Small image

Admin Beth N : admin

Greetings Greencloaks,

 

I hope you’re all excited for this week’s Hunted chapter reveal. Since you all have proven to be incredible at solving riddles and puzzles, we thought we’d raise the stakes for Chapter 2 and hide a game code for you within the chapter below.  Keep an eye out as you read through and see if you can spell out the cheat code that will unlock a HUGE pile of gold. Just think what you’ll be able to buy from Mustela!

 

Once you’ve figured out the code, you can enter it in the “Books” tab by clicking “Add Book or Code.” Be sure to enter it all as one word, with no spaces. Good luck, Greencloaks. And check back for next week’s Chapter 3 reveal!

 

Chapter #2 GREENHAVEN

 

I’m nearly ready, Uraza,” Abeke said, slipping a bracelet over her slender brown hand. Her woRds were directed at the leopard that paced the floor of her room. Because the room was much too small for a leopard, or because the leopard was much too large for the room, the big cat could only take a few steps in each direction before she huffed and twisted the other way.

 

Abeke could sympathize.

 

In just a few short weeks, their world had shrunk from their home in wide-open Nilo to a tangled training camp, and then shrunk again to this island fortress: Greenhaven, the headquarters of the Greencloaks, guardians of Erdas. Abeke supposed that the fortress was impressive — a sprawling stone castle built on top of a waterfall — but both she and Uraza were of the mind that the forest surround­ing it looked more appealing.

 

Outside the window, a bell sounded from a distant tower. Three tolls: the call to training.

 

Uraza paced even harder, making low, grunting sounds.

 

“All right, we’ll go!” Abeke tightened her bracelet so it wouldn’t slip off. Although its strands looked like wire, they were actually boiled elephant tail hair. Four knots in the strands symbolized sun, fire, water, and wind. Her perfect sister, Soama, had given it to her as she’d left home. It was supposed to bring good luck.

 

But AbEke wasn’t sure if good luck was really what she had been having since she left Nilo. She’d summoned a Great Beast as a spirit animal, which seemed like good luck. But almost immediately after that, she’d been recruited by people who were secretly in cahoots with the Devourer, enemy of the known world. Definitely bad luck.

 

The Greencloaks had agreed to take her in once she’d discovered her mistake; Abeke knew that she was prob­ably supposed to consider that as good luck. After all, they hadn’t had to let her switch sides. But it didn’t feel very lucky at the moment. She’d made one friend since this whole thing began — Shane — and he was still on the other side, with the Conquerors. She’d traded her only friend for three kids who didn’t trust her.

 

Really, Abeke would settle for the good luck of not get­ting lost in the giant Greencloak fortress again.

 

As she opened the door, she donned the green cloak that meant she had sworn to defend Erdas. The dim hallway was full of sound. A monkey screamed a laugh somewhere out of sight, and a man’s voice rumbled low beneath it. A donkey brayed. Something like hoofbeats or patter­ing footsteps resonated through the stone walls. Abeke ducked as a bird the color of a banana soared overhead.

 

At the sight of the bird, Uraza, however, leaped skyward with a gleeful and rather threatening growl. The banana-colored bird shrieked. Just before the leopard slapped her paws together, Abeke grabbed her tail. The leopard’s leap was brought up short with a yowl.

 

Uraza spun. For a moment her teeth were instinctually bared and menacing.

 

Abeke’s heart stopped.

 

Then the leopard realized it was Abeke’s hand on her tail. Her lips lowered. She gave Abeke a deeply wounded look. The bird flapped away.

 

“I apologize,” Abeke said. “But that was someone’s spirit animal!”

 

One would think a Great Beast would understand why it wasn’t right to eat someone else’s spirit animal, but with Uraza, sometimes the beast part outweighed the great part.

 

“Maybe we should do this,” Abeke told UrazA, hold­ing out her arm as a request. All spirit animals had the ability to enter a dormant form. If Uraza chose to enter it now, she would become a tattoo on Abeke’s skin until they got to training. And tattoos had never eaten anyone else’s spirit animal.

