Essay PreviewMore ↓
A musty wet cloud of deadness was all about the chamber as a hooded figure stepped into the chamber. In the middle of the chamber was a huge fountain. The fountain had a mysterious glow that came from the ceiling. The hooded figure stopped just before the fountain, confused about which path to take for there were four paths in any of the four cardinal directions. The hooded figure came to it stopped and turned circles in his mind about which [path to take. The figure decided to take a short nap and decide in a moment.
Argo came from the west hopping from branch to branch with no difficulty at all.
Suddenly from the corner of his eye came a streaming bolt of white magic bound for his torso. Argo stopped mid air turned bring an arrow to his bow with one single motion.
Flinging the arrow at his target and saying a few magical words to enchant the arrow to pass right through the target of his. The target let out a howling scream as the arrow caught it in the chest.
“Well done Young Master.” came a voice in side of his head.
“Tis but target practice!” hey Argo said back.
“I want you to report back at my quarters within the hour. Do u have a problem with this?”
“No!” he said in an exasperated voice.
Argo continued on his travels to the City of Elves. Soon dropping to the ground to continue on foot to the City of Elves. Within the hour Argo was back in his masters quarters.
“Master Arros I’m back!” yelled Argo when he reached his masters tree.
“For a Moon Elf you are very good in the trees of Earth.”
“Thanks. It comes naturally to my family.”
“Take some rest your sister will be back within the next day.”
As the hooded figure awoke to find himself next to the fountain still, he was dieing of thirst. Seeing the fountain as the only way to get water the figure cupped his hands to form a cup to take water. First he smelled it before quenching his thirst. A few seconds later the light on the fountain started to travel to a northern path. A door opened before the light reached it. The hooded figure decided to follow the light to the door. As the figure just passed through the door way the door swung shut right behind him.
How to Cite this Page
"The Hooded Figure." 123HelpMe.com. 23 Feb 2020
Need Writing Help?
Get feedback on grammar, clarity, concision and logic instantly.Check your paper »
- There are a variety of sports anyone can play and teams people can join that accommodate to someone's specific needs whether they be handicapped or just want to play a sport to lose weight. Despite the lack of tangible obstacles stopping one sex from being athletic certain sports tend to be characterized as being a games only for women or men. There are accommodations in practically every popular sport for any person to play nevertheless societal pressures stop women from becoming race car drivers and men from becoming ballerinas.... [tags: Gender, European Figure Skating Championships]
971 words (2.8 pages)
- Many people would say figure skating is only a dangerous sport if the figure skaters are skating on thin ice. Those people are irrelevant to the fans of figure skating that see figure skating as such a beautiful and graceful sport. They see that it takes so much skill and practice to perform a routine like the ones everyone watch on television. What those people do not see on the television is what their practice looks like. Figure skating is an overlooked, however, highly competitive sport that requires very high intense practice.... [tags: Figure skating jumps, Concussion, Figure skating]
1357 words (3.9 pages)
- The Puzzling Message of Figure in the Carpet At the beginning of "The Figure in the Carpet", the main character considers the criticism of literature to be a career, something he does for money. "I had done a few things and earned a few pence" (p. 357), declares the narrator in the opening line. He says later in the paragraph that having an advanced copy of a prominent novel to review was desirable because it would advance his career: "Öand whatever much or little it should do for his reputation I was clear on the spot as to what it should do for mine." (p.... [tags: Figure in the Carpet Essays]
487 words (1.4 pages)
- The Attic Black-Figure Ovoid Neck-Amphora is a pottery piece that one does not know a lot about. It was produced sometime between 600 to 400 B.C., and is now housed at the Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha, Nebraska. It was used to hold liquids and was often a source of trade for the Greek potters. In this paper, one will learn how the pottery was made, what the designs on the vase mean, history, and about the culture of the Greeks. The first step in understanding the Attic Black-Figure Ovoid Neck-Amphora and other black figure pottery is to understand how the pottery is made.... [tags: Greek mythology, Athena, Black-figure pottery]
