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There was once a king named Gorkin. He lived in peace with his beautiful community and friends. He was a great king and was very well known throughout Mesopotamia. He had a very organized city-state with privileges like scribes, advanced farming, and musicians.
Although he was a very wise king he could not have had such a role without his dear friend Jemba. Jemba was his loyal companion and they were the greatest of friends. He was a skilled artisan known for his colorful paintings found throughout Gorkin's palace. They went on many adventures together battling and defeating mighty gods and monsters.
Recently Jemba had been targeted by a great enemy named Shilet who had been slaying people throughout Mesopotamia. Unfortunately Jemba was savagely murdered during Shilet's ambush. The townspeople were terrified. Everyone, from priests and scribes to merchants, commoners, and slaves feared for their lives.
Feeling like it was his fault, Gorkin was hysterical after his friend's death and prayed for the gods to forgive him. He thought he would never forgive himself and was very depressed.
Gorkin was very worried that more in his land would die and found himself lost on how to protect his land. Then, one night, he had a dream where Jemba came to him and told him to find the Golden sword. The only treasure that would protect his people against the evil Shilet. Gorkin decided he would go on a quest to find the golden sword and would then return to his home with the sword which would protect his village forever.
So he started his quest on finding the golden sword. Gorkin was very knowledgeable with geography. He knew the lay of the land and set out on what he thought was an easy route to the sword. Little did he know the journey would be dangerous and challenging.
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