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The Cuban Connection: Nixon, Castro, and the Mob

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 2, 2014

    Ivy the Amazing #Mivan#Jenisaac

    You on? +I posted a fun title so you'd know this one is new+

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 6, 2014

    Menardi

    Okay....this is really weird. I imagined that maybe the Shadow Breakers are going to investigate the Anemos ruins...seems like a logical place to search for an Animus, right? I am just going to pretend like it's a shared universe....anyway, the Golden Sun crew is also there....you know about Ivan's crazy long backstory? Well, he and Sheba are going to look there for clues about this group...and maybe an idea of where Sheba is from. There has been a lot of fan speculation that Sheba fell from the Anemos city, which was lifted up and is basically now Weyard's moon...anyway, both groups have yet to meet when- ENTER THE ANIMUS! It is a failed attempt at a ruin guardian, sealed into an ancient book (not unlike in HP book 2) and does not realize the place it was meant to protect is long gone. When it discovers this it will be very angry...with me so far? Post more in a minute, brb.

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