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Long ago the God Perpiplaneta lived high upon mount Olympia. As the fates spun their threads over countless ages, Perpiplaneta began to feel an urge to cast aside mortal men and populate the lands with beings of his own creation. And so he came down from the mountain of the gods, and made himself lord of many cities on earth by invading them and killing every man woman and child he laid eyes upon. He was without mercy for anyone or anything; all men and even their herds were slain. Hearing this, the Gods were not pleased with the acts of Perpiplaneta, for though they delighted in making…
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