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Scorpions and Snakes

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Mojave Desert, America

Scorpions and Snakes
By: Aiden Bajema
Introduction
A long time ago before humans were alive animals roomed the earth. Snakes wanted to rule the earth by getting a hold of the jewel of Thanatos. Whoever controls this jewel controls the world. So the adventure begins with the scorpions Stinger and his companion Danger.

A long time ago in the Mojave desert the snake army was marching towards the temple to where the jewel was being held, meanwhile Stinger and his companion Danger set out on the long journey to capture the jewel the snakes did. Then they heard that their tribe had been attacked, and they were worried.

It took many days and nights but they finally reached the temple where the jewel was being held. Stinger and his companion Danger fought their way through the snake army and headed for the temple. They took the jewel of Thanatos and set forth to the long journey home, while the remainder of the snake army followed them from a distance. Stinger and Danger saw what the snake army had did to there home and they were devastated. Then Stinger caught the rest of the snakes eaves dropping and happily slayed the rest of them.

5 years later…
Stinger and Danger had built new homes and spread their tribe. By that time the human race had just started, so right before Stinger and Danger died they gave humans the jewel. And so I have heard that that night Stinger and Danger died knowing that they had saved the world.

By Aiden Bajema
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