The Griffin and the Minor Canon

The Griffin and the Minor Canon

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  • The Griffin and the Minor Canon
  • I really would like to see exactly what I look like.
  • Ahh! It's a Griffin! Let's have the Minor Canon speak to it.
  • Could someone please speak with me?
  • By: Whitney Abed, Core 3
  • What a wonderful statue!
  •     In the land known as the Dreadful Wilds an old Griffin lives, only eating twice a year during equinoxes. While overhearing some animals the Griffin learns of the existence of a carving of himself over the church door of a small town. After hearing this he decides to find this statue and makes his way towards the small town.
  • Goodbye Minor Canon!
  •     When the Griffin arrives in the town the townspeople become very frightened and do not wish to speak with him. After much consideration they decide that they should send the Minor Canon to see what the monster wanted.  When the Griffin tells the Minor Canon about the statue, the Minor Canon agrees to let him see it in the morning.
  • I am your new  substitute teacher.
  • Oh No!
  •     When the Griffin saw the stature he couldn't help but admire it. He soon made a habit of visiting it every day and watching as the Minor Canon did his church services. The Griffin followed the Minor Canon wherever he went and the other townspeople soon grew impatient that he hadn't left yet.
  •     Since the Griffin seemed like he wasn't going to leave any time soon, the townspeople decided to come up with a plan. They decided that because the Griffin usually stayed by the Minor Canon, that if he went to the Dreadful Wilds the Griffin would follow.  Although the Minor Canon didn't want to leave, he decided it was best and started the journey.
  •     When the Griffin heard that the Minor Canon had left he was sad, but then decided to do the jobs that the Minor Canon was responsible. He went to teach the naughty children at the school and not one of the misbehaved because of their fear of the Griffin.
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