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The Legend of Tomnos

A myth submitted to the site by Thomas Mash

athens, greece

A long time ago in Ancient Greece there was a strong, powerful God named Tomnos. He lived in an ancient, battered Greek ruin, that was fifty feet high and two hundred feet long. Tomnos had guards surrounding the building in a phalanx. Nobody had ever seen Tomnos. Legend says that whenever they tried to see him to get to him they got struck by lightning or were stabbed brutally by his guards.

Tomnos captured Holly because she betrayed him. She was a young, kind, and generous 19 year old girl. However, there was a brave rapping boy named Bicius who loved and adored her and kept on trying to rescue her but got struck by lightning every time. Bicious loved Holly because he thought she was beautiful. They met in the town but no matter how hard he tried he could not get to his beloved Holly. He killed some of the protectors but he almost got killed. He got away by hiding and then running away.
Holly was chained up at sword point Bicius took his chance and ran through the entrance when there was no protectors he saw Tomnos talking to holly and the shouted “stay away from my woman Tomnos!!!!!” so the battle was on.

Bicius started rapping but again got struck by lightning and stopped in pain. Eventually he got back up and started rapping again Tomnos could not take it anymore and fell to the floor in pain. Bicius stole a protector’s spire and stabbed Tomnos and now he rescued her all the protectors listened to Bicius and Holly and then Holly and Bicius got married and ruled the land.

By Thomas Mash
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