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The Lost Brother

A myth submitted to the site by Claudiu Dinculescu

Atlantis, Greece

Many years ago when Greece was separated in states, the Spartan leader Kratos had a vision from the God of Hog: to find his brother Deimous but he didn't knew where he was. But Kratos could get that information from his mother caught in the temple of Poseidon.

In the next moment he started his journey. He went with a battalion to help him sail to Crete. They were attacked by a huge monster, sea monster. It was destroying everything. He snatched Kratos he took his blades and started killing him with his blades. The monster took him to a volcano with an entrance under water. The volcano was erupting for over 10 years. The people from Atlantis were controlling it with water from the river. He started destroying the machines controlling the volcano. After 15 min the volcano was out ranged Kratos hid in a cave that was going to Atlantis.
In Atlantis was chaos it was sinking the monsters came out. Kratos fought all. On the way people told him he was the ghost of Sparta but he knew he wasn't.

Finally he got to the Temple of Poseidon. There he met his badly injured mother. She told Kratos were his brother was in Domain of Death. Eventually his mother died but after passing through the sunken Atlantis through the temple of god and goddesses through the freezing mountains and terrible monsters….He got to his brother. They were very happy but the true ghost of Sparta hit both.

Kratos was fighting with the blades and his brother Deimous with the Arms of Sparta. They fought long with the monster and it was almost dead. He snatched Deimous and hit him by the rock hard. Deimous died, Kratos was outraged he started killing the monster he cut the monster into million pieces.
Kratos put his brother into his gravel and he returned home through a magic portal. The next challenge would be to find his dad. But where is he ???????????

By Claudiu Dinculescu
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