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Evo:The Story Essay

2068 words - 9 pages

Dot the main character lives in a colony of orbs with his best friend Pedor. One day he sees this light and after being lifted for a second he evolves. He starts freaking out so he hides out in near the shore by a rock. One day He goes back into the village and finds everyone screaming and his best friend Pedor Destroying and eating the colony.

Dot: What is going on!
Pedor: What's going on? I don't want to hear it! You weren't there, you weren't there when I changed into this monster! I was alone, an outcast everyone hated me I thought I would of been able to go to my friend but you weren't there you little piece of...
Dot: Yo man chill I ran away because I changed to. Were bros you know I ...view middle of the document...

Who even cares anymore? The way I see it I have two choices. One to be an outcast and leave my home and be alone cause I def ain't leavin with you, or I could end it here and go before it's to late. (Pedor drops and escapes Dots grasp. Pedor goes away get some stone and sharpens one end. Stabs himself and while dying says his last words "Man, I can't wait till mother nature gets her hands on you cause karma hurts, and you got a lot comin")
Dot: Karma? Really man but I didn't even do anything!What the heck!

Colony leader:(Colony members stand by, leader walk forward) You saved us stay here and be our hero. We'll even make a bigger house for you to live in.
Dot:(Looks at the colony with shame) No, I'll sleep at my rock.(Goes back to the shore and sleeps evolves again)
Morning comes and he is starving he searches the land for food.
Someone approaches
Unknown: Son, is that you?
Dot: Mom
Mom: Yea but wait? Why are you over here?
Dot: Mom I ran away
Mom: Why?
Dot: Stuff happened ma, teen stuff
Mom: Teen stuff, don't you dare talk to your mom like that I demand you come home we need you over here you need to help out with your younger sibilings(Grabs him from behind the rock)
Dot: Mom! No!
Mom:(Looks frightened) What happened to my son!?!
Dot: I'm still your son ma something happened to me, I don't know why or what but I can't be around you guys, I can't be around anyone at least not like this...(turns around)
Mom: (Cries)No,No,No Your not my son! I don't know you but whoever you are, stay away from me, from my family, from the colony...
Dot: Mom! Calm down don't say that, it's still me.
Dot: Mom! What are you doing!
Mom: (whispers) what i need to do to protect the ones I care about.(Continues screaming)
Dot: Mom,mom,stop it, (burst into tears)

Run away into the woods before someone comes
Night comes
Dot: (Thinks to himself) It's mad cold.(Chatters teeth)

Finds some flint and rubs it against a nearby stone in the ground. A fire starts. Sad and lonely Dot goes to sleep on a log.(Evolves overnight)
Starts walking in the woods looking for signs of life and soon starts parkouring through the woods
Finds a nearby black blob on the ground. Impressed with his skills he jumped on the black area.
Someone appears out a bush looking simular to Dot but a little less evolved and native to the woods

Unknown: Who are you?
Dot: I am your father
Unknown: What!
Dot: Nuttin
Unknown: No what I demand to know what was that! Did you insult me or...
Dot: Sorry it was a joke. A line from a story my friend Pedor made up.
Unknown: Whos Pedor? Never mind that! Who are you and what are you doing here!
Dot: I left my colony cause of... some bad stuff happened, who are you?
Unknown: I'm Woo what's it to you
Dot: I just wanted to know. It gets lonely when your like this and no one else understand.
Woo: I understand
Dot: You do?
Woo: Yea, out here in the woods one day I went camping with my colony...

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