(Dutch: De Legende van Yggdrasil)
Art by Don Lawrence & Script by Kelvin Gosnell
The strange creatures hitch the wrekage (with Storm and Ember inside) to a ceratopsian that drags it back to their base. They leave them on a big bullseye. The reptilian humanoids inspect the the two humans, and one of them who claims to be a High Priest declares them fit sacrifices for Yggdrasil.
Ember is having none of that:
The High Priest wants to kill them now, but he's stopped by a towering member of his race. Wag-Nar reminds the Priest that the law requires that they choose the way they die: A quick merciful death or a death with honor in the arena.
At first, Storm tries to avoid a fight, but Ember wants to fight the priest, but Wag-Nar swats her aside. They can only fight the Master. Storm agrees--and he wants to fight now. Storm is the first human ever to fight Wag-Nar. The creature accepts his request.
Unfortunately, Storm is outmatched. Wag-Nar prepares to kill him. He holds up the holy symbol of Yggdrasil prepares to offer his sacrifice. Storm recognizes it: "a tyrannosaurus!" Wag-Nar stops and has Storm repeat the name, then he asks Storm what his name is.
There is a murmuring among the crowd. A prophecy has been fulfilled! The famous warrior Bora-Ston had a vision that a brave human name Storm who knew Yggdrasil's true name would unite these creatures with their goddess.
Storm and Ember are adopted into the tribe:
TO BE CONTINUED