Rikki-Tkki_Tavi StoryBoard

Rikki-Tkki_Tavi StoryBoard

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  • "Rikki-Tikki-Tavi": Rudyard Kipling
  • Introduction/Exposition
  • It's okay Alice
  • Please get away from it Teddy, I don't want it to hurt you.
  • Look mom, it's a mongoose out in the wild!?
  • Rising Action
  • I am one of your enemies, I can beat you Karait.
  • Be careful Rikki-Tikki, I am a form of death.
  • "Rikki-Tikki-Tavi" By Rudygard Kipling is a story about a mongoose that had been washed away from his burrow and finds himself protecting the animals in the garden, and also the Englishman and his family from the deadly, venomous snakes.
  • Climax
  • After Rikki-Tikki got washed away from his burrow the Englishman and his family find him outside of their bungalow that is located in India.
  • Falling Action
  • Leave Teddy alone Nagaine, he hasn't done anything to you yet. It was I who killed Nag for wanting to kill my family.
  • After Rikki-Tikki encounters Karait, he now wonders why all the other animals don't like Karait. Now that Rikki-Tikki knows why, he has to defeat him to be able to protect all the other garden animals and also Teddy, who was who Karait was sitting on.
  • Conclusion/Ending
  • After overhearing Nag and Nagaina talk about how Nag needs to bite the Big Man first, Rikki-Tikki realizes that he needs to protect him and the family from danger. He encounters Nag in the bathroom, while roaming around the bungalow. Rikki fights Nag until Nag dies so that the whole garden is safe.
  • After returing back to the garden, a day after Nag's death, Rikki-Tikki finds himself defending Teddy as Nagaina attempts to kill him. She seeks revenge for her late husband Nag, and for her unhatched eggs. To make sure Teddy is protected, he knows that his next battle with Nagaine. He persuades her by saying that he will giver her the last of Nag's eggs, if she leaves the garden forever and never comes back.
  • I will get revenge for the death of my husband Nag. You killed him , nowI will kill one of your beloved humans.
  • Now that Nag is dead, Karait can no longer eat or kill any of the other animals, and Nagaine has perished the garden with her last egg, Rikki-Tikki knows that he no longer has to worry about the safety of his human family, and they safety of the bungalow. All of the other animals see Rikki as a hero for making the garden a safe habitat once again, and they don't have to fear about their lives or their children's lives.
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