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Bertbert was given powers of speech and reason, but he could not grasp that he was different from Quater. He thought he was Quater and instantly made seven of his own crowns and started making his own people in his own image. Because Bertbert was an even worse being-maker than Quater, each generation looked worse and worse. By the last generation, Bertbert's beings were not even alive, they just looked like blobs of meat.
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The lineage of Bertbert:
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Empowered by Quater to create, Bertbert, believing that he himself was Quater, begat another Bertbert.
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This second Bertbert begat Bredbad, a weak attempt at a Bertbert; but with a speech impediment.
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Bredbad was a wise being. The most wise of all, it has been said, although no one knows exactly who said that, but it stuck. He did not write down any of his wisdom, but his son Bridabrack the Literal transcribed Bredbad's lectures...
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The Wisdom of Bredbad, the son of Bertbert, the son of Bertbert:I am not good by nature nor am I naturally happy.But if I fall it is a fault of my own not my mom or pappy.I have been the witness of one thousand fallen.For this I am not fortunate.For me it is torture-nate.I ponder these 'til I am withered and sullen.Power is pleasant if served under glass, or eaten like pheasant causing my voice to rasp.The killer be killed, the dancing man stilled. When bees of plenty sting my heart many.I emaciate... thinner, thinner... thinner.
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Found are the three ways of Bablon:1. FEAR- It eats itself like a snake down a hill and finds nourishment there.The bigger it gets the more it eats until it is everywhere.2. GREED- Unlike fear it shrinks until the snake is something small and despicable.Smelling like a torch when mixed with hair.3. VANITY- Is the snake thinking he has strong legs that can jump the stream. He floats belly-up when caught in this snare.
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I will share with you my comings and goings if you will listen.You will join me on these journeys if you hasten. We will perish if you do not.Bredbad, having no point of reference but himself, begat Bridabrack the Literal.
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Who begat Bickback. Bickback was thin for his age and his peers mocked him for the purple and green skin splotches that covered his body.
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Once a large crowd of descendants of Bertbert had formed, poor Bickback was made to sit in the back.
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