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Well, The dark wrath and spirit of the Kawazin has been defeated, but will it stay submerged forever! Will it ever come creeping back up out of the shadows. All is at peace now even Angela's soul, but that is only for now!
Part 13: Destruction and Reconstruction
Suprisingly the Kawazin had been destroyed finally, but he and the artifact are now tied together in a sense. As the artifact slowly rebuilds itself so will the Kawazin. When the artifact was blown into a million different pieces the most important piece was the genesis piece. When it was destroyed it was also scattered into many pieces, although it would not travel through the sky very far until it would be able to regenerate again. The rest of the other pieces that were scattered into fragments will now travel with the wind and slowly rebuild into a new jewel. However, the Kawazin still also has particles and cells of his body and soul that move with the wind. Within a decade like the artifact he will be fully restored in a new form.
Nine and a half years later on a beach out in New Mexico a group of scientists studied a prehistoric fossil of a dinosaur limb. The limb appeared to be the upper thigh of a large carnivore. The scientists looked at the bone carefully and dusted away at the bone. One of the scientists was short and wore a pair of very thick black framed glasses. He looked at the fossil carefully and scratched at the top of his bold head in question.
“Hand me that bone they took from one of those large reptiles that stormed out of the museum,” he said with both eyes focused on the fossil. His young Mexican assistant walked over and grabbed a raptor thigh bone off the table and handed it to the scientist. Carefully he lined the raptor bone next to the large fossil. He started to scratch his mustache in wondered at what creature this bone once belonged to.
“What do you make of it?” asked another scientist that stood above him.
“I’m not sure, but judging by the structure and the way the knee has been formed I anticipate it belongs to a large carnivore.”
“Like a spinosaurus?”
“I don’t think so. We may know it belongs to a large hunting dinosaur but the spinosuarus has different structured legs and they don’t have this protruding claw,” the scientist explained pointing to a large claw that stuck out the back of the beasts leg. “Very interesting,” the bold scientist said standing up from the bone.
Little did these noble men know, not far from where they stood there was something even more impressive waiting to be discovered. Out bellow a sand dune covered with wavy tall grass and inside a deep, dark, ditch there was something. Something beautiful shined and slightly sparkled in the little light that seeped in. Something was completing itself and it would soon be whole again.