lifted high and the sky and yelled, “Let's bring the northern lights!” she said.
“The what?” he asked
` “The northern lights, there the lights that reflect from the sun” she looked down at him as if there was something. The sun setting and going around the other side of the universe making the dark sky sparkle with lights made up of specks of stars.
Option A) [[ Ask if she needs help]]
Option B) [[Don't even bother, don't want to know what is going to happen]]
Birda asked for him to help but his response was quite clear, “Birda, I don’t want to, I can’t, I don’t feel sure of taking this on.” “What is it that you are afraid of?” she asked, “ I want to go back, I don’t want to take on being alone and going through who-knows-what” her voice was cracking with tears coming. Birda yelled back, “ it’s ok, my family did this job before, they helped with people finding the person they love, and every person that went through that process was scared at first. But they still did this journey anyway and reached success.’’ He helped with it and followed the motion that she was doing, he flew his arms in circles as if he was hugging someone.
[[continue -> ]] Ponera didn’t want to do any thing she wanted to turn back but she knew she couldn’t. She felt butterflies in her stomach and her whole body tingling with fear, she thought of the possibilities of this being a whole trick and led to some strange place that would lead her to feeling more fright. But what but more butterflies in her stomach even more would be her thinking maybe she would be an actual failure, just like her dad said.
[[conitinue -> Ask if she needs help]] He came closer and closer gathering more to go to the other world but then he felt something.
He tried to come closer but he felt a jolt in his suit. Ponera stood there stiff and started and trying to pull his legs back but they couldn’t move. His suit isn't working and his oxygen had plateaued to 1 percent. He tried to yell but his lungs were too busy holding tight, he tried to make noise with the clap that he made with his hands but it didn’t work. Birda was using her wings as if she was wrapping or bringing together something. He fell to his knees and put one hand on the cold snow, making his hands numb. He stood there and saw the blur of light-blocking all of his vision then he naped to the ground and laid there passed out. “Isn’t this amazing!” she screamed, there was no reply, “Ponera!?” she looked down and couldn’t see much but a speck of grey almost blending in with the wintery snow. It looked like from fifty feet up in the air he was looking up shocked at the lights in the northern sky but he looked to still. She went down to check on him but he wasn’t there looking up at the sky, Ponera was there on the ground. Her heart jumped and lifted her wings high to get back to the lights.
She went back to the process of swerving the lights mixing all the flowing colors. “I think it’s ready,” she told herself, she looked back down at the ground gleaming with all the colors on the ground reflecting from the sky. The colors flew in the direction that Birda was going in and soon got to the boy, she hovered over him and having the lights follow her in ever direction and picked him.
Ponera woke up and looked at the sky, discovering that he was in a place that he had never discovered. He could already feel the air coming back to him but it just seemed different then what she had been smelling at home. The aroma smelled like a hint of lavender that had just bloomed. The sky was blue and bright bringing her a nice feeling of a swift of a warm calmness feeling cooling down her speeding heart race and her cold shivering body. He was standing on a rocky ledge with just a few inches of the surrounding Ponera.
He got up quietly and looked around, there he was in the middle of nowhere and started to panic. He couldn’t find Birda either, “Birda?!” there was a silent and yelled again and which soon became screaming after beginning through all the fear of him being lost. Things started to get real quiet and soon there was a whisper in his mind, “be calm.” The voice came again “it’s Birda.” Ponera was wooden and didn’t move a single inch, “I am going to be helping you through the process of finding your mother.” she said in a way as if her mother was there. “The courses take place in different and extraordinary planets that have never been dreamed of. All planets though aren't all that you think they are, some can be as evil as a devil while a couple will just take your very knowledge. ” she made this very straightforward and simple as could be, but Ponera new there was a long road ahead of him. He sat down on the cold stone ground and asked,
“So, where am I then?”
“You are in planet Oasis,” she said not in a way Ponera would have liked her to say it
“What do I have to do?”
“You have to fight the stars,” she said
“What does that mean?”
