The Great Chiefs' Lodge, Mesa Top
Ni-T'o stood before those gathered around the central fire pit in the cavernous Great Chiefs' Lodge. The various sub-chieftains, elders, and wise-persons from the many so-called 'Pre-Mounds' tribes that made up the recently formed 'Mesa People' were all there. In addition were their rather surprising descendants by a thousand or so odd years, the 'Mound Builders,' represented by the esteemed Raven Priestess and her captains, allies who . . .
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- The Grantville Gazette Staff