It was Etta eating 100 lobsters, Mayberry eating 1000 fish and Eliza I don't know but I do remember one of them offering one more fish or lobster and I was waiting for the one to say that she is so full that she will have a food loss if she eats one more fish/lobster
If you think about it, it actually would make a lot of sense.
I was able to cope with the death of Mufasa in Lion King. I could survive the death of Littlefoot's mother in Land Before Time. I coped with the death of Bambi's mother in Bambi. What got me was the death of Charlotte in Charlotte's Web.
Unlike Mufasa, Littlefoot's Mother, and Bambi's mother, Charlotte had quite a bit of screentime (in the cartoon based on the book, and I think there was a live action too, one I was too afraid to see, as you'll see why). She was practically the dueteragonist. While many were going to let Wilber get turned into bacon as "just the way things are", she spent time and time again spinning webs with words she hoped would get the people to spare Wilber.
In the end, her efforts worked. However, right as we see the triumph of the farmer stating the Wilber will live to a ripe old age, we soon find that Charlotte, having spent a lot of energy making her egg sack, is soon going to die and, after singing a farewell song, she crawls away to die off screen.
I mean, she busted her butt to save Wilber, but, it seemed she couldn't save herself from dying. I was like WTH as a kid (and even into my adult years.)
Even worse, most of the eggs she had flew away when they hatched, making the despair worse. Luckily, three remained to FINALLY give Charlotte the credit she deserved.
However, her death hit me pretty hard and I never really got to the point where I thought I could watch it again until after I saw Rogue One a few months ago and realized that having the main/major character die is ok.
Also, now that I think of it, she more or less, died naturally, if not of old age. It wasn't like she got murdered.
I've never actually seen Charlotte's Web (the sequel, a few times yeah, but I always remember getting bored/losing interest not long into the movie when I was little, I only ever finished it twice or thrice), but the things I've heard about it - including this - have piqued my interest in it a whole lot.
Your remark on Rogue One showing you that major/main characters dying is okay reminded me of this, by the way:
Not sure. You could try working on other things for a bit. You could also force yourself to write a sentence or so a day (and you can fix it later if you've just written fluff.) This is how I force myself to keep going even when otherwise the risk would be too high that I'd neglect it for a period of time.
While I am eager to have a Littlefoot vs. Chomper fight, I'd rather not Chomper go rogue, per se, here. Rather, something could happent to set them at odds. In this case, Haley would send Ozzy to kill Sharptooth eggs, and that would end up leading to Red Claw and Chomper forming a reluctant alliance and then Red Claw's group attacking some Leaf Eaters entering the Valley.
Neither Chomper nor Litltefoot could be sure that their friend on the other side wasn't privy to the attacks.
So, let me ask how did you find most of Jack's accounts on this wiki? Is there a quick tool to do that? I just want to ask because I'm thinking about reporting all of these profiles to VSTF Wiki. Thank you.
He's not really spamming. (For a place that really need help from Spam, see thelandbeforetime.org.) He's more like trolling.
His name is Jack Ward and he has lots of accounts that begin wtih a J and have a telltale pattern. Also, a lot of them will post and talk about his fanfictions. If you see any that have Ward in them, it's probably him.
He was causing lots of troulbe, telling people they couldn't post Lion King stuff and going on and on about We're Back a Dinosaur Story. He'd been warned several times and kept at it. Eventually, to settle matters, he stripped himself of his bureaucrat status and so far hasn't caused any more trouble.
ibarber kept arguing about species classification, or something like that, and belitting users that disagreed with him.