The Death of Socrates

Lost Legends
Volume 2.

Hello and welcome to looking for lost legends. This is Korrin to report on: crazy

krakens!

First we will be looking at a group of three different types of krakens.

1. the cyclone krakens: these unusual beasts are found in the Indian ocean. Not

only dangerous, but every year they kill over 1000 victims from: storms, ship

attacks and sweeping shores.

2. the typhoon krakens: these mysterious beasts are found in the North Pacific

ocean off the coast of Japan. This type of kraken is very nice if you are an

anticlator. (Details in another story)

3. The hurricane krakens: found in the Atlantic Ocean, mostly in and around the

Caribbean Sea. anti social and mysterious; not much is known about this species

of kraken.

Survival tips: each one of these beasts looks like an octopus but with 15 tentacles,

instead of 8. Grey-black colouring for the males and dark purple-black for the

females. All krakens hate: light, dragons and their natural enemy, sea serpents.


Volume 1.

Hello and welcome to looking for lost legends. This is Korrin to tell you the story of

our newest discovery: The mountain beast!

Thursday September 22, 2022 11:00

I was researching an Elvin war in Hawaii , when I heard a loud roar coming from

the biggest volcano in the area, MT. Tomatoa. I went to investigate, I walked in to

a cave and saw, a broken lava egg. suddenly, I heard a roar louder than the last. I

went down a longer tunnel with a light at the end. when I got to the end of the

tunnel I saw elves attacking a dragon (Hawaiian elves are very territorial). I

cupped my hands over my mouth and blew, imitating the sound of a loon. The

elves fled the cave(elves hate that noise because its the sound of their natural

predator). the dragon looked like a baby lava-dragon. it was rocky and black with

lava between its scales, fiery red eyes stared at me while pitch-black0-fire-tipped

wings were tucked by its sides. it looked at me like it did not know if I were friend

or foe. Than it crawled to a little hole in the wall and it grabbed two things; a lava

gem wHich it dropped at my feet and a dead squirrel which it started to eat. I felt it

was a good moment to leave and with that I left it to eat in peace

And that’s the story of the mountain beast.