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Source.mVandor was a single continent planet orbiting a red star on the outer rim of our galaxy. This was an insignificant planet, slow to develop and influencing little else in the universe. On Vandor ".There was a hatred so consuming that it rooted into every cell of our body. It was an old hate. It was born before memory, no one knows when or why. It grew with every vengeful act, generation to generation, one on top of another, until it eclipsed all else. This was what existed between the Vandorians and the Tanangg. And were one so able to blot the other from the planet, to destroy ever aspect of the other's existence, it would still not quench the hatred that was felt." They fought in catacomb cities through electro-magnetic tube labyrinths. They used sophisticated assaults to kill their enemies in complicated crossfires. ".the emotion was so strong, so thick, that it was inhaled by the two factions and exhaled as a beautifully deadly dance of attacks and counter-attacks. This mirrored passion between the armies produced a masterful kata of tactics and strategic adaptation. It was the hatred that drove the Tanangg to inflict lasting marks upon the Vandorian soldiery and citizenry. It was the refraction of the same hate that empowered the Vandorian Squibbs to destroy the Tanangg at every opportunity, giving no quarter or pause. Each race was capable of great, good things. Each race was also capable of great revulsions as they danced along opposite sides of the same blade edge. It was the hate that now connected them and gave them purpose. It was the hate that created the choreographed ballet of Tidron attack strategies and executions. This hatred also created Una Lor."
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Book Description Virtualbookworm.com Publishing, 2003. Condition: Good. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP92083214