Passages: Fletcher's Rebellion, Part 2
|Passages: Fletcher's Rebellion, Part 1||Passages: Fletcher's Rebellion, Part 2||Blackgaard's Revenge, Part 1|
The adventure contiues as Alice, Fletcher and Timmy sneak into the Adrian camp at night, and overhear two Adrian soldiers sharing their nightmares of being destroyed by the Marutians. Upon returning to their own camp, Fletcher orders his men to prepare for battle by bringing every noisemaker and source of light they can find. The army surrounds the Adrian camp and, at the signal from Fletcher, shines their lights, makes noise, and shouts, "For the Unseen One!" The Adrians drop their weapons and flee in terror. The Marutian army chases them, and captures an Adrian general. Timmy and Alice watch from Madarra Hill, and the battle is over in minutes. The Marutians applaud Fletcher and Alice, who attribute the entire victory to the Unseen One. Alice believes they are allowed to experience Marus so they will have greater reliance on God in this world. Later, Tom finds some obscure references in Timmy's journal that fit Alice's account of their journey into Marus, relating it back to the story of Gideon in the Bible. He wonders if Marus is a real place.
 Discussion Questions
- Alice said that she and Timmy "were allowed to experience Marus so we could understand faith in God better in this world." What did Timmy and Alice learn about God while they were in Marus?
- Tom reads in Timmy's journal that the story of Gideon reminded Timmy of Marus. What parallels do you see between the story of Gideon and what happened in Marus?
|Mr. Donaldson||Corey Burton|
|Sheriff Sabian||Pete Reneday|
|Timothy Riley||Blake Ewing|
|Tom Riley||Walker Edmiston|
- These two episodes were a tie-in for the Passages Book Series.
- The original airing of this episode featured a preview of the next week's show. It previews the "season premiere" of Adventures in Odyssey and at the end Chris's voice slowly turns into Blackgaard's.
- Alice and Timmy "slip" into Marus, similar to how the children in The Chronicles of Narnia slip into another world. Marus is like Narnia in many ways, since it is another world with it's own laws, religions, and landmarks. Alice said she experienced Marus so she could understand God better in our world. Aslan says the same thing about Narnia in The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. Like Narnia, the children agree not to tell anyone else about the "country".
- This episode was originally titled Passages, Part 2. Once Adventures in Odyssey decided that they were going to turn the book, Darien's Rise into an audio drama (Darien's Rise),they needed to be more specific as which Passages episode this was. So they renamed it as Passages: Fletcher's Rebellion, Part 2.
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