“Bringer of Death”

            The ancient legend of Morte Consumptis, dates back to around 500 B.C. This ancient creature was first spotted in the Artic Ocean above Europe. Since then this massive creature has been spotted just a handful of times. The name Morte Consumptis comes from the Latin language and literally means “bringer of death.” This creature has also been referred to as Morte. As you can imagine, each encounter with this horrific creature has been catastrophic.

            Morte brings death upon anyone that makes direct eye contact with him. He is very large and has been compared large cargo ships. Don’t let this creature’s size deceive you; it travels swiftly at rapid speeds. It is said to be green in color, scaly, with a gash on the right side of his face, left from one brave soldiers attempt at destroying the beast.  No one dared attempt at taking him down after what he did to that soldier. To instill more fear into the people of the land, he ripped the soldier apart limb by limb. This creature is thought to be the last of its kind, but the fact remains that it is still unclear if there is only one left. Morte is thought to live in the deepest parts of the Artic Ocean; however, he is thought to travel throughout all oceans. Many disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle are believed to be the work of Morte, but this still remains unclear. Morte Consumptis is extremely dangerous and should be avoided at all costs.

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