Welcome back! We’ve made it to the final student version of Unveiling the Wizards’ Shroud Chapter Three. But the fun doesn’t stop here. Starting tomorrow, cast your votes for the stories you liked the best.
I’ve altered the line spacing to make them easier to read on WordPress, otherwise they are exactly as the students wrote them. I’ve copied the files from Adobe to Word to WordPress, so I hope I got the formatting as the authors intended. I take full responsibility for any errors in that regard, and I hope you’ll choose your favorite(s) based on content, not formatting. Please keep track of the ones you like the best. Voting begins September 18!
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Student Versions of Chapter Three
Group 15 Chapter Three
After one straight day of walking, Yara, Owen and Cedric found an inn in Goblinshire, where they could sleep, eat and have a drink. After drinking a little too much, Cedric, Yara and Owen had become the best friends in the world.
“I don’t know how I could sleep with the awful smell”, said Cedric unconsciously.
“Yes, I won’t feel safe knowing that those thieves are hanging around”, Owen replied.
A few goblins at a neighboring table were looking at the three friends in an offensive way.
Cedric decided it was the best thing to do to insult Indicus, brother of Sativarius, King of goblins. After one minute, the tavern was a real wrestling ring. The strength of Owen, the intelligence of Yara and the magic of Cedric, allowed them to win the battle in no time. But only one goblin escaped: Jack Horror. He told king Sativarius, who decided to form a small army of thousands of the best creatures of Goblinshire. Aware of nothing, the three friends continued their route to the great wizard through the arid desert of Kussland. But the journey was long and the weather was hot and it was now at three days of walking when they arrived at the magical city of Frisianton. They were running short on provisions and the goblins were close to arriving in the town. That was when things started to be bad.
“Oh!” Cedric said.
“What is the problem?” replied Owen
“Goblings are heading to Frisianton from the east and will be there in a few days, we have to move faster. What’s the problem with a few goblins when we have beaten a hundred!” said Yara, joking. And what if there are thousands of trolls, ogres, orcs, goblins and a Sonarian dragon?”
In a second, their material was packed and the friends moved to Frisianton as fast as possible to form their own army and fight fiercely the vicious goblins. After walking for two and a half days they finally arrived at a billboard indicating that they were close to the city, creating a release for the three young adventurers, but it was nothing compared to what they were about to discover…
Thus ends our student projects. I hope you enjoyed them as much as I did. But we’re not finished here! Come back tomorrow to start voting. We’ll take the day off tomorrow, but come back on September 20 to read the version of Chapter Three that appeared in the book. The results of the contest will posted on September 25. (All links go live at midnight Central Standard Time on the date in parentheses.)
Let the voting begin! (September 18)
Unveiling the Wizards’ Shroud: Chapter Three (September 20)
Voting Closes and Winners Announced! (September 25)