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Metal Soul

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Melthan was from a race that was void of a soul. They were born of living metal and just as emotionally cold. Melthan did have a soul and used it to aid the lesser species of his world. One such lifeform was called a “Kwip”. Meeyon was rescued a few days after his birth. He was small and weak and abandoned by the rest of the nomadic pack. The Elders disapproaved Melthan’s continual violation of "getting involved with others" and banished him from Telyn-Kon. Melthan and Meeyon wandered the vastness of space until they saw a spacecraft, entered its cargo bay and hid away until it reached its home world, Earth. Melthan found himself in Wyoming and morphed his body to look like a human. He began to discretely help those that were in need, with some resistance, however. After nearly 10 years and many rejections, Melthan gave up and retreated to an old abandoned trailer in the mountains, living in solitude until Melthan came across an injured man named Tanner... More > Channing. From that point on, his life changed.< Less
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Product Details

Publisher
Don Edmundson
Published
September 30, 2011
Language
English
Pages
42
File Format
PDF
File Size
332.62 KB

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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