The Rise of the Skeleton



“We have eyes,” the skeletons say. “We have eyes! We have eyes!”

“Get out of here. Get out! Get out of town!”

As the rumbling struck, one by one, the skeletons took the stairs to the battlefield.

The Captain said, “We’ve lost almost all of our guys. We have to fight back!”

“It’s 5 against 5. Us Skeletons versus those weak humans. How will they beat us?”

“We need food – we need water,” the Good Captain said.

“Me old Garbage Man needs water.”

“Shoot the oil slick!” said No Man. “The skeletons are returning!”

“It’s slippery,” said one of the Skeletons.

“I hate oil,” the Bad Captain said.

“Ah! The oil is making my bones rattle. Attack,” cried the Skeleton.

BAM! Lasers came from the blast of the Good Captain’s gun.

“Die or back in your cell you go,” the Good Captain yelled.

“Never!” the Captain of the Skeletons said. “We dare you to attack!”

CHARGE!

HA-YA…HA-YA!

“He’s got me,” the Bad Captain said.

They roll down the mountain until they reached the cliff.

“Captain, NO!!!”

“That takes care of that skeleton,” the Good Captain said happily.

“Garbage Man – throw garbage,” the Good Captain commanded.

“I hate garbage,” one of the Skeletons yelled.

“I can’t hold him. He’s on top of me! Ah!” the Garbage Man screamed. “I’m hit! Thanks for the Back Da Tank.”

HA-YA! HA-YA! BOOM! BOOM! BOOM!

“Ah, that hurts,” the Garbage Man said.

They rolled down the mountain until they reached the cliff again.

“No,” said the Black Skeleton. “We’ve lost the Captain. We’ve lost his warrior. Just the 3 of us versus the 3 of them. We will attack secretly.”

Tiptoe, tiptoe went the Skeleton’s black feet. The Black Skeleton’s feet are as quiet as can be on top of the ledges of the cliff. Tiptoe, tiptoe…

HA-YA!

“Oh my head, he’s going to cut it off,” the Good Captain yelled.

Indy fired his shotgun at the Black Skeleton. It went through his bones but it did not kill him.

“Hey – who dared to shoot me? I don’t even take bullets,” yelled the Black Skeleton.

Indy fell down the mountain until he reached a longer cliff.

The Captain of the Skeletons said, “You don’t have to be so aggressive with me, Garbage Man.”

His voice echoed the distance from the cliff to the ground.

“I will return for you soon,” promised the Bad Captain.

“How’s everything?” said the Bad Captain to the Skeleton?

“Not so good,” said the Skeleton. “We’ve lost your warrior. We have to kill the 3 other Human warriors.”

Hut, 2, 3, 4… Hut, 2, 3, 4…

“What’s that?” asked the Good Captain.

“They’re attacking! They’re attacking!” No Man was screaming.

“Indy! Indy! Come up!” yelled the Good Captain.

“I’m coming! I’m coming,” screamed Indy.

Hut, 2, 3, 4, Hut, 2, 3, 4…

The Good Captain screamed, “Garbage Man, Garbage Man!

“I’m coming. I’m coming,” he yelled back.

Hut, 2, 3, 4, … Hut, 2, 3, 4, …

Indy shot his gun.

“Oil slickers – shoot!” yelled No Man.

“It’s so slippery,” one of the Skeletons was struggling.

“Maybe for you but not for me,” said No Man.

The Skeleton fell until he landed on a cliff.

“General, General – Are you alright?” No Man asked.

“Yea, I’m fine,” he answered.

“Well that takes care of that Skeleton. I’ll take the other two,” No Man said. “Well that takes care of the Skeleton group.”

“Who else do we have to fight?” the Garbage Man asked.

“I have no idea,” said the Captain.

1 comment:

  1. Wow very impressive work. Great website. Keep up the great work!
    Loved watching you ski.

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