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Alexious and the Cavier

A myth submitted to the site by Farah Maged El Abd

Cairo, Egypt

Alexious was a handsome, strong, young and very popular boy. Alexious was very happy with his life except that his wicked father was in his life. His father King Mides was very jealous of Alexious and wanted to kill him. Mides thought of what he can do and his idea was to kill him.

After Alexious went out of his house he met a girl called Hanna which he loved immediately. He wanted to tell her that he liked her but his father sent Hermes to tell him to come home. So he went, his father told him "You like Hanna and you want to prove that you love her so slay the Cavier to prove you love her."
"Thanks dad."
"You're welcome."
Alexious went on as Mides was smiling. Alexious went and as he went on to his journey he found a goddess called Athena and she gave him advice and a sword.

Alexious was scared but he really loved Hanna so he went on. Alexious knew he had to rest so he could fight the Cavier. Alexious cut some banana leaves and slept. The next day Alexious woke up and then he saw the Cavier. He was thinking what he could do and remembered what Athena had told him to look into the Cavier's eyes and he will collapse. So Alexious did that and as he looked into his eyes, the Cavier collapsed and Alexious cut his head off.

Alexious brought the Caviers heart to prove he killed it. When Alexious went to King Mides, the king was very pleased and so was Hanna's father. King Mides decided he let him marry his daughter and so he did and they lived happily ever after.

By Farah Maged El Abd
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