The Hobbit Hero Quest Project

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  • Rose Dawn lived a normal life in a place called Nighttown. Her small, safe home kept her secure through the cold nights an extremely dim days. She always longed for a day when she could go on a wonderful adventure.
  • Hi! I'm Rose!
  • The day that Rose had been longing for finally came one day. She received a letter that asked if she would go on an adventure with a few of her friends. She was shocked but also excited.
  • Wow! You guys are awesome!!
  • Rose was as excited as can be until she found out her destination: Dayville. Even though she had never been to Dayville, Rose never had a good feeling about going in the first place. Her friends Jade and John tried to cheer her up, but could not change her opinion of the place.
  • =(
  • Despite her discontent, Rose decided to go along with her quest. Rose and her friends defeated the water monsters who were infesting the dangerous seas. Together they defeated the evil fiends.
  • Take that you evil creatures!
  • When Rose and her friends returned home the were welcomed by a crowd of the people who suffered from the sea monsters. They were crowned "Heroes of the Sea". The citizens of Dayville were overjoyed.
  • When Rose and her friends arrived home everything seemed in place and the way it was before. Even though her home wasn't vandalized she feels safer knowing that her friends were there to protect her.
  • I had lots of fun! I hope I get to have another adventure soon!
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