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When the species named ispada ruled this world; they served humans more above their selves.
Generations travel fast to passed; until, a greedy ruler broke the Pace Agreement that the both sides ancestor’s concurred.
The ruler raised the Death Lord from sleep and bestowed darkness upon the earth. It had been killing the livings and raised the dead.
The screaming of fears and bleeding of feelings were everywhere.
A flash of lightning quickly scattered onto the clouds, responded by the deafening thunder was booming and its consecutiveness was serially fading.
It was stopped when one ispada rectified and wiped out the undead, including the Death Lord, as well as the greedy ruler, by the exchanged of?
The Death Agreement for all of their kind.
Their bodies were slowly turning to ashes to dust as it’s ascendingly blown by the flowing wind.
Their ghostly smiling soul started to fade until have gone.
The peace of humanity returned once again; however, the memories living alongside by this species forever engraved on their heart.
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Nanasha: I thought I'd written a comment on this story, but for some reason, I guess it didn't go through. Anyway, so this story is intensely addictive. I liked how the author uses established mythology but then gives it a unique twist. The idea of goblins all coming from the head of the king is an ama...
Pille: I really enjoyed this story.The plot, characters, lore and the universe are very unique and felt amazingly captivating. I was a bit annoyed in the beginning by the very detailed descriptions of very mundane stuff like Timber packing things in her purse etc because I immediately had to wonder whet...
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