Mata Nui High School
Chapter 1: "New Students"
Chapter 2: "Detention"
Chapter 3: "Play Ball!"
Chapter 4: "Love Wars!"
Chapter 5: "BIONICLE Origins" Part 1
Chapter 6: "BIONICLE Origins" Part 2
Chapter 7: "The Evil Plan"
Chapter 8: "Blind Date"
Chapter 9: "Field Trip!"
Chapter 10: "Friendship"
Chapter 11: "Romeo and Juliet"
Chapter 12: "Back To School"
Chapter 13: "Substitute Teacher"
Chapter 14: "What Is Love?"
Chapter 15: "Pohatu!?"
Chapter 16: "Double Date"
Chapter 17: "New Student"
Chapter 18: "....."
Chapter 19: "The Sleepover"
Chapter 20: "Silence Is White"
Chapter 21: "The Paper Route"
Chapter 22: "Growing Up"
Chapter 23: "Bad Day"
Chapter 21: "The Paper Route"
Lewa slowly walked along the trails that ran along the outskirts of Le-Koro. His back ached and his feet felt like they had fallen off fifty miles back. Just when he was about to give up and throw all the papers into a giant lava pit once he reached Ta-Koro, he saw a little figure slowly emerging from the jungle.
Lewa: Hey! What-who are you!
Wise Turaga: I am an ancient Turaga here to teach you the ways of the Paper Toa.
Lewa: But....the only Turaga are the six Turaga of our villages and other ones that I haven't leanred about until Metru Nui is revealed!
The wise Turaga looked around and then stood up on the tip of his toes to whisper close to Lewa.
Wise Turaga: There once was an ancient Koro named Pa-Koro. It was the great city of paper! Everything was built out of paper. We lived happily and peacefully...until one day, people decided to go "green"...
Lewa: Hey! What's wrong with being green?!?
Wise Turaga: Not that kind of green. Everyone decided that we used up too much of the rescources on Mata Nui...so they took all of our homes, statues, money, everything that was made out of paper, and....and...
Lewa: And what!?!?
Wise Turaga: RECYCLED IT!
Lewa: How could they DO such a thing!?!?
Wise Turaga: I don't know...but you have to have a heart of stone to do something so cold...
Wise Turaga: No...I don't think it was Kopaka...
Lewa: Anyway, what are these "ancient ways" you're here to teach me?
Wise Turaga: Long ago, there was a Toa much like you....well, not much like you...but he was a little bit. Anyway, he had the power to control the wind.
Lewa: JUST LIKE ME!!!
Wise Turaga: Yes....just like you. Anyway, as he delivered the paper every day...it go harder and harder for him to do it. He was reaching the age that most Toa pass away.
Lewa: Which is never....
Wise Turaga: Actually once a Toa reaches a certain age...it is the duty of all Turaga to plan an assassination so as to make sure that new Toa have an oppurtunity to save the world...or at least an island.
Wise Turaga: As I was saying....he needed something to make his deliveries easier. So, he tapped into his deepest and mightiest wind powers, and sent each paper flying directly to the residence that it was meant for. All at the same time with millions of powerful seperate gusts of wind.
Lewa: That's amazing!
Wise Turaga: So you must try this yourself, young Toa. Or you'll never get all these papers delivered on time....
Lewa: But how!?
Wise Turaga: That....is for you, and you alone, to find out.
And with that, the Turaga was gone. Lewa stood there stunned, not knowing what to do. How in the several universes, that the Great Beings created, could he find such power within himself? He thought about what gives him the most strength....Gali came to mind. When he was with her, he felt like he could take on the world. He planted his feet firmly on the ground, raised his hands into the air, and prepared to launch all his papers to their intended destinations.
Lewa: Wind fly!
Suddenly a huge gust of wind raised from the ground and threw Lewa and all the paper into the air. Just as suddenly as they had been brought up though, they all fell back down....into a pond of water that sat a few feet from the trail.
Lewa: Oh no! All the paper is gonna be wet-soaked!
Lewa thought to himself. Maybe there was a way he could dry the paper off with his powers too...
He dragged all the paper out of the pond and layed it all out across the grass. He stepped back and aimed his hands at the paper. He attempted to summon up a small breeze.
Lewa: It's no use....I'm a failure with my ability-powers.
Just then he felt cool air brush across his finger tips. Was that just his imagination or did he do that? He tried harder. Wind rushed around his hands, swirled about his body, and then ran down his arms and blew over his fingers across all the paper laying on the ground. He was doing it!
Lewa: I'm doing it! I actually done-did it!
As he got excited he didn't notice the winds picking up and soon pages of the paper were ripping off and flying away into the pond, over the trees, and in every direction. Lewa stopped and sighed.
Lewa: This is gonna be a long day...
Not far away, Gali watched from behind a tree. She giggled at Lewa. She really wanted to run out and try to help him, but she knew this was something he had to figure out on his own.
End of chapter 21.
Word count: 816
Edited by Jordboy1, Jan 09 2013 - 02:58 AM.