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A hoof smashed through an old rotten log in the roughage of the forest floor. The large black horse was galloping at a tremendous rate

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Mon A hoof smashed through an old rotten log in the roughage of the forest floor. The large black horse was galloping at a tremendous rate almost in a hurry to reach its final destination. The rider and horse were draped in all black and even though the rider was quite timid in physical appearance he had almost a great power in his aura. Even though the rider was travelling at such a great speed it was what seemed like hours before he reached his final destination. ...read more.

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In the centre was a large willow with no leaves and a blackened bark. "So here it is, the oracle, the tree of mon". "AKIRA, AKIRA. Wake up lazy" nana was at the door of the room looking across at Akira as he slowly but eventually came round and woke up. "By the way Akira, the oracle seeks conference with you". He jolted looking both anxious and compelled "but why nana" but she only repeated "He seeks conference with you" and hastily left the room. ...read more.

Conclusion

The world has aged and so have I, it will not be long before my life energy ceases to exist and my life force will return to the ground" the Oracle seemed very tired "do you know why I seek council with you Akira "No o great one" "Then I will not bore you anymore with the woes of my existence. Akira, you are special, you know the story of the Mon and the three life forces, which bring balance to the universe. Well you possess one of these powers. Only three people in the world possess these powers, Princess Canada of Advocate, Tetsuo ...read more.

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