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Henry and the Three-headed Snake

A myth submitted to the site by Alex


Once long long ago in the time of castles, kings and magic, there was a golden palace. The palace was ruled by a very evil king that had a daughter named Crystal.
One day the princess was talking to the king.
'Why is it that every girl and boy has to go and be eaten by that dreaded beast'.
That three headed snake has to be killed. As you might have guessed, that snake had to be killed. One day, a brave boy was walking to the palace. His name was Henry .He was a clever, handsome man and the king ordered Henry to get the eye of the three headed snake. At first Henry said, “NO!” but then he thought and said OK!.

Henry was ready and off faster than you would know. When he got to the forest he saw in front of him two gods. The gods gave him some magic sandals and some pixie dust and to help him on his journey also they told him to be careful. He went on his way over hills and past rivers until he came to the ruined black castle he took a peek through the castle door.

He saw the three headed snake and turned back but when the snake went through the door Henry took a deep breath and got the snakes eye and ran home safe and sound. When he got home the king said 'Your supposed to be dead'
'But I brought the snakes eye home'.
The king touched it and died and that was the end of him and Henry became king for ever.

By Alex
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Name: Nimra Akhtar 18th February 2013
This story is good because you named the character Crystal.Well Done keep it up.
Name: Wahaab Malik 7th February 2013
This is a cool story
Name: Macy 6th February 2013
I like this myth or legand because it has a intresting creature that is a three headed nake of course and I have a pet snake with two heads.
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