Pitch had once been a hero of the Golden Age, an accent time when Constellations ruled the universe. His name in those days long ago was General Kozmotis Pitchiner, and he had led the Golden Age Armies in capturing the Fearlings and Dream Pirates who plagued that era.  Lord Pitch kept his wife and child housed safely on the small moon of a planet deep in the heart of the Constellation Orion. Lord and Lady Pitchiner were doting parents, their palace a thrilling place to raise their young daughter, Emily Jane. She was a wild and joyful child, with raven-black hair as thick and flowing as a horse's mane, which was fitting, as she was always on the run. Like her father. she loved to sail. She was constantly in her own small schooner, venturing around her moon and its asteroids.  - The   Guardians of Childhood series by William Joyce
 "The Fearlings sense his longing. Their strange muttering shifted in tone, their pleadings took on the voice of a small girl. "Please, Daddy," they whispered. "Please, please, please open the door." "  ( Guardians.   The Sandman and the War of Dreams  by WIlliam Joyce)
 "As the door swung open, all that was visible was a rolling mass of dark, serpent like creatures. Of course Pitch's daughter was not there. Before Pitch could even scream her name, he was surrounded by malevolent shadows."  ( Guardians.   The Sandman and the War of Dreams  by WIlliam Joyce)
 "In less than an instant, they poured over, around, into him! Pitch struggles valiantly, but he soon succumbed to the evil flooding him, twisting him into a madman. He swelled to ten times his normal size; his face became monstrous and cruel."  ( Guardians.   The Sandman and the War of Dreams  by WIlliam Joyce)
 " He has forgotten me. Why has Father never come?  She wondered bitterly and she felt an anger that clouded her good sense. She hated her father now. She hated the world that she had so ached to return to. SHe's rather stay lost. And in that dreadful moment, something changed her. Her heart became consumed with rage.  If only she had known her father thought her dead. If only she and her father had known the truth.  Two hearts that had once been united at the center of the Golden Age would not have become hardened, embittered, and so very cruel. These wounded hearts would not have brought an end to the Age of Wonders."  ( Guardians.   The Sandman and the War of Dreams  by WIlliam Joyce)
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  Pitch had once been a hero of the Golden Age, an accent time when Constellations ruled the universe. His name in those days long ago was General Kozmotis Pitchiner, and he had led the Golden Age Armies in capturing the Fearlings and Dream Pirates who plagued that era.  Lord Pitch kept his wife and child housed safely on the small moon of a planet deep in the heart of the Constellation Orion. Lord and Lady Pitchiner were doting parents, their palace a thrilling place to raise their young daughter, Emily Jane. She was a wild and joyful child, with raven-black hair as thick and flowing as a horse's mane, which was fitting, as she was always on the run. Like her father. she loved to sail. She was constantly in her own small schooner, venturing around her moon and its asteroids.  - The   Guardians of Childhood series by William Joyce
Pitch had once been a hero of the Golden Age, an accent time when Constellations ruled the universe. His name in those days long ago was General Kozmotis Pitchiner, and he had led the Golden Age Armies in capturing the Fearlings and Dream Pirates who plagued that era.Lord Pitch kept his wife and child housed safely on the small moon of a planet deep in the heart of the Constellation Orion. Lord and Lady Pitchiner were doting parents, their palace a thrilling place to raise their young daughter, Emily Jane. She was a wild and joyful child, with raven-black hair as thick and flowing as a horse's mane, which was fitting, as she was always on the run. Like her father. she loved to sail. She was constantly in her own small schooner, venturing around her moon and its asteroids.- The Guardians of Childhood series by William Joyce
 "The Fearlings sense his longing. Their strange muttering shifted in tone, their pleadings took on the voice of a small girl. "Please, Daddy," they whispered. "Please, please, please open the door." "  ( Guardians.   The Sandman and the War of Dreams  by WIlliam Joyce)
"The Fearlings sense his longing. Their strange muttering shifted in tone, their pleadings took on the voice of a small girl. "Please, Daddy," they whispered. "Please, please, please open the door." "(Guardians. The Sandman and the War of Dreams by WIlliam Joyce)
 "As the door swung open, all that was visible was a rolling mass of dark, serpent like creatures. Of course Pitch's daughter was not there. Before Pitch could even scream her name, he was surrounded by malevolent shadows."  ( Guardians.   The Sandman and the War of Dreams  by WIlliam Joyce)
"As the door swung open, all that was visible was a rolling mass of dark, serpent like creatures. Of course Pitch's daughter was not there. Before Pitch could even scream her name, he was surrounded by malevolent shadows."(Guardians. The Sandman and the War of Dreams by WIlliam Joyce)
 "In less than an instant, they poured over, around, into him! Pitch struggles valiantly, but he soon succumbed to the evil flooding him, twisting him into a madman. He swelled to ten times his normal size; his face became monstrous and cruel."  ( Guardians.   The Sandman and the War of Dreams  by WIlliam Joyce)
"In less than an instant, they poured over, around, into him! Pitch struggles valiantly, but he soon succumbed to the evil flooding him, twisting him into a madman. He swelled to ten times his normal size; his face became monstrous and cruel."(Guardians. The Sandman and the War of Dreams by WIlliam Joyce)
 " He has forgotten me. Why has Father never come?  She wondered bitterly and she felt an anger that clouded her good sense. She hated her father now. She hated the world that she had so ached to return to. SHe's rather stay lost. And in that dreadful moment, something changed her. Her heart became consumed with rage.  If only she had known her father thought her dead. If only she and her father had known the truth.  Two hearts that had once been united at the center of the Golden Age would not have become hardened, embittered, and so very cruel. These wounded hearts would not have brought an end to the Age of Wonders."  ( Guardians.   The Sandman and the War of Dreams  by WIlliam Joyce)
"He has forgotten me. Why has Father never come?She wondered bitterly and she felt an anger that clouded her good sense. She hated her father now. She hated the world that she had so ached to return to. SHe's rather stay lost. And in that dreadful moment, something changed her. Her heart became consumed with rage.If only she had known her father thought her dead.If only she and her father had known the truth.Two hearts that had once been united at the center of the Golden Age would not have become hardened, embittered, and so very cruel. These wounded hearts would not have brought an end to the Age of Wonders."(Guardians. The Sandman and the War of Dreams by WIlliam Joyce)
1 - exposition final.jpg
2 - inciting incident - 1.jpg
horse conflict.jpg
5 - resolution - final.jpg
star whale website.jpg
BG #4 - Randomness.jpg
Colorado Poster with noise.jpg
Changsu14image5.jpg
Changsu14image4.jpg
Changsu14image11.jpg
Changsu14image14.jpg
Changsu14image16.jpg
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