In a universe similar to your own lives a parallel one. One that mimics the basics of yours almost exactly with some slight differences. For example, this universe is 2 times bigger than your own, and the flora and fauna here are bigger because of our realities air content being thirty-seven percent more oxygen and carbon-rich. Other than these minor differences our worlds are about the same, from landmasses to oceans, and even mountains, but this reality of ours eerily rotates in a counter-clockwise rotation in the reality's shadow you call your own. Here lies the one I call my home. The ancients or the first people of this world had many names for this place Earth 2, earth prime, and even New haven. Unfortunately, because of the creatures that roam this world known as '' The Accursed " they settled on calling this world Sabbath. You're probably wondering who I am, after describing this place and its inhabitants and not myself. Let me introduce myself. I'm Ivy Wilson, a 20-year-old half Korean, half African zoologist of this world with mid-back dreadlocks. I study the creatures known as, "The Accursed" and live in a place known as Central city or similar to what the people in your world would call New York City. This is where I work and live with my father Sky Wilson a man of Korean descent who is a widely known philosopher and researcher that teaches about the beginning origins of the accursed, and the teachings of the ancients that were passed down throughout the ages. My mother Cecilia Wilson, a beautiful gentlewoman of African descent of whom I share many similarities also has mid length hair that's tightly curled. She works as a college professor in a city further south called sea salt similar to what you guys would call Florida. You're probably wondering why my parents are living so far from each other and probably assuming they're divorced. the answer is no, because of both having careers in teaching you can imagine the mental conflicts between whose idea was right and whose idea were wrong, "sigh" so they moved to separate places to teach their findings. it's kinda like a love-hate relationship, but in all honesty, I don't understand it myself but they still seem so happy with each other I tend to just go with it.
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