As you wish. The first one to obtain the pearl at the bottom of the cliff is victorious
I CHALLENGE YOU!
In a small village near a cliff, a man named Accipitridae lives there as the village leader. Everyone in the village admires Accipitridae for his great leadership and many skills. But he is most famous for his great eyesight. He can see things up to 8 miles away, helping him notice any incoming threats from outside the village and watching over his people.
PLEASE HELP ME!
One day, The king of gods, Zeus, came down from the heavens to visit the people of the village. The people of the village were shocked to be receiving a visit from Zeus himself. All the people crowded around him and overwhelmed him with questions. Accipitridae was jealous that Zeus was gaining more attention then him and soon let his emotions take over.
Accipitridae without thinking went up to Zeus and challenged him. Zeus was furious that he was being challenged by a mortal human, but decided to calm himself play along. He said that the first one to find the pearl at the bottom of the nearby cliff would be victorious. But only Zeus new that he himself was lying, as he was playing a trick on Accipitridae,
Accipitridae knew he could easily spot the pearl once he got to the bottom of the cliff because of his great eyesight. Determined to win, He let his emotions take over and raced to the edge off the cliff without thinking and dived off. That's when he came to his senses and realized that he wouldn't survive the fall down. He cried for help as he neared his doom.
Zeus heard his cries for help and decided to let him live on, but with a consequence. Before Accipitridae hit the bottom of the valley, he was transformed into the first ever Bald Eagle. He flapped his wings and flew up and out of the valley. He soared across the sky, catching the attention of all the people of the village. Accipitridae decided that he would live on as the watcher of his village from the sky.
All Bald Eagles were descendant from Accipitridae, and soon they were able to make their way to the Americas. They found their native land in North America and stayed there since then, along with later on becoming the national animal of the U.S.A.