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Mourning Bells Are Ringing

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Map Size: 300x300 (Medium)
Made with version: 1.2
Mourning Bells Are Ringing

Children go to sleep easy because they believe anything their parents tell them. But parents don’t have that gullibility. Richard lay there in bed, hoping that animal attacks will decrease. He always told his child that there was nothing to worry about. Each time he does, he felt a sharp blade digging through his chest. He prayed that his children would not be harmed in any way. Hoping that God would listen, he closed his eyes.

Three months later, William, his son, was severely injured because a rabid caged dog broke through the bars and attacked random people. Richard was crying and asked if there was any chance of him surviving. William, crying too, prayed to God that He would ensure that no one else in the family will be harmed by wild animals.

William died a few days after. Richard lost all will to live. He was in deep depression and couldn’t get out. He had to end it now, as there was nothing left for him. Richard's wife had died through a mental state after William left. 11 years old, he only had 11 years to live, Richard thought, weeping. He, deciding that he didn’t have anything, bought a rope…. He jumped off the cliff and ended his life.

As he thought he was headed for hell, a welcoming hand helped him up. Richard looked up… and thought he went crazy. He saw his family and friends! Not only the dead, but the living too! He ran like a child full of glee. Then, as he calmed down, a large powerful figure smiled and asked, “So, what have you learned?”
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peter2008 A dramatic story. So many dead. Well written.
Will play your map and watch the castle and hills. Only, rivers do not cut through the land like modern times high ways.
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Argh, nevermind, I love rivers, but I can't make them well. ;)

[Edited on 06/10/09 @ 12:33 AM]

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