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The Neopian Times Week 41 > Short Stories > The Great Tyrannian War

The Great Tyrannian War

by slack_jawd_yokel

Rumples_Skin_Skin, the speckled Aisha, woke up with a feeling of alarming dread in his stomach. He rolled over in his sheets, which smelt of cardboard, and said to Spitfire, his Airax, “I’m going to your homeland today.”

Spitfire, the only Petpet Rumples knew that could talk, opened one yellow eye lazily and answered, “I’m green with envy.”

“A whole day of dusty soil, dinosaur bones, and hairy people going, 'Ooga Booga.'” Rumples said as he pulled off his pajamas and put on a pair of jeans. Spitfire swooped down from his perch that hung from the ceiling, and landed on Rumples’ shoulder. The Aisha finished dressing and headed to the kitchen.

His older sisters, KiwiBonk and MinxJade, were already seated at the orange and blue table, bickering over who could have the last of the "Aisha Crunch Mix" for breakfast. As soon as she saw Rumples, MinxJade let go of the box of cereal and grinned.

“You’re going to Tyrannia today, huh?” MinxJade said.

“Yeah, so?” said Rumples gruffly as he poured himself some orange juice.

“I remember that trip. I went too, in grade seven. Boring as... as... fishcakes without ketchup.” KiwiBonk recalled. “A tour guide led us around to look at rocks and really big brown boulders. Every once in awhile some weird bird or something flew overhead and pooped on someone. There were hairy Myncis, like--”

“Grunting.” KiwiBonk interrupted. “Every five seconds a Kacheek, at least I think it was a Kacheek, charged us. By the end of the day--”

“We were covered in dirt and slime.” MinxJade added. “So don’t wear good clothes.”

“One Lupe fell down a canyon, or something--”

“Another girl broke her leg.”

“And there was no hospital.”

“One really gross thing spit on me.”

“There were Airaxes, like Spitfire.”

“There was animal dung all over the place.”

Rumples grabbed his bookbag and a piece of toast, then ran to his bus stop. Unfortunately, it was KiwiBonk and MinxJade’s bus stop as well. They continued to tell him about the horrors of Tyrannia. It seemed to Rumples that the place was a giant pile of manure, with hairy beasts ripping people’s legs off. “How could this day get any worse?” Rumples though. Then he realized he had forgotten his lunch.

* * *

As soon as he arrived at school, the grade sevens were herded onto a bus headed for Tyrannia. Rumples grabbed a seat next to his friend, Stone Soldier, a green Korbat. His other close friend, Gushaa, a green Kacheek, sat down next to Rumples.

“My brother told me all about Tyrannia.” said Gushaa. “He says there’s two parts, a jungle, and a plateau.”

“We’re going to the plateau.” said Auristiclate, who was in the seat in front of them.

“The jungle is off limits to everyone except the grade twelves.” said Stone. “I heard there was dinosaurs and everything in it.”

“That’s not fair.” Rumples said. “The plateau is a giant rock.”

“Yeah, this trip is going to be soooo boring.” Gushaa groaned.

After an hour and a half of increasingly bumpy road, the bus at last turned into a lot. The students stepped off the bus, stretching their legs and looking all around. Their teachers, Ms. Hoopert, the strict yellow Kyrii, and Mr. Dull, the sleepy Blumaroo, directed the students to a tiny shack to buy tickets to get in.

Rumples looked all around. He could see the tops of trees far away, and in the other direction, a chain of reddish mountains. The ground was dusty, and a strange maroon color. There were no plants to be seen.

Gushaa snorted, then started to cough out the dust he had breathed. “I hab horrible allergies. I neeb a dissue.”

A nearby Peophin started to complain that the dry air was drying out her skin. The students were cranky, and all of them seemed to find something wrong with this place.

“How come we couldn’t go to Faerieland?” Stone demanded. “Everyone’s been here, and it’s ten times worse with your teachers.”

“At least we can see the Omelette.” Auris said. “Even though I hate eggs.”

Ms. Hooper and Mr. Dull separated the students into two groups. Rumples, Gushaa, and Stone were in one, along with several of their classmates, including StarLight_Baby33, a starry Uni, much to Rumples’ dismay. She was by far the preppiest person he had ever met. Mr. Dull was in charge of their group.

“First of all, children, we will go to the Village to examine the artifacts used in the Great Tyrannian war.” said Mr. Dull in the bored tone he used all the time. “Please follow me. Single file, please. Stay together. Don’t touch the villagers.” Ms. Hooper’s group walked away in the other direction, towards a brick building.

