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Big Beast

A myth submitted to the site by Ore

Ancient Egypt, Greece

In a far away there was a pretty girl, Alex she never likes going out because she thinks the outside world was dangerous. But everything was about to change once a mythical beast appears out of nowhere and changes the whole world into a magical dark kingdom that doesn't allow humans or any living thing that will step foot in that kingdom ever again.

The huge beast was very big and can eat 3 tons of food with hacking his throat! The evil spirit living inside the beast was a deadly wicked one that never comes out and can haunt people for life and death...leading to death.
"Help! screamed a little girl her leg throbbing and sour as a tomato. Alexandra bolted over and tried to help the little girl but it was too late... the evil beast scratched and slapped and stabbed the little girl until she bled to death.

Suddenly the beast saw Alexandra and stomped towards her, his big bulky feet vibrating in the ground. Alexandra ran as fast as she cold but kept falling over but stood up again and starting sprinting with a broken bleeding ankle. Then she found a dark cave and quickly jumped into it and stopped breathing for a few seconds, rubbing her sore ankle. It went silent.. Alexandra peeped outside and there was nothing there except a bright light shining in the sky.

By Ore
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