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Disaster

A myth submitted to the site by James

New York , America

One stormy and dark day in the great city of New York.
When everybody was indoors, they could see the big river where the great statue of liberty lies. “ROAR!!” Slowly a 3 headed beast came rising above the water.

Everybody that was watching ran to their phones and called the army straight away. The beast flew up and in a matter of seconds the army came and started flying up chasing the beast. All of a sudden the beast flew down destroying everything in its way all of a sudden it stopped and watched as the helicopters went crashing down.

“ROAR!!” a load of lava came shooting out of all 3 heads a bit landed on a tower and it stated to melt. So he started to do that to all of the towers. Everybody ran out of the towers so the beast started chucking more lava down. All of a sudden some more army turned up. A brave man jumped onto the beasts head and threw a poison into the beast mouth called the guardian poison.

In an instant it started fixing the towers, it even went to the river to get a mouthful of the water and spat it out onto the fire. When everything was fixed the army made the beast its own underground home. When ever something was going wrong in the city he would fix it. He is now called the guardian.

Moral: bad behaviour means peoples will be mean back, but treat others with respect and they will be nice back

By James
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