The Monster of Dijabete

The Monster of Dijabete

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||This is a made up story on how Type 1 Diabetes came around and to also describe my views as to what it is. In my mind I see Type 1 almost like a monster or a darkness inside of me something that I may never get out but something you've got to make peace with. In the story the Queens son kills the Monster but what would have happened if he made peace with the monster? Also during the story who was more of a monster the Dijabete or the son? What would have happened if the monster actually got to lay its eggs?|| The backstory: The town was built on the breeding ground of the Dijabete species whom where very territorial. Every year the Dijabete would try and lay its eggs but every year it would get attacked so it quite rightly retaliated. One man in the world trusted this monster and that was the king, prior to being a king he was a prophet one that had foreseen the Dijabete's kindness to spare his son. So the king made peace with the Dejabete however, a few months later the towns people still wanted revenge so went and attacked the Dijabete breaking the peace treaty. The kings brother who believed he deserved the crown more than the king saw the opportunity and killed the king whilst framing the Dejabete. The Dejabete couldn't find a way to say that he was framed so went into hiding till the next year where it would yet again try to lay its eggs. This is the time where the prince and the best army the town have go to fight the Dijabete.||

Storyboard Text

  • The year is 567BC. Every year a town called Dijabete gets attacked by colossal monster who was named after the town it so fond of Attacking. One day the people decided to revolt and sent their best army including The Queens beloved son whom had never had a fight in his life.
  • The monster had a tendency to appear from no where one moment the Army was walking through the hills the next the Dijabete stands before them charging ready to kill. Although He was out numbered the Dijabete proved more powerful and took out the whole army.
  • However the queens son survived the monster seemed scared of him almost as if should they make contact he would die. The queens son pays no attention the monsters fear and strikes it down.
  • This is for my Father
  • Once defeated a strange blue glowing orb leaves the Dijabete's body and flys up and levitates no more than a metre away from the monsters dead body as if mourning. Suddenly it springs into life and enters the queens son.
  • The queens son got back to his people and they spent the next few hours celebrating before the prince went home to see his wife. Being on the battlefield showed him just how much family means and he intended to start his own one.
  • 200 years later and the town still were celebrating the day that the Dijabete was killed. Little did they know that the Dijabete now lives on through them and gets passed down the line. Even now the Dijabete lives on, in the form of type 1 diabetes.
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