All of them would be there to honor their fallen hero. Seriously, am I the only one thinking this would be a great idea for a fanfic? She is merely ten years old when she meets him for the first time. To him, she is but a child, not a royal and still far from unimportant. She thinks he is her first crush. She is twelve when she stops looking for signs. Many times her hand has lingered over the phone, shaking and wondering. She is only a child, but a powerful one.
Would the Justice League ignore a single innocent request from a young queen? All she wants is to know where he is, how he is, if he is still there. She is sixteen when she sees him again, separated from his smile by a T. She never listened to the lies told about the Justice League, because how could they be bad if they risked their lives every day for the chance of saving maybe only one.
To maybe give a second chance of life to a small girl a cold day in November. She is sixteen, only days older, and that was the last time she saw him. The boy in yellow is no longer her hero. Still so alike but still not the same. Never the same smile. No one tells her and no one invites her to say goodbye. Also, did anyone else get the feeling that Perdita had a tiny crush on Kid Flash? Like, nothing too big, but maybe she watches him on the news sometimes and stuff?
During a mission in Vlatava to capture a criminal who had fled to the country, Bart Allen falls head over heels over Queen Perdita and takes every oppurtunity to woo her. She does not reciprocate his feelings.
Wally West, who was asked to come for negotiations, does not notice the advances the now teenaged Queen makes on him. Bart spends most of the mission trying to figure out why the Queen likes Wally more than him. But honestly, I cannot help but love one character who appeared in one scene in YJ, and is a Greg Weisman original.
This badass little girl is only about She has no parents, and she has a heart condition that was nearly fatal to her.
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And she handles it well. Artemis is not happy about this.
Like hell he is , Artemis thinks. Wally deflated. It said, go ahead and try this if you want to be single , or go ahead and try this if you want me to key your car. It became useful when there was trace Zeta Beam tech that indicated Krolateans were in Vlatava. Queen Perdita has had many royal duties since she became queen at a young age. She has had help from staff and a regent, and she is incredibly intelligent and mature for her age to handle it, with increasing responsibilities and lessons each year.
Yet it also means that she missed out on much of her childhood, like hanging out with people her age and watching Disney movies and the like. Okay, so since there has been a 5 year timeskip since we last saw them, Billy Batson and Queen Perdita must be about 15 years old now. Even more fun is that misterI'mtottalynotaspeedsterwhobustedac ertaincount'splans has to outlive endless assassination attempts from his soon to be Uncle-in-law.
Perdita, the lost girl
Keep reading. He treated her well, for appearances and because Vertigo did not view her as a threat to the throne. By the time Count Vertigo made an attempt on her life, Queen Perdita expected it- but could not help but feel a bit disappointed and betrayed by it. FFN AO3. Was completely tempted to put Traci 13 into YJ for this, but I decided to go a different direction. Thank you for your praise! She had a smile on her face, gentle and stunning. She seemed so mature, so well put together, so calm. Jaime supposed she would have to be.
After all, running a country seemed like it would take a lot of work, preparedness, and maturity.
Pongo immediately runs down to the attic to see Perdita who is exhausted from giving birth and tellS her the good news. Perdita, relived that their puppies are safe, then drifts off to sleep with her mate and her new litter. During the program, Perdita interacts with her children; telling Lucky to get down from the TV, reminding Rolly that they have just had dinner and scolding Patch for his coarse language.
When the show ends, Perdy decides to send her puppies to bed while she and Pongo are taken on a walk to the park. However in their absence, two thugs named Jasper and Horace Badun break into their house and dognap the puppies. When they discover the theft, Perdita is absolutely devastated over the loss of her children. After both Roger and Antia and Scotland Yard fail to find the pups, Pongo and Perdy decide to take matters into their own paws and use the Twilight Bark to find out the location of their puppies. They eventually receive word that the puppies are being held at Hell Hall in Suffolk.
When they hear that Hell Hall belongs to the De Vil family, they immediately realize that Cruella had been orchestrating the theft all along. They quickly set off on a perilous journey across the english countryside, facing the harsh winter weather among other hazards. When they arrive at Hell Hall, they meet a sheepdog called the colonel who informs them that the puppies are inside the house along with his associate Sgt Tibbs.
The two quickly burst in through the window of house just as Jasper and Horace are about to kill their puppies. The pair proceed to viciously fend off the Baduns while the puppies escape with Tibbs. Perdita, in particular pulls Horace's coat over his head to blind him while she pulls up the rug he is standing on, causing him to land in the fireplace and burn his butt, which then causes Horace to run in pain towards Jasper sending them both into the wall, causing the roof to come down on top of them. After the battle, Pongo and Perdita make their way to the Colonel's H.
They also discover that in addition to their litter of 15, Cruella had also stolen 84 other puppies and, to their horror, she was planning on having them all killed and skinned for their fur to make a coat. When the Baduns are spotted approaching the barn, they quickly thank the Colonel and his associates before leaving.
Together, the family sets off for London, trying desperatly to evade Cruella and her henchmen while also dealing with the harsh winter weather. Eventually, the family is found by a collie who directs them to a dairy bar for food and shelter. They enter the barn hungry and exhausted and are greeted by the local cows. When the puppies start asking for food, Perdita is unsure what to do.
Luckily, the cows offer to give the puppies their milk.
Perdita soon falls asleep with her mate and her puppies. The next morning, the family makes it to the small village of Dinsford where they meet a labarbor who informs them that there is a van parked in the village that's bound for London and has enough room for all the family. Unfortunately, Cruella suddenly appears, patrolling the village in her car while her henchmen search on foot. Perdita worries about how to get past the villains until Pongo gets an idea from watching Patch and Lucky fight in a nearby soot pile. When Pongo starts rolling in the soot, Perdita immediately questions what he is doing.
He then reveals his marvelous plan to her; using the soot to disguise themselves as black labradors to seek past Cruella and her underlings. When the puppies ask their mother if they should get themselves dirty in the soot, she reluctantly tells them to do as their farther says to which the pups happily oblige. When the family is finished disguising themselves, they make their way to the van in groups of six aided by the Labrabor. Perdita goes with one of the groups and is told to get on board by the Labrador when the engines start driving up.
Unfortunately, Cruella sees through their disguise and alerts her henchmen. Pongo quickly gets the last puppy on board with the help of Perdita and they escape in the van. Just when they think their safe, Perdita is horrified to see Cruella, now mad to the point of mental breakdown, in hot pursuit. All she and the rest of her family can do is watch in horror as Cruella tries to ram the van off road with her car, and catches one of the puppies just as he is about to fall out of the van when rounding a corner.
They eventually make it back home where they enjoy a happy reunion with their owners. Perdita them joins in with her family and owners singing "Dalmatian Plantation" as the film ends. Perdita plays a much smaller role in this direct to DVD sequel as it focuses more on Patch, one of the puppies. During the beginning, she inquires Patch on why he is sitting in front of the TV when it isn't switched on, to which he replied that he is saving his sitting spot for when his favourite show The Thunderbolt Adventure Hour is on.
She then tells Patch that his show isn't on till dinnertime. Their conversation is interrupted when Nanny rings the dinner bell and Patch is swept away by the swarm of puppies running toward the kitchen. Later, Perdita joins her family in moving to their new "Dalmatian Plantation".
Perdy herself is particularly happy that they will be as far away as possible from the cluches of Cruella De Vil. She and the other Dalmatians are unaware however that they have left Patch behind.
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