Ash and the Beanstalk (revised) - PrologueAsh and the Beanstalk (revised) - Prologue by BennytheBeast
Danny Lionheart came home from his first day of school. He went into the living room where he dropped his backpack on the floor and turned on the television. Shortly after, his father, Leo Lionheart entered the room.
“Hey there, sport!” said Leo. “How was your first day back in school?”
“Terrible,” Danny responded with his eyes glued to the screen.
“Math and science are just too hard for me to understand and during P.E. I couldn’t climb the rope at all!”
“Things will seem better tomorrow, Danny.”
“School will probably get harder with each day. Maybe I should just quit.”
“Now hold it right there!” Leo said. He grabbed the remote and turned off the TV, then sat down next to Danny with a serious look in his eyes. “I’m not gonna let you be a drop out just because you had one bad experience.”
“But dad,” Danny start
Ash and the Beanstalk (revised) - Part 1Ash and the Beanstalk (revised) - Part 1 by BennytheBeast
In a world where talking animals co-existed with humans, a boy named Ash Ketchum lived with his mother, Delia, in a small house in Pallet Town. Ash often helped with the chores around the house, and though his intentions were good he usually ended up making a bigger mess.
“Ash,” Delia called out to her son. “Have you finished folding the laundry?”
“Yeah, mom!” Ash responded.
He was watching a Pokémon league battle of his small television, and he didn’t hear the sound of his mother’s footsteps coming up the stairs to his bedroom door.
“Ash!” Delia shouted as she opened to door. Ash responded with a short scream and a tumble from his bed to the floor. “I asked if you folded the laundry.”
“I did, Mom!” said Ash.
“Then how do you explain this, young man?”
Delia held out a basket of shirts and pants, all of which were piled in a mess of imprecise folds.
“But mom, you
Ash and the Beanstalk (revised) - Part 2Ash and the Beanstalk (revised) - Part 2 by BennytheBeast
Later in the afternoon, Ash went to Professor Oak’s lab. When Professor Oak asked about the Pokémon, Ash instead showed him the bag of magic beans. The professor was anything but happy by this news.
“This is the most irresponsible thing you’ve ever done!” Oak shouted with fury. “I trusted you to bring back the Pokémon, Ash, and you just gave it away for beans?!?”
“But Professor Oak,” Ash said desperately,” These are MAGIC beans, and they can help us get even more rare Pokémon.”
“There’s no such thing at magic beans, you nitwit! You let yourself get swindled by two strangers!”
“I’m sorry, Professor.” Ash replied with a shameful heart.
“Well, so am I,” Oak said in a calm but disappointed tone, “because now I can’t trust you with a trainer’s license on your tenth birthday.”
“But!” Ash tried to rebuttal, but O
Ash and the Beanstalk (revised) - Part 3Ash and the Beanstalk (revised) - Part 3 by BennytheBeast
The very next morning, Palladon and Prowl drove Ash and Delia back over to their house to see the extent of the damage. The beanstalk took over the entire backyard and the rear third of the house.
“Our house!” Delia cried out.
“This must be the magic those guys were talking about,” Ash said. He ran to the beanstalk and stared directly up at it. The stalk seemed to disappear high up within the clouds. “Whoa! This may be the coolest thing ever!” The idea of rare Pokémon raced through his head again, but then was suddenly interrupted by something else. To Ash, it sounded like someone was singing from high above. Without thinking, Ash jumped at the beanstalk and started to climb.
“Ash, wait!” Delia called out to her son. Ash stopped climbing and looked down at his mother. “You don’t know what’s up there!”
“There’s only one way to find out, mom!
Ash and the Beanstalk (revised) - Part 4Ash and the Beanstalk (revised) - Part 4 by BennytheBeast
After a long trek over the hedges, Ash, Palladon and Prowl finally reached the castle. It was an enormous site to see. The steps at the front door were so tall that the three travelers couldn’t see over them.
“Man, the mortgage on this place must be more than even Richie Rich can afford, “said Prowl.
“That voice sounds louder,” said Ash. He looked all around, trying to see where it was coming from.
