The Tale of Lohn Javin

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  • Exposition
  • Inciting Incident
  • Let me tell you a tale...
  • Rising Action
  • ...yellow brick road...
  • Once upon a time in the year of 3005, there was a man named Lohn Javin. He had it all, money, fame, and all the ladies. He was envied by the whole town because of his luxurious life. Despite his wonderful life, Lohn always thought something was missing from it.
  • Climax
  • Fight me bro.
  • Square up homie.
  • One day Lohn was walking along and came across a crusty old man on the side of the path. The curmudgeon approached him and told him a tale of how The Aero Dragon banned Aero, a clothing line. Now Lohn has never heard of Aero but he knew that's what's missing from his life, the word felt so right entering his ears and rolling around in his mind. The old man continues, saying that legend has it that The Aero Dragon has one last Aero shirt that he didn't destroy, but he guards it heavily
  • Falling Action
  • The curmudgeon gives Lohn a map that apparently led to The Aero Dragon. So from that day on Lohn made it his life goal to slay the dragon and claim the last Aero shirt. It wasn't easy and many nights he found himself lost or engulfed in doubt.
  • Resolution
  • One dark night, Lohn on the verge of complete hopelessness, stumbles in a dark cave and finds The Aero Dragon! Just like the old man said, the dragon is guarding a wooden chest that must have the shirt inside. Lohn grabs his sword and shield and gets ready to fight the dragon
  • AERO BOX
  • The dragon was fast, but the many years of waiting had slowed him down and Lohn quickly sliced his neck open and stood in triumph while the dragon hemorrhaged from the gash. Lohn approached the box with glee, his Aero senses were tingling.
  • AERO BOX
  • Two years down the road Lohn has not taken off his Aero shirt since that day. He is very happy with it and shows it off as sort of a trophy. He never washes it and smells because he doesn't take showers anymore, but at least he's happy now. That is the tale of Lohn Javin.
  • AERO
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