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Atinuke Omolara November 25, 2008 Mosaic Humanities 851, Section 62 Professor B.Preston Lyles
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In a region of the world where chaos and uncertainty prevailed, a grand empire emerged from the depths of the earth. At the moment, you are entering a civil war between two tribes called the Nakniyos and the Alos. This current upheaval is occurring as a result of a failing leadership and division amongst the people. The fallout of the camaraderie of the two nations was inevitable and this account will explain the origins and history of the citizens of Severland . The Alos people are from a lustrous mountain plain filled with enough plants and animals to help them survive. The Alos were very intelligent and lived in a structured environment. They were also interested in research and learning about new life. In this case, they rarely explored the outskirts of their territory. The Nakniyos on the other hand are nomads, settling in different areas then migrating when they felt necessary and were excellent land surveyors. One main thing that the Nakniyos and the Alos had in common was that they had a natural talent for observing nature and recording their findings 1 . One eventful day, the leader of the Nakniyos whose name is Xavier, led his people east and decided to settle in a newfound land, which happened to be Alos territory. Upon seeing the Nakniyos approach their land, the Alos are alarmed and immediately call their leader named Demetrius. At this point, the Alos had little interaction with the outside world so when the Nakniyos were approaching their guards went up and sought to immediately protect their lands. Led by Demetrius, the Alos charged the Nakniyos, blockading them from entering and demanding to see their leader. Xavier came out and approached Demetrius asking to be allowed to pass through but Demetrius refused. Both leaders of the clans begin to get upset and tension 1   Bergon, F. (Ed.). (1989).  The Journals of Lewis and Clark . New York: Penguin Books.
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between the two tribes rise. As Xavier tries to force his way pass Demetrius, the two get locked arm to arm and they begin to wrestle wildly on the ground 2 . The two sides begin cheering loudly for their leader and after the dust settles Demetrius emerges to be the winner of the fight. Pinned to the ground Xavier pleads for his and his people’s life, explaining that they are travelers and seek to meet other people. Demetrius releases Xavier upon hearing his plea and respects Xavier
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