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ParadiseThey say that on the other side of the mountains is Paradise.
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They say that only someone of pure intention and unshakeable determination can make the trip. They must find the true path up the mountains - not the myriads of sheep trails, run-offs and false starts, but the one that climbs and winds up the steep sides and reaches the peaks that cannot be seen from the valley.
They say that if one makes it to the top of the mountain, the mouth of the sea is just visible, on the other side of the densest forest known to man. There are many routes down the mountain, but some get lost in the canyons, some lead to ravines or sheer rock faces, some double-back on themselves, and others wind endlessly over the other mountains. They say it is impossible to know which paths do make it to the entrance to this forest, since no one has ever returned to say.
They say that the creatures that dwell in that forest are like none seen elsewhere: beasts of tremendous size, birds that sing like the wind or c