Skids and Bumblebee were the first to block his path, and Sentinel shot at Bee, but Skids leaped in the middle, absorbing the Cosmic Rust blast. Skid's final words to Mudflap before succumbing to the effects of the Cosmic Rust were "Sorry, buddy... suppose I wasn't... as clever... as I thought..." sor—-. "Sentinel!" Skids shouted as he went down. "Get out of here! Before it's too late!"
When Sentinel turned away from him, knowing that there was nothing more that Skids could do, Mudflap reached out with his last bit of strength and grabbed Sentinel's arm, trying to stop him from leaving.
"Don't go, old friend," he said softly. "You still have work to do." With those words, Mudflap died.
Sentinel dropped to his knees next to Skids' body and wept for his fallen friend.
In conclusion, sentinel said sorry 4 his wrong doing and vowed 2 change his ways.
Sentinel Prime assassinated the Twins after Cosmic Rust assassinated Ironhide. Here are some photographs from TFWiki depicting Mudflap and Skids' last moments... Mudflap was enraged at Skids' murder, but even his righteous rage was no match for Sentinel, and he died shortly after. Skids was taken down by a single shot from Sentinel's gun.
Skied is the past tense of the verb'ski. 'Sked' and'skied' are used to talk about actions that happened in the past.
To express that someone skied in the past, we use skied. To express that they are skiing now or will be skiing later on, we use skate. Skate is also the word used to describe the action of skiing on ice.
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Snowball's involvement in the Battle of the Cowshed was brave and noble. Snowball planned the ambush on Jones' troops and commanded the animals throughout the assault. Snowball leapt at Mr. Jones in an attempt to disarm him, but was shot at the last second. However, the bullet only grazed his head, so he continued fighting.
After the battle, Mr. Jones took revenge on Snowball by hanging him from a tree. But before he died, Snowball sent a message to Prince Charles asking for help. Then, an Indian warrior found Snowball's son Cubby who had been left behind in the camp when his father raced off to battle. The Indian raised Cubby as his own and named him Cobber.
Years later, when King James II was preparing to invade England, he ordered that all horses under the age of six be given over for slaughter. This order included all the cowships (cows) and snowball ponies. However, one cow named Judy lived with her owner, Charlie Duke, a blacksmith. When Judy could not be sold, she made her way across country to tell King James II what was happening with her family. When she reached London, she met up with Cobber, who now went by the name of Dilly.
Cubby and Dilly joined King William's army and helped win the first American Revolutionary War battle at Lexington.
Hercules merely told Eurystheus that he wasn't fast enough. Eurystheus believed that catching this beast would be the ideal assignment for Hercules to die. Hercules pursued the Erymanthian Boar through the deep snow, exhausting him before capturing him in a net and transporting him to Mycenae. Here Eurystheus ordered his men to kill the boar, but when they tried, it was immune to their weapons.
In an effort to defeat him, Eurystheus had captured the Erymanthian Boar using his own weapon against him: a sharp rock. But because the rock was too small to kill the boar, he instructed his men to find something bigger. One of them found a stick about this long with a stone attached to it. They threw the stick at the boar, but once again, it didn't kill him. Frustrated, they went back and got another stick, this time with two stones attached to it. Again, they threw it at the boar, but this time he took flight into the mountains.
He ran all night without stopping until he reached a lake where he could rest. The next day, Hercules returned to the lake to look for the boar but didn't see him. Then he heard noises in the distance and saw that there were two boars fighting. He chased after them but they outran him. When evening came, he returned home empty-handed.