A Porcupine in the Bathroom“But I can’t… I swore yesterday.”More Like This
He looked cross now, while hungrily devouring several fishcakes.
“Not in the bathroom, fool!”
Making no sounds, they fed the sizzling pie to Joshua’s porcupine.
Crash! He attacked everyone with a frightful halberd. “I wanted swordfish, but obviously, uselessly you couldn’t even-“
A creak vibrated in everyone’s cranium. Some squeaking mice then tried balancing on the rafters; suddenly a fallen pole pinned an enormous girder to everyone attending. Delighted servants picked up treasure and sped promptly to cheer and howl.
“No! I… I require wealth somehow. Posthaste, contrive me a rich mistress!”
Prince of Angypt 14EpilogueMore Like This
Fox walked with Krystal, Ilana and Shikamaru as the Hebrews made their way towards the Promised Land, Ilana playing her tambourine. They all knew it would not be an easy road, but most felt it was one they could endure. Krystal stopped Fox and turned him to look at the crowd as it passed them by. "Look. Look at your people, Fox." She smiled at him. "They're free." In his joy, Fox embraced his wife, and then lead her and his now free people onward.
Many months later, Fox made his way down the slopes of Mt Sinai. In his hands held the Commandments that God had given his people in order to guide them.
Fox paused on the slopes and looked out upon the Hebrew nation.
Come what may, they were now free.
In more ways than one.
The Story of the Exodus can be found in the Bible
Fanmade from the Dreamworks Film The Prince of Egypt which I do not own
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Prince of Angypt 13Chapter 13More Like This
On the shores of the Red Sea, the Hebrews took a rest. They allowed their cattle to be fed and watered and took the opportunity to remove their sandals for a little while. Fox poured water into a bowl and allowed Granny Smith to drink from it. Suddenly, Jack Fenton sounded the warning horn. Fox climbed a hill at looked and saw something that made his stomach do a turn.
Wolf, in his war armor, was leading the chariots of the Angyptian army towards the sea. Looking closer, Fox saw not only the Espada and regular soldiers, but every one of the former slave drivers, come to either personally kill their former charges or enslave them once again. Fox ran back down the hill and through the crowd back. "The soldiers are coming!"
The crowd panicked and rushed toward the sea before realizing they were trapped. "Was it because there were not enough graves in Angypt," a rat named Jenner hissed, "that he brought us to die in the wilderness?" Fox made his way to the front
Prince of Angypt 12Chapter 12More Like This
Upon seeing him return safely, Krystal ran to welcome Fox. But the blue vixen stopped in her tracks when she noticed his eyes were red and puffy. She knew why: he felt terrible about what had happened that night. Wishing to comfort him, Krystal embraced Fox. They heard footsteps and saw Ilana approaching. Fox saw that she had been crying as well. She nodded sadly and put her hand on her brother's shoulder. This had been a difficult time.
ILANA: Many nights we've prayed
With no proof anyone could hear.
She began leading him through the city.
In our hearts a hopeful song we barely understood.
Belle and her husband looked out through their window.
Now we are not afraid...
Mrs. Brisby led her children outside.
Although we know there's much to fear.
We were moving mountains long before we knew we could. ..
The sun was beginning to rise. Ilana smiled as mor
Prince of Angypt 11Chapter 11More Like This
It was the third and final night of the plague of darkness. All throughout Angypt, the sun had not shone and it was night all the time. Into the dimly lit entrance of the palace stepped a figure. It was Fox. He placed a hand on one of the pillars, as he had done seven years ago. He gazed at the Royal Family statues with a sense of nostalgia. Back when things were so much simpler, he thought. Finally he reached the statue of Shere Khan.
"Wolf?" His voice echoed around the chamber. "Let me guess" The familiar voice came from where he knew it would be. "You want me to 'let your people go." Wolf took a deep swig of wine.
Fox looked up at the statue's lap. "I thought I would find you here." "Get out!" Wolf hurled the goblet at him and missed. Fox paid it no mind. "Wolf, we have to end this." When no reply came, Fox stepped closer.
"Wolf, please. Talk to me. We never had any trouble talking here."