“At least we’re not with Hooper.” Stone said. “Mr. Dull may be dull, but he doesn’t freak out every five seconds.”

Rumples overheard StarLight telling Hannah97, a Cloud Aisha in their class, how she was getting a manicure after school, and how the dry air was ruining her cuticles.

“I didn’t know Unis had cuticles.” Rumples murmured.

StarLight whirled around. “Like, shut up, you dork!” Then she continued her conversation with Hannah.

A passing Tyrannian grunted at them, and the girls squealed. Stone rolled his eyes, and Gushaa sneezed six times in a row. Now, they were at the village. The huts were made of mud and hay, it seemed. Hairy pets with abnormally long arms were wandering about, cooking and sewing with primordial tools. They didn’t seem to notice the group of twenty grade sevens gawking at their strange ways. Mr. Dull led them around the village, stopping occasionally to explain something in his plain, toneless voice. A group of grey things with really big heads were carrying some sort of carcass on their shoulders. They each held a spear topped with a pointy rock. StarLight and her friends gave a little shriek when they passed by, right in front of them. Several women, or hairy gross things with dresses, were tanning animal skins, and a little baby with orange skin and thick eyebrows was drawing on a rock with a burnt stick.

Mr. Dull stopped to give a speech about a group of Tyrannians playing with a ball made of fur. StarLight and Hannah started giggling about something. Gushaa gave a particularly loud sneeze, and Stone started to laugh. Mr. Dull stopped his speech and said, “What’s so funny?” The Tyrannian kids behind him looked confused. Soon, the whole class was laughing at Gushaa’s sneeze. Mr. Dull looked flabbergasted. The Tyrannians stopped playing, and one picked up the ball, throwing it right at Rumples. He didn’t have time to duck. Despite being covered in fur, the ball proved not to be soft at all, and Rumples fell. That's when everything went black...

* * *

“Ruuma. Ruuma. You wake up now.” said a husky voice in Rumples’ ear. Slowly and painfully, he opened his eyes. A bunch of fuzzy faces were looking down at him.

“Where am I?” Rumples said, struggling to sit up. But a firm hand pushed him back down.

“No. Ruuma rest now. We bring you to elder. Elder good.” Rumples had the impression of being raised, and then carried a short distance into darkness. He had to bite his lip so he wouldn’t cry out. His head was throbbing. He was laid down, and another fuzzy face peered down at him.

“Nothing. Go.” an extremely shaky voice commanded.

Rumples was carried outside again. Outside, that’s where he was. He could see the sky, the clouds, and the sun, which was now low in the sky. Around him were crouched dark shapes. As his vision cleared, he could see they were small Tyrannian children, just like the ones that had played ball.

An orange-skinned one held a ball in his hands. “Ooma sorry.” he said apologetically.

“You good now. Elder say so.” the biggest child said.

“Yeah...” said Rumples, rubbing his head. Suddenly he understood. These were the children that had hit him with the ball, and they were apologizing. “That’s okay. I forgive you. But next time, watch where you throw that ball, buddy.” Rumples said, starting to get up. The Tyrannians looked confused. “I know you don’t understand me, but it’s okay.” Still no response. “I good now,” he shouted. “Thank you. Goodbye.” He turned to go.

“Where Ruuma going?” said one of the children, a girl judging by her high voice. She grabbed his arm. “We play now. Careful.”

They wanted him to play with them. “I have to get back with my class.” said Rumples. Where were they, anyway? Rumples looked around. The same mud huts surrounded him, the same villagers, the same cooking pots and fires. Or maybe they weren’t the same. What time was it? Rumples glanced at his watch, but it wasn’t there. All his clothes were gone. He was dressed in a rough, prickly shirt and some kind of leather leggings.

“You guys took my clothes?” Rumples said.

After a moment of silence, the girl said again. “We play. Come.”

“Where?” he whispered. This was too weird. He had to get back to Mr. Dull and the class. These, these savages had knocked him out, taken all his stuff, and kidnapped him. Rumples frantically searched his pockets. He found a pointy rock, a crude slingshot, and a handful of stones.

“Come to play,” said another child. “What wrong?” The children grunted amongst themselves. Overhead, a strange bird flew, headed for tropical looking trees about a mile away. Rumples turned and ran, following the bird. The children hooted and hollered, but didn’t run after him. In a rush of panic, Rumples weaved in and out of a group of rhinoceros-like creatures that were grazing on the brown grass.

