The 4 sentences! (By author of Elves)

October 16th, 2018 | Posted by Heath in connectives

Hi I’m back not about Elves this time! Lets GO:

  1. Silently, Catty looked up at the mountains of Cat-land in Alroka but no monster could be seen, he picked up the sword Eythilan and held it up against the dawn!
  2. Quickly, Catty walked up the road on the side of the mountains, around the edges the path trailed off into a dark mist and then a small crack could be seen against the black stone Catty stopped to the side for some rest!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                3. The noise of purring wind crashed against the caves insides but Catty noticed a small cave going up steeply into the crest of the mountain!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    4. A howl came louder and louder as Catty walked up the steps he saw silver fur brushing against the entrence as Catty drew nearer he saw a label reading : Howler, the wear-wolf, Catty drew his sword and slowly nudged Howl towards the edge at 3-cm Howler drew his claws across Catty’s face but still Catty wasn’t slain He picked up his sword and hit Howler, the dog ran and gave Catty his stone it made Catty able to see in the dark, Catty recalled 1/5!

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