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The Yarn of Nicket

The Yarn of Nickit and the Blow Pipe.

Chapter one: Speed Water Warren 

It was time to say their goodbyes.

Six weeks before Nettlemas Eve there was a new trouble in Eleven Realms. Not the usual, like council arguments or tribes fighting, no, that was the dreadful day of when the Sworm was made. Ten years later after the Sworm struck Speed Water Warren, the Chief, Randin the Great, had decided to move from the warren as the walls were creaking and bending over trying to touch the floor . Many rabbits were evacuating to all kinds of warrens but not to the perilous journey to Red Wood Warren .

“ Don’t forget to pack sandwiches and other snacks, Ooo please don’t forget your purified water!” panicked Nickit’s, Palow and Pows mum, Minit. “We won’t !” replied Palow the eldest and the sister of Nicket and Pow . As Nickit and Palow was rushing around collecting belongings and making food, Pow was sitting at the table munching on his favourite food, Salad Pie (without lettuce) Nickit, the middle in age of the three  kits suddenly took the pie and stuffed it into the bag. With his eyes closed munching with delight opened his eyes to find that his pie had disappeared “Pie? Pie gone!” exclaimed Pow annoyed that his pie had disappeared .“ Bye, I will see you all again!” shouted their mother. Pow wailing for his mum, the three kits bolted out of the warren into the danger of the Eleven realms.

As soon as they left what was safety. They were padding up and down, to and fro, in the sand dunes that surrounded the rickety warren. Luckily they were all geared up with the equipment they may need on the journey. “Sssssss” went something in the shadows Nicket jumped with fright, was the serpent Sworm planning an attack on the 3 rabbits ? They decided not to go through the forest as the Sworm could be anywhere, hiding and waiting to pounce.

 It wasn’t long before the trio had reached a bog, a dark splotchy bog with two stumps at the end that were tied together had an old fraying rope. As their mum was so paranoid she had packed a sturdy rope . As Palow was an  expert at lassoing she whirled the rope and it soared over their heads, with a satisfying plonk the rope fitted perfectly around the post. With Pow in Palow’s  rucksack they crawled over the rope to the other side.

 The brave band of rabbits ploughed on sneaking past Ruby Warren to the entrance of Dead Rot Forest, it had tall towering dead trees that filled the forest,  Pow whispered “Pie?” . This was the place were the Sworm could be hiding amongst twigs and leaves. The group went into the danger of the forest there was a winding path sneaking through the forest hidden from the unwanted eye and lead through to the Broken Bridge. 

The old bridge led across the smaller rivers that branches onto Tanzanite River. Instead of making the fuss of making the bridge to tip top shape, they hopped onto the edges were the rope had not frayed “Pie, me want pie!”demanded Pow “Alright, alright keep your fur on we might get to eat in an hour if we’re lucky” said Palow, Nickit had been pretty quiet for the journey but was very quiet now concentrating on balancing so he wouldn’t fall.

But soon they were at the Rickety Bridge, this time they couldn’t cross because the ropes and wood were rotten and covered in alive Iron, slithering and writhing “Eeeeppppppssss!!!!!” screamed Pow . So they decided to take a detour, there were vines to the left of the bridge so they swung on vines to the other side . 

The next problem , Ruby range lay ahead of them “ Jumping Jimmy do we go up there?” questioned Nicket. “Yes we may go up there to get to Needle Mountain Warren” replied Palow. For the next couple of hours the kits plodded getting slower from tiredness and blisters Palow was playing Guess Who with Pow “Umm Zebra?” asked Pow ,Palow shook her head soon later Pow was shivering and sneezing because of the cold. 

Soon they arrived at Needle Point Warren ,and came into warmth of the burrow they managed to get a room on loan for the three. Pow guzzled down the Pie and Turnip soup as Palow was munching on Sweetcorn Bread , Nicket was collecting a book from the book shelf and “Click” a cylinder fell out, his mouth dropped open he blew it gently to uncover the patterns and it wasn’t any old cylinder…  Nicket could not get to sleep as he was dreaming about the cylinder “ What does it do? where did it come from? Why is it here ?” pondered Nicket . But soon he drifted of to sleep dreaming of the pipe and what it did.

 The yarn of Nicket by Nathan 

Chapter 2 Needle mountain warren

It was time to leave the warmth and embark on their journey to Red Wood Warren, but first, they had to make it up Needle Mountain.

The trio traveled to the base of mountain where the wind whirled and howled around the super natural mountain, “Right it is time to start their ascent,” sighed Palow, tired from a sleepless night.The winds were harsh and bitterly cold. The scene was all peaceful with the snow blanketing every single inch of the glistening rock. Until their was an unforgiving sight of a long winding track with tiny bits of Iron time to time on the trail, “Sworm,” whispered Nicket, to scared to make any noise louder as the serpentine Sworm could be  behind any snow drift, the rest of the journey up the mountain was small cautious steps and Palow had a branch that she used  to cover their tracks.

