The Arabu

The Arabu
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A deer is raised by people and grows up in the midst of the harshness. He and the daughter of the chief stumble on many adventures together, as they are dependent on each other.

Storyboard Text

  • I am Bane the desert deer fawn. My guardians are Silky the llama and Gruff the camel. We live beside the Gush river with the village's leader. One day the river was drying out. The village moved, hoping to find another dream oasis that never dries up.
  • Silky got too tired to lift the daughter, so the chief bought this and that. The Arabu desert was huge, so it would be years until we found another oasis. We were heading for the legendary Cagure waters, which was lush with all the food and water we could drink. It was on the other side of the desert, so six years would we be on the merciless and hostile lands of the Arabu.
  • Three years have passed and I am now five years old; a buck. My guardians are now...gone. A pirate has come and gone and left chief lifeless. I have traveled many miles, but further dangers are  still to come.
  • Ever since chief died, the village split into smaller and  smaller groups until one group was only a family or two. The daughter of chief and I got chased by a lion during a hunt for hares. There was no water left. We were going to a nearby store to buy some needs. 
  • At the store, there was a llama, a goose, a hen, and four sacks of water. The daughter of the chief of the once known village bought a sack of water with her money. It was expensive,  as water always is in the dry Arabu desert.
  • just then, I realized that this was my opportunity to escape from human hands. Times were tough when people rode me. So I took that opportunity to escape. I trotted as far as I can, till the store was out of sight.
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