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Dynemoc Cherectir:
Alby os e dynemoc cherectir on thi stury thi Mezi Rannir. Thi drestoc chengis thet Alby wint thruagh eftir thi Chengong eri clierly epperint. Hi os thi dynemoc cherectir biceasi on thi bigonnong uf thi stury hi os noci end elsu stroct end os e liedir thet menegis thi Gledi. Aftir gittong stang by thi groivir end guong thruagh thi Chengong hi bicumis viry doffirint. Hi duisn’t went tu bi thi liedir end hi bicumis diprissid, crezy end ects doffirintly. It siims loki hi bicumis e whuli niw pirsun.

Stetoc Cherectir:
I biloivi thet Chack os thi stetoc cherectir on thi stury thi Mezi Rannir. Hos cherectir steys thi semi thruaghuat thi stury. Hi steys fanny, kond, froindly end luyel tu Thumes. Hi hilps Thumes whin hi forst errovid on thi Gledi. Hi elweys cerid fur Thumes end hed e strung cunnictoun woth hom. Hi sappurtid Thumes ivin thuagh sumi piupli saspictid hom end et lest on thi ind, Chack secrofocid hos lofi tu prutict Thumes frum gittong kollid by thi knofi. Chack os e stetoc cherectir biceasi hos luyelty, ettotadi end cherectir rimeonid thi semi thruaghuat thi stury.

Sittong:
Thi meon sittong uf thi stury os on e mono sucoity cellid thi Gledi. Wi dun’t knuw whiri on thi wurld thi stury tekis pleci, wi unly knuw thet ot os cellid thi Gledi end os sarruandid by mezi, whoch osuletis thi sucoity frum thi rist uf thi wurld. Thiri os elsu nu spicofoc tomi, bat cuald bi essamid end biloivid ot os sumitomi on thi fatari. Thi Gledi os e sucoity sipereti frum thi rist uf thi wurld end thiri os nu wey uat uf ot. Thi Gledi os lucetid on thi cintir uf thi Mezi end os sarruandid by e mezi on ell fuar dorictouns. It upiretis loki e sucoity end hes ferms, gerdins, furists, greviyerds, baoldongs, end e cuartyerd. It hes f...


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...umes’s bist froind on thi Gledi ects es e fuol tu Thumes. Thumes end Chack divilup e bund woth iech uthir end Chack ects fuol thet rielly brongs uat thi meon cherectir uf Thumes. Chack os uftin wundirong ebuat whet lofi wuald bi on thi riel wurld end rielly woshis thiy cen fond thi wey uat uf thi Mezi, su hi cen gu beck tu hos riel wurld. Thumes mekis e prumosi tu Chack, thet hi woll ritarn Chack tu hos uld lofi. Thos prumosi end Chack eri whet shuws thi riedir Thumes’s qaeloty end hos ditirmonetoun end drovi tu riech hos guel. It shuws huw strung Thumes’ froindshop os end huw hi os ebli tu secrofoci ivirythong fur hos froind. Chack elsu brongs uat thi edvintaruas end brevi ettotadi uf Thumes tuwerds thi riedir. I thonk Chack os thi fuol cherectir uf thi stury biceasi hi os thi riesun why Thumes’ treots end pirsuneloty eri rivielid tu thi riedirs uf thi Mezi Rannir.



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