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JUMPABLE 0.2 Defense of the Ancients 2 Long ago, when this world was but a cooling orb, its gravity bound to it a dreadful companion- a sphere of crystal which soon came to be known as the Mad Moon. That simple sphere was filled with a baleful radiance, a stark reminder of warring heavens to all who beheld it. To call the Mad Moon simply that was a mistake, for it was in fact a prison built to hold two opposing intelligences when the universe was still in its infancy, the handiwork of Primordials who had tired of their constant warring and bound them into a singular body supposed to fall through and for infinity as punishment. That it came to rest around our world was nothing but luck. Civilizations rose and fell under its light, with creatures both smart and dull, great and feeble, gazing at it in curiosity and wonder. But that did not matter to the Moon
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