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One Day You'll Meet Him is the seventh issue of Arc 1: The Twelve Portals and the seventh overall issue of the W.I.T.C.H. comics.


Cornelia secretly travelled to Meridian to see Elyon and met a Murmerer named Caleb. A magical blast created a strong earthquake, which lead the four remaining girls to Metamoor to help out their friends.


Will went to the Olsen's Pet Shop. Inside, she was assigned to guard the shop while Matt's grandfather took care of a special patient at home.

While doing her homework, Will was greeted by a woman looking for Matt. Upon finding out that he was not here, she wrote a note and ordered Will to give it to Matt when he arrived. When looking at the note, Will found out that the woman, Jackie, wanted to kiss Matt, angering her. Upon leaving the shop, Will thought about not wanting Matt to see that note.

Meanwhile, Irma and Hay Lin demanded Taranee to tell them who her mystery date was, but she refused as her brother, Peter, went into her room telling her that her date had arrived.

Taranee's date was Nigel, one of the delinquents in the museum incident. Her mother, who was watching from a window, strongly disliked Nigel as she was judge on the boys' case. Peter reassured her that he is out of the gang. Outside, Taranee and Nigel were tossing snowballs to each other.

Cornelia she asked her mother if she could go out now that she has finished her homework. Her mother allowed it if only Cornelia cleans up her room. After cleaning her room, Cornelia found her diary and looks at the part about Elyon.

A flashback to when Cornelia won third place in a figure skating competition. Afterward, Elyon asked her if she turned down Pete's invitation. Cornelia replied she did because of the boy in her dreams. In a park, they were talking about the boy and Elyon gave Cornelia a drawing of the boy from Cornelia's dream, with the dedication "One day you'll meet him".

After the flashback, Cornelia went to Will to get help for Elyon. She wanted to know why she has changed and planed to go to Meridian to talk to her face to face about it. Will commented that it was a crazy plan. Cornelia tried to get help from Irma and Hay Lin, but they didn't agree with her because it was dangerous.

Turned down, Cornelia went to Ye Olde Bookshop by herself. She saw Vathek and transformed to fight him. However, he wasn't going to fight with her because he had seen what Cedric had done and said that he plans to fight Phobos in order to bring peace in Meridian. After hearing that Caleb wanted the papers, Cornelia began to ponder about that name and went with Vathek to Meridian.

Meanwhile, Elyon wanted Cedric to explain why he attacked Will after she saved him. She ordered him to leave her alone as she wanted to know why the people of Meridian were trying to leave. Phobos, the cruel prince of Meridian, asked Cedric why he let Elyon go. He replied that she had doubts and Phobos ordered him to make her understand and that she mustn't join the rebellion because of his plans to absorb her.

Cornelia went to Meridian through a fountain. Upon meeting with Caleb, she discovered that he was the boy in her dreams. The Meridianites made insulting comments about Cornelia because she was not one of them. Just then, Vathek informed Caleb that the soldiers were coming for the attack and was ordered to take a group with him while the others follow Caleb. While escaping, Cornelia heard a voice she knew and it was Elyon's. Elyon was captured and Cornelia came to her rescue. They combined forces and together their powers caused an earthquake in Meridian and in Heatherfield.

In Kandrakar, Luba was angered because of what Cornelia and Elyon had done and that the Guardians were not doing their duty. The Oracle decided to let them find themselves their destiny.

Meanwhile, in Heatherfield, Irma, Taranee, and Hay Lin were talking about the earthquake when they saw Will wearing the same clothes as Jackie was when she met Will. When Irma asked Will about that, Will just replied that she wanted to change her look. Hay Lin almost forgot why they were meeting like this, but she had the word "map" written on her hand as a reminder. She showed that there was a portal that had a connection to the earthquake. When Taranee asks to wait for Cornelia, Hay Lin replied that she tried to call her, but to no avail, as unbeknownst to the girls, she she went Meridian to meet with Elyon.

Meanwhile, Cornelia and Elyon were hiding in a house. The former told the latter that the reason for her arrival was to remind Elyon that they were friends, best friends. Elyon told Cornelia that they can be friends again. She sadly told her that because of the bad things she had done, she didn't know who she is: in Heatherfield, she had nothing, while in Meridian, she was a princess in a world where she was not wanted. Cornelia reassured Elyon that they'll fix everything together. Just then, Caleb arrived to tells Elyon that Meridian was looking for her light and that the rebellion is ready to serve her. In the underground subway of Meridian, Will, Irma, Taranee, and Hay Lin found themselves trapped in a whirlpool. Will activated the Heart of Kandrakar to transform as they were going to a whirlpool.

Meanwhile, Cornelia mentioned going back to Heatherfield and closing the portal. Elyon asked Caleb why he was helping her if he knows about her. He asked if Elyon even knows who she is.

Caleb made an announcement to the people of Meridian about Elyon, the legitimate heir to the throne. She was then greeted by the people. Just then, the guards came and Caleb and his army fought them. Just then, Will, Irma, Taranee, and Hay Lin arrived and fought the guards. The former asked Cornelia what was going on.

Meanwhile, Phobos punished Cedric for failing him. When Cedric mentioned giving the people what they asked for, Phobos replied to allow that, but on one condition that Cedric's last failure will be the last.


  • Edited by Valentina De Poli
  • Concept by Francesco Artibani and Paola Mulazzi
  • Script by Paola Mulazzi
  • Layout by Stefano Turconi
  • Pencils by Manuela Razzi
  • Inks by Marina Baggio and Roberta Zanotta
  • Color and light direction by Barbara Canepa
  • Cover art by Gianluca Panariello
    • with colors by Andrea Cagol