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Basic Story Starter
A ________ pirate wants to sing in a _______ band, but needs to find a group to sing with.
What was that ___(adj)___sound? He knew he heard something and there it was again. It was music. ___(adj)___music and he loved it! The pirate stopped ___(verb)___and just ___(verb)___. Then he started ___(verb)___ his toes. Before he knew it, he was ___(verb)___ his head and his arms too. Now he wanted to sing. He had to sing; he couldn’t help himself. When he opened his mouth, out came a ___(adj)___sound. He was quite possibly the ___(adj)___singer in the whole world.
Pirate felt ___(verb)___. He finally discovered the joy of singing and nothing was going to stop him from getting out and finding a group to sing with. But how? He was a ___(adj)___pirate, but he was ___(adj)___. So, pirate set off on a roadtrip to find a band.
First, he put on his travelling clothes. As all ___(adj)___singing pirates would, he wore a ___(adj)___hat and ___(adj)___pants. He ___(adverb)___threw his ___(adj)___backpack on his back and started ___(verb)___.
Soon, the day became ___(adj)___. The sky was ___(adj)___ and pirate felt ___(adj)___. He took a ___(adj)___ breath, ___(verb)___his head, and kept ___(verb)___ ___(adv)___.
Before long, he heard it again-- that sound. ___(adj)___ music. He started ___(verb)___ ___(adv)___. He ___(verb)___. And there it was! A musical pirate’s oasis, full of other ___(adj)___pirates ___(verb)___ ___(adv)___. He thought, “______________________________________________________.”
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