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It was a great indian tribe with honorable blood generations of chiefs all of them devoted to a righteousness way of life and more important devoted to lead their people in a correct way full of justice and equality It was so that for many decades members of the tribe admired their chiefs very much realizing they were lucky for having such good leaders In addition to these feelings this admiration was fed by the prophecies of many of the tribes wizards that lived ever since the creation of the tribe All the prophecies made by the wizards depicted many generations to come full of joy justice and equality which were signs of a very long lasting era of peace for the tribe But on the other hand all the prophecies agreed in one thing since there is no complete perfection in the world a time would come when all the decades of peace and joy would come to a stop bringing a cold blooded leader full of greed and hate that would bring the tribe close to its end through the violence of his soul This would not be the end thou because some time after his death his own son would be sacrificed and consumed by sadness in order to end the dark era of his fathers ruling He would marry his mother and kill his father without knowing it So it came the day when a different kind of chief began to rule the tribe This leaders name was Wind of Rage and he had a completely different way of thinking he was filled with dreams of conquest and brought long years of war to the tribe staining the sacred land of peace with tons of blood from enemies and every other person who disagreed with him After conquering many tribes the chief got married and after a while a son came to his life He was very happy for it and
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