Trillion: the Three-Headed Lion (Beast Quest, No. 12)
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The peace of Avantia has been shattered by a fearsome new Beast--Trillion the Three-Headed Lion. If he is to save the kingdom, Tom must defeat Trillion and collect all the pieces of magical golden armor. Will he succeed?
LION GATE Copyright Did you think it was over? Did you think I would accept defeat and disappear? No! That can never be. I am Malvel the Dark Wizard, who strikes fear into the hearts of the people of Avantia. I still have much more to show this wretched kingdom, and one boy in particular — Tom. The young hero liberated the six Beasts of Avantia from my curse. But his fight is far from over. Let us see how he fares with a new Quest, one that will surely crush him and his companion, Elenna.
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across the plains. “I left my bow and arrows down there,” Elenna cried. Tom held out his shield. “Use this to defend yourself while you get them,” he said. “But you’ll need it!” Elenna gasped. “I have other protection,” Tom replied, his hand pressing against his chain mail and shining breastplate. The moment his hand touched the golden armor, he felt the magic working. The chain mail filled his heart with blazing courage. At the same time, he felt strength flowing from the breastplate to all
knew what he had to do. He took a step out into the open and raised his arm to give Elenna the signal to begin firing her arrows. As the first arrow bit into the Beast’s shoulder, Trillion let out a fearsome roar from all three of his massive jaws, an earsplitting noise that sent birds wheeling into the sky. Storm’s head jerked up and he rolled his eyes in fear, rearing back from the huge Beast. But instead of leaping forward into the safety of the lake, Storm bolted for the trees. “No, Storm!”
tinder to ignite it. Fire arrows were her specialty. “Yes!” Tom whispered to himself. “Good for you, Elenna.” The arrow embedded itself in Trillion’s foreleg, the flames searing the Beast’s hair and burning his skin. Trillion let out a roar of pain, twisting and turning as he tried to quench the flames. Tom knew this was his chance. He ran forward, quickly covering the open ground between himself and Storm, his golden leg armor giving him the extra speed that he needed. He was nearly there!