As promised, readers, I have published the findings of the anonymous archaeologist and historian who helped me learn of Frost Lark's history, and so, further down will contain part of the pamphlet she herself wrote. Not all of it, though. The rest will be published on a surprise schedule, so look forward to that. But before that, we have some regular inclusions, so keep reading for the pamphlet.
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It was the year 367 B.C., and the Empire of Ice spanned from modern day Washington to the south eastern corner of Alaska. Just south of it was the Tribe of Earthen Grass's main city. The Empire of Ice was led by Emperor Zhu, who had crossed the Pacific from China. He was a greedy and corrupt man, wanting the land of the Tribe of Earthen Grass solely to be more powerful. The tribe did not wish to give up their land, so they waged war to defend it.
The war began with a surprise ambush from the tribe. After catching them off guard, the tribe took all of Washington from the Empire of Ice. The Emperor was surprised at the sudden vicious brutality they exhibited, and had not expected them to put up a fight.
The war continued for years, on the border of the two lands. This border is where Frost Lark will, unbeknownst to the warring factions, eventually be settled. There is so much to include in the story of war and independence that we will be updating it, directly from the pamphlet into Frost Lark News, every last edition of the month. In other words, stay tuned for the next update, scheduled to release July 30!