Review topic Here. PROLOUGE Given the unusual circumstances in which this story takes place, I will have to remind you that this is all completely true. The names have been changed, for reasons that will become obvious soon enough. Now that that is over, let us begin. In the years since the Matoran had populated the enormous landmass south of Mata-Nui, they had encountered new rahi. They settled the large, expansive landscape, and these settlements, in due time, would become large cities and slightly less large towns. That time had not come yet, when these events took place. In the plains, feral rahi prowled, usually during the night. In the forests, other, more varied monsters dwelled at the fringes of perception. In the deserts, you were more likely to die from thirst or exhaustion than at the claws or fangs of the hardiest creatures in the continent. In the tundra, extreme temperatures and well-camouflaged beasts make living there difficult. Other than that. the Southern Continent was completely safe. This dangerous world is where our story takes place. To be more specific, a nameless village in the rolling hills near the center of the landmass. An non-walled, lightly guarded settlement just outside the forests I mentioned earlier. It is here, where our story begins.
Edited by Lieutenant Obvious, Aug 19 2013 - 10:58 PM.