Jungiskhan Adventures Essay

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One afternoon in the fiery hot desert, There lived a man with his young boy named jungiskhan, jungiskhan was a very imaginative young boy granted imagination is a very good quality in people, but his imagination ran wild as if it was a cheetah in the Sahara but his imagination caused a lot of problems in his tribe called al adaliya the tribe leader Khalifa rowdan and his daughter princess lulwa and his Son prince Abdullah all got fed up with jungiskhan shenanigans.

so as the desert heat enveloped the Khalifa he went on his day since there was a heat wave every day of the year the tribe was used to it as the Khalifa went to knock on the door, he heard a loud scream he was startled because ...view middle of the document...

the khalifa started crying as if it was Niagara falls then bob said don't worry we will get through this then the khalifa said how are we going to get out of here i think were next in line to that guillotine then jungiskhan said lets get this soft metal hanger and this rope and tie them together and try to throw the hanger at the lee hook to knock it down bob said it wasn't a good idea but then the khalifa said its a brilliant idea after a couple of failed attempts they get it and open the cell quietly so the guards don't hear them.

after leaving the jail house they entered the torture room were hundreds of villagers were being tortured so between all the screaming and noise they manage to escape to find what used to be a village became a fiery hell whole where dead tortured bodies were being thrown in then khalifa travelled a 1 week journey to the other neighbouring village of al wafra where he stayed with his best friend to use his army to take back al adaliya.

after gathering the troops salem the al wafra king told all the troops who the commanding officer will be to everybody's surprise it was jungiskhan the khalifa pulled salem out of the group to talk to him in private yelling at him and said in a loud but not harsh voice " are you mad what are you doing" salem replied with "is this my village is that my army are you my guests" so the khalifa had no power on the situation.

jungiskhan started thinking of things that could happen during the battle and bob was surprised that his son could have all this knowledge by just using imagination then bob had a vey nasty look in his face his eyes were squinted and his nostrils became larger then salem asking him whats wrong his face came back as it was and saying " i am trying to use my imagination like jungiskhan.

jungiskhan saw what was happening and went to his father saying imagination is a wonderful thing and all great things come at a price my price is people thinking I'm stupid or crazy but I'm just expressing my self in an untraditional way jungiskhan returned to the battle plan room to continue his ideas.

3 hours later jungiskhan got out with room with sweat pouring down his forehead then bob said what happened to you son you've changed you've became another person as if you are a caterpillar who became a butterfly.

after eating dinner and gathering their supplies khalifa rowdan told king salem that it was too dangerous for princesses lulwa to go so if she can stay here king salem agreed and said" i will treat her as if she was my own daughter".

after travelling a weeks journey back to al adaliya but then khalifa rowdan told all the troops some shocking news he said you know my brother king salem and you know me its time to meet my other brother then bob told the khalifa that it was no time for joking around then the khalifa said i will not joke in my tribes hour need.

so as the team entered the tribe territory things became more and more intense then 1 soldier got a glimpse...

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