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Karen Gaianni, la InvocadoraLargo cabello rosa, ojos verdes color esmeralda que pueden encantar al más intrepido y valiente héroe o campeón alrededor de ella, hermosa silueta, dulce voz como las musas de los océanos, un corazon de oro y espíritu valiente que nunca se rinde ante al adversidad enfrente de ella. Esta es Karen, Karen Gaianni, elfa del pueblo perdido de Solace, la chica que fue exiliada de su propio hogar después de la aparición del GranCuerno en su ciudad natal.
¿Pero por qué fue exiliada de ese lugar? Fue por el don de la elf, un poderoso regalo del destino que la gente teme. Ella tiene el don de invocar extrañas criature de otros mundos paralelos, ella tiene el poder de llamar a poderosas bestias que la protegeran de cualquier peligro o que intenten tomar ventaja de ella. Un poder que ella está aprendiendo a controlar. Ella es una Invocadora, una de las últimas
Julie the Jungle Girl: TreehouseIt took a hearty individual to survive in Greystoke’s jungle. There were members of the Teo who lived in the wild over the years, and Julie Vidic and Karza were, in essence, as honorary members of the tribe, taking part in this tradition. So no, it has nothing to do with them being “superior civilized folk”. That’s a… problematic reason, to say the least.
But the fact that they’ve not only survived, but thrived in this harsh environment is still praise-worthy. Tarzan and Mowgli would be proud.
So-called “rugged” individualists/survivalists might look at them and envy them, but the fact of the matter is, they’re NOT survivalists, especially when it comes to their ideology. The survivalist movement is filled with crazy, paranoid nutjobs convinced that THE END IS NIGH, and many hold libertarian or right-wing views (there are, of course, left-wing survivalists) whose survivalist ideology is based on shaky grounds, at best.
Julie and Kar
Julie the Jungle Girl: IntroductionThe island code-named Greystroke sits in the Equatorial Pacific several hundred miles west of the Hawaiian Islands. It is situation in a 3-island archipelago that is virtually impossible to find on a map. The reason for this is the island's seclusion, out in the middle of the largest ocean in the world, but also because of a strange feature; a barrier that surrounds it and the other islands and keeps it from being spotted by the naked eye and satellite. Because of this, the only human life on that island is the Polynesian Teo, related to the Maori and Native Hawaiians.
The island itself is a tropical rainforest with a few open areas and a rocky hill on the northern shore that looks out over the vast jungle and the Pacific Ocean. The island itself is about three-quarters of the size of the Big Island of Hawaii (which is why its discoverers were amazed that almost no one was ever able to find it).
Only recently did a multinational research team made up of scientists from universities aro