Tsunami was just on her way to the ocean to visit her family. She has two sisters and about 32 brothers and her mother Queen Coral. She dove through the spiraling rocks and was attacked.
Tsunami fended to the left and lashed out with her talons. Her attacker swam away, she didn’t know who it was. She shrugged her shoulders and swam away. She thought she was being attacked again but realized it was her sister Anemone.
“Where’s mom?” Tsunami asked.
“She’s on the library floor,” Anemone said.
“Thanks,” Tsunami said. She hugged Anemone and flew up there.
After Tsunami told Coral what happened Coral was very angry.
“HOW DARE THEY!” Coral roared.
“Calm down I have a plan. I will bring ropes with me and then when the dragon attacks I’ll tie them up and then question them after I bring them back,” Tsunami said. She went out with some seaweed in her talons when she was attacked. She span to left and wrapped his talons in seaweed before he had time to reacted, then she tied up his snout and back talons before she realized who it was. It was Riptide (a dragon she met before and helped her). She dragged him on an island and took off his ropes.
“Why did you attack me, why did you attack me?” he replied.
“I was trying to say hi, but you attacked me and tied me up,” he said.
“I thought you were someone else but I’m sorry,” Tsunami said. “I just have one question, how many times did you try to at-say hi?”
“Only once,” he replied.
“So you didn’t attack me in the tunnel?” Tsunami asked.
He shook his head side to side. “Nope, I haven’t been in the tunnel today.
“So who attacked me?” Tsunami said.
“I don’t know, but we’ll find them” Riptide replied.
To be continued…
Tsunami (ND88) is part of a series of monster rocks created by students at Cathedral School of Bismark, ND. We invite you to visit all CS rocks and submit your comments and feedback, it will be much appreciated.
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