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The Rebels Who Revolt

A corrupt kingdom with a power hungry king and queen towering over their palace on their thrones, they couldn’t believe what they have seen.

The poor came to protest the king’s and queen’s greed, and they didn’t care if getting a better life meant committing an evil deed.

They sang their war song like it was their own dying words, they sang as an unit or rather like a flock of birds.

The subjects grew closer after each murder of an executioner, they grew stronger as they freed every innocent prisoner.

The king and queen were in danger they had to fight for the very first time, they knew their greed led them to their demise and being attacked for freedom was no longer a crime.

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