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Cronos and Zethus and The Army Of Orks

A myth submitted to the site by JDMcC

Magoras, Dolikus, Mocosh

There once was a man called Zenicetes king of Mocosh, and a women called Morgana. Although Zenicetes was man, Morgana was half women half spirit. They both fell deeply in love with each other. When they got married, they both had two sons. The first son was called Zethus. He was a very brave, mischievous and caring young man. However, the second son was a spirit. He was vile and cruel, vicious and ferocious. He was also a skyscraper standing high in the sky. His name... was Cronos.

Cronos did very good for himself, he built an enormous castle on an island in front of a great mountain. Her name was Mable. Cronos married this mountain, and built a face in the mountain, built inside her, and built a dock so he could sail to her. He also created the very first orks. The orks are his workers/soldiers and did what he said. However, Cronos, as a spirit, chose the path of evil, sending armies of orks to ashore.

Zethus ended up as a warier! Every ten years, thirty men were sent as a sacrifice. But, then one day Zethus, being king, decided to send an army to kill Cronos. So, an army was sent to the island and arrived safely. Until catapults started firing them! Thankfully, they made it with the battering ram and started to bash down the stone door. As soon as they did this, an army of one hundred thousand orks charged at them! However, Zethus found a way to get past them all, and made his way towards Cronos's throne room.

When he got there, he met face to face with Cronos. A magnificent battle took place! Eventually, Zethus was victorious, and Cronos fled, no-one knows where, but some say he's still out there, taking more and more people as food for his mountain wife.

By JDMcC
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