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Unopiller

A myth submitted to the site by William French

city, india

Once in a beautifull, golden palace there lived a very poor royal family. Although they have a very good house they are still very poor. There huge silveer and slaminng door cost £455.

In the palace lived Pince William and Queen Shelly. But no king. The visios and nasty Unopiller killed him. How very sad that was. What a beast the unopiller is.

Just while the queen and prince were sitting down a messanger came in. He gave a letter to Prince William. He would have to have a fight with prince Ethan to see who would be the new king.

Prince William was very sad, because the fight was on the same day as the funral. "What will I do now" sighed Prince William.

He had a good idea. He could move the funral to Sunday. But he he didn't have enofe money. So he could go next door to the rich person. The funral cost £100

The knight who lived there was very rich. " May I have £100 please".
"yes"
Now William could pay to have his dads funral to Sunday.

THe fight is here. And was about to begin. But no prince had a clue they had to have an animal to ride. "I will have a horse" said Pince Ethan
"And I will have the Unopiller" chukeld Prince Ethan.


The fight had begun. THe unopillar charged at Prince Ethan. And noked him away. He was dead. THe reason Prince William used the unopiller is because he killed the king so that means he is very strong.

By William French
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