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How the Sun came to the World

A myth submitted to the site by Niall O'Donovan


Before the Sun came about, the world was a dark, dark place...

Cardadock, an evil giant who lived on the tallest mountain, always thought he was the mightiest giant on Earth. Until the master of the Elves said that his people had captured a mightier giant. This, in true Elven nature was a lie. They, in fact, had merely made a big, wooden statue of a man.

When Cardadock saw it, he was petrified. He dropped his torch which rolled over to the statue. The statue immediatly burst into flames. In a fit of anger, Cardadock flung it into the sky.

Forever more, we have the sun.

By Niall O'Donovan
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