Rimos The God Of Creativity (Part 3)
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I see it up ahead.
Thank you for the help back there.
Rimos was shocked! He looked to see what person had saved his life. It was Yanar, the god justice. He had heard of Rimos' journey and thought that maybe he could use some help.
Do not wait for me, get him. Continue your journey.
After finishing off the last cyclopes', Rimos and Yanar came to a stop. They have to cross a gap that is between them, and the golden Zeus statue. This is where Rimos could shine! Rimos had used his abilities to create a small bridge to cross the gap.
How dare you?! THIS IS FOR YANAR!
After obtaining the statue, Rimos and Yanar had one more mission, bring it back home, safely and alive. This however, was easier said then done.
Job well done Rimos!
While scaling down the mountain, Yanar had been shot with a bow and arrow. The arrow had struck Yanar in the chest. This filled Rimos with rage, he took Yanars sword and chased the bow wielding perpetrator down the mountain.
It would not take long for Rimos to catch him, he swung, he slashed, he threw all he could at this attacker in vengeance of his rescuer. Rimos had defeated him.
Rimos had successfully returned home with the statue, and handed it to Nilra. After receiving this, Nilra gave Rimos the power of creativity for eternity. He had shown great responsibility and showed Nilra that he would make a great god.
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