"Sure," he replied. "You've got me and Barkeley to guard you so don't worry. Ah, I think the rest have arrived." He saw the small but determined shape of Imrik land beside followed closely by the huge shapes of the dragons, Stormrider, Kara and Marash leading them.
"The dragons will start the attack," Imrik said. "Although they can attack the fountain if they need to its easier to attack it from the ground. When you hear Kara's roar that's our signal to go." The dragons moved, heading over the hill in front of them and within moments the sounds of battle beyond their sight. After a few minutes there was a loud roar.The ogres moved first, fairies parting to allow the immense creatures easy passage as Meren threw Aurora a small knife covered in intricate runs.
"That will protect you," Meren said. "Now we had better get going." The army moved, the sound of Nara and Elena drawing their weapons audible above the sound of marching feet. They stopped at the top of the hill to see an impressive sight: the dragons were dealing with the few bits of airborne resistance with ease, while the Ogres seemed to be cutting through the ground forces with ease.
"Nara," Elena said, "take the main force and help the ogres. Barkeley, Meren, Aurora, you and I will take my Royal Guards and head for the fountain." Suddenly it became obvious that around Elena were a small group of golden armoured fairies armed with deadly looking longswords. "Get ready for my signal," the Queen said as Nara lead the rest of the fairies headed down the hill in front of them, some launching into the air to get around their height disadvantage.