 

But Uraza was tired of being cooped up. She consid­ered Abeke’s outstretched arm for one long moment, and then she turned and stalked down the hall.

 

Abeke didn’t press the issue. They were going to be late. As she hurried down the hallway after the leopard, various Greencloaks waved and greeted her by name. Abeke felt bad that she couldn’t return the favor, but they all knew her more than she knew them. All four of the newcomers at the fortress — Abeke, Rollan, Meilin, and Conor — were well-known. The four kids who had somehow summoned the Four Fallen.

 

Uraza made a curious trilling sound as she leaped down a circular stairwell in front of her. At the bottom, both Abeke and Uraza hesitated. They faced two identical halls, each with plaster-white walls and exposed timber ceilings. Only one led to the training room.

 

“Uraza?” Abeke asked. Uraza’s violet eyes darted from the floor to the ceiling, her long tail thrashing slowly.

 

Suddenly, Abeke didn’t think she looked so much like a leopard deciding which way to go. Instead, she looked like a leopard about to — Uraza lunged. She was a muscled blur of gold and black as she pushed off the wall. A thrumming, heart-chilling growl burst from her. For one moment, Abeke just thought, What an amazing animal!

Then she realized that Uraza was on the hunt. The leoparD’s unlucky prey crouched on a notch in the plaster wall. It was a small, squirrel-like animal with pink feet, a striped back, and large eyes. Abeke thought it was a sugar glider.

Uraza thought it was delicious.

 

“Uraza!” Abeke snatched for the leopard’s tail again, but missed. The sugar glider leaped toward the opposite wall. As it flew, its tiny limbs stretched out from its body. There was skin webbing between all its legs, making its body into a furry sail.

 

Uraza pounced. The sugar glider darted out of her way. The two of them careened down the hall. The sugar glider soared onto a side table. Uraza knocked the fur­niture over. The sugar glider scrambled up a tapestry of Olvan, leader of the Greencloaks. Uraza clawed the fabric from the wall. Tatters of Abeke’s dignity fluttered to the ground.

Helplessly, Abeke ran after them. She managed to get ahold of Uraza’s back leg, but the leopard tugged free easily. Abeke was left with a handful of black and yel­low hairs.

 

The chase hurtled on. The three of them crashed through the hallway into a small eating room Abeke hadn’t seen before. People filled the benches. Abeke took the long way around the diners as the sugar glider and Uraza tore across the long table. Plates flew. One man got a faceful of his oatmeal. Another diner shut her eyes against an onslaught of fruit.

 

Outrage had just been added to the breakfast selection.

Abeke felt the Greencloaks’ eyes. She wanted to shout: It’s her fault, not mine! But she knew what their responses would be.

 

It is up to you to control your spirit animal.

Can’t you control her?

This is your responsibility!

This is your failure.

Maybe you don’t belong here after all.

 

There was no time for her to apologize or clean up the damage. She panted after the animals as they darted and clawed through several twisted hallways and a large room full of chairs, ending up in a foyer with an arched doorway on the other side. The sugar glider was making panicked, pitiful noises that sounded like a squeaky rocking chair.

 

Abeke was gasping too. Back in Nilo, she could track animals for hours without feeling she had taken a breath. What was this castle doing to her?

 

“Uraza,” she said, grabbing a stitch in her side. “We are supposed to be here to save the world . . . so save your appetite!”

 

This made Uraza pause. The sugar glider had just enough time to Hurl itself to the safety of the chandelier. Both Abeke and the sugar glider breathed a sigh of relief.

 

Uraza circled below, but the chase was over.

 

Now, Abeke thought with dismay, we are really lost.

