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-From the mountian tops
-From the bottom of the ocean
-Destruction shall come
-The world will go into darkness
-The lives of all will be lost
-Then from the temples
-What look like angels shall fall
-Light will be seen
-Darkness will fade
-But the world shall stay in destrution
-The savers will parish by the light of thier own power
The god and goddess sang this for ten days straight, warning all of what would be fall this world in seventeen years. No one knew quite what it ment, until the stars went out, and everything went into complete darkness. No one knew day from night, dinner from breakfast. Everyone looked around for 'angels' that were to fall from the five temples. What confused people is that the only five temples were of the elven gods and goddess'. In fact, there were only two angles in the land, for most angels had left at the word of this happening. The truth was it was the elves. The sun elf, moon elf, earth elf, fire elf, and the water elf. But they soon died when they began to fight with each other, and ended up killing off each other. All hope was lost, until five more elves were chosen. After 20 years of thier birth, they have dicided to find out what is causing this eternal darkness.

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