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The Legend of Karate

A myth submitted to the site by Conor Jackson

Near Nepal, China

Once there was a palace in the mountains of china and the palace was home to Zuba and his family. He had a wife called Sisa Chong and a son called Karate (not the matial art).

One day there came a knock at the door and Zuba sent his servent to answer, then Zuba heard a shout. So Zuba went to the door then there was a yell, so Sisa Chong ran to the door then there was a screm and Karate did not hear!

Then three soilders dressed in blue walked through the door. The chief ordered the other two to search the house so one went upstairs and one went downstairs. When the guard - the guard went upstairs- reached Karate's room Karate heard him. The guard opened the door and as soon as Karate saw the blue that the guard was wearing he through a punch through the door knocking out the guard. Karate ran down the stairs. At the bottom of the stairs he found the other guard Karate punched him and the guard fell unconcious. Then Karate Found the chief. The chief put up a fight but then the chief fell unconcious.

After a while Karate became popular and the the Martial Art of Karate was made and this is how Karate started.

By Conor Jackson
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