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the Mystery Emporium: Chapter 2… By Sahib

‘’UGH, I HATE MY LIFE’’ moaned Jack kicking the stern wall. Eventually Jack started wandering hoping to find his way to glory and freedom! Jack was already creeped and he eventually stumbled upon a skeleton but at the same time he kind of expected something really creepy from a place like this. Later Jack found some food which was good news for him because he was starving and later he notice that some time he’d get bad luck and some times he’d get bad luck. Using his iniative, Jack plotted a plan. His plan was to wonder till he found some good luck and camp out there and keep on getting the good stuff as the good luck would keep on respawning. But after he tried out his plan he never got any good luck or bad luck which was strange. Then it occurred to him this place is magical. He also remembered that his Mum would say no one has ever come out of that horrid nightmare. Now he regretted not listening.

Jack muttered to himself ‘’I wish someone was here’’ As soon as he said that the ground RUMBLED… And something appeared it was holding a golden object but it was alive…! The gold was as bright as he su- ‘’BCACK BCACK’’ Jack got interrupted in his thoughts. But when hi eyes adjusted to the light… he… saw …a… DEMON. His jaw dropped and his eyes popped out. He wasn’t ready to die but he had to. But to his surprise the demon didn’t kill him he said something but in a quite voice and he muttered solve my question and you can have the chicken answer it wrong and you die ignore and I shall release my dragon. Hs question was 1x2x3x4x5x6x7x8x9 Jack was a  mathpetion and he answered the correct answer which is 362,880 Now he had a golden chicken maybe something that he could sell when he got home.

Jack was exited about making 9,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000, (Pounds, dollars etc!) Right now though he had to get out of this place. Sadly he was trapped and there was no way to get out of this place….

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