15 True Facts That Refilled Our Mana

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15 True Facts That Refilled Our Mana

This story is about the most courageous of all the heroes who ever lived. She was a princess and an elf who had a magic staff and could fly. Her name was Namia, and she was very small for her people's height but was still quite tall in comparison to most humans. She had bright golden hair and green eyes and was always smiling, except when there were dragons. Then she was terrified. But when she saw a dragon, her face turned pale.
Namia had two sisters named Jill and Polly, and they all lived together in a little house on a hill with a tree growing out of the middle. It was very cold, but Namia kept their hearth fire going and they never grew too cold because the girls wore thick wool clothes.
For entertainment, Namia would recite this list of fifteen facts that she had memorized, whenever any of them got bored. The list went …



 

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