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The Rescued Princess

A myth submitted to the site by Anda Ivan

Naxsos, Greece

Many, many years ago there was a handsome man named Kyoness. He was strong and nobody would fear to fight him. That is why Athena & Aphrodite choose him to fight the hideous creature. The disastrous creature was called Lioteck because he had the face of a lion. He was gigantic.

The following second Kyoness put his armour on and off he went to find Lioteck. He swam 4 rivers and walked past Europe just to get at the half of the journey. After he ran, walked and finally got at the castle. There he searched for Lioteck.

Just when the violent, hungry Lioteck was ready to eat the beautiful princess and make sushi out of her, the powerful Kyoness jumped on him and cut him into 100000 pieces of meat.
As reward for his fantastic strategy Kyoness took the princess to be his wife but he doesn’t get to the wedding. Anyway he was always known as the fantastic super-hero Kyoness.
What do you think will happen next?

By Anda Ivan
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Name: Prsicilla Macdonald 29th April 2013
i liked your story because you had loads of verbs,adberbs and adjectives thats what made your story intresting and i love stories with princess in it so well done keep it up! :) xxxxx
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