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Amy and the dragon

salvatore, england

Fireball was the most feared monster of them all. A huge dragon who could breath the hottest fire, fly at the speed of light , all while being as quiet as a mouse. the villagers where terrified of fireball because everynight he would fly over the village, then he would swoop down and snatch a horse or cow or sometimes even sheep! once all the animals had been taken fireball started to take the children of the village. he came every night without fail until their was only one child left, 'AMY'. Amy used to hide every night so that fireball could not find her, but soon became very lonely.

Amy one day decided that enough was enough and set out to search for the children who had been taken. she travelled through the cold , dark, scary forest to the foot of the volcano where she came across a cape which made her invisible and a solid gold dagger with a dragon head for a handle.

the dragons layer was at the top of the volcano and after a long tiring climb she had made it to the mouth of the cave.
The dragon was fast asleep and so without hesitation ran past, where she found all of the children, huddled up, scared. she told them to be quiet and to follow her past the dragon and to head down the volcano, Amy was to stay behind tho.

Fireball had awoken from his sleep and blew the brightest, hottest fireball towards Amy. Amy ducked out of the way, put her cape on, ran with great speed towards the dragon, jumped high in the air and hit a rock with the dagger, all of the rocks crumbled around the mouth of the cave which trapped the dragon inside.

Amy followed the children down the volcano, back through the forest to the village, where all the parents where waiting with open arms to welcome the children home.

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