In the Royaume de Satoshi, nestled between the mighty peaks of Mt. Merope and Mt. Aphrodite, lies a breathtaking valley that descends towards an inland waterway. The echoes of the region tell a tale of how this majestic valley came to be – a story that has been passed down through the ages.
The legend speaks of a stone giant that emerged from the depths of the mountains, drawn by the ruckus caused by the Arcadians and dwarves. The giant, though not as colossal as a Titan, was still a formidable creature and unlike any other seen before in Arcadia. Its rampage left a trail of destruction, striking terror into the hearts of the Arcadians.
Kempe, the god of civilization, soon learned of the giant’s onslaught and valiantly attempted to defeat it by wrestling with it. But even the mighty Kempe struggled to overcome the giant’s immense strength. Then, a stroke of luck came their way.
Jord, the goddess of the land, noticed Kempe’s plight and quickly summoned her power to open up a massive chasm beneath the giant’s feet. The giant stumbled and fell backward onto the mountain, rendered vulnerable.
Seeing the opportunity, Kempe drew the sword he had used to vanquish Annuler and plunged it into the giant’s heart. The giant did not explode as expected but instead transformed into a lush, fertile valley brimming with life.
The valley became a sanctuary for all manner of wildlife and vegetation, and it was whispered that the goddess Jord herself blessed the land with her power. With time, the valley became a place of immense beauty and significance, drawing visitors from far and wide. This tale serves as a reminder of the boundless power of nature and the forces that shaped Arcadia.
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