Ada swoops down to where Christian is lying in his 'special spot' under the Blossom Tree. "Ok, Christian, I need your help, and fast!" Ada cries at her cousin. "Um, I'm too busy
" he says. "Are you EVER serious?!" growls Ada angrily. "Well, what's up?" asks Christian. "Elora's gone missing! I can't seem to find her anywhere!!!" sobs Ada. "WHAT?! Ok, I'm serious now. Let's go find her!" He shouts, and the two run off to search for Elora.
A few hours later, after a lot of searching
can we go now? She's nowhere in sight, and my paws hurt!" moans Christian. "*sigh* I'm not giving up! I need to find my sister! I won't be able to sleep tonight, knowing she is lost out here!" cries Ada. But we've looked everywhere!" snaps Christian. "HELP!!!!!!!! PLEASE, HELP ME!!!!!!" a muffled scream echoes out through the woods. "What? Is that
Elora?!" Ada cries, as she starts running towards the cries. "Wait up!" Christian shouts, and he flies after Ada. Ada reaches her sister, who is tied up, her wings tied together and her tail tied to a fragile tree branch. It looked like it was about to snap, and there was a pit of spikes dug below Elora, so Ada quickly untied Elora, who then stretched her wings and flew down to the ground. "ADA! I'm so happy do see you! Hi! Oh, and hello, Christian!" Elora squeals in delight. "I'm happy to see you too, sis!" Ada squeals back. "Where were you? Who did this, Elora?" Christian asks Elora, as they were flying out of the thicket of the trees. "I'm not really sure
I was finding a nice flower to give to Jake, and then I seen something flying towards me, and then, everything went black!" Elora explains. "Well, did you get a good look at the thing which tied you up?" Ada asks her. "Well
a bit. I think it was a boy dragon, and I think it had a stripy tail, and piercing red eyes, even darker than yours, Ada." Elora tells Ada. "Hmm
Let's go and investigate!" Ada says. "You like investigating, don't you?" Christian laughs at her. "Ha, yeah, it's, like, my job!" Ada laughs. The 3 dragons laugh, and then they glide off into the sunset, deep into the clouds.