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Dark Justice the Stroy

Author: Squall Leon Hea
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I hope ypu like it

I turned the poem into a story

I hope you like it

Dark Justice the Stroy

This story is about how justice can be served in the darkest way a Ranger would think of and capable of to whom have mistreated him.

Until a Day shall come where he shall lend a hand to that town in a way or another.

One day a young lad that goes by the name of (Derain) wanted to be a Greater warrior and fighter around so he shall take on with his father's legacy and make his mother proud and soon he will face his destiny.

When he Reached his 6th year Derain Started learning the basics of magic and Archery from his Uncle and from his Tutors ( some of the town people) and an Old man at the End of the Road Almost Isolated from the others taught young Derain (some Assassination skills and dagger and sword masteries) Secretly and by the time he was 9 years old he managed to assassin and capture a few Criminal and he became a bounty hunter, where he used the bow and daggers and skills he mastered in swordsmanship for the greater good.

And by the time he reached 17 they had nothing more to teach the young lad not even the old man at the end of the road, so young Derain Decided to go ahead on his own journey towards the new world that has opened ahead of him and see what does it have in stored for the young lad.

Submitted on 2007-05-30 05:56:07     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Ignore the dude below, he's just being irritable.
Hey Leo, haven't seen you around in some time so came to check up on you. This story looks interesting, you might want to write up a full biography for Derain, and also expand on the old man at the end of the road, he seems like a typical misunderstood wizard! ;)

You have some punctuation errors here and there, just put it through MS Word and you'll be fine.

See you, and cheers always
P.S. I'll be watching this story. You need any help contact me
| Posted on 2007-06-16 00:00:00 | by Azuire | [ Reply to This ]
  Read this out loud to yourself so you can see all the typos and perhaps even catch some of the flaws in punctuation.
| Posted on 2007-06-04 00:00:00 | by Ur.Poems.Suck | [ Reply to This ]
  by the way , this is the begining
| Posted on 2007-05-30 00:00:00 | by Squall Leon Hea | [ Reply to This ]

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