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The Wonderful World of Lands

By Jonathon Davies is Dagtar All Rights Reserved ©

Other / Scifi

Introduction

So before we start i need to put you in the right mind set to under stand this world. When i first came here i thought this was just a dream that i was in my childhood play world, that one you make up as you play with your toys. What i didn't know was that i made it come into being. I made little helpers, that had i called "Tweety Bugs" from in my world as a child and one day they came to me as i was working at this big company and took me to this world. They told me the world worked like this, "If every fictional world line was mapped it would look like a School exercise book page with a lot of lines on it. Now this world in the red line and things happen to it being like that. People from the other worlds, good or bad just whoever comes. And they stay here for a time." So they wanted me to fix it, as i had made there world that wanted me to fix it. Now starts my life as a God, wait i don't like being called that how about the high father, God makes me to powerful. So welcome to my story on "The Wonderful world of Lands"...

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