BC: Created by: Victoria, Courtney, & Laura
FC: A Journey
1: This is a story about a man named Joe. He's going on a journey for treasure.
3: Joe begins to travel through The Path of Terror, in The Forest of Dread. As he progresses through the forest, he comes across a ferocious wolf. The ferocious wolf circles Joe waiting to make his move. Joe begins to tremble as for he does not know what the wolf will do next.
4: Joe decides to make the first move and charge towards the wolf. He grabs the wolf around his neck and begins to use his strength to break it. The wolf collapses, and Joe is relieved that he has conquered his first obstacle. Joe keeps moving on with his journey through the forest.
5: Exhausted, Joe travels through the forest for a few more hours until he reaches a cottage.
6: Upon seeing this cottage, Joe decides to stop by for a quick nap. He enters the unlocked cottage only to find the most comfortable bed in the world. He lies down on this feather-like bed and falls into a deep slumber.
8: A couple of hours pass by as Joe sleeps, only for him to awake and find a witch watching over him as he sleeps. Startled, he jumps from the bed, grabs his knife and puts it near her neck. He wondered why she was there, and she tried to explain that she was harmless. Joe did not believe her, and pierced her neck with his knife. Her soulless body fell to the ground.
11: Joe then proceeds to leave the cottage before any other witches decide to show up. He laughs amused as he walks for a few more hours. He reaches the last Hill of Horror, finding himself at The Canyon of Cruelty.
13: At the canyon, Joe comes across a centaur. The centaur is 6 foot 4 with thick black hair, flaring nostrils, and horns of steel. The centaur charges Joe, and Joe goes flying across the canyon. As Joe gets up the centaur charges again, and notices the sword of truth sticking out of the ground. Joe reluctantly grabs the sword and stabs the centaur through the heart.
15: Victorious Joe sees the treasure and realizes that the treasure is pointless. It's not exactly what he thought it would be. Joe ended up having more fun getting to the treasure than collecting the treasure itself.