With two miles to the bottom (as they had reached the top) there was dark thickening fog covering their path not daring to move .They were very near the Sworm camp and the wall was broken separating the Sworm and rabbits, many different Sworm types were pilling out of the crack. Maybe this was the time to see the blowpipe work Nicket turned different nobs and “BAM!!!!” multiple Sworm were blown to smithereens and the wall was abruptly built up . “Madic!” exclaimed Pow “Bang blam boom!!!!” Palow wasn’t looking when the blowpipe exploded the Sworm and magically built the wall.

As the troops carried on the air got denser, the air was was humid suddenly out of nowhere “Fwoophw!” fire blurted out of the undergrowth covering their path, there was been an rickety zip line going over the fire so they used that. Nicket easily went over but it creaked and groaned under the other kits  weight, but they made it over in the end.

The trio made it to Tree Bark Wood and navigated their way in the eternal turns and twists until they reached Tanzanite River “ Water! Water!” yelled Pow, there was a boat moored up at the edge of the river waiting to be taken out . The three leapt into the boat hoping the Sworm were not following, and Palow and Nicket rowed furiously, fighting against the current and rapids but they made it to the other side.Nicket could see the border and battlements connecting Rabswold and Hareington, so they carried on though the grassland and shrubbery until they made it to the second most rapid river in the Eleven Realms.There were special stones that led across the hazardous minefield, as a boat would be swept away as well as by swimming. The trio hopped and leapt across the stepping stones trying not to slip and slide as the Sworm would have done.

The kits snuck past Peridot Warren as they do not welcome  guests, they reached the least powerful river and all they had to do was wade through the chilling steam and did the same again to another river that forks onto Tanzanite River.

As the brave band of rabbits reached the tall, towering wall protecting  Hareington the richest county in the eleven realms. Pal gaped in awe “ How are we supposed to clamber up there?” “Don’t know,” replied Nicket “ Easy peasy gemon scweegey !” answered Pow, after he said that the little kit started leaping and hopping up in the nooks and crannies in the wall, “Super duper easy squgie!” yelled Pow, who was the king of the castle. There was a big red button on the top of the wall and Pow was going to press it “Bweep!” answered the button, suddenly there was hand holds that popped out of the wall prepared for Sworm attacks as they could not climb up hand holds but any old rabbit could.

The three hopped down off the wall and looked up in surprise, they were surrounded, completely, utterly surrounded as there were Sworm in all shapes and sizes Nicket got his Blowpipe at the ready Palow unsheathed her Broad sword glowing in the blazing sun. Also Pow got his sling shot ready to fire. Slowly the Sworm closed in until they were only inches away, Nicket could smell the venom pulsing through their veins as well as Iron “Bleghgh! Horrible breath that!” exclaimed Nicket. “Pophhhhh!” Nicket shot a whirlwind arrow, it circled the Sworm heads and one by one it hit the Sworm directly in the head . Pow shot his catapult in random directions but all hit the Sworm in the head. When the Sworm fell, the three shot down the alleyway of fallen Sworm.

The reached the safety of Spinel Warren and settled down to a very long sleep ready for the day ahead. Hopefully making it to Redwood Warren

The Yarn Of The Dawn!

Carlos woke up to the marching of the Carrotshire Central Army. Today they would have to cross the Nine Heart Volcano and pass the remnants of the neighbouring burrow. They would then have to cross the border of Aviwold. Catkin began screaming “Sandwich, sandwich,” suddenly, a dwarf rabbit emerged at the door of the rabbits room. He was holding a little rucksack stuffed full of food. He explained that they would have to leave as the Dawn were on there way! 

After being escorted through the Loopwing swamp, the three rabbits parted with the kind soldier. Ahead of them was a flat land of ice and snow, and on the horizon was the outline of the Nine Heart volcano. The snow was colder than normal snow, according little Catkin, but that didn’t help the little rabbits gather heat. It had only been fifteen minutes and the tiny rabbits were almost frozen; the snow was waste height, there was a hard head wind and they had only travelled a few hundred metres. It would take years for the little rabbits to get to the Avian Principality.

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The snow level began to descend now and they were walking, almost running; it was all the little rabbits could do to keep them selfs warm. At this point of the icy land mass, it was almost a wood. Huge oaks stood metres apart. Many of the trees had collapsed and the band of rabbits had to leap over them. Some of the Sycamores were too big for Catkin and Conny had to carry him over the stumps. 

A large rumble came from in front of Conny, Carlos and Catkin and they realised they were there, the biggest volcano in the 98 realms of Çalí. It was black with soot and was as wide as the rabbits could see. It stretched beyond the clouds and a slim path had been cut into the side of the limestone. They started there ascent after a corn and chilli sandwich much to Catkins delight. They also drank some of Catkins favourite blackberry smoothie.

The three sibling found the altitude to hard and they fought for each step. There paws were black with the ash from the volcano and the rocks were very sharp, tearing their little feet into shreds, and above them was crimson lava. It was thick and magma pieces could be seen. The story of Nine Heart burst into his head and the drawings of the volcano erupting. 

