Twins: A Creation Myth (part II)

Twins: A Creation Myth (part II)
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  • The new queen's name was Lithia. She would be able to grant the humans order, organization, and harmony.
  • I gave her the order and control trait along with Malsum's strength and courage. She should be perfect for my people!
  • Queen Lithia, again, did not possess all the ablities the people needed in a ruler.
  • When can we live in peace?
  • The soldiers are so weak! Queen Lithia isn't able to show them how to fight!
  • We need a smart and strong ruler if we are going to be able to defend ourselves!
  • We need a smart and strong ruler if we are going to be able to defend ourselves!
  • What did I do wrong?
  • When can we live in peace?
  • The soldiers are so weak! Queen Lithia isn't able to show them how to fight!
  • Nami then realized the problem: the male being couldn't accept the order and control trait and the female being couldn't accept the strength trait. *
  • * Yes, this is extremely sexist. But this is an imaginary Earth back in 13 B.C. This was the way of thinking and the way it was.
  • My people won't like it if their new two rulers did not work in harmony or weren't blood-related.
  • Perfect! I separated the one being during creation and created one female and one male. They'll rule together harmoniously.
  • The twin Queen and King ruled in perfect harmony, both of them providing the people with what the other lacked.
  • Long live our King and Queen! Nami is truly good.
  • The people were happy that they could live at peace and prosper.
  • So our Xander and Xenia are royalty?
  • Maybe. Our family could be descendants of the families, of either the late King or Queen, who came to Xandar. Who knows?
  • The end.
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