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A Short Novel - Torn into two - Chapter 4 -Chapter 4 Village of SohaI and Khaj took a moment to drench our eyes for the first time over the city's rugged and strong architectural beauty. The view would have only been a dream to us before we crossed the border.The capital Jarenguard is also known as the 'giant iron plated turtle'. Giant because it is the largest and strongest city in existence, it could be seen on all the edges of Falsian. Iron because all if not, most of it is made from valuable metals mainly refined light grey iron, tall skyscrapers reach the clouds from the lower part of town all the way up, leaving no trace of natural terrain to be found. There were big majestic airships and huge air station docks held by Falsian decorated zeppelins scattered around above the clouds, they were barely visible due to the thick grey smog produced by many large factories down below.The origins of the city down below the upper section of Jarenguard have rusted since Jarzals reign and are now the homes to man
A Short Novel - Torn into two - Chapter 3 -Torn into two Childhood The encounterDawn has just broke and the majestic sun has risen again. I opened my eyes only to reveal my pupils to the blinding golden sun. I turn to the side and push myself up to greet Khaj however he wasn't there. I could only see the rustled blankets overlaying each other. His weapons weren't present either. I was sure he was fine but I couldn't help but worry.I got up and did my stretches as I gazed up to see the warm baby blue sky. Native creatures were roaming this large open grass plane. The luscious emerald green vegetation was wavering around as the winding winds effortlessly brush it side to side.There was a strange scent in the air it was initially a sweet scent and then it began to burn as it travelled further into my nostrils. I quickly equipped my mask and my armour and decided to investigate my surroundings. There was really not that much just vegetation and trees guiding the stretch of land. Unusual native beasts were grazing t