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The Water Dragon and Sky Dragon Attack Each Other.

A myth submitted to the site by Gareth

Fhorlaskia and Atlantis, Alaska

A long time ago a brave water dragon lived in a water kingdom, Atlantis. He was very vicious, clever and strong. No one dared to go in his path. The water dragon was very blue and had big bulging eyes .He was controlled by a king called Neptune. King Neptune told the water dragon what to do. The king liked doing this really really really well.

There was another dragon called the sky dragon living on a cloud that never moved. The sky dragon's kingdom was called Fhorlaskia and was controlled by a Queen called Fhorlock. The sky dragon dared to go in the water dragon's path because he was strong,vicious and clever as well. The battle was arranged by King Neptune and Queen Fhorlock for the battle for the 2 dragons.

The battle has took place on land. The water dragon created tsunamis and the sky dragon gave gales of wind. When the battle finished the dragons haven't been defeated but was very weak.

The people of the land was annoyed with the fighting so they captured the 2 dragons and put them both in a different cave which they can't brake out of.

The end.

By Gareth
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Name: Ieuan 6th July 2013
I really liked it but you need to work on you type of words and spelling.
Name: June 5th July 2013
Well done Gareth. A very good story.
Name: Mark 5th July 2013
Very good Gareth. A good myth and legend.
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