EEnE's NBC-chapter 5You know, we just left, but I already miss Christmas Town, Jack was saying to Eddy and Double D.Why? asked Eddy. Youre bringing most of it back with you.Jack had Eddy and Double D help him go around Christmas Town, filling a huge sack with things to take back to Halloween Town. However, when they were done collecting things, they realized that the sack was too heavy for them to carry. So Jack had resorted to tying the sack to the back of a nearby snowmobile.Now they were riding back home, with Jack driving (even though the snowmobile was too small for him, so his knees were up by his head), Eddy and Double D riding on the top of the sack, and Zero floating close by.I still cant believe we couldnt find Ed, said Eddy.I told you to look for him while we were collecting things, said Double D.No, you didnt! said Eddy. First, I said, There is no way were helping Jack go aro
EEnE's NBC-chapter 4And so the three Stouthearted Eds marched through the dark and creepy woods known as the Hinterlands. Of course, Eddy led, with Double D in the middle and Ed at the rear. However, after marching for a while, the Eds began to notice that something wasnt right. There was no sign of Jack anywhere, yet they clearly saw him entering these woods. But now it seemed that they were the only living things in the woods at the moment.Suddenly and very abruptly, Eddy stopped dead in his tracks at a certain tree. Since it was unexpected, Double D ran into Eddy, and Ed ran into Double D.Eddy, what . . . Double D was about to say, but Eddy quickly covered his friends mouth. Double D noticed something different about Eddys expression. He looked like he had seen a ghost. Or maybe . . .Thats when Double D saw what had freaked Eddy out, and he too became alarmed. There, sitting right in front of the three boys, asleep with his back against the tree, was Jack Skellin
EEnE's NBC-chapter 3Eddy and Double D were able to catch up to Ed before he could make a spectacle of himself. Then Eddy quickly explained to Ed that they had to be sneaky and quiet so Jack wouldnt see them. Thankfully, the message actually got to Eds tiny brain that night, and he said he understood.So the three Eds followed the tall, forlorn-looking skeleton at a safe distance. Before they knew it, they found themselves in the graveyard by the pumpkin patch again. They quickly ducked behind a tombstone and peered around it, hoping like heck Jack didnt see them.They watched as Jack stopped near a small grave that looked like a doghouse. The name on the doghouse grave read Zero. Jack patted his lap two times. A small ghost dog with a bright orange nose popped out of the grave and began to follow Jack as he continued to walk.Jack walked into the pumpkin patch and to the top of Spiral Hill. All the Eds could see of him now was a tall, dark silhouette against the bright yellow
EEnE's NBC-chapter 2Faraway, in a dark forest, there was a single tree that stood out. This tree stood out because carved into the trunk was a door shaped like a pink house.Usually in this part of the forest, it was completely silent. But at that moment, it was anything but. The screams of three terrified boys filled the air. All of the sudden, the door shaped like a pink house swung open, and a mighty wind shot out.Double D was shot out of the door first. He landed on the ground with a THUD. But before he could get up, Eddy was shot out of the door and landed on Double D. The boy with the sock hat grunted as Eddy fell on him, then grunted a second time as Ed, who was the heaviest, landed on both of them.Sandwich! said Ed as he landed on his friends.All three Eds let out a moan. What had just happened?Everyone okay? Eddy asked after he finally found his voice.Lothar is unscathed! said Ed. Oh, and Double Ds fine because he broke the fall with his face.
EEnE's NBC-chapter 1October 31. Halloween night. The night when ghosts and goblins come out to play. The night when young children obtain massive amounts of candy by going door to door in costumes. To some kids, the greatest night of the year. And then there are others who dont exactly have the same idea . . .In a small town of Peach Creek, a young junior high student by the name of Eddy had just gotten home after serving his almost daily routine of detention. He remembered how the same thing had happened on last Halloween. But this Halloween was going to be different. Because Eddy had made the bold decision that he and his two friends, Ed and Edd (known to everyone as Double D) would not be trick-or-treating that year.Eddy was completely disgusted by Halloween after what had happened last year. He had fallen for another one of his older brothers stupid jokes (the so-called map to Spook-E-Ville ended up sending the three friends in a big circle), and he and Double D had been beat