I am gonna start doing Adish first person
(Let's just say everyone arrived now.)
I watched as many guardians landed on the roof. There was the London guardian, Tokyo guardian, Hawaii, Paris...
Wow. There were ten of us here, not including the old man.
"Now." The old man started, "You're probably wondering why you are all here. Rest assured, you will soon have answers.
"Just recently, a very large group of enemies was spotted coming this way. While some of them are human, most are Jhahiin"
Silence filled the room. The Jhahiin were winged creatures like us, too, except their wings were leathery, like a bat. They were sworn enemies of the guardians, and when they attacked, they attacked hard.
"As you well know," The old man continued, "The Jhahiin are a violent bunch. Last time they attacked, fourty years ago, they killed many and left many for dead. They attacked very suddenly then. We had no warning. But now we do."
The old man took a deep breath, "Your task is to fly to where the armies are and find whatever is causing this. We have reason to believe they have a leader. When you find it, you are to report to us immediately. No taking chances. Unless, of course, you know for certain you can take him out."
Shocked silence greeted the old man's words.
"Wait a moment," the Paris guardian started, "You want us to go stop the massive army by ourselves? Some of us are barely fourteen! Don't you have other, more EXPIERIENCED guardians to do this?"
I agreed and yet disagreed at the same time. I knew I might be young, turning fifteen next month, but no way was I going to turn down this chance. No one had ever let me do anything this important before. Still, he had a point. There were lots more guardians the Elders could choose from.
The old man frowned, "There was much dispute among who we chose to go, trust me," he glared at the Paris guardian, "But our reasons are our own."
I glared at him, "If we are going on this quest, we have the right to know why we were chosen."
The old man sighed reproachfully, "You WILL go. The council agreed on it, and it shall be so. You will set off tomorrow."
"And who will be guardian of our cities while we are gone?" The London protector asked.
"Yes. Who?" I echoed.
"Worry not. We have chosen very capable guardians to watch your city. Now, you must prepare for your journey."
I got a surprise planned for later *Evil grin*
Please tell me before you do anything huge. I have planned the story out.