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Serventus and the Gods of the Land

A myth submitted to the site by Jack

Ireland, Africa

A long time ago a beast swarmed the seas, it's name was Serventus the God of all Gods. It was the time of the dinosaurs. The deathly monster turns objects to stone with it's three heads, its body is covered in golden scales. A twist came up, and the 5 gods all got together. One had the power to change opponents minds, another had the powers to cut something without being even close to it, also another could control objects moving them around, and the other had the power to all 4 elements: water, ground, fire, air. the other God was Serventus!

the problem was that all the dinosaurs where fighting killing each other. the Gods decided to get rid of them all. the element God made earthquakes in the ground. the other one changed all there minds, also the other God moved them away from each other. finally Serventus came and turned them to stone, all they needed to do now was to smash the stone and through the leftovers in fire. the God created a fire, and the others collected all the rubble. the Gods each threw the rubble into the fire, and it burned up. that is how the dinosaurs became extinict.

By Jack
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