 

 

Being lost wasn’t the worst consequence either. Being late was. Not because it came with a steep penalty — her instructors were fairly understanding. But she knew her tardiness would only deepen the problems between her and the other three kids. They had begun their train­ing together, while Abeke had still been in the clutches of the Devourer. She was not only the outsider, she was the suspicious ex-enemy. She could only imagine what they thought she was doing right now — spying somewhere in the castle. Sending secret messages to Zerif, the Conqueror who’d taken her away after her Nectar Ceremony. Letting Uraza eat someone else’s spirit animal.

 

She had to get to that training room.

 

Maybe there was someone inside that arched doorway who could help her find her way. Even if the room was empty, there was something tempting about the curved entry. Although it surely led to another room, some­thing about it felt as if it led to the outside instead. Abeke couldn’t quite explain the sensation to herself.

 

Cautiously, she pushed the door open. Inside was a dim room she’d never seen before. It was cluttered with musical instruments, mysterious pieces of art, and mirrors. There was a pile of drums as tall as Abeke, a piano-like instrument the size of a dog, and a bin full of flutes and recorders. A portrait of a girl smiled at her from one wall, while a mural of a man leading dozens of unfamiliar animals through a field covered another. The room smelled like dUst and wood and leather, but also, to Abeke’s delight, like the outdoors, though, again, she couldn’t explain why.

 

A single man stood inside, partially turned away.

 

It was possible his spirit animal was in its passive state, but Abeke realized quickly that she wouldn’t be able to tell. Apart from his face, every inch of visible pale skin was covered in tattoos: inked mazes, circles, stars, moons, knots, stylized creatures. The mark of his spirit animal wouldn’t stand out from the rest of the designs all over his body.

Abeke was suddenly impressed. Whether it was the man’s intention or not, he had very cleverly hidden the identity of his spirit animal.

 

Even though what she could see of his face seemed young, his hair was gray. Nearly white.

He didn’t seem to have noticed her silent entrance. His eyes downcast, he continued whispering to himself. Abeke couldn’t quite make out the words, but it sounded like coaxing. She suddenly felt like she’d interrupted something quite secret, almost sacred. And in that dim, mirrored room, it was also just a little eerie.

 

She backed out. She’d find her own way back to training.

 

In the foyer, Uraza waited, her tail curled tidily around her own feet.

 

Abeke didn’t have to tell the leopard she was upset with her. Uraza knew.

 

Without a word, Abeke held out her arm. And without a moment’s hesitation, Uraza became a tattoo on her skin. It only stung for a second. Abeke started on her way. Back in Nilo she had been known for her tracking skills, hadn’t she? She would find the training room. And she would make it her business to not get lost again.

The training room was the second-largest room in Greenhaven Castle. It was bright and inviting and had a dazzlingly tall peaked ceiling for the high-flying spirit animals. One end of the room was devoted to weapons’ storage — spears, maces, slingshots. Anything you might hope to find, so long as it would leave a mark. Stained-glass windows lined the walls, each one featuring a different Great Beast.

 

As she stepped in, Abeke was uncomfortably aware of suspicious eyes on her. RollaN, the scruffy orphan who had summoned Essix the Falcon, frowned at her. Meilin, standing near the panda Jhi, kept her striking face inten­tionally expressionless. Only Conor, the blond boy with pale skin who had summoned Briggan the Wolf, offered a faint smile in Abeke’s direction.

 

Tarik, the Greencloak who was in charge of their training and their futures, stood in front of a folded fabric screen. His weathered, lean face was only a little lighter than Abeke’s. Right now it wore a perplexed frown. “Abeke, didn’t you hear the training bell?”

 

There was no point blaming it on Uraza. She knew what Tarik would say: You’re going to have to learn to work with Uraza in far more difficult situations than our hallways. And she didn’t want to give the others more reasons not to trust her.

 

Abeke said, “I’m sorry. I got lost.” She hurriedly released Uraza from her arm.

 

“Lost?” Meilin rolled her eyes. She turned to Tarik. “Now can we start? Every minute we stand here doing nothing, a city in Zhong falls to the Conquerors.”

