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The Perfect Lie (First Draft) The sun had taken sanctuary behind the dark clouds, which now dominated the heavens above the city of El Morado. Dark,

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The Perfect Lie (First Draft) The sun had taken sanctuary behind the dark clouds, which now dominated the heavens above the city of El Morado. Dark, identical stone buildings flanked the River Morado, a concoction of sludge and slime which flowed though the city like horrifically contaminated honey. Perhaps the most significant structure on this part of the river was the City Palace, a colossal building with its towers and turrets shrouded in the silhouette of the soaring clouds, and secrecy. In the forest surrounding the Palace, Commander Twitchell, El Morado City Watch, flung himself to the ground to evade a small tree. Beside him, Corporal Coulomb hurled himself at the Giant uttering a shrill battle cry. "Look Out!" cried Twitchell. Too late. An immense hand knocked the corporal twenty feet away as if he was a fly while Captain Spoonsbury marched up to the scene and saluted. ...read more.

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"By the prickling of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes," cried the Patrician's insane, blind seer, flailing his arms madly, as Twitchell entered the Hall. This earned him a deadly glare from Twitchell and a gentle pat on the back from the Patrician. The Entrance Hall of the El Morado City Palace was arguably the most magnificent room in the Palace: the marble floor was a spotless, dazzling white; the walls, created out of chocolate-brown and black marble, rose to the ceiling, stunningly immaculate, and the furniture was solid mahogany, native to El Morado but still tremendously pricey. In the heart of the Hall, the Patrician stood motionless, wearing a crimson robe. He was a short, pale skinned man, bald with a wrinkled, good-natured face and a pointed, pure white beard. However, he was a wise and cunning ruler, and he had charisma. ...read more.

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"In that case, Commander, you may resume your exercises but on the next occasion get my approval before conducting any activity on Palace property," the Patrician finally said, clearly satisfied that Twitchell must be telling the truth. "Yes sir," replied Twitchell, his voice radiating with respect he did not feel for the man. He saluted and made his way out of the Entrance Hall. Once out of the Hall, Twitchell practically ran towards the Giant. He saw his men raining arrows on the Giant from a safe distance. He couldn't believe that this scum for actually threatening his job. In his fury, he grabbed a pike and plunged it deep into the Giant's back. It wailed in despair as it hit the floor. Death lay on the innocent being, like an untimely summer frost, just another innocent fatality that helped save Commander Twitchell's job. ?? ?? ?? ?? Saad Javid The Perfect Lie 10NB - Ms. Pepper ...read more.

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