Part 41 – “The Story of Terlokya – Boesona” – Brought to you by the Save the Whales

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In Part 40, Caslaikove talked about war and the destruction of a whole continent. It is impossible for us to imagine destruction on this scale. There’s more, straight from  or you can continue reading his words below.

11/19/13, Earth Time: 06:00 AM, EST, Tuesday – The Story of Terlokya – Boesona

Greeting and salutations. Caslaikove here. Last week I mentioned our war and had to describe our world geography for you to understand the makeup of our planet. I gave the names and described our ‘live’ continents and ended with Boesona. Our last war, which we refer to as ‘The Great War’, happened centuries ago. We’ll discuss The Great War soon. Terlokya is proof that war kills both living things and sometimes inert material. But we also proved that we can recover, rebuild, and become one people.

The continent of Boesona is the third largest continent, behind Kamchow and Dansleg. It also encompasses our northern polar region including the pole itself. Before the war, our continents had their own civilizations and cultures. You would call them ‘countries’ with distinct boundaries. We didn’t have real boundaries as such. The inhabitants of the lands were diverse and sometimes at odds. Boesona was inhabited by the Vultaires, a peaceful people whose land had the most mineral wealth of the planet by far. The Anntens lived on Dansleg and Sygon and coexisted peacefully with the Parnewsians on Sygon who also were from Meeuusoe. The Mooomuos lived in the eastern parts of Kamchow while the Kinteras lived in western Kamchow. The Mooomuos and the Kinteras were constantly at war. But it was the Mooomuos who started the Great War and nearly drove the Vultaires to extinction.

NEXT WEEK “Savagery

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