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Ulster, Ireland

There once lived a giant called Finn Macool, he lived in ulster a place in northern Ireland, his enemies where the Scottish giants. One day, Finn wanted some gold but he couldn't find any, but just then another giant appeared and said '' There is some gold in Scotland, but it is owned by the red man Bennandoner, but first you have to get to Scotland. good luck.'' And with that he disappeared.
''hmm...'' thought Finn ''maybe I should fight this 'Bennandoner' '' and so he did. He built a causeway that led to Scotland and shouted across ''Bennandoner, fight me!'' and to his amazement he was not just a tiny speck in Scotland he was a JUMBO giant! but Finn had to fight him so he did just that.

They fought along the causeway until a dragon came from out of no where and hit Bennandoner on the side. Bennandoner went straight up into the sky but he did not come down but there was no time to think as the dragon was turning around so Finn ran as fast as his legs could carry and took the gold and then made a statue of the dragon, but there was no sight of Bennandoner even when there was nothing in the sky.

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