Ok my good friend, this is where you get added. I hope you enjoy and you know who you are.
Haven City was a wreck. It all happened when goblins invaded. The goblins jumped out of nowhere and wrecked the main power grid again. It seemed that the goblins were getting smarter or the People were getting dumber.
What happened here, thought Zane.
Zane was an elf. He had chestnut colored skin and raven colored hair. His hazel eyes sparkled in artificial sunlight. Quite average for an elf but most thought differently. Zane strolled up to Police Plaza.
“What’s up, Zane?”
Zane was bombarded with with other LEP members as he walked to his office. Maybe he could get here before. . .
“Zane!” the paranoid centaur he hoped to avoid barked. “What are you doing?” Foaly asked, like Zane was smuggling Swear Toads to Wing Commander Vinyáya.
“Walking?” he replied though it sounded more like a question.
“Well I got a mission for you.”
“Let me guess. Since Holly is already doing something, you are being forced to resort to me.”
“Not quite. Commander Kelp requested you specifically.”
“And this is going to be a quiet stroll that involves walking down the street and tranquilizing a paranoid centaur?” Zane asked, his voice dripping with sarcasm.
“I would had you booted out off here long ago if I wasn’t a big fan of mockery myself,” Foaly said. “Enough of the chitchat! There are several loose goblins in Haven and they are causing total chaos. Here is te newest model that we got, the Nuterino 7000. It is the best we have ever had and is completely fire-proof so no problems there,” he continued, not-so modestly.
“Good luck Zane,” Foaly said.
Maybe he is not so bad, Zane thought.
“If you don’t, Commander Kelp will have your hide.”
Who was I kidding, Zane thought.
So now Zane was dashing through the streets of Haven, trying to locate the goblins since Foaly had ‘forgotten’ to give him a locator.
It was not a hard task. The goblins left complete destruction in their wake. The stereos were on fire, the lights of the city were out, and it appeared that the goblins actually fought the innocent people of the city.
Odd, he thought. Goblins are normally stupid. Like I said earlier, we are becoming idiots.
“Hey ugly!” Zane screamed at a goblin when he caught up. “Did you do all of this or did your mommy threatened to tear out your disgusting guts out of your even words mouth?”
Man, I must really have a death wish, Zane thought.
The goblin in question was Boon. He turned around and conjured a fireball. Boon flung it at Zane.
“Missed me, missed me, now you gotta run for your life!” Zane teased.
“I wasn’t trying to hit you,” Boon growled.
Zane looked down instinctively. There was a cord.
“D’arvit!” Zane screamed as he ran as fast as he could away from the cord. Then Zane followed the cord with his eyes. “D’arvit,” he whispered. The cord went underground and came up at the other side of the city. Zane tried to contact Foaly and warn him and that’s when Haven blew up.
It wasn’t that big of an explosion. Police Plaza was completely demolished and so was all the other areas LEP took care of.
Foaly trotted out of the building. “Zane! What have you done?” Foaly asked.
“Nothing. Its not like goblins just blew up Police Plaza,” Zane answered.
“We have no time for that!” Foaly screamed.
“What is it then?” asked Zane, clearly aggravated.
Suddenly, a giant helicopter broke through the ceiling.
“Confirmed. It is here,” a deep voice said.
“Now we kill the girl that warned us about this,” another voice said.
“What the heck? She saved the human race from extinction. She should be rewarded beyond measure.”
“Shut up! Don’t you want the money?” the deep voice screamed.
“Fine. Now anyone down here put up your hands and come forward slowly, Some other voice commanded as he waved a Sig Saucer in the air, settling on Zane.
“What do you want from us?” Zane demanded.
“Close your mouth before I make you,” ordered the voice.
Zane opened his mouth to reply but then thought better of it.
“Good,” the voice said as he stepped into view. It was a man, taller than Butler, more athletic than Juliet, and had a crazed look on his face.
“Drop them,” he commanded.
“As you wish sir,” the other man said as he opened the bottom of the copter. A dozen atomic bombs dropped out of the copter.
Zane let instincts take over as he fled as fast as possible. Then he remembered Foaly.
“Look who’s saving his hairy hide again,” Zane muttered as he went back. The bombs exploded.
Suddenly, Zane and Foaly were surrounded by other LEP officers.
“Hi, we’re back!” Zane said a upbeat as he could muster.