Script & Planning:
Kauri, Austin & Toby:
A warrior was banished to an island because he had broken the tribes rules.
Living on an island in the South Pacific alone. Stranded on island cause waka is broken.
Cutting wood for his fire. Uses a sharp rock with sharp pointed edges. Drops tool on the sand by accident. Hits something solid on the ground in the sand. Thinking it’s just another rock, he checks it over and discovers that its actually a golden nugget.
Takes it home and decides what to do with it. Fixes his waka. Makes a distraction for deadly monsters and travels safely to the next island that is populated. Gifts it to the Chief in exchange for his freedom. A thousand years later, the golden nugget is showcased at the Auckland Museum.
Toby: A warrior named wiremu was banished from his tribe for breaking all the tribe’s rules, and because of this he was sent to the next island where the taniwha and the tentacled monster lurked with their terrifying gaze. Kauri: This is where he lived for the past 2 years, here is wiremu and this is his home! So one day he went out to cut the wood for his night fire, using a sharp rock with some sharp pointed bits and then he accidently dropped the rock and clang, he grabbed his hammer and banged the hammer then he saw something, glowing in the shadow he did it again just to make sure then he couldn't believe his eyes, a golden nugget. Toby: Then he went inside his house and decides what to do with it, after a few hours staring at the legendary thing, he finally decided what to do with it. Kauri: He fixes his waka, stored some resources for the journey, and gets going! Toby: Once he had landed on the safe water he began his journey, but oh no he just remembered the tentacled monster and the… Taniwha! Kauri: He had a plan, it was to poke the tentacled monster in the face and shine his light beacon that he had crafted. Toby: After scaring and killing the beasts he had finally returned to his homeland, gifting the gold for his freedom! Kauri: The chief replied and said yes. 2456 years later it is in the auckland museum as an artifact. Kauri & Toby: The End Thanks For Watching!