Edward was amazed to see Gorm flash away before his eyes. He was a hologram, behind him revealed a hot red dragon with more teeth than he could count. His claws were as sharp as the butchers knife down the road of his home. Edward’s heard flinched at the word “Home, “His eyes gave a slow droop of sorrow. But he wouldn’t stop now.
He could picture his family slowly fading away and all the family photo’s drifting him away. Edward took a risk and ran for it. In the corner of his eye he saw a tag on the dragon, it had the word Dobby imprinted on it. The dragon opened his mouth to take a bite, just when Edward screamed “Dobby NO!” “Your heart is too big for this,”. Unimpressed he carried on, until he saw the sorrow on Edward’s face.
Dobby took a step back, with his face relaxing and his mouth closing up. Edward slowly opened his eyes and his face relaxed from the petrified look that was on his face. The dragon growled at Edward while spits of fire came out of its mouth.
Edward tripped over, which caused a cut as big as a book shot blood out of his leg. He grimaced in pain. Edward realized the dragon was still there, and astonishingly he was there and alive as well. He heard a scream coming from down south.
“DOBBY WHAT WAS THAT?” Cried Edward. “WHAT’S GOING ON?” Edward said with a shudder.
Dobby said nothing, instead of answering the question he tried to conceal it by saying, “It’s time for my dinner,”. A shot of fear ran down Edwards spine “What are you doing with all those children?” Exclaimed the poor boy.
He took a run for it trying to solve the mystery of the blood shot scream. The sound got louder and louder by the second. It was a child, a small one. He thought about his best friend Max. Edward let out a short cry.
He saw Gorm tucking into the shadows. “Gorm?” Edward shouted. “Is that you?” He asked. Edward saw a little girl tied up in chains. The ten-year-old boy, not knowing what to do found a metal hammer and bashed it on the chain.
He grabbed her by the hand and ran with her. Edward heard a shout saying, “She’s gone,” an unknown man said. Edward took her by the hand jumped into the lake, hit the rock and found himself in a cave mile from the pier.