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Ares: Revenge

A myth submitted to the site by Alex

Mt.Olympus , Greece

On Mt. Olympus, Zeus lay motionless on his bed, Ares was wide awake crafting his new sword that was guaranteed to destroy the hardest of armour. Hermes laughed as Ares crafted his sword, Ares stopped and glared at Hermes. Hermes gulped and ran away from Ares.

Aphrodite walked in, she dragged herself onto Ares bed as she chuckled while Ares worked. Ares was beginning to lose his patience.
"Your the worst of Zeus's children" she said. Ares slapped open the door and walked away...

Zeus woke up only to find Mt. Olympus wrecked. Zeus roared in anger. Ares scattered away from Mt.Olympus and finished off his sword. Zeus later one found Ares in a hidden shed. He lifted the roof of the shed and roared once more. Zeus grabbed his thunderbolt and zapped Ares and that Zap made Ares even stronger and tougher.

You can hear a roar on September 28th as Ares walks from the shed far from Olympus in Spain hoping for one day to be able to find Zeus wherever he is now. In Olympus, In Rome or even London...

By Alex
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