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Wordlock and Battlefield

A myth submitted to the site by Zakariyaq

Northolt, England

Once there was a man called Wordlock who was obsessed with battles. His father, Quse had a bunch of soldiers called Quselock. Next to Quse's island there was another island who was ruled by a king called Atcho. Every Spring, Atcho wants to have a battle with Quse who was a king with heart and fearless of king Atcho, so Atcho send king Quse a request to have a battle with his island. His son Wordlock saw the request and begged his dad to join the battle as this was his first batlle and the first opportunity to show his dad what a great fighter he was. So his dad bravely accepted the request and in few days the battle would begin.

Here was Wordlock in the daunting battlefield, standing next to his father bravely and feeling nervous inside. His father started to command to his soldiers and in a flash he took out his sword and cried, "ATTACK YOUR ENEMIES". There he was fighting boldly beside his father. Few minutes into the battle Wordlock was enjoying his experience as a soldier under the command of his father. But suddenly there was his enemy standing behind him ready to slaughter him. His father was shouting, "WATCH OUT SON", but sadly it was too late when his father saw him struggling with his last breath and blood pouring out of his mouth like waterfall. The most horrible and unthinkable happened. His father knew he took his excitement too far.

The next morning they buried him and that boy was never heard from him again.

By Zakariyaq
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