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Adapting the Patriots Story into a Fictional Epic

Emperor Belichick and his general Brady ruled over the NFL. However, on the verge of their greatest triumph and conquest, a band of giants defeated their troops. The next year, the famed elite troops that had followed behind General Brady for several years began to die and retire. Soon, only a few ancient warriors were left to inspire the new recruits. The empire was over. Although there was talk of restoring it to its former glory and boundaries, plenty of other countries maliciously whispered about the demise and imminent collapse of the country. Emperor Belichick was emperor in name only.

General Brady was injured in the first battle of the campaign and other generals and warriors fought for him. But they could not defeat the countries surrounding them. Soon new generals in other places began to try replicate the Empire. General Brees and his cunning ruler Cardinal Payton tried very hard to replicate the dynasty. So did another older country, with a very ancient and proud heritage. This land, a frozen tundra, recruited a new army and with the brilliant general Rodgers leading them began to come very close to the Empire.

However,the same band of Giants, now larger and more strong defeated General Rodgers in a shocking battle. General Brees also came up short while fighting another rising kingdom. Meanwhile, the Patriot Empire was rebuilding. Emperor Belichick recruited and trained new warriors, hired mercenaries, and General Brady recovered and began to be even more brilliant in planning. However, the army was not yet ready. It faltered against a brash band of Jets, a loud and obnoxious people who deliberately set out to conquer the Empire’s former lands. Another group of proud warriors, led by a hero named Ray Lewis overwhelmed the Patriot army in the first meeting.

But finally this year, the Patriot empire was strong enough. The pieced-together army was scrappy and never gave up. Even when facing strange foes like the Wizard of Denver, a young man who seemed to channel supernatural powers, they never faltered. When facing the brash Jets, this army confronted them and defeated them convincingly. The Jets fell into disarray and their country tottered on collapse. But the Empire began to reconquer its territory. The army extended the boundaries back to 2007 boundaries, thus reclaimed almost all of the Empire’s old territory. However, the mythical city of Lombardi, a city which the Empire had once possessed had been wrenched away in the year of 2007.

Although the band of giants, General Rodgers, General Brees, and other generals each tried to overtake it, no one general could keep it. This year, waiting in the passes, was the Empire’s first nemesis. The band of giants. It remains to be seen whether the giants will defeat the Empire and keep them from establishing the new era or if the Empire shall regain its former glory and once more demand tribute from every nation in the world.

Do you guys have any other adaptations you'd like to share? :)

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