The large spaceship landed head first onto a strange green barren planet. It smashed into a million pieces, but Max and Flee seemed to be okay.

"Where in the world are we?" Max wondered out loud, emerging from the debris of the space ship. Flee took a look at the map, which was now torn to shreds, and shrugged. "Don't know," he muttered.

Max gazed around the planet. It was awfully hot there. Little aliens were scurrying everywhere, searching for cover as hot coals were making their way onto the planet. Max's eyes were fixed on the horrible scene. He couldn't believe that his dream was actually starting to come true. He pictured the aliens in their happier times, jumping around or celebrating; but now, a terrible disaster was striking their planet. Then Max searched farther and noticed that he could see earth from a far distance.

This would happen to my planet soon, Max thought.

"We have to stop this," Max said, grabbing Flee by its legs and running towards a forest that seemed pleasant and green, but once they passed by the first few rows of trees, they noticed that some fires were already beginning to happen. The further they went into the forest, the more flames they saw that were licking at all the plants and trees.

"Where are we going?" Flee asked as they continued to run through the forest.

"We're looking for something," Max simply said. They continued to run (and fly) for a few more meters until Flee cried for Max to stop.

"What?" Max said, stopping. Flee flew down to the ground, picked up a folded piece of paper and gave it to Max. Max briskly unfolded it. "It's in code," he said, handing it back to Flee. "I can't read it."

Flee snatched the paper from Max's hands and began to read it, but to Max, it sounded like "Bezeeiensiakijekjkrjlajle. Iejifaenfkejfiovsufiasp kfjiej jfijicuiuiuie."

"Huh?" Max said, scratching his head cluelessly.

"It's just a whole bunch of instructions about how to put hot coals on a cold planet or something like that," Flee said. "They weren't supposed to put all the coals at once but I guess it just came out to be that way."

"Then, what happened?" Max asked Flee.

"Well, the coals were flying everywhere. They exploded many planets. People and aliens had to continue moving, I guess." Flee took another glance at the paper.

"The only way to stop the coals from exploding the entire universe according to the instructions is 'through the inhabitant'." Flee wrinkled his little nose. "Whatever that's supposed to mean," he said.

"Wow! How did you know how to read all of this?" Max said, impressed. "You're really good!"

"Well, a genius flea like me would know everything," Flee joked. "Let's go!"

Quickly, Max and Flee began to sprint. "But wait…" Max said, stopping suddenly. "Where are we going to?"

"I don't know," Flee said, panting for breath. "You were the one who came up with this silly idea."

"Well, we might as well take a break," Max said. Flee sat down on a rock as Max said, "I'm going to look around."