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Will and the Dragon

A myth submitted to the site by Oscar Duncombe

Butta Mountain, Slovakia

A long time ago King Doug was directing his slaves around his castle. One of these slaves was Will. He was very young, taken away from his family by the king to do a very special job for him. He gathered all the slaves together and told them their job. “This is a very important job. “Whoever kills Maud the dragon will get to become a prince". Will thought about this for a few seconds and then 4 words came out of his mouth. “Can I do it?". The other slaves gasped. The youngest slave is going to try and kill a dragon. “Think about this Will, If the dragon beats you will lose your life" said King Doug. “I will do this end of conversation" said Will.

The next morning Will woke up feeling nervous. He put on his armour and everything he needed. King Doug gave Will his sword. “Remember Will, try your best and have a good time" said King Doug as Will went to meet his match, Maud the dragon.

After 3 days Will finally got to Butta Mountain where the dragon would be. Will climbed into the cave and looked for Maud. Suddenly he heard a roar. “There he is" he said to himself. He started fighting Maud. Maud kept breathing his fire at Will but he blocked it with his shield. Suddenly with all his might Will with his sword cut Maud's head off.

Before Will's sword was in a circle shape. Because Maud's head was a pointy shape that is how swords look like they look now.

By Oscar Duncombe
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