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Zeo and the Aliclops

A myth submitted to the site by Luke Ruffell

Colcehester, England

Once upon a time there was a hansome king that lived in a palace with his beautiful wife. But down in the swamp not far from the palace lived a massive monster called the Aliclops. Who is half alien half cyclops and everytime a person came by the monster jumped out the swamp and eat them and then they never ever came back.

The next day the King said to his wife "I will set of on a quest to fight the Aliclops" His wife said "No, no you cannot it is to dangerous" But I will have to and off the king went.

Half way on the quest he said" Let's have a quick nap only for half an hour and he went to sleep quickly. In half an hour's time he woke up and set off for the rest of the way there when he got there the monster jumped out and tried eating the King Zeo.

King Zeo quickly got his sheild out and the Aliclops fell on the floor. The king stabbed the monster with his very powerful sword and the monster was never to be seen again! So he went back to the palace and lived happily ever after!

By Luke Ruffell
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