Five Card Story: THE MAN WHO WOULD BE KING

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a Five Card Flickr story by whawrh created Apr 11 2012, 01:15:25 pm. Create a new one!


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once upon a time in a far off reality their was a group of people that lived amongst the ruins of a industrial houseing that was being taken over gradually by the woods that encompased it. The group of people were comprised moastly of warriors that were ment to serve the people of the village but lately they did not. the warriors were following orders from a head that appeared one night on one of the many giant walls of the industrial structures. the head proclaimed many, many thought prevoking things. It said that warriors were introuble and would live a terrible after life of pain and suffering. however the head also proclaimed that it could save the warriors and it would sve the warriors, but only after the warroirs worshipped it as a god. the warroirs did so by bring food, clothing, gold, and sometimes even women to a chamber that sat under the wall with the head. everyday when the warriors returned to the chamber to give the head what it wanted the things that they paced in the chamber the day before would be gone. all the warriors thought it strange but none dared question it in fear of not being saved. one day though a poor boy amongst the people had his dog taken, slaughtered by the warriors and brought to the chamber as tribute to the head. The boy was angered by this unresonable act that the head demanded and decided to follow the warriors to the chamber. once they got their, the boy hid in the shadowy corner of the chamber and waited. After an hour or two of waiting an old man entered the room and ate the dog. the boy in terror fled the town into the woods.

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