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A myth submitted to the site by Zakariya


Zakrides was Athens's great hero. He is 38 years old. While having all the qualities of a traditional hero, such as strength and courage, he was also intelligent and wise. His early adventures benefited the city and region. He was a successful hero, he had a beautiful son named Jackinus.
Zakrides was so strong he was the deciding factor in allowing the Olympian Gods to win their battle with the giants.

Along time ago in ancient Greece there were a town and a hero called Zakrides. He like to eat the villiges. Sometimes people were interrogated by its many cube.

One day a new man came to town. He saw no-one on the street. He had a spine-tingling feeling, then someone screamed! "Get in my house!" He found who screamed. He got in their house and they told him about the Zakrides.

He wanted to kill him...everyone thought he was crazy! He went to where it lived. Then suddenly...

He was picked up by the collosal claws. Luckily he escaped from the collosal claws. He made a cascade of water appear on the beach and they carried on with the battle.

Zakrides could not do his power in front of the people...but he felt he had to use his power so he did it. It was the only way to stop it.

Suddenly his son named Jackinus came to help him. There was no way he could stop them but 100 soldiers to defeat him. It was obvious...he was killed with his sword.

It was the end, he had done it. Everyone could go out to play.

By Zakariya
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