ELA The griffin and the minor canon
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The Griffin Flies into Town
The Griffin and the Minor Canon Talk
The Griffin Admires his Statue
The Griffin left the Dreadful Wilds to come to the town to see what he looks like. When news breaks that he is coming to town, all the townspeople get frightened and run in their houses. Some people even leave the town and don't return.
The Griffin comes Everyday to see his Statue
Since nobody wants to go speak with the Griffin, the Minor Canon agrees to go talk with him. The Minor Canon agrees to meet with the Griffin in the morning to let him see his statue. This really upsets the townspeople.
The Minor Canon goes to the Dreadful Wilds
It is the next morning, and the Griffin has come back to see his statue. He sits in the church and admires himself. This makes the townspeople mad.
The Griffin finds out where the Minor Canon went
Ever since he laid his eyes on his statue, the Griffin comes to the church everyday to see it. All of the townspeople start to worry and blame the Minor Canon for the Griffin being in town.
The townspeople are very upset that the Griffin is in their town, so they tell the Minor Canon to leave. He heads to the Dreadful Wilds and the Griffin does not know that he went there.
A man told the Griffin that the Minor Canon went to the Dreadful Wilds. The Griffin flips out and demands a talk with the townspeople. He tells them they need to respect and honor the Minor Canon and stop being so selfish. The townspeople agree because they are scared of him.
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