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Commanders Log Entry 0001 November 21 1456 NW The whole of the new world belongs to the vampires in the year of 1456 NW New World In 5008 PE Past Earth all was destroyed by the ruling tyrants of that current time These tyrants pushed the Earth to her limits and beyond They filled the sky with smog and blocked the sun This should have been a stop to these unclean animals but it was not They continued to push the land more and more They built artificial suns that gave heat and provided nutrients to the nasty sinful food they grew This was considered to be the greatest invention that was created However this artificial sun that was to bring the end to all of the problems of humans was the key that opened the door to our revolution We vampires were created to be slaves of medical science We were to be used to drain blood from people as leaches did For many years vampires tolerated this degrading job but as more and more were slaughtered as they grew old more and more took a stand Since humans were very stupid those who were not professionals decided to create morefor fun The vampires grew strong and began to multiply We quickly out numbered the human race for we never die We got even with all those who hurt us or killed our family but some humans were kept for science or for labor Now Im afraid they are gaining control on the newly inhabited planets of Jupiter and Venus Not to worry though vampires are still in control on the planets Mercury Mars Neptune Saturn Uranus Pluto and the now pure Earth We will never die Alex Young Commander Vampire Entry 0002 November 23 1456 NW The humans have gained control on the plants of Mercury and Mars Jupiter and Venus have been destroyed and the plans for the
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