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A myth submitted to the site by Reese Jackson


Long ago there was a god called Murceus. His father was called Daceus and his mother was Sophia. He had a strange power it was to be able to forge the finest armour and weaponry. His weapon was an axe that was enchanted and enchanted armour. He did not purposely enchant it he made it out of some weird looking metal that he had mined in the hills.

There was one monster that was a threat to him called Masafes. He was 20 centimetres tall. He made a huge pit and tossed you and throws you in it. He had the body of a tiger, head of a shark and a scorpion tale. He lives in the clouds.

Murceus was going to stop him killing people so the people could live in peace from Masafes and his ways. So he went off to get his armour and axe to kill him. His axe had an emerald the size of a fist in between the two blades on ether side and a spear spic on the top. His armour is made of gold with iron plates the helmet has a bit of emerald on top.

Murceus claimed to the top of the tallest mounting to get to the clouds. When he got there he saw Masafes was tiny. Murceus was pulsed he was so small, he went up to it and then it grow to a to 20 meter tall beast. Murceus was not scared he ran at it but Masafes wacked his axe out of his hands. Murceus took out his sowed and cut its leg of. It was angry it wacked him very far then it pined him on the floor but he grabbed his axe and sliced Masafes head clean of.

When he when back home he got a medal for his bravery and they live in peace.
The End

By Reese Jackson
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