Sinbad the Sailor Meets Sundjata the Lion King

Sinbad the Sailor Meets Sundjata the Lion King
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  • What's up guys!?
  • Ok men. We are going to squash that bug out at sea when he decides to show up. Do you understand???!!!
  • Do you all see the "Lion King" on the beach? He may have been too scared to show up though.
  • Is that all the fire power he has? We are going to win for sure!
  • He looks nothing like a Lion, but why should I judge? I can't see anything!
  • Sundjata is trying to destroy Sinbad because Sinbad insulted him by calling him lucky for all his military victories and so he tries to attack Sinbad by trying to use a full force attack him without help from his various allies.
  • My army has way more men than your navy. Also, I have cool bows and arrows.
  • So? My navy has more cannons than your army has men.
  • But Sinbad was already there to defeat Sundjata because he received the challenge from Sundjata saying that Sinbad couldn't beat him on a good day and Sinbad never backs down from a challenge.
  • OOps........
  • Both of the men are trying to take down each other but Sinbad has a navy with highly trained sailors while Sundjata has an army of highly trained soldiers. So, they are equally matched and there is a lot of dust rising so no one can see.
  • In the end, the two rivals came around to their senses and decided that to remain enemies would be a foolish decision because people could take advantage of them. So, they decided that they could be allies and take down the forces of evil together as Sundjata the Lion King and Sinbad the Sailor. 
  • In the middle of the battle, the two leaders decide to meet on the beach to discuss who is winning. Sinbad thinks his navy is winning because they have big ships and cannons with spikes that wipe out waves of soldiers at a time. While Sundjata says his army is winning because he has more men and with a lot of bows and arrows that can pick off the sailors.
  • First of all, who is stronger? Me or you?
  • But, the two leaders turn to head back to their battle stations, but then they see the casualties and decide it is a draw.
  •                             Period 7                      By: Cardiff Godley
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