The blanket of darkness spread across the mountain and every rustle could be mistaken as a Dawn’s worker Magpie kept alive by the evil creatures to spy for them. Conny had an idea: they could dip the stick, Catkin collected on the way here, in the larva so they could have a flaming torch.  

Carlos was dangerously hanging from the lip of the volcano, Conny gripping his ankle as tightly as she could. Down there was a mass of larva, crimson red, the starlight making the magma glint. After plunging it into the liquid, it erupted with flames. Nine Heart was known for its flamboyant lava; much brighter then any other flame. 

The descent of the volcano was terrifying, slim paths were replaced with steep rock faces, tiny hand holes were carved into the rock making each step feel like your last. It took them hours to reach the path but it was worth it. From the path the three weak rabbits could see the border of Aviwold. It was brilliant. Huge trees peeked over the walls and nests the width of churches were balanced among them. Millions of Long Tailed **** were flying in unison, huge muskets strapped to there backs. “It will be a challenge getting past that border!” exclaimed Conny.

Carlos nimbly scaled the wall and leaped off it into a hay bail and Conny began worrying about how she and Catkin could get over. Little Catkin had never climbed before and even Conny would struggle getting up there let alone Catkin. Suddenly Catkin leaped out of Conny’s hands and back flipped up the wall. He then cartwheeled across the top of the border and front summer salted into the hay. Conny stood at the base of the wall and gaped. Catkin was a natural gymnast yet he had never had a lesson in his whole life. Even he was surprised when he landed in Carlos’s arms. Conny crept up the wall, terrified she was going to fall. When she reached the top most point she saw it; a single Dawn worker magpie, a helmet sitting upon it’s head. She leaped down just as the alarm bell went of. Even the eagle general, Prince could not defeat the evil army of the Dawn had created. 

Animals were not welcomed into the country when a attack was taking place, Carlos had to find some where to hide. A disused police station looked the ideal place for unwanted visitors. Conny gazed at the station, spiders crawled up the walls and in many places, mino-birds nests were nestled amongst the bricks. A shadow began to creep across the floor and pictures began to be painted in Carlos’s head, pictures of the Dawn’s evil dwarf soldiers. A loud knock rung around the room, the rabbits did not reply and it came again… 

The Yarn Of The Dawn!

Carlos woke up to the marching of the Carrotshire Central Army. Today they would have to cross the Nine Heart Volcano and pass the remnants of the neighbouring burrow. They would then have to cross the border of Aviwold. Catkin began screaming “Sandwich, sandwich,” suddenly, a dwarf rabbit emerged at the door of the rabbits room. He was holding a little rucksack stuffed full of food. He explained that they would have to leave as the Dawn were on there way! 

After being escorted through the Loopwing swamp, the three rabbits parted with the kind soldier. Ahead of them was a flat land of ice and snow, and on the horizon was the outline of the Nine Heart volcano. The snow was colder than normal snow, according little Catkin, but that didn’t help the little rabbits gather heat. It had only been fifteen minutes and the tiny rabbits were almost frozen; the snow was waste height, there was a hard head wind and they had only travelled a few hundred metres. It would take years for the little rabbits to get to the Avian Principality.

                                                              *

The snow level began to descend now and they were walking, almost running; it was all the little rabbits could do to keep them selfs warm. At this point of the icy land mass, it was almost a wood. Huge oaks stood metres apart. Many of the trees had collapsed and the band of rabbits had to leap over them. Some of the Sycamores were too big for Catkin and Conny had to carry him over the stumps. 

A large rumble came from in front of Conny, Carlos and Catkin and they realised they were there, the biggest volcano in the 98 realms of Çalí. It was black with soot and was as wide as the rabbits could see. It stretched beyond the clouds and a slim path had been cut into the side of the limestone. They started there ascent after a corn and chilli sandwich much to Catkins delight. They also drank some of Catkins favourite blackberry smoothie.

The three sibling found the altitude to hard and they fought for each step. There paws were black with the ash from the volcano and the rocks were very sharp, tearing their little feet into shreds, and above them was crimson lava. It was thick and magma pieces could be seen. The story of Nine Heart burst into his head and the drawings of the volcano erupting. 

The blanket of darkness spread across the mountain and every rustle could be mistaken as a Dawn’s worker Magpie kept alive by the evil creatures to spy for them. Conny had an idea: they could dip the stick, Catkin collected on the way here, in the larva so they could have a flaming torch.  

Carlos was dangerously hanging from the lip of the volcano, Conny gripping his ankle as tightly as she could. Down there was a mass of larva, crimson red, the starlight making the magma glint. After plunging it into the liquid, it erupted with flames. Nine Heart was known for its flamboyant lava; much brighter then any other flame. 

The descent of the volcano was terrifying, slim paths were replaced with steep rock faces, tiny hand holes were carved into the rock making each step feel like your last. It took them hours to reach the path but it was worth it. From the path the three weak rabbits could see the border of Aviwold. It was brilliant. Huge trees peeked over the walls and nests the width of churches were balanced among them. Millions of Long Tailed **** were flying in unison, huge muskets strapped to there backs. “It will be a challenge getting past that border!” exclaimed Conny.

