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TYRANNIAN VICTORY DAY!
Tyrannian Victory Day
The darkness thickens as you draw near,
You hear a breathing sound.
You feel the chills of pressing fear,
A low growl echoes around.
Your high and shrill shriek is lost in the night,
But someone pulls you out of
The Beast's lair by your hand.
You feel it dying away, your fright,
Then you study your saviour and the land.
"Ugga Ugga," he grunts to you,
And another pet comes forward and smiles.
She looks over at something and you look, too,
There are omelettes galore, all in piles.
She smiles at you again.
"What's all this for?" you say.
"I speak your language, so I will tell you, my friend,
It is for the Tyrannian Victory Day."
She beckons you to join in the fun.
Stories are shared and
There are some games to play.
Omelettes are eaten until the day is done,
To celebrate the Tyrannian Victory Day.
The Elders Observe Victory Day
Within a crudely built town hall,
The Elders gather, one and all.
The wise, the brave, the old and bright,
To celebrate an ancient fight.
Tyrannia, so once at war,
Restored now to the peace of yore.
Kyruggi raised her club up high,
And quickly did the chatter die.
"Ugga Ug!" did Grarrg now say,
Which means "To Victory! On this day!"
For long ago the war did cease,
And all rejoiced in state of peace.
Plesio did raise one fin,
A sign that feast would soon begin.
An Omelette buffet, all set out,
A native favourite, without doubt.
The hour of festival at hand,
For Elders of the ancient land.
So long ago did great day come,
When Monoceraptor did succumb.
A celebration well deserved,
As the Elders had observed.
And so with kind rule at the helm,
Serene does dwell the ancient realm.
Tyrannian Victory Day
Huzzah for the Tyrannian Victory!
To the heroes and warriors alike,
To those who dared, triumphs we share!
Tribal drums boom at the strike.
With grunts and squeals, unveil the meal --
A feast for all of Neopia to partake:
Steaming Nerkin Leg, Pickled Keno Eggs.
As all stampede to the food, the earth quakes.
Celebrate the Tyrannian Victory --
Good has conquered again!
A short toast to the delicious roast;
We always count on a win.
With song and dance, they all prance
To the resounding music the band plays.
A celebration ball in the Tyrannian Concert Hall --
Hurry now, don't miss this, the day of days!
Music for a Tyrannian Victory
By Concertogreat_8 and Wicked_Summer
He stands there, disgusted. Listening. And
Watching, watching as the world he knew,
(CRASH. BANG. SCREAM.)
Collapses into sound.
Violins abandoned, trumpets overrode,
Dustbin lids and crashing rocks the instrument
Of choice. How could this happen? How could
It have come to this, this awful, awful noise?
This awful noise. This crashing sound,
Blunt and loud and screaming chaos. Why
Is it this way? Why? This Concert Hall,
Shrine of sound. Sacred place.
Wisps of sound, melody unheard,
To his horrified ears just chaos-bound.
(SCRATCH. CRASH. BA-BOOM.)
Tyrannian, they said, but they never said
Horrible noise. Tyrannian, pretty, they said,
Cool music, makes you want to dance.
(WHACK. SMACK. SCREECH.)
Not this hideous scene before his eyes.
Celebration, it was called, of a victory,
A day when Tyrannians marked their hopes.
Their music is their souls, they know,
They try to show the outsiders this.
(SMASH. CRASH. BANG.)
Weeping bitter tears, he stands,
He stands there as it tears to pieces
His fragile, music-loving heart
That yet cannot understand this sort
Of thing; Tyrannian celebration.
And as he stands, as his tears fall,
To ground, like wisps of sound.
Clear notes, forgotten in the mess,
Of melody lost, of disarray found --
His broken heart. It weathered
Years, of listening to the saddest songs;
And it broke then. As sound deluge
Swept 'way music of years gone by.
(BASH. CRACK. SCREAM.)
Seven years ago, this day,
News of invaders doth convey
Among the silent, ancient town.
Village leaders, wise, renowned,
Gathered to the city centre
"A war, a war!, forced to enter!"
Devising army strategies,
Sabre-X doth oversee
The brutal battle 'cross the land
And ghastly bombers, soon at hand.
From violent grounds, invaders flee
Our weakness, they told the enemy.
Korbat scouts, plunder, loot, and pillage,
Our devoted home, our illustrious village.
Tekel and his enchanting potions,
Aided forces of the ocean.
Plesio's army doth soon defeat
The wretched enemies' grand fleet.
As Tyrannians anticipated no more
The leader emerged, Monoceraptor!
With brawny fighters, strong and clever,
Save their home, they doth endeavoured.
At last, the time had finally come
Advantage gained, the war was won!
Tyrannians soon reclaimed their land
And foiled detrimental plans.
Neopians today doth celebrate
The outcome of this fateful date.
Now Tyrannians are safe, at least,
So let's celebrate! It's time to feast!
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