Sir Hugo and Sir Zora received an invitation to the goblin party in the most unexpected way. As they were playing in the forest, a tiny creature suddenly appeared in front of them. It was a goblin! But not just any goblin – this one was wearing a top hat and a bowtie and holding a fancy-looking scroll.
“Greetings, young adventurers!” the goblin said in a squeaky voice. “I am here to invite you to the grandest party in all of goblin land! We’re celebrating the arrival of the Great Pumpkin, and we need your help to make it the most epic party ever!”
The goblin unrolled the scroll, revealing an invitation covered in glitter and sparkles. It was written in curly green letters that danced across the page, inviting Sir Hugo and Sir Zora to a party at the goblin king’s palace.
“Come one, come all, to the pumpkin ball! Wear your silliest hat and your brightest socks, and be ready for a night of music, magic, and mayhem!”
Sir Hugo and Sir Zora couldn’t believe their luck. They had never been to a goblin party before, and they couldn’t wait to see what kind of wacky adventures awaited them. So they put on their silliest hats and their brightest socks and set off for the goblin king’s palace, ready to join in the fun.
Sir Hugo and Sir Zora were on their way to the goblin’s kingdom, eager to join in the festivities. But as they approached the party, they heard strange noises in the distance. Following the commotion, they stumbled upon a giant troll trying to pluck grapes from a group of goblins.
“Grapes? Those aren’t grapes, silly troll,” Sir Hugo said with a grin. “They’re balloons! And they’re for the party, not for snacking.”
The troll looked confused. “Balloons? What are balloons?”
Sir Zora giggled. “They’re like big round bubbles that float in the air. They’re lots of fun at parties, but they’re not very tasty.”
Sir Hugo explained that they needed the balloons for the party and the troll reluctantly agreed to hand them over. But as Sir Hugo tried to grab the balloons, he started to float away!
“Oh no!” Sir Hugo cried out. “Help, Sir Zora! I’m floating away!”
Sir Zora jumped into action, grabbing Sir Hugo’s leg before he floated off into the sky. The goblins looked on in amazement, grateful that their balloons were saved.
“But how come you didn’t float away?” Sir Hugo asked the goblins.
The goblins giggled. “We already know about helium,” they said. “Since we’re so small, even one helium balloon could carry us away. That’s why we have a special spell that makes us heavier than normal. That way, the balloons won’t carry us off!”
The troll looked impressed. “Wow, you goblins are smart! And I’m sorry I tried to eat your balloons. I didn’t know any better.”
Sir Hugo and Sir Zora smiled. “No worries, troll. But you know what? You’re invited to the party too!”
The troll looked surprised. “Me? Really?”
“Of course!” Sir Zora said. “We could use some more friends to celebrate with.”
The troll beamed. “Wow, thanks! And my name is Terry, by the way.”
Sir Hugo and Sir Zora introduced themselves and the group made their way to the party together. As they arrived, the goblins welcomed them with cheers and high-fives.
“Thanks for saving the balloons, Hugo and Zora!” they said. “Now let’s have some fun!”
The party was in full swing, with music, games, and lots of treats. Sir Hugo and Sir Zora joined in the festivities, dancing and playing with the goblins. Terry was having a great time too, munching on snacks and getting to know his new friends.
As the party drew to a close, the goblins thanked their guests for coming. “Thanks for making our party even more awesome!” they said.
Sir Hugo and Sir Zora said their goodbyes, but Terry lingered behind. “Hey, do you think I could come to your next adventure?” he asked.
Sir Hugo and Sir Zora grinned. “Absolutely! The more the merrier!”
And with that, the three friends said their farewells, excited for their next adventure together.