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The Minsteous

A myth submitted to the site by George Bourgaize

Guernsey, Guernsey

A long time ago there was hero named Georgeus. He had a mum called princess Lisia and a dad called Paulacles. He has a super power that makes lightning shoot out of his arm. He had a magical item which was a fire sword.

The monster, Minsteous had a head of a dog and a body of Kangaroo. He had a generous fish tail which he used to knock people off their feet. His powers were his fire sword which was instead of an arm and it could cut through anything. He lived in a dark area in a bush waiting for his next victim.

The monster does not like the children as they are small and very loud. The hero had to kill the monster because the monster will burn down the castle.
Georgieuos got to his decantation on the back of an eagle. To help him find his way out he also used sand and trailed it behind him.

Georgious and Minsteous chased each other and Georgious backed Minsteous into a corner and he stuck a knife through his hart. Then he crawled on his hands a knee’s feeling for the sand to find his way back.

Georgous got back to his kingdom and the monster creeped round the courner ...

By George Bourgaize
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