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Notarius and the Reproseron

Mount Olympus, Greece

Notarius and the Reproseron
In ancient times, the hero Notarius was called to Earth to mount Olympus. ”Notarius, I have chosen you to help me imprison a ruthless beast. For a booty beyond all treasures of course.” mightily said Zeus.
”What beast shall I capture your highness” proudly asked Notarius.
”You have to capture Reproseron.” said Zeus frightfully.

Our hero had to climb the highest and toughest peak in the known kingdoms. There he will find a pair of golden wings that will make him glide to Earth. For 3 days he climbed and climbed then climbed some more until he reached the peak. ”Phew! It was a long time but it was worth it,” said Notarius as he put the wings on. He glided towards the Earth smoothly as a leaf.

After a few months of travelling through marshlands and hot deserts he finally came to the jungle of doom where Reproseron lived. “So this is where he lives. Mighty chilly if I do say so myself!” said Notarius. Then he heard a deafening roar. Reproseron was close by. Notarius shredded the vines and leaves in his way and saw Reproseron destroying trees and burrows. Notarius fought all night and all day in the bloody battle. Reproseron fought even after I cut his tail off! Then he captured Reproseron and started back home.

After he gave Reproseron to Zeus he waited his award. His award was a sword with blade of sapphire encrusted with emeralds and a ruby handle. As he ran with his sword and fell over a rock he knew that more ugly and supernatural beasts would be coming. He was just starting his career as a beast hunter!

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