 

“That’s a lot of cities,” Rollan interjected. “Do you mean eleven cities have fallen while we’ve stood here? How many do you think fell during breakfast? That was nearly twenty minutes! How —”

 

“Rollan, that is no joking matter,” Tarik said. “And Meilin is right. Time is precious. But I think it will be more efficient if we train together. Today, you’ll engage in hand-to-hand combat with other Greencloaks.”

 

Meilin smirked, certain of her abilities.

 

“I call dibs on the mace,” Rollan said. “And the brass knuckles.”

 

“Not so fast,” Tarik said. As he spoke, four other Greencloaks entered the room. Though their spirit ani­mals were in passive form, the four newcomers held their arms in such a way to display their tattoos to the four kids — like the Greencloaks were introducing the animals, even though they weren’t physically present. There was a llama, a fruit bat, a lemur, and a mountain lion.

 

Tarik continued, “You won’t always have access to weapons. In fact, an attack will more often come when you’re not ready — while you’re sleeping or eating. So you will not be using those weapons.”

 

He pulled aside the folded screen behind him. The wall behind it was hung with frying pans, broomsticks, plates, pillows, and other ordinary objects.

 

He said, “You’ll be using these.”

 

“Oh, I did that every day in my old life,” Rollan joked.

 

“This is ridiculous,” Meilin argued. “Maybe a street urchin is willing to fight with these crude tools, but I could do better with my bare hands.”

 

Abeke exchanged a look with Conor. They both moved to the wall to get weapons. Neither bothered complaining.

“Grab the first one you come to,” Tarik said. “And when I whistle, change to another object.”

 

Abeke took a broomstick. Conor took a fork.

 

“Here,” Rollan said, offering Meilin a handkerchief from the wall. “This one won’t scratch up your noble hands.”

Meilin smiled prettily. Removing the frying pan, she handed it to him. “And here’s one for you. Doesn’t require much brains to figure out how to use it.”

 

Rollan pretended to bow.

 

“Everyone to their marks,” Tarik ordered.

 

They took their places, the other Greencloaks opposite. Abeke faced a middle-aged man with a lemur tattoo and friendly-looking, wide eyes. The sword he held was not quite so friendly looking.

 

“I’m Errol,” the man said, touching his chest.

 

“My name is Abeke,” Abeke replied.

 

He smiled warmly at her. “I know.”

 

Tarik’s voice rose above the introductions. “Older team: Keep your spirit animals in passive form. Younger team: You may use all powers you have at your disposal. The object is to disarm your opponent. And if you manage that, to pin them to the ground.”

 

“For how long?” Meilin asked. “How will we know if we’ve won?”

 

“There is no win or lose here, Meilin,” Tarik replied. “We don’t have time for games. What I want is for you to show me that you can neutralize an opponent so I feel more comfortable putting you in a real-life dangerous situ­ation. Now. Are we ready? Three, two?”

 

Putting his fingers to his lips, he let out a sharp, pierc­ing whistle. The training battle began.

 

Right away, Abeke knew that her broomstick would be no match for Errol’s sword. So, drawing on her past in Nilo, she hurled her broomstick like a spear. The stick bounced harmlessly off his chest. Grinning at her, he picked it up.

“I’ll let you have one free pass,” Errol said, offering her the broomstick. In the background, iron clanged and Rollan swore joyously. “But remember that thing doesn’t have a point on it. If you tossed it at me in a real fight, you’d just end up empty-handed as I came at you with my blade.”

 

Abeke’s cheeks felt warm. “Of course.”

 

“But well-thrown,” he said. “Here’s a hint: Use that broomstick defensively, and count on your spirit animal as your weapon. And the other way around, if you find yourself with a real weapon.”

 

“Thanks,” she said. Then, suspicious of his kind smile, she added, “Don’t go easy on me.”

