Charlie Bone and The Time Twister
By magmei18, Updated
This storyboard does not have a description.
Henry Yeawbeam traveled through time because his cousin Ezekiel Bloor had rolled a marble, called The Time Twister, over to Henry when he was playing a game called Ring Taw. This marble was magic and is what made Henry travel through time.
When Henry reappeared almost ninety years later he found out his cousin Ezekiel was still alive. Henry was being hidden by a bot named Charlie Bone, but later the cook of the academy helped hide him. One night he left to go explore, but he got caught. Ezekiel has students who spy for him, they were the ones who caught Henry. they brought him to Zeke, Ezekiel, who said to put him in the dungeons .
Later, Olivia Vertigo went to try and save Henry, but during the night. Therefore, Olivia had to sneak out during the night, but the academy has matrons that watch over the students. The matrons on Olivia's side of the building were asleep, so Olivia headed for the ruin.
Olivia finds the dungeon that Henry is in. She tired to move the rock to let Henry out, but she can't move it. Olivia finds out that Henry will be moved from here on Sunday. So, she told Henry that her and Charlie would be there on Saturday.
While Olivia was there she asked if he was there and Henry said he didn't know anymore. So, she asked if Manfred was starving him down in the dungeon. Henry said all he got was pieces of bread and bottles of water.
Also while there Zelda and Beth showed up. They tied up Olivia and said they were going to tie her to the tree so the beast could get her. Then, at that moment a cloud looked like it was falling, but it was a huge bird! The bird was Emma Tolly. Emma was also endowed, she could fly. Emma swooped down picked grabbed Zelda and Beth by the necks of their bathrobes, and took them to the Heights. This is where they were found in the mourning not knowing how they got there.
Explore Our Articles and Examples
Try Our Other Websites!
Photos for Class
– Search for School-Safe, Creative Commons Photos (It Even Cites for You!
– Easily Make and Share Great-Looking Rubrics