SavaTheAggie wrote:This is what I think. You see, that 6018 falcon is wearing red pants. Now to me, a Black Falcon doesn't wear red. So what this tells me is that the Black Knights are trying to make the Black Falcons think that this guy wearing a new shirt and carrying a new shield is a Black Falcon so he can take his 'prisoner' and infiltrate Black Falcon territory. But you see the BKs weren't totally convinced that the BFs would buy the story, so the BKs decided to have the fake BF on a super secret new type of stealth boat, that the real BFs couldn't wait to get their hands on and reverse engineer the technology. So with this sweet deal, they'd overlook the traitor in their midst. So off they row deep into Falcon territory, very nervous about their mission. But as they reach the shores up river of the Falcon Fortress, the fake falcon is relieved to see that the real Falcons are taking the bait. His 'prisoner' isn't too happy though, cause now he really is a prisoner. Of course, this is all part of the plot. The fake Falcon is brought deep into the fortress, and after the real Falcons drink themselves into a drunken stupor, the fake Falcon sneaks into the war room and steals all of their maps and strategic documents. Then, after pocketing those items, he makes his way into the jail and steals the sleeping guard's keys. He releases his fake prisoner from before, along with several other previously captured comrades. They swiftly tie up the guards and steal their weapons, and then make their way to the main gate. But wait! One of the guards has alerted the others! And the drawbridge is closing! Quickly! Run to the gate. The first few make it out safely, but soon the gate raising up to an almost unclimbable angle. Hurry! Our fake Falcon is the last to escape, and as he claws his way up the drawbridge, arrows begin to implant themselves into the drawbridge around him, but because of their drunken stupor the archers can't quite hit their mark. Fortunately for the fake Falcon, he can now use the arrows to help him climb, and soon he makes it to the top of the drawbridge, leaping into the arms of his comrades to break his fall. With a good few minutes head start, the group runs from their would-be prison and into Black Knight protected territory.
But was it all worth it? Was it worth the sacrifice of their stealth boat to rescue these few troops and gain the information? Only time will tell.
Dragon Master wrote:Here is how I think Dragon Masters were born. (...snip...)
After the Golden Age of the Dragon Masters the empire collapsed, due to an evil empire called Hogwarts.
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