1718 words (4.9 pages)
- The Hooded Seal Thirty-five species of seal can be found all over the oceans of the world. They are found throughout the marine environment, from icy polar waters of the north and south poles to the warm waters of the tropics. Much like whales and dolphins, seals are adapted to the marine environment with a streamlined body, limbs modified into flippers and a layer of blubber for insulation needed for the seals located in the poles. They also have a specialized circulatory system that allows them to sustain prolonged dives while feeding which I will say more about during the essay.... [tags: Papers]
778 words (2.2 pages)
- Historical Figure Research Paper Napoleon Bonaparte Napoleon was a very influential individual throughout his time. The achievements he made still reflect in the world today, especially in France. He was a military general and emperor who conquered the majority of Europe in the 19th Century. Napoleon was a brilliant strategist and military leader. He commanded one of the most powerful armies in his time and, for a while, other countries could hardly even compare. Napoleon had the ambition, skill, and intelligence to do great things for his country.... [tags: french military, french revolution]
1957 words (5.6 pages)
- The dimension of this figure is approximately 12 x 4-1/2 x 4 inches. This Sumerian sculpture it was made in alabaster, his eyes wide open shows that this eternally alert and reverent. This figure has inlaid blue eyes that contrasted with his dark eyebrows eyes and perfect mouth. The statues are usually carved with the hands clasped, right over left, at the chest or waist in a gesture of concentration. He has rounded face and slight muscles in the arms and shoulders and looks more naturalism than older Sumerian sculpture.... [tags: Sumer, Mesopotamia, Sargon of Akkad, Uruk]
723 words (2.1 pages)
- The figure of the hero is something that is an integral part of all religions, mythologies, and literature throughout the world. No matter what, these heroes convey a strong sense of the mentality of humanity. In literature, the figure of the epic and tragic hero is brilliantly depicted specifically in both The Epic of Gilgamesh and Shakespeare’s Hamlet in a way that maintains relevance over time. According to Reference.com, an epic hero can be described as a “larger than life figure from a history or legend, usually favored by or even partially descended from deities, but aligned more closely with mortal figures in popular portrayals.... [tags: Character Analysis]
1339 words (3.8 pages)
- The Cowboy Figure The figure of the cowboy is prominent, not only in America’s history, but also in contemporary society. The cowboy has always been regarded as the epitome of freedom, machismo and individuality, and his character maintains a certain romantic quality about it. Riding the range with his trusty horse, forging the frontier, and exposing himself to the mercy of the wilderness, the cowboy lives for himself alone and yet he lives the life about which the rest of society can only fantasize.... [tags: Cowboy Research Papers History]
1458 words (4.2 pages)
- Guardian Figure Upon first sight of this sculpture, one is introduced to its overwhelming expression and brilliant size. This untitled statue stands approximately life size at a mere six to six and a half feet tall and is about two or three feet wide. He is standing upright on a gray rectangular structure approximately three feet off the grounding making him about nine and half feet total. This is a monstrous sculpture when looked upon firsthand. It seemingly is a man, possibly a warrior of some kind.... [tags: Papers]
1198 words (3.4 pages)
“Argo!” called Arros “Report.”
“Sir.” Argo said as he came up behind Arrows.
“There is a moon elf traveling to are city I would like u to go meet him.”
Argo stepped out of the tree housing to drop to the forest floor, landing like a mouse walking on grass. Soon Argo was well out of the city traveling with his bow in hand ready for an attack. As Argo reached the forest he was ambushed by two liger demons. Whipping two arrows out incanting them at the same time they began to glow. Letting loose the two arrows Argo ducked knowing that the torsos would explode when the arrows reached their target. Continuing on his journey hey started into the forest soon reaching his mysterious guest.
“Halt! Who goes there?” Argo yelled in a raspy voice.
“I’m none other then the Lady of the Red Forest.” The figure said.
“Well hello, my lady it has been along time.”
“Indeed it has.” the lady said.
The two elves embraced as customary for two related elves.
“Who have things been going mother?” Argo asked.
“Very well, and your father?” She said.
“Good!” Argo said.
The two elves continued to there walk back to the City of Elves. Talking and walking.