Carlos nimbly scaled the wall and leaped off it into a hay bail and Conny began worrying about how she and Catkin could get over. Little Catkin had never climbed before and even Conny would struggle getting up there let alone Catkin. Suddenly Catkin leaped out of Conny’s hands and back flipped up the wall. He then cartwheeled across the top of the border and front summer salted into the hay. Conny stood at the base of the wall and gaped. Catkin was a natural gymnast yet he had never had a lesson in his whole life. Even he was surprised when he landed in Carlos’s arms. Conny crept up the wall, terrified she was going to fall. When she reached the top most point she saw it; a single Dawn worker magpie, a helmet sitting upon it’s head. She leaped down just as the alarm bell went of. Even the eagle general, Prince could not defeat the evil army of the Dawn had created. 

Animals were not welcomed into the country when a attack was taking place, Carlos had to find some where to hide. A disused police station looked the ideal place for unwanted visitors. Conny gazed at the station, spiders crawled up the walls and in many places, mino-birds nests were nestled amongst the bricks. A shadow began to creep across the floor and pictures began to be painted in Carlos’s head, pictures of the Dawn’s evil dwarf soldiers. A loud knock rung around the room, the rabbits did not reply and it came again… 

A fight for Space chapter 2

As the glistening sun rose over the wild willows a weary little rabbit was being woken up by a  very noisy “wake up turnip head!”, yelled by Willow and Amber in a very  synchronised roar. The two poor little rabbits had been running around attempting to make a pancake like blobs . They had made it from, ground down dandelions, murky water and forest berries to try and give it at least some flavour. Also they had made a very successful fire the flames flickered in the wind,  and the colours erupted.Suddenly a weary looking Arthur emerged from there so called TP and through a big roar demanded “what’s for breakfast?”. “pancakes silly”replied willow in a sneery voice .  

After a very successful breakfast the three rabbits walked on after packing up camp . Suddenly a dove carrier was coming straight for them and quickly and swiftly put a peace of parchment in Ambers hand and flew off into the horizon . Amber read “ My darlings around now the moles are Invading and all has been lost run on my darlings and don’t look back !”from  mother . Suddenly all the rabbits burst in tears, they knew what they had to do and it was going to be hard. After a hour of spontaneous walking the three rabbits finally reached the place they all had dreaded  coelhashire petrifying they some how they managed to creep past the place but next a more pressing matter arises, deadly and flint filed Leisure Lake . A scared tragedy that all the little rabbits new from there hallows eve . 

The river was harsh and pulsing with blood. The three poor things would have to wade there way through they amount of cuts they would have at they end of this torturing event was still unknown. Being the oldest, Arthur took the lead then Willow then Amber, a wave of screams could be heard all around and then three crimson coloured rabbits emerged from the river – all of them exhausted – they collapsed on the river band as if it was a cushion.

The yarn of Andy chapter two

Chapter two: Arriving in Giraffeds

They were nine miles away from there next destination which was Giraffeds which is a small town filled with different breads of animals. The sounds of the wind overpowered the singing of the birds. As they hopped through the dense, damp forest of over towering trees they heard a noise, coming from the bushes from their west. They plodded over to see what it was when a fox jumped out in logic you would think the fox would eat the rabbit but it didn’t it said hello instead and said could we be friends and come and see my friends. So the three rabbits followed the fox to his home and he showed them his friends there was a deer called Brady a rhino called Harry and a lion called Simba. Once he showed the trio of rabbits his friends he showed them the way to Giraffeds when they arrived in the small town there was a lot of giraffes and other herbivores but they didn’t seem scared of the ferocious lion or the fox they just seemed friendly to them and said hello. When they got into the town square they started to ask people if they have any food and were they could find a water source because they were thirsty a few moments later they bumped into a lion and the creature said he could show them the way to a water source.

When they were on there way to the water source the lion said it’s towards Dogingham and the lion said that the Gorm were planning to attack Dogingham in two days they needed to hurry up before they arrived it was on the lion led them to dogingham he took them a short cut because otherwise it would be to late. As they approached Dogingham there was a huge ice lake they thought of going over it as it was quicker but more dangerous and risky. They decided to go over it and before they knew it they were across a few cautions did occur but no cracks luckily.They arrived at nine at night they crept through the lonely, abandoned village everyone was asleep then they saw it, the well of luckiness the lion said they went over and drank the clean, refreshing water and once they all drank it they felt more powerful then ever before. But then as they just finished they heard a clank it was just another mile until they were out of the village but they knew what was coming, the Gorm were coming to Dogingham. As they hid they heard the noise getting closer and closer the fog was moving over luckily for them it was thick so the Gorm couldn’t see them but then they just said intruders three rabbits, two lions, one rhino and a deer. They ran as fast as they could and ran out of the town as they got out of the town Andy stared back and the iron, copper robots stared at the direction the animals ran.

