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Ulaan's love song

in 1886 a powerful snow strom
crumbled the way for the inhabitants
of the D.C. area.
Drifts upward to
22 feet caused the hold entire area to come to
a stand still. Prior to the snow storm, members of
the workers union who were
digging tunnels far beneath the earth
were camped at fort Suhna, only to be trapped by the huge drifts of snow.
Days before the storm, they had secretly buried, equipment, gold, emeralds, and transmitter radios, in a shaft, covered it with sand and placed a sugar apple tree tree over it, so they'd know where to find it. Ulaan Khav the leader of the
group was spotted telling the men to remove the sugar apple tree, and plant it in the warm tunnels, and replace it with eucalyptus they did and the put two flutes , a banjo, and a cornet their so
that they would know if
they were in the right area. They stayed in the tunnels. heated with barrels, while the snows
took over the earth. when the snows melted they went into the metropolis. There they meet Puerta-ir Vuelve,
who double crossed them, and tied them up to a pole in a warehouse. there they waited until,Haken kreuz from Mopperbeit, who took them to Das Neue Zeitmaschinenlied to meet their leader, Rechte Linken, would opened a portal in space, and sent them to the balsalt feilds of Jupiter. their they meet Meager Silica, the most beautiful woman in the galaxy, Ulaan feel in love with her, and she fell in love with him. They came back thru the portal and reconcered earth under the flag of Iffin, The Magnifcent.

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from the book Heels of Grappla. The making of the Worlds of Talus.

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