Five Card Story: The Three Empires

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flickr photo credits: (1) bionicteaching (2) Serenae (3) Rachel Smith (4) Serenae (5) krutscjo

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Hundreds of years ago the world was ruled by many different vast empires. Before that there was a kind, but he was assassinated, poisoned by a snake. The 3 biggest empires that ruled all other were split into three areas. The north was ruled by the Iceni people, they were the most brutal and their population and number of warriors were beyond belief. They were just very stupid.They lived in forests and had giant bridges built by their ancestors to connect the tribes.

The middle empire was ruled by the Ectruscans. They were master of the sea and land,but lacked in brute force and numbers. They were the most advanced, both technologically and just smarter then the other empires. The empire only expanded thanks to how smart the Ectruscans were. There cities all have a giant tower in the middle to signal the time and remind the peasants of their work and what they had to do.

The final Empire was the southern Empire. They have an average brute force and intelligence, and their population is at an average well. Their cities are surrounded by walls of unimaginable size and the only way to beat them was to besiege or destroy the gate with fire. The middle empire was constantly attacked by both the top and and bottom, but one day the middle had promised to teach the top, about its technology and make the northern people more intelligent. Together the middle empire would use their machinery and destroy the gates, while the northern army would flood through the doors and crush and defenders. Over time the north became more and more powerful and eventually they destroyed the middle and owned all of Europa.

They thought they had taken over every piece of land in the world, until the armies start marching in from the east.

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