Kratos and Henry by Jacob and Will

Kratos and Henry by Jacob and Will

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  • Exposition
  • Obviously I am the stongest man in the entire universe.
  • Rising Action
  • What a fool!
  • I'm so strong I bet I could beat the strongest god of them all, Kratos in a weight lifting battle.
  • Rising Action
  • What a foolish lad, challenging me to a weight lifting challenge. I shall accept his challenge and give him what he wants, a weight lifting contest.
  • Henry was the strongest man in all of the land.He also had the strongest ego in all the land. Every day he would show up in the town square to show off and flex his muscles.
  • Climax
  • You are strong for a mortal, but not strong enough.
  • Henry wasn't the brightest star in the galaxy. He is seen as a fool to challenge Kratos the god of strength.
  • Falling Action
  • I have defeated you. You should pay the price of challenging a god.
  • Kratos over heard Henry talking about this contest of his. Kratos was furious, how could a mortal challenge the god of strength to a lifting contest?
  • Resolution
  • They held 1000 pound buckets of water in each hand. For seven days and seven nights they held the buckets.However Henry forgot that he was a mortal and he needed food to stay strong and alert.
  • Oh yeah?
  • On the seventh day Henry began to starve and lose his strength, He had to choose between loosing or dying of hunger. He chose to give up and lose. Henry had lost.
  • Kratos was not surprised he won, but he was angry at Henry for challenging a god. Henry's punishment was to be turned into a camel. So he would still be able to hold a lot of water but he could not talk or do any other human-like things.
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