Summer Reading Club
space craft special edition 2017

Justice for the Villain

Posted on: December 29th, 2017 by SRC Club Member - Jennifer | 13 NT

 

He searched the trees for Hendra, yet couldn’t find her there.

“She must’ve gone inside somewhere,” said Jack .

He slowly crept back towards where he escaped from and climbed up trees to get a better vantage point.

“I see a very flat piece of ground over there,” thought Jack .

“Suspicious.”

So then he climbed down the tree and walked over to the flat square.

“I knew it!” exclaimed Jack.

On the bottom right corner of the flat ground was a small button. Shortly after pressing the button a staircase appeared.

He slowly followed it down to the bottom and found himself in a underground room.

There were two ways to go left or right; tunnels on either side and nothing else in view.

This is a hard one, thought Jack.

He decided on the left tunnel and slowly cautiously crept along it. When he got to the end he turned.

Around that corner he sees Hendra sitting at a computer reading an invisibility potion recipe.

She reads along it and then calls out “Jeremy, Jeremy?”

“Ugh,” sighed Hendra, “I guess I have to do everything myself.”

Then she swivelled around in her chair to go and get this mysterious thing she needed…but then, she saw me!!

“Jack?” she questioningly said, “How could you ever escape from me? The almighty Hendra. “Oh wait… you haven’t,” cackled Hendra as she grabbed her sword of the wall .

She came towards me with a sheepish grin on her face.

“Prepare to die, Jack,” and suddenly sped up and lunged toward me.

“Not so fast!,” I screamed as I grabbed another sword off the wall.

Cling , clang , cling, as the swords hit each other making alot of noise.

Then she jumped in the air and rose above me sword aimed right at the top of my head.

I took this opportunity with her off the ground to grab and pile of rope near the computer chair.

When she hit the ground I hit her sword out of her hands with mine and quickly but swiftly threw the rope around her ankles.

As I was tying it she was wriggling around like crazy.

“You will never get away with this!” yelped Hendra.

“Oh, we’ll see about that,” I said as I finished tying her hands together.

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