Pilgrimer escape: chapter 2

Chapter 2

       As the sun arose from the horizons and the birds sang their morning melodies, Pipkin woke from a rough night. The stone floor was not a comfortable mattress. Pasco and Prue was still slumbering deeply. So, Pipkin decided to go and forage for food. He thought he should take the ulti-sword that he found the previous night and, because it was more powerful, the fire core. Cautiously, he placed the amber gemstone into the heart of the handle and, like last night, the blade set alight. He ambled out of the gloomy cavern and stared around. A deep thick mist had settled on the ground making it incredibly hard to see. Because he was unconscious yesterday afternoon, he did not see his surroundings. It was plains. The worst place to be. Pilgrimers could easily see him. Hopefully, the scouts would still be asleep. He patrolled the grasslands looking for any signs of food. After what felt like hours of foraging, he saw them. Orange carrots protruding from the fertile soil. He lunged forwards and ripped them out the ground and sprinted off, back to the cave. 

        He walked into the cave to see a very scared Pasco. “Thank the gods you came back. I thought you’d been killed or taken away. You could of at least left a note in the soil,” she screamed.

“Sorry. I found some carrots and last night when you were snoozing I found the…” Pipkin started.

“ULTI-SWORD!” Pasco bellowed, “I thought that was mythical. At least we have some protection now.” That was a seriously good point. Now, they could defend themselves against the scouts. Pipkin chucked 4 rather dirty carrots to Pasco thus to share with Prue. She brushed the soil off the carrot and started to eat. They munched on the fresh carrots that, thankfully, filled their stomachs. “Where do we go next?” Pasco asked.

“North to Mount Cloudreacher but I think we should go west to the forest first to make sure the prowling eyes of the Pilgrimers don’t spot us,” replied Pipkin. So it was that the three bunnies hopped off into the heart of the forest.

         After minutes of walking, Pipkin saw something that shocked him so much he thought he felt his jaw fall off. Footprints. Not any footprints. Footprints of the army that destroyed his very own home. Now, he was the most alert he had ever been, his ears trying to pick up sounds of mumbled voices, steel weapons or rustling leaves and twigs. Also, without realising, he started creeping, keeping very low. Then he saw two red eyes prowling around a certain clearing. He signalled to Pasco to follow him and they crept around. Not concentrating, Pipkin stepped on a stick. It snapped and made a sound that caught the ears of the Pilgrimer. He started to speak his voice was deep and dark. “Come out little rabbit,” he sneered. His instincts taking over him, Pipkin forced the orange crystal into the sword and charged. Pipkin was not great at a lot of things however his fighting abilities were supreme. This scout was better at fighting than any of the weapon smiths he had every practised against. He tried his hardest. Soon after 3 minutes of intense battling, Pipkin had managed to strike the scout directly in the stomach. Scarlet blood started to ooze from  belly and his fur was painted red. “We better hide him so they don’t know we were here,” suggested Pasco. They agreed and dragged the hefty body and placed him in the brambles. 

        2 miles later, they ran into a predicament. A river 3 times the size of yesterday’s. This one would require a raft. But wait no it wouldn’t. Pipkin had discovered a water core that could manipulate water. He could literally be Moses. He forced the diamond covered water core into the handle. He imagined the water rising to make a path. As commanded, the water stopped flowing and a wall of H2O the height of a watch tower was made. They stumbled down the bank that had twisted roots creeping through the soil and stepped into slush-like swamp that was the river bed. After only a few steps later, Pipkins’s feet were as heavy as boulders. Every step sunk Pipkin paws deeper into the mud. Suddenly everything felt silent. Nothing moved. Not a single leaf shivered in the winter breeze. Abruptly, a single stray arrow flew through the air, piercing the wind. Pipkins reflex’s kicked in and he swung his sword behind him and the arrow was smashed to smithereens.                        

Wood splinters flew everywhere. Just then, a 1000 I.Q idea popped into his mind. What if he could use the manipulation power to make a sort of water boat? Could he? He tried it. He focused really hard on  a water boat and he was lifted into the air and he was pulled across the river at speed. In no time, he had reached the end of the river. He scrambled up the bank and peered around to see 3 Pilgrimer scouts strutting from the forest. One of them was smothered in bandages. They obviously hadn’t killed that scout. The other two were large and muscular grasping broad swords the size of the other Pilgrimer. He switched the power sources and conjured fire right where they were. The cries sounded like nails on a blackboard. The soldier on the right narrowly missed the flickering flames and dived into the river. He swam like the wind. Speedily switching the cores again Pipkin stole the water from underneath the private and he fell splat on his face into the mud. He replaced the water and the rabbit was submerged in a ripple of rushing currents. 

          As he turned around, he gaped. He stared at it. Mount Cloudreacher, the tallest mountain in the hole of Zonkro stood in their way. He was just about to start walking around the rock skyscraper when the amber and cyan stones started to flash slowly. Pipkin ignored it and carried on walking. When the flashing began to slow even more Pipkin realised what it was doing. He had obviously come into the radius of another gem and he was heading away from it. Quickly, with Pasco and Prue, he sprinted back where he first saw the mountain. Taking the first step, he started to ascend the mountain. 

