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Aboard the Cyodrake's Gaze
Our tale begins on a quiet night,
A boat rocking steady at sea,
The crew had just sat down to dine,
And perhaps to drink some tea.
The captain named Tuan,
A dashing young Gnorbu,
All dressed in leather and suede,
Commanded his crewmates gallantly,
Unaware of his horrible fate.
Overhearing a spiteful remark
Come from an Aisha named Hoban,
The brave captain Tuan said, "Hark-
This journey will proceed as planned!"
So the crew of the great ship ate and ate,
And then they ate some more,
Until all of their troubles melted away,
As far as a distant shore.
But late that night, disaster struck,
The ship was being attacked
By painful winds and bitter rain
At which the crew could not strike back.
Now the crew of the Cyodrake's Gaze,
They were known to be quite limber,
So they battled the storm as best as they could,
Often yelling "Avast!" and "Shiver me timbers!"
Try as they might, the storm prevailed,
Engulfing their many supplies,
Yet still they tried, to no avail,
For the ship had been terrorised.
After the storm was done and through
There was one more mystery.
The Aisha named Hoban had vanished and gone
Leaving no trace, no history,
And now, my friends, it is up to you,
We rely on you, I do not jest!
For until each Neopian does their part,
The crew of the CG won't rest!
Foreigners On Krawk Island
A grumble, a sigh
A wistful look to the horizon
In the direction of home
Lost in a storm,
Stuck in a strange new land
And a crew member's gone missing
So many worries-
Having all of them at once
Can weigh even a captain down
The rowdy people here,
So different and unknown
It's colder here, much colder
And much sandier and saltier-
Are those even words?
Not bad, this place
The heart aches for home
Home's food and comforts,
Home's family and friends
And the feeling of familiarity
This place, Krawk Island, is not home.
The Cyodrake's Gaze
What a day it was when I decided
To take a trip out to Krawk Island,
I took the ship that was provided
And made it safely to the island.
But wait! What's this amongst the mist?
A mysterious ship docked off the shore,
Intrigued I then could not resist
To read what was upon the door.
"The Cyodrake's Gaze," I wondered aloud,
I had a feeling this ship was not from here,
What was its purpose, was it allowed
To sit here upon this brilliant pier.
I gazed at it fondly for a moment,
Its rugged sails of blue and white
Had ropes bound tightly to their extent
While shining slightly in the light.
Cautiously I stepped aboard
And headed towards the captain;
"I am afraid you'll be ignored
For we have lost something again."
Curiosity had seized me
So I continued to persist,
And when he was forced to agree
He sat down and said, "If you insist."
"It all began last night
When a terrible storm blew in;
I helped my men, we held on tight
But it turned out that we could not win.
"The next morning Orrin came to me,
'I believe Hoban fell to sea!' he cried.
We searched the ship, used every key
But we could not find him, though we tried.
"All of our supplies fell into the ocean,
The Cyodrake's Gaze was badly battered,
But we did not give up our devotion
Because finding him was all that mattered."
Picture to picture
You play the game.
Match them up
Each pair the same.
Piece by piece
And row by row.
Relaxed and free,
Now, here we go!
Take your time
But not too long
Don't get it wrong.
And in the end
It's win or lose.
But that depends
On what you choose.
Turn by turn
And tile by tile
The job: to clear
Away the pile
Play for fun
Or play to win
And now, begin.
The Ship in the Harbor
A dark night transforms to twilight,
With the rising of the beaming sun.
And as the fogs clear over the bay,
Krawk Island's day hast begun.
But wait -- what lies within the waters?
As the murky mists creep away,
And soon island residents discover-
Empty and alone is not the bay...
For even the most archaic of legends have told,
Krawk Island draws in unusual folk.
Pirates and looters and untrustworthy villians,
As well as risky types swathed in dusty cloaks.
But as the old wooden boards creak in the water,
Villagers recall the tales of old.
Wary of this unexpected ship they remain,
And the heated light begins
To replace the dark cold.
Dawn rises against
The dark waters of Krawk Island,
And the mysteries have only started.
As the aura of enigma spreads over land,
Hailing from the ship in the harbor.
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