long time ago, in the awful times in 1917, there were some pretty
bloody, weird, and awful things going on. It was all happening in a
teeny, tiny town called Avalanche City. Avalanche City was right smack
in the middle of the harsh state called Snow Shakia. The reason
Avalanche City was called Avalanche City is because once a weekend, a
gigantic avalanche would come tumbling down one of the large, jagged
edged mountains. It would stretch out and grab whoever was climbing the
mountain, throw them on top of its back, and push them roughly right
under itself. It pressed so roughly and hard, that it crushed their
bones which had been shaking, as their eyes glared at the tumbling
avalanche. You could hear the person's bones crushing with a fierce,
scary, crisp, crunchy sound to it.
This event started to get so fierce that every person in the city
had a gigantic, ominous look on their face. They worried that another
avalanche would come down, but even bigger, and cover their whole city.
A man on the other side of the world from Snow Shakia, named
Gandoff, heard about all the avalanches. He was so full of curiosity.
He wanted to know what an avalanche was, and what was causing them.
You see, Gandoff lived in a place called Sun City. Sun City was
right smack in the middle of Sunny Bunny State. The reason it was
called Sun City, is because it was always sunny there. Gandoff had
lived in Sun City for his whole life. He didn't know what snow was, so
he decided to go to Avalanche City, and try to solve the problem.
The next day, Gandoff called the airport to see if he could get a
ticket to the frightened Avalanche City. The person that gave out the
tickets screeched, "Yes! We do have one ticket left."
"Yes!" shrieked Gandoff.
"Your flight will be leaving at 1 a.m.," said the person at the counter.
Gandoff wanted to get a good night's sleep before his outrageous
journey across the world to Avalanche City. So, he drug himself across
his damp burning rug. Once he got to his bedroom door, he stretched out
his excited hand, grabbed firmly on the golden doorknob, and opened the
door. He then drug himself toward his bed. Once he got to his bed, he
flopped right on his back. Suddenly, he dropped off to sleep.
An hour later, he woke up with sweat tumbling down his face. He
rolled his head toward the clock. It was 11:42 pm. So, he flipped off
his bed, grabbed his suitcase, hopped into his Corvette, and sped off
rapidly toward the airport.
One he got to the airport, he ripped his ticket out of his pocket
and gave it to the lady at the register. Then, he skipped into the
plane. Fifteen minutes later, they started moving faster and faster and
faster, until they were up in the air soaring through the sky. Six
hours later, with a sudden jerk, the plane landed in Avalanche City.
Gandoff hopped out of the airplane. He couldn't believe his eyes.
What were these white tiny little things falling from the sky? But,
there was no time to wonder. He needed to climb a mountain, and solve
the mystery of what was causing all the ferocious avalanches to fall
and tumble down all the mountains.
Gandoff took off rocketing to go get some climbing utensils so that
he could climb a mountain, and solve the mystery of why all the
terrible and outrageous avalanches had been occurring once a week in
Avalanche City. As he was darting across the sidewalk, he saw a sign
that said "Come Get Your Climbing Utensils." Gandoff raced over to the
Once he got to the bight blue store, he saw gigantic boots with
sharp needles on the bottom of them. He also saw helmets, snowshoes,
skis, snowboards, and lots of other weird stuff. He wiggled over to the
boots with the needles on the bottom of them and took a pair of them.
Then, he slugged over to the helmets and took one of them. After that,
he skipped over to the warm, cozy, awesome, homey style gloves, and he
grabbed the best pair that his light eyes could find.
He hopped to the person at the register, stretched his arm into his
pocket, and pulled out 200 dollars. He gave it to the man at the
register. He then rocketed off, out of the store, and into the street.
While Gandoff was running, he decided to climb Shiki Mountain where
most of the avalanches occurred. Thus, he turned the other direction
and ran rocketing fast with all his gear on his back.
Once he got to Shiki Mountain, he took off all his gear from his
back and slipped it on his shivering cold body. After that, he started
heading up the mountain. Every step he took, the snow would crunch
crisply under his dreadfully, painfully, needle-like feet. The slight
air trickled and pinched his face.
Once Gandoff got to the top of the mountain, he slowly bobbed his
scaly like skinned head and looked down on the streets of icy snow.
"Wow!" he shouted.
Thousand and thousands of people were all gathered around in a rough
circle, and were glaring at him. Or were they? He was wondering whether
all those staggering people were staring at him, or beyond him. He was
full of curiosity.
He slowly lurched his head to the right. "AAAAH!" he screamed with fright.
Right before him was a horrific, dueling Snow Demon. The Snow Demon
had a long jagged beard that was covered with a filthy, whitish-bluish
color. He also had the biggest nose Gandoff had ever seen. It was about
nine and one-half inches long with a stingy sharp point at the end of
it. Right beside it were two chubby cheeks. Another thing he had were
two gigantic bucking horns on the top of his head. They were curled
neatly at the top. Also, his hands and feet had ferocious claws on them.
"AAAAH!" Gandoff screamed again.
The Snow Demon raised his hands slowly upward. He then shot them
right toward Gandoff. A whole bunch of icy snow floated freefully off
the ground. Then, "POW!", the snow slammed against Gandoff's chest. He
could almost swear the snow made him fly about 20 yards from the Demon.
As he tumbled down the mountain, Gandoff started to feel the ground
shake. Or, was it just him tumbling down the mountain?
Gandoff lurched his queasy head up to see what was going on. He saw
a gigantic white thing coming down right toward him. He screamed with
fury. In about two seconds, the avalanche had taken up Gandoff, thrown
him on top of it's back, and was trying to push him right underneath
itself. But, Gandoff fought and fought and fought. By the time he got
to the ground, he was still on the avalanche's back. He had fought the
avalanche, and he had won!
"Yes!" he shrieked.
He had finished his mission. He crawled off the avalanche's back and
started running around telling everyone what was causing all the
avalanches. They all believed him. A news reporter heard this and
decided to send news to all the world that a Snow Demon was causing all
the avalanches. Thus, he did.
The Snow Demon heard about this and decided to put a spell on the
city, so that they very next day an avalanche would come and bury their
town fiercely. The very next day, the avalanche came. It buried the
However, nobody died because they all took planes out and flew to
Sun City the night before. Thus, to this day, we all know what causes
all those awful avalanches. It is the Snow Demon!
Edited for punctuation.