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Story of the NationsCategory: (general)
Thursday, 25 December 2008
01:01:11 AM (GMT)
There were tons of people on the Iwa square this strange Saturday night. Candles
were  lited all around a platform in the middle of the square surrounded by most of
the real grass in Iwagakure. If you asked the people crowded around the square most
would probably say, "The leader wants a meeting....". Of course, not everyone was at
the square just the goths, and the other late night people, the others were asleep.
Iwa was surrounded by mountainous rocks on 3 sides, the only side open to get out of
the village waas the opening with a large steel gate that was normally closed during
the night. The house were either made of wood and hard stone from the surrounding
rocks. In the mountians there are mainly little symbols on it one of which being the
Iwa headband symbol, which is how  the symbol came to be known.
 
Three teenager Iwa ninjas were making there way through the crowds to get by the
platform so they could here what the leader of Iwagakure wanted to tell the
villagers. The truth is, the leader was going to give the speech a second time in
daylight, for reasons beyond anyone but her. The three teenagers were made up of a
girl, Mei Enzeru,15, and two boys, Tsuyoi Hogosha, Yoi for short,17, and Awai
Kyohaku,19.

Awai had straight long brown hair that went down to her waist with honey colored eyes
that matched well with her hair color. She had a skinny look with a fairly good body
and fair breast size. She had little of no tan, with was a suprize because of the
fact that the sunlight was on her almost 24/7.
Last edited: 25 December 2008


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