This storyboard does not have a description.
Once, there was a boy named Jackson. Everyone called him Sir. Jackson because he loved knights. Every night his father read him a story about a wonderful knight. He was very brave and fearless. Until one night that story became real . . .
All Jackson remembered was a flash of light and landing in the middle of nowhere.
After all of that all Jackson saw was trees, grass and clouds. Jackson took a deep breath and got up. When Jackson got up he noticed that he had armor on. He had chain mail, metal boots, a sword, and a cross across his neck. The sword had writing across the sword, stoicheiódis which meant elemental. How Jackson knew that was unknown. Jackson decided he needed a new name if he was in knight armor. “Sir. Jackson” he thought. He was now Sir.Jackson.
Sir. Jackson started to move around north of where he was until he came upon a castle. The castle was magnificent. It had a moat with colorful fish and ferocious crocodiles. The door to lead across the moat started to open. Sir. Jackson decided to walk across. Meeting him in front of the door was a queen, king, and a beautiful princess. The queen was the first to speak. she said that Sir. Jackson is the greatest warrior they have and he had to slay the dragon that awaits in the caves.
An hour later, Sir. Jackson went on his journey. He knew where this cave was and knew how to slay the dragon. Ah, there it was. The dragon’s cave. Sir. Jackson grabbed his sword and unsheathed it. He could see what was inside the cave and on the outside. The outside consisted of scratch marks and burnt marks. The inside had beautiful crystals, diamonds, and emeralds but Sir.Jackson was here to slay a dragon.
He walked inside and noticed a shadow moving in the darkness. Then his sword lit on fire! Maybe this is what elemental meant. All of the elements are in this sword. He continued to listen for the dragon. He knew “it” was here it was prowling, waiting for the perfect moment to strike and eat Sir. Jackson. But Sir. Jackson was ready for whatever this dragon hashed out. He heard the growl of the dragon. Then the dragon boomed with a blood-curdling roar “ What are you doing here!” bellowed the dragon.
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
– Create Custom Nursery Art