Creative Writing: The Tyrant

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The Tyrant
I sat there against the great oak tree, that was normally the epicentre of life in our small community,staring off into the distant lands. In the distance wars were being fought. Great uproar has been wrought across all of middle earth. This uproar was the result of goblin conflicts. The goblins have never been seen as a real threat because they tend to be reserved, keeping to their mountains filled with darkness. There has always been no doubt, thought, that the goblins have impure intent with the common people of our land. By common people I refer to the peaceful kingdoms within middle earth. The goblins have been under the rule of the Tyrant. This tyrant is notorious for being one of the most powerful beings in middle earth but
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This is because of the goblin’s fighting tactics. As you all know, the goblins have never been considered a strong bodied people in comparison to the other foes that middle earth has seen. It is because of this fact that they have taken to new fighting tactics. They are carrying out very precise and organized surprised attacks. These surprise attacks leave villages trying to scurry for safety and and strike terror into their hearts. We have found one of their strongholds and plan to attack them at the heart in this realm of middle earth. We must do this for there people grow and the damage they cause is ever increasing. We plan to use their own tactics against them. As you all know, we march there today while they are unprepared to face us. Take up arms and follow us into Mount Grodar. I must warn you, because of this attack they will focus their forces on this area to strengthen their efforts That is why your valor will be rewarded. We will relocate you to Jason’s Stronghold, a stronghold created from the efforts of both the dwarvish and the elvish people. This is known to be the safest place in all of middle earth. Then when they send more forces to this area we will organize armies to combat it here. This will force them to fight on our

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