At the edge of the forest, he stopped. The bird was perched in a palm tree, watching him with one yellow eye. Far away, he could see the village and the grazing rhino things. The children were nowhere to be seen.

Rumples leaned against a tree to catch his breath. His class had left him, it was many hours since he had last seen them, and the only soul to be seen was the weird bird. What was it that Mr. Dull had said about the jungle? For that is where Rumples thought himself to be. On the outskirts of the Tyrannian Jungle.

“I could go back to the village,” Rumples said aloud, “but the people there are nuts. They think I’m one of them. Did I go back in time?” He shook his head. “That’s impossible. Get ahold of yourself, Rumples. Okay, these are my options.” With the bird watching silently overhead, Rumples made a mental list of what he could do.

“I could go back to the village and search for Mr. Dull and everyone there, or I could go into the jungle, and possibly meet a dinosaur.” Rumples muttered. “I think I’ll go back to the village.”

The rhino things had been grazing peacefully, but something seemed to arouse them. They were slowly moving in Rumples’ direction. As they came closer, Rumples realized that people were sitting on their backs. People wearing armor, and holding long spears......

The bird in the tree squawked. Rumples started to shimmy up a tree desperately. He didn’t know what was going on, but he sure didn’t want to be in the Tyrannians’ way.

Rumples lay on a thick branch, hidden by leaves. He saw, below him, little brown creatures that looked like raptors racing out of the forest towards the rhinos and their riders. “This must be the Great Tyrannian War!” Rumples thought, and clutched his branch harder. He must have gone back in time; the Great Tyrannian War had happened hundreds of years ago...

“This must be one of those dramatizations of a war. I bet my class is watching somewhere nearby. This is all acting.” he told himself. But the shouts and angry war cries he heard seemed real, as was the blood that soaked into the already red earth.

The Tyrannians defeated the raptors with no problem, but that was just the first wave. Larger, lizard-like dinosaurs came next, and fought with their claws and teeth. Many Tyrannians were lost, until at last they were gone. This was all happening about 300 feet from where Rumples was hidden.

Larger dinosaurs appeared beneath him, that looked like Skieths. Little Myncis were on their backs, about twenty on each one, and they threw rocks at the rhino riders. Some reinforcements came from the village, but these warriors had no rhinos; they were easy to spot, thanks to the large clubs that they were weilding. At last the dinosaurs were gone. The Tyrannians were winning.

There were a few moments of silence, and the villagers gave a loud cheer. They had won. There were many wounded, and a few had even perished. The survivors helped the hurt to their feet. They were almost at the village when Rumples breathed a sigh of relief, glad it was all over. He was about to start down the tree, when the ground started to shake. The Tyrannians turned back, confused and afraid.

One red shape passed Rumples’ tree by only a few feet. He clutched the tree trunk, frozen in fear. It was a huge red Grarrl, about twenty feet tall and thirty feet from head to the tip of its tail. It reeked of rotting meat. The Grarrl let out a terrifying, deafening roar, and charged. That was followed by at least twenty more.

One of the dinosaurs hit Rumples’ tree with its shoulder, and he went flying. For a moment Rumples’ couldn’t figure out where he was, but then he realized he was on a Grarrl’s back! The dinosaur hadn’t even noticed. Rumples dug his claws into the red scales, and hung on for dear life. He had involuntarily closed his eyes, but he could hear the horrible roars from the Grarrls, the screams of the Tyrannians, and the whack of the wooden clubs. It seemed the war would go on forever. Somehow, the Grarrl that Rumples was clinging to remained untouched, and unknowing that a tiny Aisha was hanging onto his back.

Suddenly, everything went quiet. At last it’s over, Rumples thought. He opened his eyes. Not many Tyrannians were left standing. Not a single Grarrl seemed to be mortally injured. Had the Tyrannians given up? Rumples tried to remember the facts they had learned about the Great Tyrannian War before they left for the field trip. He was sure the Tyrannians had won, but how could they? None of the remaining warriors looked like they were capable of winning now. And why had everything stopped?

One of the Grarrls moaned. Rumples saw a young girl walking among the dead and wounded. “What is she doing here?” he asked himself. She had purple hair and was dressed in green. She was very pretty, but her face seemed to... shift. Like once she had large lips and a small nose, and the next second she had unusually large eyes and no nose at all. The girl seemed to glow with an inner light, and she glared at the Tyrannians and Grarrls.

