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... They help keep the immortals and mortals separated to prevent huge traumas. The agency is located on the east side of Millford among the tall, dewy hills. This Agency is visible to mortals, who see it as a run-down factory, but they usually don’t venture that far from the city’s main area. Though, no regular mortals was have the smallest clue of all the work done inside it. Heros live in this tall, grey building looking over hillsides ...
... south on the west end of Albigel, making half of the town’s perimeter practically water. Southeast of the town is the Desert of Dystarium, a hot and barren land filled with just sand, dunes, and cacti.
Slightly northeast of Testolanian River’s inlet, about 50 kilometres east of Albigel, is where the first battle takes place - in the Arraden Ocean. This is where the battle between the overworld humans and the creatures ...
... thought. The 2 most dangerous and deadly places were, The Petrified Cave and the Roaring River. Jack lived in a castle and he has no father or mother and he was protected by guards and knights. He thought he was far away from any kind of danger. The villain lived near a volcano. A very active volcano. That's only the basics, let me get into more detail.
As I said before the hero lives in a castle. A castle that is much protected. It was lovely and filled ...
... He doesn't
wear robes of gold or flashy clothes, but he wears simple folklore clothes such
as a plain, too small robe followed by a tattered pair of socks and a pair of
muddied pants. He lives in a blacksmith's shop and if you listen closely, you
can hear the dull thud of anvil and hammer on a pair of still sizzling in water
The hero need ...
... Good news is that it should put us in Malta only a Couple of hours later than originally planned.
Also happy to report that it was a smooth trip down the Queen Elizabeth and check in and parking and shuttle in Toronto were all a breeze. Pearson is more quiet and better than we could have imagined! Personal ipads with free wifi in the departure lounge made the wait much easier!