African Tales

Synopsis: African Tales is inspired by African folklore and mythology.
64 min

I don't believe it

Uru traveled to Keffe

after she was banished from her village

why was she banished

she became arrogant when she realized

her people depended on her for survival

the king of Keffe accepted her

And made her the medicine woman

three months after her acceptance,

the kingdom was destroyed by hurricane

there were no survivors

when everyone had forgotten

about the story of Uru

you were born with the same symbol

that Uru had on her forehead

I don't know who you are,

I don't know what you are

and I don't know why you where

born with the mark on your hand

all the answers to your question

lie within the ruins of Keffe

unfortunately Keffe is out of bounds and

those who went to explore never came back

so in the end, there is no solution

is that what you are trying to say



we are here to here to help you

get your answers from the

lost kingdom of Keffe

The moment she steps beyond the

boundaries of the sacred mountain,

We will strike

until then keep your eyes on her


There are several rumors

about the mark of Uru

many believe it has the

power of immortality

right now everyone believes you are dead

the moment the news of

your survival spreads

the manhunt will begin

many will hunt you down

with the intent to kill you

in other to prevent whatever disaster

the symbol will bring upon them,

the rest will hunt you with the intent to capture you and

use the alleged power of the symbol for there selfish goals

do not step beyond the boundaries

of the sacred mountain

no matter what happens,

until you are strong enough

to withstand the manhunt

who are you?

I am here to take you to

the empress of the sea

tell the empress of the

sea to come and see me

you do not understand

I am here to take you to the

empress of the sea dead or alive

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