 

“That wouldn’t be a favor,” Errol said. “We want you prepared when you get out there. Don’t go easy on me.”

 

Abeke stole a glance at the others. Meilin sat on the shoulders of her opponent, the silk handkerchief wrapped around her assailant’s eyes. If Meilin can do so well with just a scrap of cloth, Abeke thought, I have to be able to work with a broom!

 

This time, when Errol came at her with the sword, she used the broom like a long staff instead, blocking his blows as best as she could. His strikes became steadily harder, though, and the broom handle began to splinter.

“Sorry!” Abeke said.

 

He looked confused. “For what?”

 

“For this!” With a pang of conscience, Abeke thrust the broom bristles into the swordsman’s face. SnEezing, he swatted at the noxious cloud of dust, hair, and animal fur surrounding his head. He blindly windmilled his sword.

 

Well, he said not to go easy on him.

 

“Uraza!” Abeke called. “Now!”

 

Just as Errol’s sword split her broomstick in two, shards flying, the leopard pounced. Her paws clapped on his chest.

With a grunt, he fell back, catching himself with his hands. His sword clattered away.

 

Uraza licked a paw serenely.

 

Errol gave Abeke a thumbs-up from his place on the floor.

Abeke smiled at him. It was nice to feel accepted.

Tarik’s whistle sounded.

 

“New weapon!” he shouted. “Now, this round, I want you fighting as a team. Hurry! Grab something, quick.”

Abeke snatched up a heavy wooden mixing bowl. Conor took a spoon. Meilin and Rollan argued over a vase. Meilin ended up with the porcelain bottom and Rollan ended up with the dry flowers inside it.

“Wait —” Rollan said.

Tarik let out his shrill whistle. “As a team, go!”

This time, all four Greencloaks attacked at once, and the four kids moved as one against them. Abeke’s wooden bowl served well as a shield. Out of the corner of her eye, she saw Conor and Briggan working together, darting for­ward and back.

 

Smart, thought Abeke. Conor’s been taking his training to heart. He would be prepared even if he was surprised out in the open, with no weapon at all.

 

 

In fact, she was awed by their progress. Although he and Briggan had been gradually improving at each train­ing session, this was a huge leap forward.

 

Suddenly, the older Greencloaks changed tactics, turn­ing to Abeke at the same time. She found herself facing two swords, a spear, and an axe — impossible to hold off on her own, even with Uraza.

 

Uraza snaked beneath a Greencloak, her flexible body low to the ground. One paw darted out, claws sheathed safely away. The Greencloak with the llama tattoo careened to the ground, unbalanced. Abeke used her bowl to knock back the bat-tattooed Greencloak. Uraza sprang onto his shoulders effortlessly. The weight of the big cat brought him to his knees.

 

But the success was short-lived. The other two Greencloaks came at her while Uraza was occupied. Errol’s sword smacked her bowl right out of her hands. As it flew up into the air, the other Greencloak slammed her with the broad side of his training axe, hard enough to throw her to the ground and knock the breath out of her.

Abeke gasped as her palms scuffed over the floor.

 

Tarik’s whistle shrieked. It sounded a little irritated, louder and longer than usual.

“What was that?” Tarik demanded. “This was not a spectator event! Where were you three? How could you let her go down like that?”

 

Conor had the good manners to look ashamed. Rollan acted like it simply hadn’t occurred to him to help. Meilin’s carefully painted face remained haughty. They didn’t explain themselves, but they didn’t have to.

 

They don’t trust me, Abeke thought, her eyes prickling with tears. The days of the others’ distrust piled up inside her along with the ache of her scuffed palms and the humiliation of having been so badly beaten. She wouldn’t cry in front of them. Especially not in front of Meilin. She was sure Meilin didn’t cry over anything.

 

“I’m deeply Disappointed,” Tarik said. “Part of good strategy is making good use of all your assets. Abeke is one of your assets, and you should have protected her.”

 

Conor offered his hand to Abeke. She hesitated before accepting it. He hauled her up.

