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Mascar and Medusa

A myth submitted to the site by Sam

Athens/Crete, Greece

Many years ago,there was a young boy called Mascar who had brown eyes,white skin and a kind heart.
He was asked by the great god Zeus to kill Medusa, who had snake hair and was in Crete. She is so evil that she destroys the land.

On the next day,he asked the Argonauts to set sail to Crete from Athens. Mascar and the Argonauts sailed in a boat made from cedar wood and gold but they also found Athena a goddess and Mascar got a spear and sword from her. Finally, they arrived at Crete and Mascar got out and creeped past the guards of King Minos' palace and went in the city of Crete and found Medusa and faced her for many minutes but the guards saw Mascar and caught him and threw him back on his ship. Mascar was so ashamed "Zeus will be so angry with us"Mascar cried.

When he reached Athens, Zeus was so angry he made it rain for a month. Inside his house, Mascar was alone and blue and he got out his sword and ...

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Name: Sid 20th March 2017
It is really interesting but can you tell us what happened or at least make a part two so we can know what Mascar did
Name: Millie 2nd February 2017
What happened next Sam
Name: Amelia 28th January 2017
It is very good and it is very nice but continue the story.
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