“Not even my battles last this long,” she said, in a calm, but loud voice that echoed over the bloody plains. A little purple Kougra appeared beside her, then many more like it. The Kougras swarmed among the Grarrls’ clawed feet, and pushed them back. The existing Tyrannians grouped together.

“Do any of you understand what a terrible thing war is?” the girl said. Rumples slid off the unmoving Grarrls’ back and moved closer to the girl. “I fight evil and darkness because I have to, and there is many a night when I wish it were not so. I doubt if there is one among you who remembers what caused this Great Tyrannian War.”

Rumples thought, “Aha! This IS the Great Tyrannian War.”

“This war between you, the Tyrannians of the Plateau and you, the Tyrannians of the Jungle, started when a Tyrannian of the Jungle that called a Tyrannian of the Plateau a rotten egg, and the different kin have been fighting for generations. I think that is a very stupid reason.” The purple Kougras purred in agreement. “I have seen people hurt for not sharing a gift, babies stolen because of a broken promise, and law disputes over a puddle of water, but this kind of grudge you hold for so many years just... sickens me.” The Grarrls lowered their head in shame. The Tyrannians of the Plateau had faces of stone. “I can’t order you to forgive each other, but I can order you never to fight again.” The girl cupped her hands to her face and whispered something in a strange language. In a shimmer of blue light, the Uber Water Faerie appeared.

“Sister, I need your help.” the girl said. Was she a Faerie, too?

“You can say that again.” the Water Faerie said, and cast a glowing spell of healing over the dead and wounded, and over the untouched Grarrls. The limp forms stirred, and the blood that had coated the dusty ground disappeared.

“Farewell, sister.” said the Water Faerie, and disappeared.

“Live in peace.” the young girl said, and disappeared. The little Kougras vanished like tiny puffs of purple smoke.

Nobody moved for a few seconds. The mighty Grarrls surveyed the villagers that they had held a rivalry against for so long. The newly restored Tyrannians of the Plateau stood bravely, dwarves beside their giant enemies. Finally, one of the Grarrls spoke. Or rather, grunted. Whatever it was he said, the other Tyrannians seemed to understand. Several more Tyrannians from both sides conversed briefly, then the first of each side that had spoken, the leaders, it seemed, shook hands. The Grarrl said a long speech, in an apologetic tone of grunting, and brought forth a giant egg. Then another. Then another. They brought the eggs from inside their jungle. The eggs were so big, it took about ten Grarrls to lift one. They brought the eggs in a solemn procession to a bare spot on the plateau, as if they meant to give the eggs to the Tyrannians of the Plateau.

“Why on earth would they want baby Grarrls?” Rumples thought. But that’s not what the Grarrls did. One by one, the massive eggs were cracked open, and the liquid poured on the dust soil. The Grarrls bowed, and after a few grunts were exchanged, left for their jungle home.

The villagers rushed over and marveled at the huge egg yoke spreading over the soil.

“Good.”

“Grarrls no bad.”

“We eat?”

“No, must cook.” Sure enough, the egg was sizzling. It wasn’t even that warm outside.

“Just like scrambled eggs,” Rumples though, “or an Omelette...”

“Ruuma! Ruuma!” the ball-playing kids cried. “Where Ruuma go?” one of them said.

“Ruuma miss great war. Big egg, Ruuma. We play now?”

“No, not now.” Rumples said. He had to find Mr. Dull and his class. Somehow, he had to get back to the present. But the children looked so sad, Rumples gave in. “Okay, but just one game.”

Rumples had no idea how to play, but it was very simple. The game, which the children called Thorg, was a mix of football and soccer. The furry ball was very heavy, and had to be rolled by some of the younger kids. A few villagers had tore off some of the cooked egg, and were starting to eat it.

“Good!” Rumples overheard one of them say.

“We no hungry.” added another.

This day was really weird. Rumples thought. I’m probably dreaming now, being knocked out by that ball. But at least I learned something. This field trip wasn’t a complete waste. I wonder who that girl was. She was saying stuff about battles, maybe she was the Battle Faerie. I wonder where Stone and Gushaa are? Wait ‘til I tell them I was in the Tyrannian Jungle! But how will I ever get back?

“Catch, Ruuma!” a child cried, and threw the ball at Rumples. He didn’t see it coming though, and couldn’t catch it in time. The hard ball hit him squarely in the head. A familiar throbbing returned. Rumples fell, and everything went black...

