The Last Chapter
Of The Dinosaur Revolution
We Will Always Be A Family
Baku decided that it would be best if they decided on Sakaki's punishments outside of the valleys. So Heart and his family left the two valleys, where Sakaki would have to face his punishments for what he had done. Hiro, Sagi and his family joined Heart as well.
"Sakaki my son, I am very disappointed in you. You believed that this drought gave you the power to attack the Grand Valley and the plant eaters whenever you wanted to, even when the two valleys have had their peace treaty for the longest of time. You felt that the drought was a great emergency and you attacked the Grand Valley more times than you should have. Even worse, you even wanted to cause a war with the Grand Valley, which resulted in the death of the maiasaura herd leader. You didn't listen to what I told you son. You lost sight of what is truly important and that is to do the right thing for everyone, not just yourself and the big jaws but the plant eaters as well. Because you lost sight, you have lost the leadership of the Valley of the Meat Eaters, " said Baku.
"Yes father. I have done very horrible things that I never should have done and I regret them greatly," said Sakaki.
"I'm sure that you do. Now normally for all of the horrible things you have done, the punishment would be you would be banished from the two valleys forever, never to return again. Or even death. However, I can tell that you have realized the mistakes you have made and that you knew that you didn't deserve to be called a leader anymore. You have realized the mistakes you have made and because of that, your punishment will be reduced," said Baku.
"It will?" asked Sakaki.
"Yes it will. Sakaki, your punishment will be that you are not to return to the two valleys for ten years," said Baku.
"Ten years?! But isn't that a bit too long a time dad?" asked Heart.
"No Heart, it is a good amount of time. Sakaki, you are only banished from the two valleys for ten years. Until the ten years have passed you are still able to go wherever you wish to travel to," said Baku.
"Thank you, father and I'm sorry. I never should have been so mad at you about abandoning me," said Sakaki.
"I accept your apology, but I should also be the one apologizing as well. I thought more about myself and just gave you the leadership when you didn't want it. I didn't even try to find any big jaws to duel me so they could take my place so they could be the leader instead of you. It was very selfish of me. I just hope one day you'll finally find it in your heart to forgive me," said Baku.
"Thanks dad," said Sakaki.
By the way. If you wish to you can travel with me if you want to," said Baku.
"Travel with you? What are you saying dad?" asked Heart who seemed surprised.
"I am saying that I have been here long enough Heart. Soon I shall go back to the plains where I belong," said Baku.
"But I don't understand. I thought you were going to stay here forever with me and my family!" said Heart who seemed sad now.
"No Heart, I cannot. Even though I would like to stay here, I still have my duty as the ruler of the plains. Just like you have your duty now as the leader of the Valley of the Meat Eaters. I will probably be leaving for the plains as soon as tomorrow. But Heart, this isn't truly goodbye forever. You will always be my son, no matter how far apart we are and nothing will ever change that," said Baku.
"Your right dad. We will always be a family no matter where we are," said Heart.
"Yes we will be. I will try to visit you a few times to see how you are doing. But also are you still planning on leaving the Valley of the Meat Eaters now that you are the leader of the Valley of the Meat Eaters? Will you take your own advice and leave the Valley until the plants and the plant eaters come back again?" asked Baku.
"Well, I have to be honest with you. You all should really know the truth," said Heart.
"What do you mean dad? What truth do you have to tell us?" asked Umasou.
"The truth is, I'm glad that I became the leader of the Valley of the Meat Eaters and now the valleys can now start going in a different direction. But I don't deserve it. I'm sorry but I cannot accept the role as the ruler of the Valley of the Meat Eaters," said Heart. Everybody was shocked when they heard Heart say that. Sakaki was probably the most shocked.
"But I don't understand, brother. Why don't you want to be the leader of the Valley of the Meat Eaters?! I surrendered the fight, so you should accept the leadership you have been given," said Sakaki.
"Yeah, but the truth is I never wanted to become the leader of the Valley of the Meat Eaters. The only reason I came here with my son my sister and my friends is because I wanted to live somewhere where I knew my family would be safe from any predators that tried to eat them. When I found out that you were attacking the Grand Valley before, I joined the plant eater so I could keep them safe because I didn't want my family to die. Now that my family will always be safe now, I don't have to worry about them living in danger. But I never wanted to become the leader of the Valley of the Meat Eaters. All I want is to live, knowing my family will always be safe and have me close by," said Heart.
"But what will you do now then Heart? Who will take your place if you don't want to be the leader anymore?" asked Baku.
"Well as far as I know, since I am still the leader now, I can choose who will become the new leader of the Valley of the Meat Eaters. And I've decided long ago who I'd want as the leader and now he shall become the leader. Hiro, congratulations. You are now the new leader of the Valley of the Meat Eaters," said Heart.
Hiro was at a complete loss of words for a moment when he heard Heart declare him the new leader of the Valley of the Meat Eaters.
"Heart, you really want me as the leader of the Valley of the Meat Eaters. But what makes me so important? Why don't you make somebody else the leader like Sagi?" asked Hiro.
"I'm making you the leader Hiro, because you are the best big jaw to lead the Valley of the Meat Eaters. Hiro, I'm choosing you because you remind me of myself in a lot of ways. You are a kind big jaw and people can rely on you. You'll fight for what you believe in, even if it means having to face consequences. Plus you are a true friend that everyone can believe in. That is why I believe you deserve to be the leader of the Valley of the Meat Eaters and not me," said Heart.
