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Unformatted text preview: Willy Goebel Per. 3 The Real Third Canto DANTE AND VIRGIL ARRIVE IN Cīmahin Town, a lost town in the forest where Virgil claims there is a way out. They go the ruins of Cīmahin which are at the summit of a large rock. They arrive at the ruins, but suddenly, waves begin to form in the lake and tornado of water begins to wreak havoc. A young girl named Henase runs out from the ruins of Cīmahin. Henase saw what was happening and she summoned Lagadi, one of the three Fighting Dragons, a trio of dragons who are constantly fighting each other. Lagadi manages to stop the tornado. Dante and Virgil finally get to enter the ruins and Henase and a man by the name of Vinek tell Dante and Virgil about the old legend of Cīmahin. Many millennia ago, a meteor which threatened to destroy Earth was stopped by Ecusar, the father of the three Fighting Dragons, who intervened to protect Earth. While attempting to protect Earth, Ecusar was badly injured and Mosad, a gentle townsperson, took care of it. As gratitude, Ecusar promised to help make the desolate land of Cīmahin rich and prosperous so it gave Mosad the Jewel of Life. Ecusar let Mosad borrow 16 parts of its body to create a Jewel called the "Jewel of Life" which will be returned to it on a specific date. Ecusar was betrayed by Mosad when it had not returned and it vowed to judge humans when it awakens. Henase reveals that she is a descendant of Mosad. Moments after they explain the legend, the fighting between Lagadi, Likapa, and Raginati, the three Fighting Dragons, becomes fierce and the ruins of Cīmahin are destroyed. Ecusar is then awoken. Virgil rushes Dante to another path he knows of, one which leads through Hell....
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- Spring '09
- Ecusar, Cīmahin