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Yazan and the Mysterious off the Moon

A myth submitted to the site by Christina

nowhere, eygpt

As, Yazan crept around the pyramid she heard a foot step. She crept forward to find a slimy dragons tail. Suddenly Yazan found a huge dead Unicorn. She quickly yanked the magical horn and reached over to release its power. Then Yazan had a enormous flash back.

It was a crowded stream and the wind was calling like a dog howling to a friend .birds flying across the sky. The stream gently swifting across . Leaves scrunching like a stone dropped on autumn leaves.

Yazan stood there with her flowers (as half her hair.) she stood proud with her beautiful dress, with her long blonde hair and gleaming pearls on her necklace. She was the hero of the town.

There was a huge monster that was called the hydra, its scales were demeaned, dark red, to match its eyes. Its teeth were as sharp as fifteen knifes.and when you cut of one of its heads another three will grow. Yazan was a nature goddess. The hydra was always crashing the land so yazan went to fight it.

The hydra was blocking a huge door which behind it was gold and yazans land needed it.yazan found the door. The hydra tured its face to look at yazan. Yazan took one step forward.

Yazan quickly got the unicorn horn and Yazan zapped the monster but the hydra didn’t get killed and yazan got swallowed but Yazan got the unjicorn horn and ripped the head off then rocks fell and the hydra got killed. Then the monster zoomed in the air to create a white ball in the sky that’s how the moon was made.

By Christina
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