BC: The sun was blazing, and the heat was unbearable. They had traveled south, not north east back to Rome. They were month’s maybe even years from home. No telling where exactly they were, needy of supplies they stopped at a near bye island in the distance; nice, remote island, no big civilizations of some sort in sight. The beach was sandy and the coasts were lined with thick rows of palm trees. They arrived on a island of the Caribbean where they were attacked and slain by more pirates, this time only he got out. His name was Turenka.
FC: The Forsaken Warrior
1: Once upon a time in a small village, a small baby had been born and was said to be the chosen one. In a prophecy the chosen one would save the village from disasters. It would be an abnormally small baby, and it would be very peaceful. His eyes would be the shade of brown at the beach and his smile would shine like the sun on the ocean.
2: Nobody could tell if this baby was the chosen one but everyone put their trust in him. As the years passed he grew to great abilities, he was able to shoot a bow through many rings, and he could dual with swords whomever of his choosing. He was the ultimate warrior, cunning and wise, he thought before he acted, and acted with great prestige.
5: He took a noble crew to the shores of an island called, Yosachi, an island inhabited by little dwarfs. When they reached the island they took cover in a cave. As they were sleeping they were ambushed by 300 little dwarfs, small and agile, the dwarfs managed to kill 70 of his 200 men.
6: His men ran back to the boats and sailed away, now hungry, weak, and distraught over the loss of 75 friends, the remaining 125 including himself were sailing back home. As they were headed home they were bombarded by pirates, and were taken over, 30 men died over the attack of the pirates and the rest were forced to be prisoners.
9: As he and his men were held prisoner he thought of an escape from these blood thirsty pirates. He would ask to speak with the captain, once out of the cell he would then take out the guard holding the keys, the only one to let him out. Free his men and they would surprise the pirates and throw them overboard.
10: They needed a new ship to get home and the ones the pirates were sailing on was a vessel so fast, and glorious even the Spanish Armada would take it. As he called for the guard to speak to the ship’s captain, he managed to get his hand out of the ropes that bound them together, once out of the cell he chocked the sailor until his body lay lifeless on the ground, of course he wasn’t dead, but he had passed out.
13: Now he let his men out of the cell and untied their ropes, hands free they found the armory and were the pirates had taken their weapons. They equipped themselves with enough weapons to take out the pirates. So they waited till night fall and ambushed the pirates while most were sleeping; only a few were out on patrol on the boat.
14: They attacked the 3 that were roaming the boat, and slit the other’s throats as they were sleeping. No loud noises, no shouting, no fighting. This was a clean attack; they threw the lifeless bodies overboard and took the ship on a new course. A course back to home.
17: They were starving, the ship was empty of all supplies and they had week’s maybe even months to go now, Things were looking hopeless for them. The night was turning to dawn and on the horizon a red horizon was in the sky, a soft delicate red.
18: The sun just above the sea, the light sparkling off the deep blue water, clear water, they weren’t headed anywhere near home, the water got clearer near the Caribbean, not Rome, farther north the water was a deep blue, a blue in which you couldn’t see down into the water, in this water they were sailing on you could see sharks in the water.