The sky was filled with black sand, the man in moon was nowhere to be seen this night either. The guardians whom had been fighting Pitch had just barely made it back alive. Tooth had taken the biggest blow, one of her wings was badly hurt and she was unconscious. Jack looked over at the sickbed in North's workshop. The sickbay was rarely used and often only when a yeti or a elf had gotten hurt during work. Jack walked forward to the tooth fairy that laid in the bed, a yeti were bandaging her wing and some other wounds on her body. "I wish I could have done something." Jack whispered, disappointed with himself not being able to protect the other guardians when they had needed him. "It is not your fault." North said with a heavy Russian accent. "No one could do anything. We need help." He continued. Bunny had just walked in to hear what North said. "What do ya mean mate? Are we picking a new guardian? Only the man in the moon can do that." Bunnymund commented, looking very skeptical at North. "Then we're screwed. Pitch won't let the black sand go away during the nights and we can't stop him long enough to get the sand away for us to talk to the man in the moon." Jack said and looked down on the floor. "No, no. We dont need new guardian, we only need assistance." North said and smiled. "What'ya mean mate?" Bunny asked North and even Jack looked questioning at him. "We search after other creatures to help defeat Pitch. Mother nature, the leprechaun, and everyone we find." North explained and Bunny smiled. "We search different part of world and then come back with everyone we find that is willing to help." North finished. And so they separated to get out to different parts of the world. They fast found Sandy to tell him about their idea and even though he couldn't talk he still would be able to get the message threw. Everyone was a bit skeptical towards to let their newest member go alone, everyone of them would have a hard time if Pitch attacked them while alone but Jack was probably the one that would be most vulnerable among them. But that wasn't anything they took up in front of Jack since he wouldn't agree even though he knew it was true. Jack hadn't met that many of the creatures that existed around the world, he were a winter spirit after all. Many spirits either worked during the wrong season or tried to avoid snow. But except for the four of his friends he had met a few others during his 300 years as a spirit. Though he hadn't really talked to them, or they hadn't talked to him. After some flying he came to a clearing in the middle of a forest, he could definitely sense the presence of some kind of spirit. "Hello." He shouted. "Someone there. I need to talk to you." The other guardians had been around much longer than him, so everyone knew about them. If they asked for help everyone would at least listen. But for Jack who just became a guardian a year earlier, and that still didn't have many believers nor was known for other spirits, maybe wouldn't be listened to.