 

“Sorry,” he said.

 

On the other end of the room, footsteps rang out through the uncomfortable silence. It was Olvan, the regal leader of the Greencloaks. As always, his movements were slow and deliberate. There was something imposing about him, even when his spirit animal, a moose, wasn’t visible.

 

Rubbing his beard, he surveyed the wreckage: shattered glass, broken broomsticks, dried flower petals. “Tarik, I don’t like to interrupt. But this is important.”

 

“Go ahead,” Tarik said. He was still frowning at three of his four pupils. When he nodded at the four Greencloaks, they nodded back and exited. Errol waved to Abeke as he left. It was kind enough that it made her want to cry again.

“We’ve confirmed that one of the Great Beasts is in the north of Eura,” Olvan said. “Rumfuss the Boar. It’s not a far journey from here. The four of you and the Fallen must travel immediately to find out more. Tarik, you will lead them again.”

 

Yes,” Rollan said. “Finally. Let’s leave all this cutlery behind.”

 

Tarik’s brow furrowed. “I don’t know much about the North.”

 

Olvan seemed unconcerned. “I’ll be sending Finn with you. He’s from that area and can act as a guide.”

“Finn?” Tarik echoed. He didn’t add anything else, but the single word was enough to make Olvan raise a thick eyebrow. It was unlike Tarik to question Olvan.

 

“Concerns, Tarik?” Olvan asked brusquely. But his tone didn’t seem to encourage a confession. Tarik merely shook his head.

 

“It will be good to have another set of hands,” Meilin said.

 

“Finn was once a great warrior, but now he’s seen too much battle,” Tarik answered carefully. “He will only be useful as a scout.”

 

“But a very good scout,” Olvan insisted. “He will not fight for you, but he will stand by you. There can be no question of that. Here he is.”

 

Finn entered the room with footfalls much softer than Olvan’s had been. Abeke’s head darted up. At once her humiliation was forgotten, replaced by interest.

 

Finn was the tattooed man from the mirrored room.

 

And their lives would soon be in his hands.

 

 

 

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

Thumbnail avatar 1c4aca041b

analyzingwizard7

AmazingFourfallensauce! Although that won't be as good as Awesomesauce.

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

  Chai @^@

2010-2016 : 6 years as a Cahill

The Lord of the Books!

The Inventor of the Gavinometer!

King of the 39 Clues Fandom!

 

Horizoner, Greencloak, SQ, Madrigal, Amulet Keeper, Shadow House Special

Since the very start!

 

ChaiHam or ChaiJavi

 

Thumbnail avatar 2b4e58a204

brownwolf123

The code is READHUNTED.

 

 

Just to let you know.

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

Prank

CSBCJRKJPBSKS

MMMTBT

ASMJMRMNSUTM

RDPPFP

MMMMPL

CALLUZFCBPTPJEIBKSKKNBAMKS

GLMSZGMEAWASMFC

RWBYZSPHELVONYX

HNSAHU

FrKeAlHeChMN

SiFlCMAySaSiYuRyTkYkSAIbMyGyViElSBCa

MoMvPcWaSmOlIdNgSn

YnYgH/HYiYaSpLeDr

SuTaMgMDJDkRiKuKaRMGL

RSFSSIAMPRSMKCRHSPKHMRICESCPMMNY

Thumbnail avatar

centaurpegasus36

thanks.

 

 

 

 

                                                  Greekgeek

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

 

 

Greekgeek

 

Thumbnail avatar

mermanice6

THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

It's my first day. Any tips?

Thumbnail avatar

hydrabast55

THANKS!

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

Thumbnail avatar

huntingtiger229

that was very smart i should really pay attention to these forums

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

Thumbnail avatar d682c991ec

silverdragon307

AGH!!! About time! Abeke is awesome. Rollan is annoying. Meilin- meh, I could get used to her. CONOR IS THE CUTEST BOY ON EARTH!!!!!m

 

~Sera

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

Topaz Valdez Tolliver Cahill (BronzeEagle243, TopazDragon450).

