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Benandoner and Finn's Massive Fight

A myth submitted to the site by Misha


There once a giant called Finn. He had a wife called Aki. She was a normal human being but if Finn was describing her he would say she is tiny as a ant. Finn loved fighting but he loved gold more than anything! He would rather have gold than eating,spending time with family etc.

Finn found out that there was another giant that had shiny gold! He was very jealous. He found out that his name was Benandoner. He thought of stealing it off him! He thought that he was the biggest giant in the world but when he got there he was massive! He needed to make a magical path to get there. Finn was about to get the gold but Benandoner saw Finn was tring to get his gold so he came angrily stomping back to Finn's castle but Finn didn't know that Benandoner was following him. Finn sloted in his bed but smash! Benandoner smashed Finn's window. Finn thought this was going to be the end of his life! Finn's wolf came rushing in and crack! The wolf ate Benandoner, it looked like he was enjoying it but no he spatted it out!

The next morning they throw Benandoner into the sea and until it burnt and turned into hard rocks, they were there. It was a very good memory.

By Misha
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