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by Frederick Packard and Joshua Valliere
The Demon King sits on his throne drinking from his goblet.
His giant Serpent lurks ominously behind him in the shadows with eyes like 4 burning red flames.
Eight hundred years ago, the six kingdoms were all ruled by the Demon King.
Wide shot of a large dragon like shadow flies over Ice Kingdom villagers as they look up in horror.
His cruelty overshadowed the continent as he destroyed anyone who opposed him.
Wide shot of destruction raining down on a Marshland village.
All of the noble families were powerless against his armies, so they bowed to his will.
Father wouldn’t kneel for no one!
The Demon King's Serpent drops Ice Kingdom soldiers into a deep canyon where they will surely perish.
Shhh, who’s telling the story here...
Children of the Volcanic Islands look up from the shore of their village after the Demon Serpent left only debris of their homes.
The Demon King was so powerful, he took whatever he wanted from the Six Kingdoms.
Even little children as slaves, haha!
The Demon King flying on his Demon Serpent holding an all black jagged sword in his right hand and magic coming out of his left. They fly unhindered through a Mountainous Region city.
How is this supposed to help me sleep...
You see, the Demon King had the only Serpent and was able to use powerful dark magic.
Wide shot of a Woodland Divide village on fire up high in a redwood like forest. The homes are like large tree houses.
No one could resist him and whoever tried was never seen again.
Why couldn’t anybody stop him? Where are the Serpent Riders?
I'm getting to that!
Six hooded figures are standing in front of an ancient obelisk with markings. They lay their offerings at the base of the obelisk.
The leaders of the six noble families journeyed to the floating city with offerings to the ancient ones.
Extreme wide shot of the showing the entire obelisk with a glow shooting straight up. The nobles are tiny in comparison and stand at the base of the obelisk.
When the spirits heard their prayers
Even more extreme wide shot showing a floating island above a beautiful night landscape. A beam of light shoots straight up from the island and lighting up the sky.
A flood of light rushed up the obelisk and into the sky, cracking it open. The rift was seen across all the lands like a second sun.
Six Serpents in silhouette flying within a vortex of glowing clouds above the floating island.
And from the heavens, Six Serpents descended upon the floating city.
The Serpents approach the hooded nobles.
They bonded to their chosen riders, assuming the appearance of the lands they now belonged to.
Close up of a page from a book. The page shows the nobles' Serpents are laying waste to the Demon King's forces
With their new bestowed powers, the Serpent Riders battled the Demon King's forces, winning victory after victory until finally, only the Demon King remained.
The book is slammed shut.
Low angle showing Skylin, a 17 years old blond young woman sitting on Chase's bed. Chase is a young 6 year old boy. His bedroom has showcases some Ice Kingdom elements such as an arctic bear pelt hanging on the wall.
What happened to the Demon King?
And what about his Serpent?
CARLY, a 19 year old noble and daughter of the Ice King, enters the room perturbed. She is dressed ready for bed.
I have a lot that needs to be done, Skylin!
There isn't time for you to play with my brother.
Close up of Chase yelling at his sister, Carly.
She has to finish telling me the story of the Demon King!
Carly continues to walk past Chase's room, down the hallway towards her own room. She doesn't even bother with a verbal response.
Skylin covers Chase's mouth, stopping him from yelling anymore. Chase calms down.
When I return, we will finish this story...
And start the story of Sir Thomas the brave and his Serpent Astarot.
Chase submits reluctantly and gives Skylin an angry pout.
But I must know, or I won't be able to sleep for weeks.
Skylin smiles sitting on the edge of Chase's bed. A candle is on his side table.
Good, always triumphs over evil.
I guess that just ruined the ending haha.
Close up of Skylin blowing out the candle.
Over Chase's shoulder watching Skylin turn out all the lights in his room.
Why do you have to go too? Can't you stay here with me?
Your sister will need my help on the journey. I will be back in a few weeks. Serpent Riders aren't allowed servants while in training.
Skylin kisses Chase on the cheek as he closes his eyes.
Bring me back a Serpent!
Haha. Sorry Chase, but I don't think they will let me take one.
Skylin stands in the doorway about to exit Chase's bedroom.
Goodnight little prince, tomorrow your sister leaves to become the next Serpent rider and soon there will be stories written about her.
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