Topaz Twins, BFF: Brianna (the Janus one)

I'm a Tomas, trust me.

Three years on the CCMB (2012-2015)

 

 

#RespectInfinityRing

 

Remember Emerald <3 

 

 

Thumbnail avatar

epickitten44

Wow! Just... wow. o.o

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

Call me Ferret!

 

I am well known for my GodTube JDD-Random-Adventure with all my random videos. Complete your dreams so you cannot be me, but be you, for completing my dreams would make you me. And you'd like to be yourself, trust me.

 

Thumbnail avatar

hamburgersurprise11

OMG! I GOT IT!!!!

 

 

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

YAY SUMMER! Go Spirit Animals!!! ANIMAL JAM IS AWESOME!I'M MASTER SPEEDYPAW! FRIEND ME PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!

Thumbnail avatar e49e75c9a7

horseathena56

When The book comes out, do we still get the rewards from it when it comes out?

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

Kara

Book 2 comes out on January 1st! And yes you will get rewards when you add it to your account just like with book 1

 

Keith

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

ADMIN KEITH F

Thumbnail avatar 20fb9142e3

fireheart323

I CAN'T WAIT

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

There is always a city, there is always a man, and there is always a time for that man to decide fate as we know it.    - Bioshock Infinite

 

From Kayla Autumnrider and Scarlett

 

Thumbnail avatar

hawkbeak28

Huh? your penguin is armored how do you armor your spirit animal?

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

Thumbnail avatar

puppypizza27

Awesomesauce! I want to enter the code!

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

Call me Maximum or Maxi!

 

Verity's/Twi's friend from real life!

Thumbnail avatar

athenaisis84

Awesomness! My fav chracter is prob abeke cause shes the toughest and been through the most.

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

lllY'all are cutelll

Fluffeh Lotus

 ( / )

) (

( )

#//#

Up in the sky,   they twinkle bright,

The stars lead the way, into the night,

Giving way to the lurking shadows of night.

 

*facepalmqueen... or am  I?

 

 

 Join night clan!

 

Thumbnail avatar 1fd6dca06d

phoenixwolf967

Thanks! C:

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

If the poorest of men may find love, than surely he is far wealthier than any king who is without love.

 

I jumped into the deep end, not really knowing what to expect. What I found was a world of beauty and splendor.

 

~ phoenixwolf967

Thumbnail avatar

puppypizza27

Aw, crumble. You don't get your next hero slot. *kicks a random object, which turns out to be Sphinx*

RAAAR!

Oh no. *runs away*

I'm mad as well! I want an animal that causes trouble, like me! Shadow's too boring!

 

 

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

Call me Maximum or Maxi!

 

Verity's/Twi's friend from real life!

Thumbnail avatar e49e75c9a7

horseathena56

Thank you!!!

-Karra Starr

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

Kara

Thumbnail avatar 1fd6dca06d

phoenixwolf967

Thanks  for the answer!

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

If the poorest of men may find love, than surely he is far wealthier than any king who is without love.

 

I jumped into the deep end, not really knowing what to expect. What I found was a world of beauty and splendor.

 

~ phoenixwolf967

Thumbnail avatar 1fd6dca06d

phoenixwolf967

Trueish, I guess Its a matter of oppion. I agree with you about Abeke and Conor but Meilin is cool to she's just... what's the word... Headstrong and Rollan well Rollan is...ok,he's nice.

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

If the poorest of men may find love, than surely he is far wealthier than any king who is without love.

 

I jumped into the deep end, not really knowing what to expect. What I found was a world of beauty and splendor.

 

~ phoenixwolf967

Thumbnail avatar 1fd6dca06d

phoenixwolf967

Is the anwser READHUNTED?

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

If the poorest of men may find love, than surely he is far wealthier than any king who is without love.

