Athena in the Woods
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Once upon a time in a faraway land, there was a beautiful orphan called Athena. Athena was a young girl with hair as dark as the night, skin as fair as the sky and hypnotizing eyes. One day, she decided to take a long stroll in the woods to collect her thoughts and get rid of her boredom.
As she entered the mysterious woods a bunch of animals surrounded her. And what happened next blew her mind. She couldn't believe her eyes. There were: Dancing dogs, talking trees and screaming snakes. Athena was terrified and absolutely speechless. When it became silent, her heartbeat was loud and clear, just like the beat of a drum.
Athena slowly began to calm down as she realized that the animals were completely harmless, in fact it almost seemed as if they were trying to communicate with her. So she decided to patiently listen and find out how it's possible that these animals can act like humans. They went on to explain how they were trapped in these woods by an evil witch called 'Genesis', Genesis plans to eventually send all the animals to a zoo where they'll be trapped in cages. Athena felt terribly sorry for them, she was devastated, especially since she really enjoyed being around them. Being around was the first time she's been happy since the death of her parents' death.
The cursed animals informed Athena that she was definitely a witch, since only witches can understand animals. After that, Athena made a huge decision, she would let the animals train her to defeat Genesis and give the animals the freedom they deserve. As the days passed by, Athena trained physically, mentally and spiritually until she felt ready and confident.
When Athena finally felt prepared, she met Genesis in the dark alley and fought with all her power. She wouldn't back down, wouldn't rest until this evil, brutal witch was destroyed. At last, Athena defeated Genesis and sent her to hell.
Athena went back to the animals and gave them the good news. They were all ecstatic, they were free once and for all. Everyone felt so grateful towards the victorious Athena and thanked her with all their hearts. Athena and the animals lived happily ever after.
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