        4 hours later, he was at the height of the clouds. He was gasping for air because the altitude was extremely high. He could see the summit. And perched on the snow was a transparent glass Pearl. He ran as fast as his tired legs could carry him. He clutched the jewel to his chest and placed it in the sword. Legend said that you have the power to teleport with it. Focusing really hard, he tried to teleport down the mountain a couple metres. He opened his eyes and he had magically teleported. He looked behind him to see Pasco smiling with pure delight. He walked down the corner to see dark shadows looming an the floor. Deep ochre lanterns created black silhouettes on the white blanket that is the snow. Somethings were crunching through the frost, something bigger than them, something ruthless. A coat of arms that pictured a rabbit being shot with an arrow rose higher and higher. Shouts echoed through the air and Pipkin and Pasco were quiet sure who was clambering up the mountain. Pipkin grabbed Pasco and Prue in a rugby tackle and swiftly teleported into a musty cave. “Did you see something?” questioned the large general. There was a mumble of unsure no’s. 

        In the dark cavern, Pipkin stared around. He could see cobwebs clinging for dear life on the roof, vines relentlessly grabbed the rocks and cockroaches crawling across the floor. He had no time to worry though. He collapsed in exhaustion and went to sleep.

       

The journey

Chapter 1

The news of the cursed rats was spreading round Coniglishire Warren, rabbits were frantically stuffing rucksacks, reading maps and wounding themselves up into a panic spell. The sound of weeping families, footsteps darting across the main hall and Chieftain Brassica hectically trying to calm sobbing mothers who were clutching onto there dear ones filled the Warren. Everyone was rushing out of there homes and fleeing where ever they could, except three weary looking figures lost in the middle of all the commotion.

 These figures were in fact kits and not any old kits these poor things were orphans. With no one to go to, the orphans, Teddy, Lou Lou and Poppy huddled together confused and distressed. The scruffy little things were wearing old rags that were far to big and were caked in mud, food, dirt and many more unknown substances. They had know hope and poppy the youngest, and apparently the cutest as well according to her big sister Lou Lou, could barely talk she was crying so much all that came out was a high pitched squeak.Teddy who is the middle child knew that they had to escape no mater the consequences the one problem is how? Where? And when. Though they may not be the cleverest even Poppy new that they had to leave and fast. 

Inside the gloriously grand hall, which held millions of frazzled rabbits, the three orphans were still conjuring up a plan. Lou Lou or Lou for short, had the opinion of travelling to Mushroomton to hide away from the rats. You see these rats aren’t any old rats, oh no these rats were born with a curse that was injected into there pulsing veins by the queen of the blood thirsty rats that scavenge in Rat World. Her  piercing fangs keenly puncture any pure looking veins and release her toxic poison. Teddy and Lou didn’t have time to argue so agreed to use Lou’s plan and quickly scampered towards the main exit. The urchins had never set foot out of the bushes of Coniglishire Warren so, they didn’t know the quickest root or the nicest views in truth they didn’t even know where Mushroomton was! The plan quickly went out of the window and a new one sprung in and that plan was run and don’t look back. 

Teddy was an unfit, lazy, plump and sluggish rabbit who possessed no discernible manners and was spoiled to death. His Millionaire foster parents disowned him a few years back after he was to much of a handful and took up all of there “Precious” time. Meanwhile, Lou Lou was raised in a poor home with no food or money and was forced to beg. Poppy was her younger sister and they where both escorted to a nunnery as soon as the police found out the children were begging for their survival. “Ha! You spent your life in a boring nunnery and I was living the dream with my pockets stuffed with bucket loads of money!” Smirked Teddy swiping his hands as though the had money between them. “Oh shut up you spoilt brat! Look where you are now trying to run with you belly hanging out panting like mad!” Said Lou Lou trying to torment him with his Obese figure. Poppy stud on her tip toes to reach into Lou’s ear and whispered “ He ate to many radish cakes.” Followed by a cheeky giggle. Being alone in the middle of no where is not so bad for three little orphans as that was what they had been living surviving like since they could remember. All alone with no one to go to, with no one to be there to support them, no one to help through the hellish life they live in.

The sun was descending and light was rapidly fading with that so was the feeling of security. Poppy’s eyes were slowly shutting followed by a monstrous yawn revealing her tiny teeth. “I think we need to find a place to stay even I am a bit drowsy,” Lou Lou announced, whilst bending down to pick up sleepyhead Poppy. Furthermore, as it was summer the nights get shorter and the days get longer so it was about ten o’clock. Woods laid ahead, but Lou and Teddy sealed a deal to make camp well away from any predators. Teddy found a cosy half fallen down tree and collected some sticks for the fire, grass for beds and used their rags as shelter.

With the moon shining down, the endless possibilities of what could be lurking in the menacing darkness filled the three weary kits minds, they lay breathless in deep thought of the events of the day. “ What will Orphanage do when they discover were missing, there will be a whole search looking for us! You know what there like.” Shivered Lou at the thought. “Just great! Now not only are we running away from the cursed rats but the cops too!” At this point you could see the anger on teddy’s face, “In goddess name haven’t we been through enough already!” 

