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Mildew and Pip

Summary
Mildew and Pip Summary

Mildew the elf and Pip the goblin have hit upon a novel idea, to solve crimes and problems in the kingdom of Halday using logic and deduction; instead of the people's usual practice of running to the King's wizard for help. Together they solve crimes in their own unique and brilliant way but it usually takes some unique turns and funny adventures before the get results!

   

"Tragedy! Tragedy!" The tortured voice echoed throughout Halday hall.

The voice belonged to Zugrugg, Major Domo of Castle Halday's housekeeping department (which was a bit ironic since Zugrugg was a Plion- a half slug/half human creature who therefore left a trail of slime wherever he went ergo left a mess to clean up wherever he went!) and the Castle's chief servant.

The Plion slithered, as fast as he could towards the balcony where a huge rat was standing rather stiffly. The rat turned on hearing Zugrugg's voice.

"Come! Come! You miserable slug! what are you yammering about?"

"Oh Athetis!" Zugrugg wailed and touched his forehead with the back of his hand, "Grand Vizier to our King! Most short tempered and wisest of the King's subjects! It's terrible! Oh..."

"...Oh, if this castle didn't have as much melodrama as it does now life would be much simpler!" the rat moaned rolling her eyes at the same time. She turned back to the Plion her whiskers a quiver with irritation, "just tell me the problem you fool!"

"Sir," the Zugrugg replied, "one of the servants went for it this morning and found out that it was gone! It's gone! The King's...

reaver6 (Rate Passer) added to this story on Thu, Feb 24 2011 07:55:13 EST

Magical rug is gone! "Oh my." We must form a search party and find it or someone may lose their head!" exclaimed Zugrugg!

d1i2a3n4e5 (Rate Passer) added to this story on Fri, Feb 25 2011 01:12:20 EST

"Bring the servant to me immediately! Only five of us know the location of the Magic Rug . No servant should have been sent to retrieve it in the first place.Someone will be punished for this breach of order."

celeritas (Rate Passer) added to this story on Sat, Feb 26 2011 00:09:41 EST

Call Dursten!", Zugrugg commanded the servants nearby "He was the one who first reported to me that the rug was missing."

I guess there is no need to tell you where they found the servant, what his reaction was when he was told that the Grand Vizier of the Kingdom of Halday, the most short tempered the King's subjects and the chief of the servants were sending for him or how they finally convinced him to come before them; what you should really know is that Dursten, a hermit crab, was shaking like a leaf before these two fellows and was making a clack-clacking sound as his pincers were knocking against one another. He also kept rubbing his neck as if the connection of his head to the rest of his body was going to end very, very soon.

The big rat looked into Dursten's eyes, her whiskers twitching this way and that as the clack-clacking sound became just a bit louder.

"Alright then, who was it that told you to fetch his highness' enchanted rug?"

reaver6 (Rate Passer) added to this story on Tue, Mar 01 2011 23:24:35 EST

After much coaxing and many threats, the servant finally whispered hoarsely,"Oh dear,oh dear,it was the princess herself who desired the use of the magic rug,".

celeritas (Rate Passer) added to this story on Wed, Mar 02 2011 02:20:59 EST

"The princess?" Athetis looked at him quizzically "...and when did she ask for the rug?"

"She sent me for the rug just a while ago grand vizier. I was passing by the hall when she beckoned to me and told me where the rug was and to fetch it for her." the words were tumbling one after another from Dursten's mouth.

Athetis turned away from the still shaking servant.

"This is highly irregular." Athetis conferred to Zugrugg

"What's so irregular?" Zuggrugg asks "Her royal highness sent for the royal carpet. She must have grown tired of waiting for the servant and fetched it herself. I shall confirm it with her immediately."

"Get back here you oaf!" The grand vizier quickly pulled Athetis back to her (which was no small feat considering how slippery he was). She was speaking in a low voice but here eyes seemed about to pop off their eye sockets.

"This would be all well and good but the princess left 2 days ago on a secret diplomatic mission I escorted her to the edge of the grounds myself! It couldn't have been her."

reaver6 (Rate Passer) added to this story on Sun, Mar 13 2011 21:58:09 EST
Summary
Mildew and Pip Summary

Mildew the elf and Pip the goblin have hit upon a novel idea, to solve crimes and problems in the kingdom of Halday using logic and deduction; instead of the people's usual practice of running to the King's wizard for help. Together they solve crimes in their own unique and brilliant way but it usually takes some unique turns and funny adventures before the get results!


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Genre: Adventure
Created: 02-24-2011
Word Count: 721

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