Crystal Tears: The Legend of the Mayan Prince
The fate of the world is in her hands! How I wish I could see what the Ancients saw, but a mystery it remains, and the answers elude us all. The end of the world so very near, according to the Maya of old, but something tells me this Crystal holds that which is yet to be told. Maya mythistory tells of a Fire Macaw, who on one sunny day, destroyed the evil world we have, and nothing remained to claim. But if this Crystal is that which everyone seeks to find, I hold here in my very own hands, that which could save mankind.
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