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The Mountain People Once upon a time there was a mountain that grew out of a large green forest And in this forest there were lakes rivers streams rocks and trees And in this forest near the base of this giant mountain there was a large open field of the greenest grass you had ever seen And in the middle of this large green field there was and oasis that ran water through at all hours of the day And at the edges of this plain at the base of the mountain there were caves in which lived the inhabitants of this small village They were all very humble and quiet people who all worked to better the commonwealth of their society And every Spring when the blossoms began to blossom the people of this great city would come out of their caves and gather around the oasis and worship the writings of their god who had lived on top of the great mountain Or they had though so for no one had ever seen him His name was Sebastian His writings had led the mountain people to thousands of years of peace and tranquillity until that one day when the traveler came to the village of Zdogku The travelers name was Mikesh The mountain people were so excited to finally meet an outsider that they accepted him into their village and made him a companion And after many years of Mikesh following and studying the culture of the mountain people of Zdogku Mikesh began to enslave them and he stole the writings of Sebastian Then mountain people were shocked but because of the many years of peace and tranquillity they did not know how to fight Mikesh and he soon appointed himself to be the King of Zdogku So after many years of enslavement the mountain people began to be curious as to why their leader Sebastian had not interfered with the wrong
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