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Dogon

A myth submitted to the site by Bethany J

Moscow, Russia

In Russia, a very long time ago, the people had been being terrorized by a monster named Dogon. He had long, wild arms, wavy hair as long as a elephants trunk. He was the most beastly beast anyone's ever seen. Every night he comes to the castle of Horat to have his feast.

"For 12 winters we have been alarmed, however, it is time we fought back! We can't just let him feast on our blood any longer. A matter of fact, any man who can defeat him, will be rewarded with the kings finest jewellery and armor." Announced the king. After the competition had gone out, over a thousand men had assigned for the deed, but all of them failed.

Then finally, the kings cousin put himself forward for the challenge.
"I will defeat this daring monster and I will win!" That night, he waited for the deadly creature to come. Staggering towards the castle, Dogon swung his long arms around - making himself big and scary. Once he saw him, the brave knight charged to Dogon huge frame, his skin as thick as armor itself. Bravely, the knight grabbed the monster's arm and bent it behind his hairy back, encouraging the monster to scream and shout. Eventually, his arm ripped and the creature was in great pain. Limping towards his home under the lake, it was clear that he was going to die.

From that day on, the people of Russia were free to live their lives, and of course, the king's cousin was awarded a lot of money and the kings finest jewellery and gold.
THE END

By Bethany J
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