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Random IntroductionThe multiverse is like a rolodex, or at least, that's the simplest analogy any one person can understand without having their head explode. It has no true beginning or end, contains entries that are old and new, some that need to be updated, some that need to be added, some that need to be combined...and some that, in the most extreme cases, need to be taken out.Looking at entry A121-09LFT, there are many worlds of established sentience. As a rule, every sentient world has a population of humanoids, actual humans being preferred. But the multiverses are equal-opportunity places, humans are not required anywhere; which might be why the inhabitants of many places happen to be a little less accommodating, whether it is from stupidity or necessity brought on by survival, no one can be entirely sure. In this case, Gromhyrria is the world of sentience to be focused upon and it does have human inhabitants.This world is not flat...the great discoverer Elo the Tedious proved this some ten tho