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Jason And The Obgyron

A myth submitted to the site by Angelica

Rome, Nowhere

Jason a village boy was once sent to the king Odessuess in Rome to have a special dinner meeting. The king ordered Jason to go and hunt down the most terrifing creature in Rome Obgyron. The king gave him a map to find all the weapons he needed.

Soon Jason set off to a cave where three fairies lived. " Give me the golden sword " demanded Jason standing in front of the cave, the three faries wanted somthing in exchange for the sword so Jason gave them three gold coins. Next Jason went to a tall tower in Clampontopia where a goblin lived. This time he did not ask for a weapon but asked for sandals but not any sandals, magical sandals that contained wings to fly. Last of all he went to an old house where a wizard lived, he asked him for a magical poison to kill the beast and he got it.

Finally he went to the Obgyrons cave and got his sword taken and eaten away by the Obgyron. So he used his sandals to fly up and the poison to pour on the beast, soon it melted away. King Odessuess gave him a gift of gold and soon Jason was rich.

By Angelica
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Name: Jamie 26th February 2015
I liked every bit of that story.
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Name: Suzaana 18th July 2014
The fairies and mystical creatures made the stories more interesting and the description.
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