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Elfera and the Parorc

A myth submitted to the site by Kacy

Elf land, Liverpool

Long ago in elf land there lived a girl called Elfera she was young beautiful she wore black and green. The land was peaceful until the parorc moved in, the parorc is a mix with a parrot and Orc. Parorc ruined the village and run riot amongst the civilians the people were scared, so scared they moved away.

Young Elfera one day looked out of her window at the top of her castle looking down on to her burnt down and savaged village and was shocked, she decided to throw her cape and jump upon her mighty steed Frankl. He was fastest horse in all of the kingdoms he had won 12 Derbys including the Kentucky derby and also had a milk round in the village.

When elfera arrived at the village she noticed the destruction was caused by no other than parorc , so she began her hunt for parorc. She began by going down the river on Frankl on her search and came across 3 wise men bearing gold, frankensense and mere. Elfera questioned the men "where is the parorc" she asked the men with anger. They pointed north and said "that way Elfera , but be carefull he is in a bad mood " .
"I don't care he's getting batterd" said elfera and continued to travel north down the river. 10 minutes later elfera arrived at a field with a shed in the middle hearing loud trumpets and trombones and that could mean only one thing, parorc was hiding in the shed. She shouted, "parorc, I know your in there"
He shouted "an what I'm not coming out" so she welded her bow and arrow and set one ablaze and aimed it at parorcs house, his house burnt down all elfera could hear was the screams and yelps of parorc, she knew her job was done.

With a smile on her face she jumps back on her horse and returns to her castle and fed Frankl carrots and hey.

By Kacy
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