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Hercules and Hydra

A myth submitted to the site by Sydney

Long ago in the land of Atlanta there was a monster named Hydra she had nine snake heads. There was also a hero it was Hercules he wanted to defete the monster

.One day Hercules went to her cave and he was a brave person and he was ready to fight. Hydra heard some one coming so she hid. Hercules came in she saw him she was fearus . Then she struck atake mode she came out with all her heads hissing. Hercules cut one of her heads off and two more grew in.

Hercules was frightined but he built up the curage to come so he faut with his life. He left and the next day he will fight once more but then Hydra got her sister Madussa to help fight Hercules the next day. Hercules was looking ford to fighting only Hydra but it was like getting a viset from the tooth fairy seing two of them.

He was brave but scared so he left the cave when they wern't looking to get more men. He went off and got more men and defeted Mudussa and Hydra.

By Sydney
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Name: Regan 25th January 2018
meh it was Ok the spelling was wrong and maybe you could have added some more to it
Name: Keanu 6th June 2017
Meh, it's 👌 ok
Name: David Sancorto 23rd November 2015
good story
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