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Robin Hood and the Missing Torch

A myth submitted to the site by Anton

Sherwood Forest, London

Robin Hood always used his torch. He shared it with Will Scarlet. He shared it with Little John. He shared it with each of his merry men. Robin loved his torch.

About a few weeks from now, his torch was gone or otherwise missing.
"That's strange." said Robin. "Where is my torch?" Robin and his merry men looked all around Sherwood Forest. They looked around the outside of Sherwood Forest. They even looked near the Sheriff's castle. But they couldn't find it. Then they saw something. The Sheriff had taken Robin's torch last night. "What do you want to do with my torch?" bellowed Robin.
"I want it!" shrieked the Sheriff.

A huge battle occurred with bone arrows, guns, and bodies. Robin and his merry men won the huge battle.
"Na na ne nah nah!" taunted Robin and his merry men. The Sheriff was so cross that he ran away with Robin's torch! "OI!" screamed Robin surprisingly. "GIVE ME BACK MY TORCH!" So the Sheriff came back to Robin and gave him back his torch. "YAY!" Robin and his merry men shouted. So from now on, Robin always used his torch and never left it anywhere, apart from his pocket, again.

By Anton
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Name: Dw 14th October 2013
cool
Name: Kyla401 26th May 2013
you're story was well cool exsept they had no guns
Name: Chaz And Jazz 23rd April 2013
I liked your myth because you had good dicription and adjectives used to make the story exciting and amazing.
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