I looked around amazed. It was like we had just travelled through some type of worm whole. Never mind it was like, we actually had. 

"You are standing in the realm of the great Lord Gusten, ruler of the black forest and you are trespassing, you are under the royal guard arrest." I moved my hand to my gun, waiting for the orders. The rest of the group tensed up too.

"Now my dear fellow. I think you have gotten the wrong idea." Z.Z Shaw said to him, quickly."For you see, we are... Peace Keepers!"

"Peace Keepers? What land do you descend from?" 

"Um... we come from the land of... London!" 

"I have not heard of this land... How long did it take you." 

"Oh trust me, not that long at all." she brought her hand down, and I relaxed my gun. We had either landed in some Hollywood movie set, or we were back in time in the Medieval times.

"Right. Well. So be it. You will stay here, while I inform the King of your arrival." The knight shouted, and with that he turned round and trotted off. 

"That was weird." Aryana said, stood next to me. I nodded. 

"Right. Sergeant you come with me, were going to scout the area. Captain you stay here and make this clearing safe. The rest of you, help. Cutler.. try and figure out how we got here. Maybe there's a way back." Z.Z said to us. We all nodded to our assignments, and she crept off into the trees with the Sergeant. 

"Any ideas so far, on how we got here?" The Lieutenant said. I looked around, the clearing we were stood in. 

"I think, maybe a wormhole." I said to them, looking up.

"Care to explain?" Aryana said, walking over.

"A wormhole is a hypothetical topological feature of spacetime that would be, fundamentally, a "shortcut" through spacetime." I said to them. "A wormhole is, in theory, much like a tunnel with two ends each in separate points in spacetime. There has been no observational evidence for wormholes, but on a theoretical level there are valid solutions to the equations of the theory of general relativity which contain wormholes. The theory of general relativity predicts that if traversable wormholes exist, they could allow time travel, which seems to be what we have done." 

"Cutler. For real." The Lieutenant said, laughing. "As if we understood that. Explain it in our language please." 

I sighed. 

"It looks like we have gone through a tunnel which has took us from our time, to this time. Though that's just a guess. Like I said, there is not actual evidence for them." I said. 

"I think this is evidence enough." They all walked off to do there jobs, and I looked round for a hint backwards. Pulling a small machine in my pack, I stuck it into the ground. Instantly it began to analyse it. 

"Guys, just so you know were in year 851." I shouted.

"No way. For real?" Aryana gasped. "That can't be right." She came over, crouched down and scanned over the small machine stuck in the ground.

"And this isn't broken or anything?" She said, looking up at me.

"I'll do some checks, but I doubt it." I said back. 

"It says here that the location is unrecognisable. How is that possible? Wouldn't it still recognise it, no matter what year we are in?" she asked me, and I bent down to study it.

Sure enough, it said unrecognisable location. 

"I don't think were on Earth any more." I whispered, brushing my fingers through my blonde hair.


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