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Bacales and Claces

A myth submitted to the site by Cameron

Village, Greece

Many years ago there was a hero name Bacales his mum called Andes his dad was called Zeus and he had a sword of Zeus and armour of Zeus his dad gave him the armour.

Claces has a giant head and a body of a dragon and wings of a dragon and legs of a crab and bone for arms and if you looked at his eyes you would turn to stone and he lived in a cave.

Claces was killing people and turning people into stone and when he ate them he ripped off their head and swallowed them whole.

Bacales went to the top of a misty mountain when he went into the mountain he saw a beast it had a giant head and a body of a dragon and wings of a dragon and legs of a crab and bone for arms when he saw the monster he ran and jabbed his sword threw its neck.

Bacales went home and when he went home his wife was killed by Hades.

By Cameron
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Name: Cheryl 18th July 2014
Very invented
Name: Greg Bacales 17th July 2014
are you a relative of mine my grandfather came from semi greece to australia.GREAT STORY I hope you continue writing
Name: Cheryl Brown (Bacales) 17th July 2014
Loved it. Great story
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