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Creative Writing - A sword in one hand, a shield in the other, I was busy fighting a dragon with my best friend.

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Creative Writing: Imagination A sword in one hand, a shield in the other, I was busy fighting a dragon with my best friend. "RAWR", the dragon screamed as fire flew out of his mouth like a volcano erupting. "Go left", I yelled, as I ran to the right. "Aim for his legs. Try to take out its wings". The dragon took his massive claws and lunged it at me. I rolled to the left to dodge the first one, and managed to barely block the right one with my shield. His claw had went through my shield and as he was taking it out, the shield broke into pieces. ...read more.

Middle

I left the house and got in the car. As the car pulled out of the driveway, I thought of how much fun we had with just some plastic swords and shields and our imagination. The next day I headed right back to my friends house after school. Upon getting into his house, he tugged on my shirt and said he wanted to show me something on the computer. He turned up the computer and loaded up his browser. He navigated around till we were at a site called "Runescape". "What is it", I asked, in which he replied that it was an online game, where you could live your life as a knight, going around killing stuff, for treasure. ...read more.

Conclusion

Not the bad quivering, but the good quivering, like when you know that's something good is about to come. I hit enter and with that, I was in game. It took me to "tutorial island", where the basics of the game were explained. It showed you how to cook, kill and defend against enemies, and much more. As I reached the end, it showed you how to cast magic spells and attacks. I managed to cast "wind blast", a level one spell, that KOed a rat in one hit. From that point on, I knew that I wanted to be a wizard. All that was left of tutorial island was to go up the stairs, to the land of Gielinor. No imagination was needed at this land, because here, everything already existed. ...read more.

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