But what they didn’t know is that it was about to get a whole lot worse worse!

The yarn of Nicket

The Yarn of Nickit and the Blow Pipe.

Chapter one: Speed Water Warren 

It was time to say their goodbyes.

Six weeks before Nettlemas Eve there was a new trouble in Eleven Realms. Not the usual, like council arguments or tribes fighting, no, that was the dreadful day of when the Sworm was made. Ten years later after the Sworm struck Speed Water Warren, the Chief, Randin the Great, had decided to move from the warren as the walls were creaking and bending over trying to touch the floor . Many rabbits were evacuating to all kinds of warrens but not to the perilous journey to Red Wood Warren .

“ Don’t forget to pack sandwiches and other snacks, Ooo please don’t forget your purified water!” panicked Nickit’s, Palow and Pows mum, Minit. “We won’t !” replied Palow the eldest and the sister of Nicket and Pow . As Nickit and Palow was rushing around collecting belongings and making food, Pow was sitting at the table munching on his favourite food, Salad Pie (without lettuce) Nickit, the middle in age of the three  kits suddenly took the pie and stuffed it into the bag. With his eyes closed munching with delight opened his eyes to find that his pie had disappeared “Pie? Pie gone!” exclaimed Pow annoyed that his pie had disappeared .“ Bye, I will see you all again!” shouted their mother. Pow wailing for his mum, the three kits bolted out of the warren into the danger of the Eleven realms.

As soon as they left what was safety. They were padding up and down, to and fro, in the sand dunes that surrounded the rickety warren. Luckily they were all geared up with the equipment they may need on the journey. “Sssssss” went something in the shadows Nicket jumped with fright, was the serpent Sworm planning an attack on the 3 rabbits ? They decided not to go through the forest as the Sworm could be anywhere, hiding and waiting to pounce.

 It wasn’t long before the trio had reached a bog, a dark splotchy bog with two stumps at the end that were tied together had an old fraying rope. As their mum was so paranoid she had packed a sturdy rope . As Palow was an  expert at lassoing she whirled the rope and it soared over their heads, with a satisfying plonk the rope fitted perfectly around the post. With Pow in Palow’s  rucksack they crawled over the rope to the other side.

 The brave band of rabbits ploughed on sneaking past Ruby Warren to the entrance of Dead Rot Forest, it had tall towering dead trees that filled the forest,  Pow whispered “Pie?” . This was the place were the Sworm could be hiding amongst twigs and leaves. The group went into the danger of the forest there was a winding path sneaking through the forest hidden from the unwanted eye and lead through to the Broken Bridge. 

The old bridge led across the smaller rivers that branches onto Tanzanite River. Instead of making the fuss of making the bridge to tip top shape, they hopped onto the edges were the rope had not frayed “Pie, me want pie!”demanded Pow “Alright, alright keep your fur on we might get to eat in an hour if we’re lucky” said Palow, Nickit had been pretty quiet for the journey but was very quiet now concentrating on balancing so he wouldn’t fall.

But soon they were at the Rickety Bridge, this time they couldn’t cross because the ropes and wood were rotten and covered in alive Iron, slithering and writhing “Eeeeppppppssss!!!!!” screamed Pow . So they decided to take a detour, there were vines to the left of the bridge so they swung on vines to the other side . 

The next problem , Ruby range lay ahead of them “ Jumping Jimmy do we go up there?” questioned Nicket. “Yes we may go up there to get to Needle Mountain Warren” replied Palow. For the next couple of hours the kits plodded getting slower from tiredness and blisters Palow was playing Guess Who with Pow “Umm Zebra?” asked Pow ,Palow shook her head soon later Pow was shivering and sneezing because of the cold. 

Soon they arrived at Needle Point Warren ,and came into warmth of the burrow they managed to get a room on loan for the three. Pow guzzled down the Pie and Turnip soup as Palow was munching on Sweetcorn Bread , Nicket was collecting a book from the book shelf and “Click” a cylinder fell out, his mouth dropped open he blew it gently to uncover the patterns and it wasn’t any old cylinder…  Nicket could not get to sleep as he was dreaming about the cylinder “ What does it do? where did it come from? Why is it here ?” pondered Nicket . But soon he drifted of to sleep dreaming of the pipe and what it did.

The yarn of Nicket

The Yarn of Nickit and the Blow Pipe.

Chapter one: Speed Water Warren 

It was time to say their goodbyes.

Six weeks before Nettlemas Eve there was a new trouble in Eleven Realms. Not the usual, like council arguments or tribes fighting, no, that was the dreadful day of when the Sworm was made. Ten years later after the Sworm struck Speed Water Warren, the Chief, Randin the Great, had decided to move from the warren as the walls were creaking and bending over trying to touch the floor . Many rabbits were evacuating to all kinds of warrens but not to the perilous journey to Red Wood Warren .

