I know this is becoming kinda popular, but I still enjoy to write these! I hope you enjoy !
„Once Upon a time, there were four children that dreamed of being warriors one day. The names they chose to have when they would grow up were: Captain Anya Weston, Sir Tharin Thunderfist, Lady Ida Justheart and Alejandro The Duelist. They Trained hard, they were so determined to become a warrior that they trained whenever they could. The four were best friends and eventually called themselves „The Fabulous Four“. One holiday The Fabulous Four started to go to a training lesson for warriors lead by Gordon The Stalwart and Okar Stompfoot. They actually learned a whole lot. Loyalty and Fighting were some of the more important „subjects“. They then started choosing their most suitable weapon for when they would grow up. It changed a whole lot, but one day it was decided. Anya decided to use the Sword of the Temple Guard, Tharin wanted to use the Runesword, Lady Ida picked the Sword of the Forgotten and Alejandro wanted to use the Mornings Edge.
10 years later
The Fabulous Four were Finally True warriors. They Left their village saying farewell and then rescuing Kith from Kithgard dungeon. It was a true challenge, but after they got to the final stage, where they only had to build a single fence, they were out of there. When they were out of the dungeon they found themselves on the side of a mountain. There was a village on the bottom and it said: “CODECOMBAT“ after fighting some more munchkins and sneaky ogres they knocked on the gate. A man with the name of @nick opened up. He was a bit grumpy and said: „How dare you disturb my 4-day grind in Minecraft. What do you want?“ The Fabulous four replied: „We want to join you!“ @nick screamed: „@Chaboi_3000?“ @Chaboi_3000 came and said: „You guys seem kind! How about we make you warriors for CodeCombat? Your stats would be perfect for the starter warriors.“ The Fabulous Four high-fived and then they were the true starter warriors. From that point on, every user of CodeCombat has at least used them once.“
This Is also a shorter one than usual, but let me know what you want to see next!
P.S. Thank you to my man @PeterPalov for helping me with this biography! (And also @milton.jinich he also helped me a little)