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From an outsider's view, Hallelujah Range looks like it is at peace with the natives of A'ter, but that is far from the truth. The Dragonriders of Hallelujah Range have many problems with the Native Elves and vise versa. The 'riders believe that the Elves should not be entitled to have dragons that they brought over and that they should just stick to their Hallelujah Dogs despite the fact that they use the 'Dogs themselves. The Elves do not like the way the 'riders use and waste the land and believe that they are entitiled to the dragons as well since the dragon chooses its rider. Many times these groups have clashed, though, none of them have been in battle yet. But its only a matter of time.
Will a war between these groups wage? If so, who will come out on top? Will there be anyone, or anything, to stop this war? Join us, and find out. You could be the determining factor in this ordeal.
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During the day, the temperatures reach about 82 degrees Fahrenheit and usually are accompanied by a pleasent breeze cooled by the ocean if from the east and cooled by the mountains if from the west. The forecast is semi-cloudy with a 30% chance of rain.
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