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Blade Of Justice

London, UK

Not Long ago, the River Thames was peaceful and was used to help London economically and helped balance the world. That was until about five hundred years ago… BANG! There was a fire in London which also gave southern invaders power from the fire and it was used to exploit the people of London and use them to give them more power. The Gods were upset yet they could not do anything since Dikaios: The God Of Justice got his Blade Of Justice stolen by Kako: an Evil Dictator from France. He had three things going for him though; He had an ability to morph making him hard to distinguish, he also was quite strong and could lift up to 5 elephants, and he was agile making stealing for him a piece of cake.

He had a son, Alastair. He was originally the heir of the throne disregarding the fact that he had a heart. One day, Alastair aged fourteen was in a war conference when he was banished for opposing the ideology of the south. He then went by the river when Dikaios (the God of Justice) started to talk to him. Trying to tell him to stay patient. He explained about how his ancestors dealt with the same but were locked by their temper. Following the next few months they planned an invasion of the south which where Dikaios used his Blade Of Justice to cleanse out the Kako’s twisted intentions. The entire city of London was balanced and went to its original roots

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