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The Curse

By Valerie Orozco All Rights Reserved ©

Adventure

Legend

Seven elements that made out the world are all connected in a way that their emotions affect everything around them. Even certain events in history occurred due to them losing control on the element. If someone with atrocious intentions get their hands on all seven elements the harmony of the world will be lost and unknown forces will rise.

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