“Over there!” Palladon said as he pointed to an open cellar window. The three of them peeked in through the window and saw standing on a large, vertically poised rum barrel a young woman with a gold harp attached to her back. Her long dress glimmered like diamonds in the sun. She had curly brown hair that reached halfway down her back, and she swayed her arms slowly about while singing a song out loud.
‘She’s so beautiful!” Ash said with wide eyes.
“You can say that again,” Prowl said
Ash and the Beanstalk (revised) - Part 5Ash and the Beanstalk (revised) - Part 5 by BennytheBeast
Maverick returned to the cellar shortly. He pulled up a chair and sat down in front of Chrissie.
“Sing for me, my harp,” he said.
“If I sing for you, will you let them go?” she asked.
Chrissie eyed the jar sitting on the spice rack. Ash, Palladon and Prowl were watching with curious and cautious stares.
“Maybe,” Maverick replied. “Now sing!”
The magic harp began singing a lovely ballad for the archfiend. He watched her as a smile of approval crossed his face. They were unaware that Gula was sneaking around outside to the open window. In his hand was a bottle of chloroform.
“Let’s see you stop me from eating those pipsqueaks in your sleep, chum,” the round-bellied archfiend cackled as he popped the top off the bottle and set it right on the window sill.
The aroma of the chloroform was carried by the wind into the cellar. As Chrissie continued to sing her song, Maverick soon felt himsel
Ash and the Beanstalk (revised) - FinaleAsh and the Beanstalk (revised) - Finale by BennytheBeast
Chrissie hopped over to Maverick, who was still deeply slumbering in his chair.
“Wake up!” she shouted as she yanked on his arm. “Please wake up!” The sleeping giant did not budge. The magic harp took a deep breath and let out a very loud operatic high note. Right away, Maverick’s eyes burst wide open as he fell backwards along with his chair. “Hurry!” She cried as she moved closer to his face. “They need your help.”
“What is going on here?” Maverick asked in an angry tone. “How did you get down from your stand?”
“There’s no time! Avaritia and Gula have taken them!”
“What?!?” Maverick shouted. He looked toward his spice rack and noticed right away that the jar with his prisoners was missing. He then heard the sound of crashing pots and pans coming from the kitchen.
After what felt like a long and fierce battle, Gula and
Ash and the Beanstalk (revised) - EpilogueAsh and the Beanstalk (revised) - Epilogue by BennytheBeast
“Wow! That’s really great how Ash never gave up,” said Danny happily, “even when he kept messing up.”
“Right, but with the right help,” Leo replied, “like his friends Palladon and Prowl, you can turn any situation around no matter how bad it is.”
“I understand now, dad.”
“Glad to hear that son, so do you need help with your homework?”
“There’s no homework after the first day of school, dad?” Danny laughed.
“Oh, right.” Leo chuckled.
“But I could use some help climbing the gym rope.”
“That, I can do, son.”
“Great! I’ll get the magic beans!” Danny laughed and ran toward the kitchen.
“Whoa! Danny, wait a minute!!!” Leo said running after him.
Meanwhile, somewhere up in the clouds, there stood a giant castle in the center of a giant maze garden. In that castle, two selfish archfiends bickered a
Wolf and Fox's prankFox and Wolf's PrankWolf and Fox's prank by Talon334
It was a peaceful day at LKHFF and business was slow with it being summer it was already hot and in Stronghold Studio's Fox had a great idea
Fox: Wolf I got a great idea for a great prank we can pull
Wolf: I hope this is not like the last one you played
Fox: Don't worry Wolf
Wolf: Alright what is your idea
Fox: Follow me we are going inside LHFF Vault
Wolf: Fox are you crazy we are forbidden for going inside
Fox: We won't get caught promise
Wolf: Alright lead the way
Fox led the way to the Vault and checked around for the key holes then he saw them on the door he turned back to Wolf and smiled
Wolf: Oh no Fox I am not going to hack open the vault
Fox: Alrights lets get one thing out of there
Wolf being forced to unlock the door and stood outside while fox went in then he brought back a medium spider props that were used in the Halloween Parade
Wolf: Fox what are you doing
Fox: We are going to play a joke on the girls
Wolf: Your crazy Fox