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"The Children of Metamorphosis"

Created by Dominic Ferrari

A new statue is being dedicated to honor our fearless leader and the nation of République.

This statue has been created to commemorate the building of a great nation, Metamorphosis.

Children are our future and we stand to innovate their legacy. That legacy is represented by showing the future of Metamorphosis by teaching its children core values and what being part of a République truly embodies.

Only what is true can, in the final word, rule. One word devoid of illusion is more powerful than libraries of beautiful lies. I know that word. Many of you know it as well. Those dear readers who do not yet know will soon learn.


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By Kenichiro Treglazov

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