The Mystery of the Missing Jade Scepter

A priceless historical artifact has been stolen from Westington Manor!  With the clues drying up fast, there’s only one little elephant with the detective skills to solve the case!




4 Responses to “ “The Mystery of the Missing Jade Scepter”

  1. moi? says:

    Well that was very, very.. hmmm..
    The animation is really good thouhg 🙂

  2. Sir John Brokett says:

    A yellow jade scepter associated with the court of the Qianlong emperor. The 14-inch-long “ruyi,” acquired by a British military attache in Beijing during the Boxer Rebellion of 1900, was sold by Bonhams in London on May 12, 2011.

  3. Great Gregory the Gorilla says:

    What a cliff-hanger ending. I mean, honestly, you leave our hero right there in the midst of the villain – Not fair, Jason. My head is throbbing to know how this story ends.

  4. n0cDk3y says:

    I’ve been trolled.
    Was it something I said?