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Anileus Saves Greece From The Bloodsucker

A myth submitted to the site by Chicku

Athens, Greek

It was a fine day in Athens when all of the citizens were living merrily. The king heard that a creature,called the Bloodsucker,escaped from a cave high up in the mountains. So he decide to send 6 boys to kill the creature.A ll of the boys were training to kill a creature they were using a bag full of flour. On the real day unfortunately all of them were ill.What would they do?

6 of the girls were just beside the king so they heard everything and they thought to them selves they could go and kill the beast. So they crept out and got ready. There was a boat ready by the beach and they started to row of, gradually they got further and further away. In the distance there was an old,ugly,green, gooey boat and in that boat there was a creature.
"What is that", Anileus asked her women.
"We don't know", chorused the women together.
"Could it be the bloodsucker",said Anileus.
All of them got their swords ready and put their nose pegs on because the beast's feet stink.It was the creature they all worked together but two of the women fell of the boat and sank to the bottom. So four of the women killed the beast and rowed back home.
"Where have you been Anileus and you two", asked the king worriedly.
"We killed the bloodsucker",said the girls happily. Now they all lived happily ever after!!!!

By Chicku
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