Khanamus embedded some of his powers into the land to be obtained by a variety

Khanamus embedded some of his powers into the land to

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shapes, sizes, and personalities. Khanamus embedded some of his powers into the land to be obtained by a variety of creatures. Those creatures were labeled as the “chosen ones” in society. Not every chosen creature was aware of their powers from birth, but they were important because each chosen creature was destined to add a different element to the planet. Waterious was a peasant born into a family of 7 and grew up working in the fields. It wasn’t until his adulthood that he realized he had the power to create liquid substances. One day he went to see King Khalil and told him that he believed he was a chosen one. Khalil took him to the roof of the castle and had him blessed by Khan. That night the element of water was introduced to the whole planet. One of King Khalil’s sons, Fareed, realized his power at a young age when he discovered that he could produce hot energy with his hands. He went to King Khalil about it and he took him to do the same ritual as Waterious did. They went to the roof of
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the castle so Fareed could receive Khan’s blessing from the sky. After that, the element of fire was introduced to the world.
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