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Storyboard Text

  • Who are you?  WHAT'S YOUR PURPOSE?!
  • Then what do you have!?
  • I'm from Europe and my name is Christopher Columbus. As for my purpose, I come to trade.
  • This is a spear. Have one.
  • I am at this presence to represent the Irish people and I came because my people are in famine and we need food.
  • roar...woof... ouch...
  • My people are aboriginals! We are part of Kanata identity!
  • Yes, that is true.
  • This is life!!!
  • There are less deaths of our men with this new brilliant invention of the spear! They can now fight without a risk!
  • I'm so grateful that the Chinese helped us build the roads.
  • Well, there is a whole world out there and I'm here to trade my stock for what you people have.
  • Just what is your purpose here?
  • Have you come for our great medicine/medical services?
  •  I have come to represent France and I have come to gain a new life!
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