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Finn Maccool's Fight

A myth submitted to the site by Assal

Ireland, Ulster, Giants Causeway

A long time ago, in Ireland in the city of Ulster, a giant named Finn Maccool had longed to fight another giant similar to him(or more like he thought that Benanadonnar was similar!)
called Benandonnar, to be able to get the gold that he (Benandonnar) was keeping.

One day Finn dicided to go to Benandonnar and fight him. As he finally reached his destination he felt brave and confident, but as he got closer there was a problem. Finn realized that Benandonnar was much more bigger than he had expected, which meant that sadly Finn couldn't fulfil his destiny and get the gold he wanted!

So Finn had to go back to his home, where his wife was waiting for some exciting news. Finn was too upset he could barely walk! Near to his house Finn found a bell on the floor. It was very unusual, because he had never seen such a thing! He investigated it for a while and the it made a sound (Finn rung it)!

Suddenly a dragon came flying around Finn in circles and then came down to land. The bell seemed to have called the dragon. It wanted to help Finn with his fight. He had been watching Finn from above all this time! Then, in the speed of light the dragon flyed to Benandonnar to have fight!

The dragon came back to Finn and told him that he had now defeated the dragon, so that Finn could get the gold that he deserved and not the horrible, greedy Benandonnar! Finn was very delighted and was indeed very speechless! He didn't know how to possibly thank the dragon! So he ran happily to fetch his gold, and the dragon also happily returned to it's home, to watch Finn Maccool's happiness!


And they all lived happily ever after! THE END

By Assal
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