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Theseus and Daedalus and Icarus and Apollo v The Minotaur and The Chimaera

A myth submitted to the site by Finn Mccracken

Crete and Athens, Greece

One day in Athens Daedalus and Icarus were riding across the seas when urrrrggggghhhh...... there was a clash of boats and Theseus was in the other. They argued all day until they landed on an island called Crete and old king called Minos was standing there and he pushed them all in a Labyrinth and soon they came face to face with a Chimaera.

It's fiary breath killed Icarus but Theseus chopped the Chimaera head open down to the body. It was dead now. The only thing Theseus and Daedalus needed to do was find their way out but soon they came face to face with a Minotaur which with it's horns killed Theseus and stabbed him into the tummy but Daedalus snapped the Minotaur's head open and it was dead.

Daedalus was trying to find his way out when he could hear a voice from a god called Zeus telling him the way out. "Daedalus you must turn left then left at the next turn and right at the next turn to find your way out". He did and he was out but King Minos was waiting for him and chopped Daedalus's hand off. He was still alive when from behind King Minos a man called Apollo was cutting Minos to pieces. They had done it and lived happily for the rest of their lives.

By Finn Mccracken
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