Sir Tumnus the Impulsive thought that they should look for the Land of Matrix where people saw things as they really were.
Sir Beaver the Loquacious interrupted (for the twentieth time) and suggested a land of Witchcraft and Wizardry where everybody chatted happily. Aslan silenced them both with a growl.
Sir Sunmut rubbed his pointed ears and suggested that it would be logical to find a place that offered the same benefits as Narnia but without the overabundance of natural resources that were just waiting for invaders to come and seize. Scarafa on the other hand, sneered and said “Where in the world would a desolate, uninspiring place like that exist.”
Simba sheepishly raised his paw and stammered, “What about the great southern land, Orstralia? Nobody in their right mind would want to go there.”
“Err… you mean Australia?” Aslan questioned.
Sir Beaver quickly chimed in “Well of course Australia is a good place bu-“
“Ye, Yes Sir” Simba stuttered.
Upon hearing this, Aslan walked off to his chambers deep in thought.
“Oh good job Simba, now it’ll take at least a week before he’ll come to a decision” Scarafa said cuttingly.
Intimidated, Simba slunk lower into his chair while every one other than Sir Sunmut burst into a frenzy of argument. Suddenly, a roar emanated from the chamber of secrets, halting the fight. Aslan soon came out of the chamber in his sleeping gown. He proclaimed, “We will be leaving first thing tomorrow. Knights please prepare to set out by sunrise tomorr...
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...ing signs that only the gods and he would know.
During Beaver’s one hundred and sixty fifth complaint, the band of heroes glimpsed a slit of light which slowly grew to reveal the unknown world Australia. As the band of five stepped out into the light, they were shocked to find not great plains of luscious green grass nor great big trees but a weird creature with slits for a nose, a long loose mane of black reaching to his shoulders, pale white skin. The strangest thing was, it was only able to move in the opposite direction its face was facing. They did not understand the path led to the interior of the Sydney Entertainment Centre. The screams of the people watching the creature make strange noises frightened them, so they turned to re-enter the cave only to discover that the legend had missed out one important detail – the trip through the wall was only one way.
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