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The Battle of the Castles.

A myth submitted to the site by Mr.Smartman

Castle of the Middle Age, Scotland

Once upon a time, there lived a king and queen. They protect their castle to defend themselves. It was a beautiful castle and all the knights gathered around in the castle with their horses (They are the kings Wariiors).

One day in 1863, there was a war against the other king from the other castle. He was a really mean king, his name is King George. The nicer king who lived with his queen is name is King James and the queens name, Queen Sarah. King James ordered his knights to go and defeat the King George's castle and they set of into their horses and go off to defeat King George, who did the same thing to his knights and they went of to defeat King James' castle, too.

The battle begins and they had guns and swords to attack their own enemies. They even try to destroy the castles and both the kings had a big fight about their castles. Then along came the Tank, which is a very diiferent one compared to the one, today. The Tank looks more like a canon bomb than the real Army Tank. There are 2 tanks and each knocks down the castle until one completly destroys King George's castle and King James' army had won the battle.
"This will teach you a lesson!" he said.

Soon they all had a big party and they dance and they feast and they feast in their castle. The castle was finally rebuilt and they lived happily ever after.

By Mr.Smartman
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Name: Prsicilla Macdonald 29th April 2013
i liked it because you had a lot of verbs and adverbs and lots of adjectives but not to many and it makes your story intresting thats why i gave you a five well done :) xxxxx
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