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Fifty thousand years ago, there was an Egyptian emperor called Karahut. Every night, there would be about 50 dreary princes and princesses that go to the underworld.
Karahut was very furious, he ordered all his men to stay awake all night no matter how tired they were. So that night, all his warriors, archers, and slaves guarded the empire, but at midnight, the soldiers saw someone coming out of the underworld. Then a warrior screamed” Ahh! It is the Soulkeeper! The king of the underworld has come to haunt us down! Quickly we have to tell the emperor Karahut,” but before they could even blink, the Soulkeeper took over everyone’s body and killed them except for one person. He was the general Kakentep. The Soulkeeper made him his minion. Then the Soulkeeper opened the portal to the underworld and disappeared with general Kakentep.
When the Soulkeeper reached his throne he ordered his soldiers to be ready for the night because he knew he had to fight the emperor.
The next morning every villager in the empire and town suffered the emperor’s wrath. He demanded his new soldiers and his new general called Tutenpa to stay awake all night with him. The emperor wore his armor and sword and at sundown, they all stood waiting for the enemy to come.
In a few minutes, the portal to the underworld opened and the Soulkeeper went out with his soldiers and slaves. “So it is you” said Karahut. In a fraction of a second, they slashed their blades at each other and the war began. Injuries and deaths were everywhere.
In an hour, everybody was dead except for the two generals, the emperor, and the king. Tutenpa went closer to Kakentep and punched his head. That cured Kakentep from being the Soulkeeper’s minion, but something happened unexpectedly. A clone of the Soulkeeper appeared, slashed the generals, and disappeared. The only people that were alive were Karahut and the Soulkeeper. The emperor was so furious that he struck the Soulkeeper with his sword and the Soulkeeper died, the underworld exploded and every evil was destroyed. Karahut succeeded and lived happily in a life where no evil existed.
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