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How to Rob a Dragon

A myth submitted to the site by William


Long ago,there was a boy named Thor. He looked miserable out the castle window. He wondered what it's like outside the castle.
One night the sirin rung like beeeeeewwwwww!beeeeeeewwwwww! The vikings woke up they all ran to the castle meeting-house. The king said ''THAT DRAGON TOOK OUR JEWELLREY AND OUR MONEY!''
The vikings said ''LET US VOTE!'' ''LET US VOTE!'' the vikings shouted.The king said ''I choose...THOR!''
Thor steped forward the king said ''you may get our jewellrey and money and you can go outside the castle forever. Your mission starts now!''

Past the hills past the old tractor past the forest. ''CAVE!'' Thor shouted. He sees a long lake he gets a rope and swings across he just made it! He walks into the cave he see's the dragon guarding the treasure he stop's for a moment he whispers to himself ''I can do this'' I can do this''he whispered to himself.

The dragon opened one eye and closed it then the dragon opened the other eye then and closed it, he opened both eyes and closed them, he opened both again and leaved them both open! Thor said ''uh-oh'' the dragons loud roar was so big the cave shook. He quickly gathered up the treasure and swung out of the cave, he swung over the lake, past the forest, past the old tractor, past the hills - boing he jumped into the entrance bang! he banged into the entrance.
''YAY'' the clan shouted in exitment.

By William
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