The Vampire Diaries Contest Winner: The Sacrifice Begins...

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How will season two of The Vampire Diaries come to an end? You tell us, we asked readers in our first-ever fan fiction contest.

Below, TV Fanatic Dayna Barter depicts the concluding scene of the finale, taking her best guess as to how it will all go down...

Damon vs. Katherine

Klaus stands a few feet away, waiting for his circle of hooded witches to complete their last-minute preparations. When one of those cloaked figures approaches the altar, Elena renews her struggle against the bonds. The warlock smears a pungent oil over her forehead, the base of her throat, across her left wrist. Then, leaning over her body, he reaches for her right wrist.

Instead of warm oil, though, Elena feels the quick chill of metal, and the rope that has held her slackens. She glances up wildly, but a hand on her chest holds her still. Keeping his body between her and Klaus, the figure tilts his head slightly so Elena can see...

... Elijah!

He shakes his head almost imperceptibly, and, again, her fingers touch metal. Elijah presses the handle of the dagger into her palm and, wrapping her fingers around it, tucks the blade against her body, out of sight. Stepping away with a flourish, he turns, bowing low and deep to Klaus. The preliminaries thus completed, Elijah rejoins the circle as Klaus steps up to the altar and assumes center stage. He bellows:

"The sacrifice begins!"

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Vampire Diaries Quotes

Damon: You know what they are? Children. Like lighting a candle's going to make everything OK, or even saying a prayer. Or pretending Elena's not going to end up just like the rest of us murdering vampires. Stupid, delusional, exasperating little children. And I know what you're going to say: 'It makes them feel better, Damon.' So what? For how long? A minute, a day? What difference does it make? Because in the end, when you lose somebody, every candle, every prayer is not going to make up for the fact that the only thing you have left is hole in your life where that somebody that you cared about used to be. And a rock with a birthday carved into it that I'm pretty sure is wrong. So thanks, friend. Thanks for leaving me here to babysit. Because I should be long gone by now. I didn't get the girl, remember? I'm just stuck here fighting my brother and taking care of the kids. You owe me big.
Alaric: I miss you too, buddy.

All I know is that right now I wanna rip your clothes off right here in the middle of this hall and throw you in one of these classrooms and kiss every square inch of your body, while a bunch of people who drive minivans listen wishing they were us.