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Thor and the Minotaur

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Asgard, Mauritius

Thor and the Minotaur
Once upon a time Thor the thunder god heard that a Minotaur will attack his world who is Asgard.
Thor was very surprised because the Minotaur was commended…by and ice giant! The next day Thor trained to fight the ice giant as it is the most dangerous monster of all the nine worlds.

The day of the battle Thor called all the gods to battle and the ice giant was less than the gods but the he cloned his army 40 times and he was so happy that he immediately launched his army on Asgard. Thor the thunder god also launched his army and the battle started.

When the battle started Thor immediately throw his hammer on the ice giant and the ice giant had a big whole in his heart but he was not dead because he regenerate his heart with ice.

The Minotaur ran and smashed Thor but he hit the Minotaur and the Minotaur had a electric shock and died. The ice giant tried to smash Thor but he didn’t touch him so Thor charged all his thunder in his hammer and threw it on the ice giant and he was dead.

By Jack
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