* * *

“Oog. Oog. You wake up now,” said a husky voice in Rumples’ ear. Slowly and painfully, he opened his eyes. A bunch of fuzzy faces were looking down at him.

“What?” Rumples said, struggling to sit up, but a firm hand pushed him back down.

“No. Rest now. We bring you to elder. Elder good.”

“No, thank you, I have the situation under control,” a bored, toneless voice said.

“Rumples, can you hear me?” a high pitched voice said in his ear. Rumples sat up, his head aching, and looked around. Stone was seated at his feet, looking worried. Mr. Dull was bent over him, breathing in his face. Hannah was holding his hand and looked close to tears. Several Tyrannian children stood around him. One clutched a ball covered in fur.

“I-I...” Rumples said.

“Come on, let’s get you to the infirmary,” said Mr. Dull. Stone had to pry Hannah’s fingers off Rumples. “I thought there wasn’t a hospital,” Rumples said thickly. Mr. Dull led him to a brick building where he sat on a bench and a nurse gave him an ice pack to hold on his head. The building seemed so clean, after the gritty soil of the old Tyrannia.

“One of the native children hit you with a ball as they were playing. It was an accident, of course.” Mr. Dull explained.

“How long was I... out?” Rumples said, trying to ignore the throbbing in his head.

“Only a matter of minutes.”

“I... it felt like much longer.”

Mr. Dull told Rumples to rest, and left to finish the field trip with the students. Rumples passed the time by asking the nurse, a red Usul, questions about Tyrannia. In the end, she gave him a pamphlet that explained that the Omelette was created by a giant dragon that had flown one day, laid one gigantic egg, and left.

“Rubbish.” Rumples mumbled.

“Did you say something, dear?” the Usul said.

Several hours later, Rumples rejoined the students as they got on the bus to go home. Rumples had decided not to tell anyone about what he had been through, because they would scoff, and besides, he wasn’t even sure if it had really happened. Hannah acted rather strangely on the bus, and wouldn’t look at Rumples.

“You were lucky. You got to go to the infirmary while we went around, and looked at rocks.” Auris said.

“All for a bump on the head.” said Stone. “If I knew I could have done that to get away, I would have gladly taken a shovel and whacked myself over the head.”

“The bones we loobed at were cool.” said Gushaa.

“Oh, shut up.” Stone snapped.

* * *

As soon as the bus pulled into the school, Rumples had to get on another bus to go home. KiwiBonk turned to talk to him in her seat.

“How was your trip?” she asked. Rumples shrugged. “I heard you fainted.”

“I didn’t faint, I got knocked out by some kid.” Rumples snarled.

“Yeah, sure.” KiwiBonk snorted. “Learn anything?”

“Yeah, how it feels to have a twenty pound ball slammed against my head.”

* * *

Alison, Rumples’ owner, was horrified to learn that Rumples had been knocked out, and made him lie down for the rest of the evening. It wasn’t until bedtime, at 9:00, that he saw Spitfire. The Airax was perched on Rumples’ lamp. His eyes glinted yellow and orange in the dim light.

Rumples flicked on the light. “Have fun today?” Spitfire said.

“I got knocked out by a Tyrannian kid, and then I had a really weird dream.” Spitfire was the only one Rumples had admitted that to.

“I see.”

“It was really weird, it was all educational and stuff, about the Great Tyrannian War and the Omelette.”

“Hmm.”

“I saw an Airax like you.”

“Only one?”

“Yep. You know, my dream wasn’t the same as real life. I mean, in real life, a dragon came and laid an egg, and that became the Omelette. But in my dream, the Tyrannians of the Jungle gave a whole bunch of eggs to the Tyrannians of the Plateau.”

“Which do you believe?”

“I don’t know. I’m tired.” Rumples said, and slid into bed.

“You didn’t brush your teeth.” Spitfire reminded him.

“I don’t care.” Rumples said. Spitfire ruffled his feathers, and turned off the lamp with his beak. If anyone had looked into that room at that time, they would have seen the still form of a sleeping Aisha, and two glowing yellow eyes watching his owner just as carefully as he had watched the Great Tyrannian War that had happened hundreds of years ago.

Author’s Note: The characters StarLight_Baby33 and Hannah98 are fictional. I’m sorry if you or your pet’s name were used in this story; I didn’t try it.

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