“That, I can not tell you, but I can tell you this: that after you fight the stars that make a wall, after it leads to something that you will need later” she was worried for the poor boy but she had to leave him. Ponera looked around, scared and left with nothing. But after Birda's talk, there was something in the air that seemed to have changed. Seeing the landscape round and round after spinning and looking around the rocks seemed to have changed by going all in one direction. He looked back on the rock river and saw one coming directly in his way. After it came right of him and jumped on to him, the rock fell on the side he jumped in but as quickly as possible leaving Ponera did he was able to balance it out. Ponera sat there wondering where he had been led off to. He gently was riding until there was a bright light that was panting over them with yellow. He covered half of his face having the shadow help his eyesight to see what the light was but, she couldn’t see anything. She looked down and covered herself as protection. She looked at the ground and there was nothing but a shadow that looked like the shape of a star. She uncovered herself and her rock came to a stop and there was more light, she looked up with her hand in the air and saw an illuminating barrier of stars. She looked down again giving her eyes a break, then there was a rumble, pebbles, were starting to go up and down and falling off the ground, she didn’t know what to do. She looked at the opposite side of the brightness and saw ashes of light fall and the mini stars falling into the rocks.
As she turned around the light loosened up the darkness and was able to see a long sharp sword on a stand made of gold.
[[continue]]The stars came towards him, the first thing that came to his mind was to run and then, the rocks come past him flying in the same direction. He saw one coming and as fast as he could catch the rock. It came directly into her palm and throwing the rock at the stars. She looked back and it seemed like there was just a couple more that seemed to have survived. He needed a couple more from the ones that have been up in the air. She looked to the right of her and there were two more. She didn’t know if she could do two swings in one moment but she had to try.
Option A [[ Think about where you are going to through it ]]
Option B [[ Use it as a cover and just hope that you don’t get hurt ]]
He found a flat rock and could hear the stars falling faster and faster by the minute. He held it by the side of him and kept finding little tiny rocks to throw at the wall of stars. Birda called him and she said to find one with a gold spoton the top of it. He felt so mad, he didn’t want to find a little tiny dot and have the chance of dying already. She looked and looked and kept tricking herself and the dot was gold between yellow ashes. She kept looking in one section and finally found the gold dot.
[[He saw the rocks coming to hit her]]He could hear the rush of the stars passing him and he felt scared, he wanted to hide and cover his head. And he did so and through it behind his back like a backpack and squeezed the rock, making his knuckles white. He felt one star ricatea of his flat rock. He crouched even more making him like a little chinchilla, he made every side of his body tucked inside in the middle of his chest. He looked to the other side of him and saw more and more ashes with stars coming down with fire attached to the end of them. “Bang, bang” it was coming down hard and he didn’t know when it was going to stop. Ponera didn’t know at first what it was, but he soon found out it was Birda. Birda’s voice was aperied at the right time, her voice was a bit blurry but he could still her here calm voice that made him feel a bit calmer. She said to use the flat rock as a shield and through the rocks back.
[[continue->He saw the rocks coming to hit her]]
He saw them coming closer and closer and then threw it as hard as he could tossing himself forward. On to another rock falling off off the edge, he could see the sward shining. He pulled himself forward and having half of his body on the rock and grabbing the other side swinging up his legs. The rock evened out, and the rocks went back to the normal pace, Ponera looked back and down at the falling stars that were starting to fade. He turned around soon enough there was the sword. He stood up carefully and jumped on the platform and took the sword. He quickly left and went on a floating rock. HE took the note off the sword and read what it said.
You shall take care of it with all the love you can give it.
Shall the sword will come in great use if you use your wit.
The sword is a gift
He looked at the sward and again then what was coming ahead of him. There was a dark cave that was giving him the chills. The voice of Birda came again, “The last challenge is now, you shall defeat this and you will have the chance to open the gate to see your mother. She is waiting for you at ... ” Her voice was fading and Ponera looked back at the cave and walked in. The cave was empty and saw at the end vaguely little peaks of light at the end of the cave. It still was dark from where she had started. A rock sliding door crept behind her he looked back and couldn’t feel the crisp and cool air and hear the trees rustling with the crickets chirping. He started to walk back again at his slow pace until he slipped and fell into a hole. His stomach dropped filling it up with loads of butterflies, his body shut down he was too nervous about what would happen next. In the next 2 seconds, he fell in to somewhere with no light at all.
He tried to recover to be aware of what would happen next, his back on the other hand was
holding back from coming up to stand up. A rush of tears come up ready to come out like a waterfall. He felt hopeless, feeling not ready to fight back against the luck that just put him in this situation. He wondered if what he did next will leave him in a deeper despair ready to not actually see her mother. He looked down and drugged into his neese crying making two patches of wet tears in his jeans. He looked up seeing the cave blurry because of the tears that he had made in the last 5 minutes, he wiped his eyes and stretched his back and stood up.
