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The Forever Knights and Robin Hood

A myth submitted to the site by Mert Guven

Los Angeles, U.S.A

The Forever Knights and Robin Hood
Long time ago there was a castle at Los Angeles U.S.A. The owner of the castle was the powerful king of the Forever Knights. The king was called Spartacus.

The Forever Knights had a really strong enemy. Their enemy was called Robin Hood. Robin was using an arrow to shoot people. Robin was strong enough to fight with a bull and fast enough to shoot an arrow in three seconds.

One day Robin decided to kill the king of the Forever Knights and then he made his way to the FK Castle in Los Angeles. When he arrives to the castle he understood that the FK Castle is armed really well and then he starts to think about how to get in the Castle. He took like three minutes to think about how to get into the Castle. When the three minutes past he took his bow and he took 10 arrows and throw them one after one to all the guards. When he realizes that the guards are dead he goes into the Castle by the huge door.

When he was in the Castle he went to the Kings room and he saw the king sleeping and then he took his bow and arrow and shoots the King at his head. Then he takes all the diamonds and all the gold from King’s chest and he runs away.
When the Kings son saw his dad shoot by his head with an arrow that has a name on it saying “Robin Hood” he understood that Robin Hood shoot his dad. Then he takes all the Knights and makes his way to Robin’s house to kill him.

When Kings Son arrives at Robin’s house he breaks the door and he saw Robin with his dad’s diamonds and gold. Then he caught Robin. When they arrive at the Castle King’s Son tells the knights to hang Robin tomorrow noon and they put Robin into prison until tomorrow.

When it becomes tomorrow the King’s Son tells the knights to take Robin out of prison and hang him. When Robin is getting ready to be hanged the King’s Son shouts out “Robin Hood the one who killed my dad the and the King of the Forever Knights should be killed by being hanged”. At that time the knights were bringing Robin to the place where he was going to be hanged. Then the time came they hanged Robin and the Forever Knights lived happily forever.

By Mert Guven
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