The Tale of Filiorum

The Tale of Filiorum

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  • Who are you? Why are you in my forest? I do not like strangers... you must come to my castle for interrogation.
  • Oh no, what did I get myself into?
  • Once upon a time... Filiorum stumbled across an unknown land.
  • I'm sorry. I didn't know I was loud. It's just that when I was home, my town was under attack a lot. I loved singing and children were always drawn to it I guess. I would sing and all the children followed me to a safe place and every thing would be better.
  • She decided to get up and continue walking until she found something or someone. Little did she know, she found herself in the middle of Belatucadness's forest. The British god of war and his dog Barghest do not like outsiders...
  • Filiorum was locked away in the top of the prison's tower. Every day she found herself singing a song by the window of her tower. And every time she sang kids flocked beneath the tower. It was rumored that kids could hear it 1,000 miles away. ..
  • One day Belatucadnos barged into her room and demanded to know what she was doing to the children...
  • One day the village was under attack. So Belatucadnos made her a deal. If she protected the children, she would be free or could stay if she chose. So she sang and led them to an invisible protected house to keep them safe...
  • For the first time ever, all the children were safe, so all the parent thanked Filiorum. On this day it was decided that Filiorum would be the British goddess of the children.
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