This storyboard does not have a description.
Crispin's mother Asta Dies, nobody in the village Really Cared except the priest, and her son Crispin, who never knew his father or his name, a lowly peasant who has nowhere to go without his mom. He doesn't know his name if he had one, all hehad is his tiny plot of farm land, a hut and a lead cross.
The steward of his town Stromford hears news that Lord Furnival is sick and might die. He declared Crispin a wolfs head and tries to kill him as Crispin makes a desperate escape. He learns that Father Quinel, the priest who helped him escape, was killed.
Crispin Walks for a long time until he comes a cross an abandoned village killed by the plague. He hears music and he goes to it. He finds a man names Bear beating a drum, Bear gives him bread then forces Crispin to make an oath of loyalty. Bear makes him learn to play a flute and talk more.
After going to several villages and making money through entertainment, Crispin and bear get to great Wexly, a crowded city of rats, people, and tall buildings. bear needed to get here for some meeting for his "brotherhood'. Bear and Crispin stay in The green man, an inn bear is familiar with. Crispin sees someone spying on him and bear whom he was suspicious of before. someone starts to follow bear to his meting, Crispin tries to warn him, but bear is taken by john Aycliff to the dungeons of the castle
The Green Man
Widow Daventry of the Green man tells Crispin that he is the son of lord Furnival. Crispin makes a desperate plan to save him. He infiltrated the castle and confronts John. Crispin makes a deal that if he gives John the Cross of lead, and he won't tell anyone about his heritage, him and Bear can leave. John Aycliff very reluctantly agrees.
When they get to the gate John Aycliff Betrays them and fights Bear, after several minuets, bear impails John on his own guard's drawn swords. Crispin and bear leave Great wexly and Crispin is free at last.
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