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Ilari's discovery "It's always shocking when you discover what you didn't know before, wither you're expecting it or not."
Darkness, why?Darkness, it's all there is.
Darkness, it's all there will be.
Why, why is there so much darkness?
When the world started, it started in light,
Why must we make it dark?
We argue, hate and fight.
Is it all necessary?
I've got a question for the world.
I want all to listen, the good, the bad, the Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhist, EVERYONE.
My one question to the world is why?
Why do you fight?
Is it for power? Is it for justice? Is it for religious views?
Why? Why do you insist on this conflict?
Do you not see that the world is becoming dark?
The blood of man is the darkest thing.
Aren't we all the same?
We all share the same sky.
We all share the same lands.
We even share the same blood, as humans.
HARK, for the world is getting darker.
The day when the sun fails to rise comes soon.
On that day, how will you make war.
In the dark, we're all the same.
In the light, we're all the same.
We're humans, and no matter our skin colour, or our beliefs
Misc story 1. The wind blew harshly around me. I could feel ice forming on the end of my nose. I looked down and saw my black fur swaying. I saw my tail wrapped around my left leg. Looking back up, I continued to struggle against the wind, trying to find shelter before the snow and ice hit. It was a mistake trying to go through Aisuuindo at this time I thought to myself, stumbling slightly. Unfortunately, shortly after this thought flickered across my mind, the snow hit. I knew I had but a few moments before the ice winds of which the land was given its name hit. I couldnt see anything; the white void had swallowed me up. Never the less, I trudged on. I shut my eyes, as having them open didnt really aid me. Suddenly I felt hard objects brush against me, though my body was so numb it didnt reg
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