Do not curtsy to me, just because I am Queen of the Abyss,” she said. “It should not change how you treat me.”

“Yes, my queen,” Murdera said, bowing her head.

“We’ll show my parents that we aren’t to be messed with,” Jessica declared.  “We’ll make sure that they pay for EVERYTHING they’ve done to us!”

The villains cheered.

“Let’s go!”

Jack was asleep when he awoke to the doors opening. He slowly got out of bed and grabbed a knife to defend himself with. He went down the hallways, searching for the intruder. He heard hushed voices to his right and went that direction. However, as soon as he got close to the voices, they went silent. He hid behind a wall and showed himself just enough so that he could see down the hallway.No one.

He quietly went back to his room and fell asleep beside Elsa.

Meanwhile, the Warriors of Hell had broken into the palace.

When everyone in the palace woke up, they awoke to find the entire place in a mess: the knight uniforms all disassembled, the throne room frozen over. The only things that weren’t broken were the things in the bedrooms. Jessica’s things weren’t touched, either. It made no sense.

“Why would she do this? What did they do to her?” Elsa said to Jack in despair.

“I don’t think it’s what THEY did to her, Elsa.”

“Then why is she doing this? I know that Jessica would never do something bad unless she had a reason for it.”

“Elsa, remember, she’s finished the conversion. The process is done. She’ll do things without a reason, without a motive. She’s CHANGED, Elsa, more than I want her to. But she’s gone, Elsa. She’s, well, a villain.”

“I wish she never became a villain.”

“We all do, sis, we all do,” Anna said, coming up to them.

Lilith was in the shadows, watching and hearing every conversation.

Meanwhile, in Villain Alley, Jessica was calling all of the Warriors of Hell together with a loud whistle that snapped everyone to attention. They all lined up and called to attention.

“There will be a day where we rule Arendelle. Where we will rule the entire kingdom.”

“Where YOU rule the entire kingdom, Jess,” Murdera said mournfully.

“What do you mean?”

“You’re next in line to the throne, Jess. We’ll be gone, as in dead, by the time you declare the throne rightfully,” Carrie said. She was a member of the Warriors of Hell, as Jessica had Carrie join.

“No, you won’t. You know why?”


“Carrie, you’re immortal, too.”


“Yeah. You rose up from the dead, and once you rise up from the dead, you’re an immortal. I was born an immortal because I have an immortal father. I know how I can turn all of you immortal,too.”


“The Ritual of Three Angels. It makes you immortal when you rise up from the dead. Carrie was strong enough to do it on her own, but I don’t think any of you are that strong. All we need is the Angels’ Orb.”

“How do we do the ritual?” a young villain asked.

Jessica smiled. “All I need to do is get the Angels’ Orb from Lilith. It won’t be easy, but I think I can persuade her.”

“Jess, are you crazy? Lilith is the most dangerous sorceress in the world! If you tick her off-” Murdera stopped.

“She wouldn’t dare curse a royal. Why do you think she hasn’t cursed my father yet for all the stupid things he’s done? Because she respects royalty.”

Carrie sighed. “Okay, but I’m going to help you.”

Jessica replied, “Alright, Carrie. You can come with. Everyone else, STAY HERE. I’ll be back with the Orb.”

She then turned on her heel, her dress billowing around her and then flowing close to her ankles once more as she walked, Carrie following. Jessica called behind her, “Murdera, you’re in charge while Carrie and I are gone!”

“Yes, my queen!” Murdera called back.

Within a few seconds, Carrie and Jessica were gone, in broad daylight.


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