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The Curse of the Scorpion King

A myth submitted to the site by Farris Sabagh, Michael Mwita, Yousef Ahmed And Aliff Ezany

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Once upon a time there lived a king. The King’s name was Tuticane. He was the most powerful king in Egypt and he lived in Cairo. One night King Tuticane was sleeping in his bedroom, suddenly, a scorpion crept out of his blanket and bit the king. The venom of the scorpion had a powerful effect on the king. At night, whenever there was a full moon the King was transformed into half-man, half-scorpion. The King killed all of his men and all of his workers and the gods cursed him and the Scorpion King turned to stone. King Tuticane remained like that till now.

1997
Three men, archaeologist professors were trying to solve the mystery of King Tuticane’s history. The three men were called Farris, Michael and Yousef. One day they did not pass the archaeological test so they were fired.

December 11th 1999
They became soldiers. They were ordered to go to Cairo, Egypt to solve the mystery. When they were in Cairo, they went directly to the desert to find King Tuticane’s Palace. When they found the remains of the palace, they broke into building and found the King’s room. The found the key to release the King from his stone curse.

When they unleashed the King, he tried to attack soldiers because they broke into his palace. He chased them away, as Michael, Yousef and Farris ran they tried to shoot at the King but nothing happened. The more they shot at him the angrier he became and the more he attacked them. Yousef managed to break free and get a C4 bomb, set the timer and throw it at the king.

After the King died, the archaeologists got their jobs back.

The End

By Farris Sabagh, Michael Mwita, Yousef Ahmed And Aliff Ezany
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