"I don't really know what to say Heart, but thank you so much for believing so much in me. But Heart, you have still done so much for everyone in both of the valleys as well and it deserves to be recognized. As the new leader of the Valley of the Meat Eaters, Heart I am making you my second in command. you won't be the ruler of the valley, but you will still make decisions like I do as well. And Heart if your still going to be a part of the Valley of the Meat Eaters, then I will gladly take your advice," said Hiro.
"What do you mean Hiro? What advice did I give you?" asked Heart.
"I'm surprised that you've forgotten already Heart. The big jaws of the Valley of the Meat Eaters will leave the Two Valleys until the plants and plant eaters have returned once again. Someday, we will finally be able to come back home, but until then we will find a new place where there will be enough food where we can live," said Hiro.
"Heart, when you return will you continue to live with us in the Grand Valley like before?" asked Heart's mom.
"I'm sorry mom, but it would be best if I stayed with more of my own kind. Don't forget mom, you will always be my family, but we both live in two different worlds. But Like Baku said, it won't truly be goodbye. Even if I'll be living in the Valley of the Meat Eaters, I will still try to visit you and everyone at least once a month, maybe twice. We will always be a family, even if we are very far away and nothing will ever change that ever," said Heart. His mom than hugged him.
"Even if we are far apart, I will always keep you and our memories inside my heart. And I will never forget all of our moments," said Heart's mom.
"So Hiro, when will we leave the Valley of the Meat Eaters?" asked Heart.
"It would probably be the best if we left soon, so the big jaws will be ready for it as well. We should try to leave tomorrow," said Hiro.
"That is a good plan," said Heart.
"Hey dad, what will happen to me now? Will I be joining you when you leave the Valley of the Meat Eaters and will I live with you when you come back?" asked Heart.
"Umasou, you will always be my son no matter what and I am so proud to have raised you up to be so strong and independent. But I think that it has been enough now," said Heart.
"What do you mean dad?" asked Umasou who seemed confused.
"Umasou, I think it would be best for all of us if you stayed in the Grand Valley with my family," said Heart. Umasou not looking him in the eyes.
"But why dad? I thought we were a family?! I thought we would always stay together!" cried Umasou.
"I know Umasou. But the truth is, I can't guarantee your safety, not if you joined me when the Valley of the Meat Eaters moved out or even if you were to live in the Valley of the Meat Eaters. Other big jaws may just try to eat you and I could never forgive myself if that ever happened. If you stay in the Grand Valley with my family, then you will be much safer. Besides, it's best if you were with more plant eaters like yourself or even more hard shells. But Umasou, it will be better for the two of us if you stayed in the Grand Valley. And I will try to visit you whenever I can and if you really want to see me, you can come and visit me in the Valley of the Meat Eaters as well. Remember Umasou, you will always be my son and I am proud to be your dad," said Heart.
"I understand then. It will probably be better if we did this then," said Umasou quietly.
"Well me and Heart should probably head back to the Valley of the Meat Eaters now and prepare the big jaws to move out of the valley. Baku, since you're not leaving until tomorrow, your more than welcome to rest in the Valley of the Meat Eaters as well," said Hiro.
"I shall. I have a long journey back to the plains and I will need all the rest I can get. Sakaki, since you should rest up for a long journey as well, you can stay in the Valley of the Meat Eaters for one last night to rest up," said Baku.
"Thank you dad. I will," said Sakaki.
"We should head back to the Grand Valley as well where we belong. Well Heart, I wish you and Hiro the best of luck on finding a new place to stay until the plants return. And I can't wait to see you again," said Light.
"I can't wait to see you all again as well. No matter what, I will never forget any of you. I will always keep you in my heart," said Heart.
"Farewell Heart!" said Heart's mom.
With that, the big jaws returned to the Valley of the Meat Eaters, including Heart and the plant eaters returned to the Grand Valley including Umasou. The big day finally came. Baku returned to the plains to take his place back as the ruler of the plains. Heart, Hiro and the other big jaws left the Valley of the Meat Eaters to find a place where they could live where there were plenty of plants and plant eaters until the plants around the two valleys finally returned, along with the plant eaters. As for Sakaki, he left the Grand Valley for good to find a new place where he could live. However, no one knows exactly where he went or what happened to him.
Epilogue: After unknown amount of time, Heart Hiro and the other big jaws from the Valley of the Meat Eaters finally returned to the two valleys and the plants had returned as well. The plant eaters even returned as well. Heart's family was very happy to see Heart once again and to see that he was still very safe. Heart continued to live in the Valley of the Meat Eaters as the second in command to Hiro. Heart has also kept his promise to his family and he has tried to see them at the most twice a month.
After traveling for more than a month, Baku finally returned to the plains and took back his position as the ruler of the plains. Beckon was also very glad to see that his son was safe and that Baku was finally able to meet and know his lost son. Baku continued to help out his dad, by giving him any tender meat he was able to get a hold of.
To this day, no one knows where Sakaki is. But one thing for certain is that he is having his own adventures, just like his brother. But that story is for another day.
In the end everyone ended up living happily with their lives facing whatever challenges the future has in store for them.
But in the end, everybody lived happily ever after. And now the two strongest words in every single story: