|Stringy and Mopy: The Adventure Begins
Author: MegaRdaniels PM
When an ancient evil is released to the world, he causes chaos in two worlds, one of his - and ours, and in that mix, one ordinary boy discovers a supernatural badge and is transported to an alternate universe where he teams up with an unordinary girl and her friends to stop a mad man from achieving ultimate power to rule the universe. Based on a school assignment in 2003.Rated: Fiction T - English - Fantasy/Adventure - Chapters: 34 - Words: 35,178 - Reviews: 21 - Favs: 6 - Follows: 2 - Updated: 12-08-12 - Published: 07-19-12 - Status: Complete - id: 3043351
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This is the new chapter for Stringy and Mopy: The Adventure Begins. Enjoy!
The Lemon Hunt
Several miles away from the small town, Lighting Head and Selana appeared in a bright flash of dark violate light. When the light died down, standing by their place was the man dressed in all black and a woman with red hair. Lightning Head and his mistress, Selana had arrived to their home realm to track down their target to get the badge that Lightning Head so craves for.
"The boy is strong, how can you..."
"The boy has the badge but he is not yet strong," said Lightning Head, "He possesses the power, but he does not know how to control it. He got lucky last time, this time he won't be."
"But, how can you track him down, we have to be several hundred maybe even thousands of miles to get to him. How can we catch him?" Selana asked.
"Not I, but..." he took a deep breath and picked up scent, "something that I have absorbed can," he said as he pointed to the direction to Mopy's location.
"Yighcha, why not there," said Selana.
In the woods, Pappy and Mopy were tearing through the woodlands, destroying the homes of the woodland creature while Pappy played loud country music in his truck. Mopy was terrified.
"Wooo!" Pappy shouted, "I got that yellow belly right handed, who knew that she wondered around here?"
"Because most people don't!" Mopy said trying to hold on. During the terrifiying, bumpy ride, Mopy grabbed a bag and puked due to the violent vibrations Pappy's truck is suffering from his abusive owner. Deep within the woods, a girl wearing a black shirt with a white I in the center, Stringy was with the blue haired girl named Phillia as they try to rescue their guest from Pappy's might.
"We should definently try doing that again," said Phillia.
"Hush," said Stringy.
"Why not, it's not everyday your friend flies you to the woods to rescue a certain boy from the hands of your...oh right," said Phillia.
"If we don't rescue rescue this boy from...well Pappy, he'll sleep while he cries and cries while he's sleep and waes up and fears that it'll happen all over again!" said Stringy.
"Like you do every single day?" asked Phillia.
"Yes more like me, wel everybody else who was with him, remember when he quote unquote rescued a Narasian ambassabor's daughter and convinced her that her father was working for the enemy?"
"Yeah," said Phillia.
"Well, you wanna know what caused the Kaylavian-Narasian War?" Stringy asked.
"Oh," said Phillia, "and the ambassador's daughter never left home since. No i'm serious..." Then suddenly, Phillia was ran over by an old, crazed maniac driving the truck as if the world was ending. Stringy dropped her jaw in horror.
"Get out of me way girly. Savior comin' through!" he said as he shook her off. Phillia was thrown to the ground. Stringy ran to get Phillia.
"Phillia, are you okay?" asked Stringy.
"Yeah, a little hurt, but I'm okay," said Phillia. Then finally, Stringy and Phillia heard a crash.
"What the heck was that?" Phillia asked in horror.
"Me, my life, and a coffin," Stringy said as they ran to crashsite.
Meanwhile, Mopy was hyperventilating after Pappy's joy ride.
"Whoo!" Pappy yelled.
"Well, let's hunt us some lemons!" Pappy yelled.
Mopy was traumatized, he was too scared to move.
"Come away boy! The lemons are afoot!" he yelled getting out of the truck. Like he had no other choice except preserving his life, Mopy got out the truck and went with Pappy, along the way, his badge was beginning to glow green. A girl hiding behind a tree nearby was shocked.
"The boy's a badgette?" Stringy said. Phillia rose up from a nearby shrub scrathing and itching.
"Yeah, you got that right," said Phillia scratching herself.
Stringy was still confused. A badgette was extraordinarily rare nowadays. Stringy rose an eyebrow. She was shocked that she was not alone.
"I knew it," she said. She began to follow the duo deep into the woods.
"Come on, let's go!" said Stringy.
"I'll scratch up with you Stritchy!" Phillia said scatching uncontrolibly.
Meanwhile, Mopy and Pappy were walking across the woods looking for Pappy's legendary monster.
"This'll be good boy! you prepared for my revenge?" Pappy asked exitedly.
Mopy grumbled in terror.
"I'll take that is a yes!" Pappy said. By the time they were in an open area, Pappy lowered his shotgun.
"C'mon out you crazy critter. C'mon out so I can take ye back to whence you came!" he yelled.
Mopy looked around and finds that nothing was in this area but trees, and frieghtened animals.
"Um, what's yor name? I forgot, wasn't it Nappy right?" Mopy asked.
"Pappy, son," Pappy said.
"Um, okay Pappy. Look around. Do you see a lemon monster anywhere? I mean do you see one?" Mopy asked.
"You don't have to see to know that they're there, son," Pappy said.
"Yeah, but here we are in the middle of the woods looking for a piece of lemon that you think that is a threat to humanity, and I thought that the search for Bigfoot was rediculous!"
"A Bigfoot?" Pappy was confused.
"Just let us get back to the road and head home. Well, you head home, I'm hailing a ride back to Ghorgemire," said Mopy.
"Uh..." A large shadow casted above them.
"Um, boy," Pappy said.
"...and another thing, my name's not boy. This boy got a name, and that is..."
"...Moppy Lemonista of Asarinthan," Pappy said.
A large snarl was added plus the slobber that dripped on Mopy's shirt with him noticing.
"...right, my name's Mopy..."
"Lemonista!" Pappy yelled pointing Mopy to a 20 feet tall, yellow monster made of entirely of lemons.
"Holy Cheese!" Mopy screamed.
The yellow beast roared a terrifiying scream.
"Get down boy!" yelled Pappy pushing Mopy out of the way. He took it upon himself to shoot down the yellow beast. But by the time he ran out of ammo, Mopy's eyes were wide.
"Well, that was all I got," said Pappy. Mopy got up and wanted to try something.
"Not yet!" Mopy said as he pulled out his blue badge which was glowing bright green and shot the beast.
The beast was confused.
"What the heck was that?" Pappy asked.
"My mind that I just lost, so what to do now?" Mopy asked.
In the woods, Stringy was used her black badge to clear the debris. Phillia was scratching her back.
"Never had I been this humiliated," said Phillia.
"You mean ever since you I don't know your brother 'sccidentally' pushed you to a pool and filmed it on his phone?" Stringy said, "...then posted it on the Internet..."
"Yeah, yeah. Okay, don't get viral on me," Phillia said - until she was violently pushed to the gound by a frieghtened old man.
"Out of my way girly!" yelled Pappy.
"Grandpa?" Stringy said, she was lending her hand out to pull Phillia off the ground.
"You're old man is very rude!" Phillia said.
"Yeah, it's in his nature..." that was when Stringy was pushed by the boy wearing a blue shirt with a yellow letter I on his shirt. The boy fell on the ground and was on top of Stringy.
"Mons...huh?" Mopy took one look at the girl he was top of. He blushed in embarrassment.
"Hey, get your hands off of..." yelled an angry Phillia as Mopy got up and ran leaving a frozen Stringy on the ground.
"Boys, can you believe that guy? Pushing you down on the ground! That should've been me!" Phillia yelled. Stringy rose an eyebrow but ignored it.
"Roar!" They heard a loud bellow from the woods moving very fast.
"Was that your stomach?" asked Stringy.
"No, why?" Phillia asked. That was when Stringy pulled out her badge as it began to glow pink.
"I think what I have been hammered by as a kid has finally came to the real world," Stringy said.
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