“ Don’t forget to pack sandwiches and other snacks, Ooo please don’t forget your purified water!” panicked Nickit’s, Palow and Pows mum, Minit. “We won’t !” replied Palow the eldest and the sister of Nicket and Pow . As Nickit and Palow was rushing around collecting belongings and making food, Pow was sitting at the table munching on his favourite food, Salad Pie (without lettuce) Nickit, the middle in age of the three  kits suddenly took the pie and stuffed it into the bag. With his eyes closed munching with delight opened his eyes to find that his pie had disappeared “Pie? Pie gone!” exclaimed Pow annoyed that his pie had disappeared .“ Bye, I will see you all again!” shouted their mother. Pow wailing for his mum, the three kits bolted out of the warren into the danger of the Eleven realms.

As soon as they left what was safety. They were padding up and down, to and fro, in the sand dunes that surrounded the rickety warren. Luckily they were all geared up with the equipment they may need on the journey. “Sssssss” went something in the shadows Nicket jumped with fright, was the serpent Sworm planning an attack on the 3 rabbits ? They decided not to go through the forest as the Sworm could be anywhere, hiding and waiting to pounce.

 It wasn’t long before the trio had reached a bog, a dark splotchy bog with two stumps at the end that were tied together had an old fraying rope. As their mum was so paranoid she had packed a sturdy rope . As Palow was an  expert at lassoing she whirled the rope and it soared over their heads, with a satisfying plonk the rope fitted perfectly around the post. With Pow in Palow’s  rucksack they crawled over the rope to the other side.

 The brave band of rabbits ploughed on sneaking past Ruby Warren to the entrance of Dead Rot Forest, it had tall towering dead trees that filled the forest,  Pow whispered “Pie?” . This was the place were the Sworm could be hiding amongst twigs and leaves. The group went into the danger of the forest there was a winding path sneaking through the forest hidden from the unwanted eye and lead through to the Broken Bridge. 

The old bridge led across the smaller rivers that branches onto Tanzanite River. Instead of making the fuss of making the bridge to tip top shape, they hopped onto the edges were the rope had not frayed “Pie, me want pie!”demanded Pow “Alright, alright keep your fur on we might get to eat in an hour if we’re lucky” said Palow, Nickit had been pretty quiet for the journey but was very quiet now concentrating on balancing so he wouldn’t fall.

But soon they were at the Rickety Bridge, this time they couldn’t cross because the ropes and wood were rotten and covered in alive Iron, slithering and writhing “Eeeeppppppssss!!!!!” screamed Pow . So they decided to take a detour, there were vines to the left of the bridge so they swung on vines to the other side . 

The next problem , Ruby range lay ahead of them “ Jumping Jimmy do we go up there?” questioned Nicket. “Yes we may go up there to get to Needle Mountain Warren” replied Palow. For the next couple of hours the kits plodded getting slower from tiredness and blisters Palow was playing Guess Who with Pow “Umm Zebra?” asked Pow ,Palow shook her head soon later Pow was shivering and sneezing because of the cold. 

Soon they arrived at Needle Point Warren ,and came into warmth of the burrow they managed to get a room on loan for the three. Pow guzzled down the Pie and Turnip soup as Palow was munching on Sweetcorn Bread , Nicket was collecting a book from the book shelf and “Click” a cylinder fell out, his mouth dropped open he blew it gently to uncover the patterns and it wasn’t any old cylinder…  Nicket could not get to sleep as he was dreaming about the cylinder “ What does it do? where did it come from? Why is it here ?” pondered Nicket . But soon he drifted of to sleep dreaming of the pipe and what it did.

A Fight for Space. Chapter 1.

Meet  Amber , Willow  and Arthur.  They all are Lop-eared rabbits, and their little lives are about to change. They live at Cenoursvile Warren a happy big warming safe  warren, well it used to be. One day, a dove came bearing news that the moles had been sighted,  and that they were coming, and that there worst nightmares were about to come true. Except there was one problem: the Warren could not hold  another fight as it was built many moons ago, by the first rabbits that walked the land. Their mum Alana told them to run far away, and ask for assistance from boing boing burrow from the fierce, blood thirsty  red eyed rabbits that eat danger for breakfast. This journey would take at least a week, and it wasn’t going to be easy. They would have to travel through dark gloomy betraying forest and sneak through Coelchashire then wade through Leisure Lake to see the moles cunning plan.

Through their tears the three rabbits ran for their lives. Their mother was too old to travel, so stayed behind and hid in the forest. Soon the sun set, and the weary little rabbits set up camp in the heart of the gloomy wild willows, those willows had been the heart of war story’s they had been used for hiding from the enemies for years. And with that, Arthur made a teepee-like structure. Meanwhile Willow  and Amber went to collect some wood , leaves and moss to help set a fire, carefully marking the trees ensuring, that they could return to Arthur these materials would make the teepee  weather proof. After that, Arthur covered the entrance to stop the piercing gaze of the moles .

That night they nibbled on the green beens, carrots and bananas that their mother had packed for them in case of emergency . After that, the three rabbits snuggled together as if they were in a storm. They slowly drifted off to sleep and dreamt of the day  to come not knowing what they were about to face .