The Griffin and the Minor Canon

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  • I am ready to see the statue of myself!
  • Well...
  • The Griffin is always here!
  • The Griffin has always wanted to know what he looks like, but has never been able to see his reflection.  Although, he recalls that there is a statue of himself in the town, so he prepares for the flight there from his home in the Dreadful Wilds.
  • When the Griffin arrives at the town, he finds that no one is brave enough to talk to him but the Minor Canon.  The Griffin asks to see his statue right away, but the Minor Canon thinks it best to wait until the next day when it is light outside again, so the two agree.
  • After seeing the statue of himself, the Griffin finds that he looks magnificent, and goes to look at himself every day.  The people of the town are not happy about this, especially when he then begins to follow the Minor Canon around as he does his day to day tasks.
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  • As the Griffin becomes a town regular, the townspeople become increasingly upset, and they come up with a plan where if the Minor Canon leaves, the Griffin will probably follow him since he likes him so much.  This causes the Minor Canon to be sent away and forced out of the town.
  • With the Minor Canon gone, the Griffin decides that he should take up the jobs that the Minor Canon had.  He becomes the school teacher, and finds that the kids participate much better now.  He also goes in to help the sick, and while none of the townspeople are happy about it, everyone becomes much better because of it.
  • As the equinox approached, the citizens remembered that the Griffin would have to eat.  Two townspeople went to talk to him about how they didn't want him to eat their children, while accidentally talking about how they had sent the Minor Canon away.  Enraged, the Griffin flies off and begins his search for the Minor Canon in the Dreadful Wilds.
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