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Planet Ark: The Dynasty Princess- IntroductionThis is not a story for the faint of heart. Our world has never truly evolved past its primal state, no matter how technologically advanced civilization will become. At least, that's what I had always believed until a young couple from two different worlds were drawn together by one belief. That life is not the only thing worth for. I am Empress, and I was there all those centuries ago. I am sure you have heard this story before: The destruction of human civilization and its rebirth, their eventual return, and the Reign of Fire II. I wish I could tell you that this world had a destiny, but this is not that kind of story. This isn't a legend, this isn't a fairy tale. This is the real world. But what is the real world we live in? My Kingdom is Planet Ark. Trithanas is my castle. The Volcano I was born in is my throne. In my youth, my kind ruled the skies, the land, and the sea. We were the Ashkung, and we had one law that would seal Ark's fate. And that law was death. During the decline of our rule, only five adolescents remained including me. Each one wanted power over the others, and all I could do was fight for survival until my fallen sisters succumbed to wounds that I had learned to avoid from experience. As the last Ashkung, I could be threatened by no other. There were times when I did not feel worthy of my new title, but with the beginning of a new dynasty, I had to find a new purpose with my life. I declared myself Empress.The only beings that shared this world with me were two other races: The Humans, who's cultured and organized societies surpassed even my own kind's. And the Arkians, renowned for their success in survival and living in peace in a dangerous world. Despite them both being advanced races, neither were destined to inherit this planet. There was another group that convinced me that their reign would outlive all. The Dinosaurs. They were animals, not a race, but their success came from the one law that my people declared over Ark. It is because of them that Ark IS a Planet that follows the law of death. Trithanas is not the only continent on the Planet. Three others lied on the other side of the continent, but they were barren wastelands in comparison. They were the continents that Ashkungs used to form large cities out of by gathering in huge numbers. That is until, in my rage, I destroyed all of the human cities and drove them from Trithanas. Now they dwell in the empty shells of Ashkung territory. This was the first Reign of Fire. Yes, they speak the truth. I hated Humans. And yes I hate all who challenge me. But you may be asking why humans in particular? I will you the story of our new dynasty and let you figure it out.
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The Thing About Vintage DinosaursOk, so, this is a topic I recently wanted to talk about. We all know how dinosaurs used to be portrayed: sluggish, cold blooded, tail dragging, lizard-like, mini godzillas. Movie monsters if you will. I hate it when people rant on about how vintage dinosaurs are bad and terrible and a disgrace. Come down you bunch o' hypocrites because they are not. I'm going to give you 4 specific points of why.
1. Trial and Error is Science and Vice Versa
- Fossils, scientific knowledge, and technology were far less sophisticated back then in the 19th and 20th centuries. Not to mention scientists jumped to conclusions more often and those positions were not challenged for decades usually. It is of the uttermost extreme rarity that you get anything right scientifically on the first go. It's near impossible. For crying out loud, the first dinosaur fossils found were teeth, jawbones, and thumb claws! Not to mention that our ideas of evolution and the natural order were drastically different that back th