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It was a cold day in the desert. Alexandria, a commander in the Greek Army was out in the desert to kill the evil creature, Ramos. Who had stolen a sword from them that was capable of destroying the human race.
Suddenly a huge boom took over the silence of the night and all the soldiers woke up, picking up their swords and looking around. For a few moments there was a definite silence and Alexandria just stood their, looking into the distance.
“Commander”! a voice shouted in the distance. “Prepare to die”! Just then a huge crack of lightning came through the sky. Missing Alexandria by just a few meters but killing his army.! Ramos then appeared to him, holding the sword that he had stolen from the Greeks!
“ Die” Alexandria shouted, running towards Ramos his sword up, ready to take a blow. Ramos on the other hand stood where he was, the sword he was carrying was up and he was smiling thinking to himself, “stupid human, he will never defeat me”. It was then Ramos began to strengthen himself for huge blow, the sword was behind his back, his hands gripped onto the sword ready to pack a hell of a punch. “Die”!!! Ramos screamed. “Feel the wrath of evil”!
Then out of the heavens Vulcan, the God of Swords jumped down from the sky. Suddenly Alexandria stopped running.“Ramos, time is up, you must die in the interests of the Gods. You have no meaning now”. “ No meaning”! Ramos laughed. “I have meaning Vulcan, you are the one who must die”. Then Ramos, using demonic powers froze Vulcan, forever. His sword dropping on to the ground.
Alexandria, seeing the sword on the ground bolted towards it. Ramos, who was thought he could kill Alexandria realized almost immediately that is arrogance had given him a death sentence. "Die you beast!" Alexandria shouted as he threw the sword to Ramos. Ramos using the sword he had stolen, tried to deflect Vulcan's sword. It was no use though because when the sword hit Ramos he went up into space. Trapped in an eternal prison for the rest of his long life. THE END
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