 

I jumped into the deep end, not really knowing what to expect. What I found was a world of beauty and splendor.

 

~ phoenixwolf967

Thumbnail avatar

athenaisis84

This is the code: readhunted I put it in invisbility ink

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

lllY'all are cutelll

Fluffeh Lotus

 ( / )

) (

( )

#//#

Up in the sky,   they twinkle bright,

The stars lead the way, into the night,

Giving way to the lurking shadows of night.

 

*facepalmqueen... or am  I?

 

 

 Join night clan!

 

Thumbnail avatar

purplepuppy982

That Was Amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

Thumbnail avatar

basiliskbasilisk199

can you tell me the stuff for code and the chaper words from book two into the wild?      

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

Thumbnail avatar

encodingfootball22

thx for code

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

yesterday is history, tommrow is a mystery, but today is a gift thats why its  calld a gift

Thumbnail avatar

supercobra20

what is the code-cant find it.

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

Thumbnail avatar 92a21e90cc

fishy66

Meilin.:I hate her.

Conor:Bland.

Abeke:Fairly awesome.

Rollan:AWESOMESAUCE!

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

"For every person you save, there's gonna be somebody you can't." -Joe West, in The Flash


Heather

 

Hystorian at Heart

 

GREENCLOAKS UNITE!

 

Cahills for the win!

 

Have a good day!

Thumbnail avatar d1d9026d1e

horsedragon273

I SAW THE MESSAGE! DID ANY ONE ELSE SEE IT?

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

" Jean? I don't remember learning a move called suicidal blockhead..."- Connie Springer, 104th training corps, Attack On Titan

Thumbnail avatar e44281fef4

emeraldanubis36

Fine, I'll READHUNTED.

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

Not every duckling becomes a swan

It's always darkest before the dawn

Even birds can't always take flight

Not every dog's bark is worse than it's bite

Yet to cast a shadow there must be light


Safeguards Co-Leader

How to get tons of stars at /94579

Thumbnail avatar

purplecat1687

Sigh, you could have made it easyer u know. I am suuuuuuuper bad at finding things. and i will probobly NEVER find out what it is, because i can't even win a fasion show on a website called animal jam i play. even when i have the best costume out of all the people!!! so really. make it easyer next time.

 

                                          

         

 

                                                                                                                               -Sylva & Nix & Whisper

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

ug

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

Thumbnail avatar

fierybird11

I cant wait!!

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

Thumbnail avatar

dragonathena245

i already want to read it

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

dragonathena245 aka DetectiveDragon144

QUOTE OF THE MONTH:

TIRESIES AWAKES 3 PM,RANDOM SUGARHORSE AGENT

BOOK OF THE MONTH:

INFINITY RING,A MUNITY IN TIME

MOVIE OF THE MONTH:

PERCY JACKSON AND THE SEA OF MONSTORS

 


dective dragon 144 reporting in

BANANAS!!!!

doy you not know deeath when you see it, old man(the whitchking of angmar)

 

DEYJA!
Thumbnail avatar

aquawolf504

Awesome!

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

Hannah Cahill

Job description: Cahill, Writer, Pure Awesomesauce

 


Thumbnail avatar

wolfghost208

wow LOL!!! im sorry for Abeke though.

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

Thumbnail avatar

eagleeagle2274

Thanks

 

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

Thumbnail avatar

eagleeagle2274

thanks for letting me know the code!!!

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

Thumbnail avatar 40109fc092

dragonthunderstorm51

Awesome!! Now I can get the code early!! Can't wait to read this book, too!!!! 

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

:)

Thumbnail avatar 19f00e315d

fogdragon65

4000 coins thanks

  • Posted at:

Please tell us why you'd like to report this post

~REY~

 

The

 Jedi

  Icewing

    Avenger

     Slytherin

       Renegade

         Nightfury

           BYU Cougar

              #InfinityWarPartII

    1 , , 3 , 4