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Alisee an the Hillyboo

Creet, Greece

king Hilly was a bad man. He did not like many people, and he demanded seven young women to go to be eaten by the Hillyboo. The Hillyboo was a bad creature, it lived in the walls of a maze in the kings castle, it was half wolf and half ogre.

When Alisee, a pretty girl found out about this she said to her mother, Lisa, "Mum next time the young ladies go to creet, i will go as one" her mother agreed and sent her off on a boat, she told her to change her sails to white when she was coming back safely.

When Alisee arrived she told king Hilly that she will see the Hillyboo first. When she opend the door of the maze she was spotted by a hansome man. He introduced himself as Arxo. Arxo gave Alisee a ball of wool, she tied it to the entrance of the dark maze and said goodbye. The wool was for her to keep hold of so she knew her way back out.

Just then a big creature appeared out of the darkness. it was the Hillyboo. Alisee thought quick. She did her karati chop on his arm. It was week and floppy. It fell off. He threw to the ground, bleeding to death.

Alisee found her way out and invited Arxo to join her back at the island. He said yes and kissed her on the cheek. But because of excitment, Alisee forgot to change the sail to white. Arxo proposed to Alisee and she said yes.
When Lisa saw Alisee coming back she thought it was just the boat in black. She climbed up to the top cliff and jumped off.

Alisee found out and fell to the ground in grieve. But luckily she had Arxo and they got married.

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