2011 Totem Head Story Contest Finalist: "Aliens and the Golden Glass" By Sean, 9 years old, Bellevue, Nebraska.
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Aliens and the Golden Glass
Written By:   Sean, 9 years old, Bellevue, Nebraska.

So there I was, 3000 miles beyond Saturn in a spacecraft. I was very confused. I was in a spacecraft full of electronics. I was strapped to a colossal flat pillar. An alien walked up to me.

"Whoa. What are you?" I asked.

"I am the ruler of the Brogan army, Klyzod," he said in a deep, slow voice. He had one eye, gray skin, and was 6 feet tall. He grabbed a futuristic gun. He shot my head but with a plunger coming out of the gun. I felt like I knew nothing as he stole my memory. He took the plunger off, and I fell down. I became unconscious on the floor.

When I woke up, I saw a boy.

"Hi Sean!" he said. I tilted my head and wondered who he was and who Sean was.

"Are you talking to me?" I questioned. He nodded and smiled.

He said, "Let's find Klyzod and get your memory back!" I tagged along not knowing what was going on. We checked every room on the ship and saw no sign of Klyzod.

I asked "Who are you?"

"The name's Jim, Jim Sastor."

Well that was useful. I found a room with a tiny hole. I saw through the hole and saw Klyzod wearing a helmet. He laughed out loud.

"Soon I will know all of his secrets and know where The Golden Glass is!"

Golden Glass. I wondered what that was.

BANG went the door as Klyzod walked out. We hid behind the door.

"We need to find the Glass before Klyzod does!"

"Yeah, how do we get back on Eth?" Jim answered.

"Earth you mean. Right, so is there, like, an Earth Transporter or something?"

Jim sighed and pointed to a teleporter. He turned it on, and we were on our way. Jim fell on the ground, and I fell on my head.

"OW!!!" I hollered. I looked up and saw a beautiful sky. We were back on Earth!

"Jim, I had the strangest dream."

"Not a dream."

"Oh, so I wonder where Klyzod went."

Someone was near. Jim back flipped and kicked. An invisible minion of Klyzod fell down.

"Whoa." I needed to know how he did that. Jim walked away, and I followed behind. We were in the shade. Wait...there are no trees here! I looked up, and there it was--Klyzod's ship. The final battle was about to be underway. "But how are we going to get up there?"

"We need something that can fly," Jim said.

"Aha!" I exclaimed. "We have the world's largest piece of paper in this town! We can make the world's largest paper airplane!"

Jim smiled with glee. We ran to the museum. We found the elephantine paper and made the colossal airplane. We flew inside, and boy, it was a ride! We fell on top and looked for an entryway. I found it and went in. This was where I lost my memory. We saw bunches of technology. Too bad we were going to have to destroy everything.

A lot of guards were coming back from lunch break. We hid behind a circuit board. I had a potato from yesterday. I chucked it for a distraction.

The guards started to swell up so much, they exploded.

"I don't know what just happened," I said confused.

"Yes! They’re allergic to potatoes!" Jim grabbed me, and we danced. Out of nowhere, a laser beam almost got my head and shaved off most of my hair.

"You may have beaten my minions, but you will not be seeing your big red star!" said a voice. Out of the shade was Klyzod. I threw my potato at him.

Nothing happened.

Jim ran up to him and started a kick. Klyzod grabbed him and launched him into the mesosphere. I looked up in awe and disgust. Jim fell down on him and Klyzod couldn't see. He fell out off the ship and onto a volcano as the ship flew over Hawaii.

"Wow, I think we just won! I saw Klyzod fall…with Jim! I couldn't reach him, and they both fell in.

"NOOOOO!!!" I screamed out loud. They fell in. I looked at them gloomily. I saved the world, but not Jim.

"I may have lost a buddy, but at least you know this story," I said in an old, raspy, voice. "Tell it again!" exclaimed my children.

"All right," I continued.

"So there I was…"

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