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DC 18th Century: Let Justice be Done ch.4 The rise and fall of heroes....
In a secret and unknown place, a figure was looking into an all seeing basin of water with four others watching as well.
“Well?” one of them asked the one looking into the basin.
“It would seem the farm boy has found his true heritage.” They answered. “And right now, he is explaining to his foster parents what he intends to do for his country and his adopted world.”
“Which is?” another asked.
“The same as you and I did, my friend: use our gifts for the good of the innocent.” They heard them sigh before saying “You are that surprised?”
“Even you couldn’t be entirely sure of where he’d turn. And it would have been a dark day indeed if that boy decided to use his powers for establishing his own monarchy.”
“In this sort of world he was raised in,” another began to say to them “I doubt he would be the first to consider a
DC 18th Century: Let Justice be Done prolouge “The administration of Justice is the finest pillar of Government.”
Setting the stage and introducing the cast...
1745. The Colony of New York. 10 miles Outside the Village of Small.
A simple two wheeled farming cart, being pulled by a slightly withered looking grey horse, was bringing a very saddened couple back to their home and farm after spending the entire day journeying to the town of Metropolis, after their meeting with the town’s doctor.
Both were dressed as the usual “farm bumpkins” some would say, and the moon was bringing what light it could to the area. There was still light from the lantern hanging from the side that helped, as least on the husband’s side as he could not fully see his wife. But he could tell, despite the darkness and the bonnet she wore the was hidden most of the right side of the face, she still had the sorrowed look o
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