He turned around and was able to see that right next to him there were piles of bones still hanging with raw meat. There was a flicker of some sort, is was a torch-lit up a tiny corner of the room, it started to go around the room. Ponera got dizzy at looking at every single one until the chance of light stopped and came to a halt at a dark dragon.
Its giant paw came into the light and then glared at Ponera, “It’s okay,” he said coaxingly. The dragon kept coming closer and Ponera was afraid of what would happen next but then, something came to his mind.
He needed to use the sword somehow as a tool to tame the dragon. The sword glowed and he swung it near the dragon. It got scared for a moment but still came closer to her. He lifted it and swung it again.
Option A [[ Use the sword and kill it]]
Option B [[ try to climb up a rope that you see in the distance]]
The dragon is not listening to you and you don’t want to try again because you don’t want to take the risk of getting it even more furious. He pulled the sword up the sword above your head ready to swing right in the middle of his skull. He had messed with the wrong person, ready to swing he whimpers and stepped back. Comitting murder was the quickest thing to do, he had to see his mother, but this dragon never got the chance have the opertunitie like he did. He in fact had no mother still around or any family which made him loney, who lived in a deep, dark pit. But he thought to himself “ what was I kidding” and cut his head. He herd little chimes coming his way, he looked towards the top where the light vaguely came down which had the northern lights were flowing his way.
Soon enough they carried him and the flow of colors wrapped around them and the protal took awhile, Ponera was starting to get concerned about where he was about to land.
The lights unwrapped Ponera letting him stand in the middle of where he stared, home. He yelled for the lights to come back but they just flew away.
[[Continue!]]He came closer and closer, the dragon still had no fear of Ponera. Ponera kept taking big steps back hoping there wouldn't be a wall that he would bump into anytime soon. But either way he knew the dragon was going to follow him anyway. The dragon’s face was narly and had scars splattered all over.Ponera was looking everywhere so he could escape. IN the dark it was hard for him to see, he could only makeout shouted.
He was looking desperately and finally found a big thick rope that thankfully reached the of the cave. He stared into the dragon’s eyes and gave him a mean look making the dragon even more furriouse, he snapped at him but ponera ducked. She dropped down and pounced back up and ran sward the rope. He made sure he got a good distance from the dragon, letting him have time to climb the rope.
He reached the rope and started to climb, he got up high and the dragon couldn’t reach her because he had no wings. He continued climbing with all his strength without having the thought of falling back down back in the hole. He started to feel a tug and looked down and back up and thought he had missed seeing something at the bottom of the rope. It was the dragon who was pulling the rope. He sliced the rope and kept climbing. For the past minute or so he saw on the left of him pebbles falling from the ground. It was the dragon still fighting you climbed even faster until you get to the top.
He reached the top with a big pull and stood up looking at the gate. He heard something again and alas! It was the dragon. He swung the sword once more and he bowed.
The next time though she bowed at Ponera and he bowed back to show honesty and respect, the dragon kneeled beside him Ponera got on.
They flew out at the dark pit and flew toward the light. I opened a couple of feet before they reached it. Ponera hadn’t felt happier than what he was feeling now. He looked toward the gate until 2 guards pulled up in front of them. “Sir, you can’t pass you will have to show the sword,” Ponera looked at the sword not wanting to let it go but he did. He looked at the gate. There was the final gate that opened and saw a beautiful lady dressed in colors of blue. Ponera immediately ran to her stopped right in front of her and hugged her.
“Hello, Ponera” she hugged him back
“Mom, you’re here” Ponera started to cry
“I missed you so much” she looked down at him and said,
“Are you going to stay with me?” Ponera looked at her and said “yes”
His mother took her arm around him hugging him on the side and they continued to walk until they were walking on the sidewalk. It was so sunny and bright out and saw the whole grassy blanketed empty field. The one tree that they sat next to them and they laid down looking at the clouds. They rested there for a while feeling the misty air of the bay and her mom holding his hand. I felt so nice to be back home and with someone that he had been missing.
“I missed you for so long, that I thought you might have forgotten me” she looked at him and smiled.
“ Well I would always ask myself the same but if you remembered me, but since Birda came I was in great relief that you still missed me,” he said.
Ponera and his mother were together ever since then, away from all the crazy ness and the obstacles that life had thrown at him but with his mother there right beside him, he was as happy as could be. The king, however, was still powerful and was vain but inside after Ponera left, he then realized what he had done wrong. THe king regretted how he had treated him but Ponera had no other choice but to leave although in the end he found the real person that he loved the most that felt like a real family.
The endTHE END