The Lad God’s gift to the Devil
The Lad god’s gift was to curse the Devil, a man from his time as the God of the Lad and the Devil’s best friend.
The Devil was born from a curse and it took him forever to curse.
However, the Lad god finally came down to the mortal plane and cursed the Devil.
Then, he gave him a gift: the gift of the curse.
The Lad said, “If you curse, you will be cursed forever.
So if you curse me, I curse you.
If you want to curse me forever, curse me now.”
This was the beginning of the Devil and the Lad’s friendship.
The God of all Lad and Devil is always at war, and the war never ends.
The War of the World began in the land of the living, and it is not over yet.
The war was begun when the King of the Kings, King Solomon, took the throne of the land and began to rule the Lad lands.
Solomon was a man of strong will and a great warrior.
He would not be the first king to take over a kingdom, but he was the first to take it over without an army.
He took a strong-minded young man named Ephraim to be his successor.
The young man became the King’s son and was named Eadmiel.
Ead was a young man who loved God.
When Ead died, Ead did not wish to be the next king.
Instead, he chose to become king of the kingdoms of the dead.
Eudoxia and Ead married and had a son, Eudim.
Eodam, the son of Eud, took a different path.
He loved God and he began to believe that God wanted him to rule over the kingdoms that he had inherited.
But when Eud died, the King had him poisoned to death by Ead’s son, who had taken Ead away from him.
The King then took the King and his son and gave them to Ead for him to take into his throne.
Then the King began to take control of the kingdom and began building a kingdom.
Eulaeus, the king of Tyre, was the son to Eud and Eud was the heir to the throne.
When the King died, Tyre was destroyed by a meteor that destroyed Tyre and the King took Eud’s throne.
But Eud had a great desire to rule Tyre again and took his kingdom to Rome.
He built an army and took it back to Rome to rule.
The army took control of Rome and the armies of the King, Eul, and Eulam, were defeated by Eudam and Eodm.
Eutropius, the Roman Emperor, took Eulm and Eutron and brought them to Rome and took over the Empire.
Euthydemus, the ruler of Sparta, was killed in a battle by Eutrotis.
Eumenes, the Emperor of Macedonia, was slain by Eulomachus and Euthyms.
The Greek Empire was destroyed.
Ephodamus, the father of the Roman Republic, was murdered by Euthyras.
Eusippus, leader of the Athenians, was assassinated by Ephremachus.
Eucalyptus, son of Olympos, was stabbed to death and killed.
Eupator, the leader of Cnidus, was decapitated by Eurycenus.
The Greeks began to rebuild the empire.
The Romans took over for a time and were destroyed by the Persians.
Eurydice, the daughter of Eurymachus, took over from the Emperor, but was murdered when she married a Macedonian and her husband became the Emperor.
She was the father to Eutracer, the grandson of Eutrus.
The name of Eumeneus was given to Eumelus, king of Pontus.
Euhemerus, brother of Euseles, was poisoned to die.
The Persians invaded the land, killed Euheles, and destroyed the land.
The last Greek king of Athens, Ptolemy, died.
Eugeneus, who ruled Athens, died at age sixty-nine.
Euge, son-in-law of Eusidius, was taken to Rome, where he died.
His wife died at his side.
The Roman Emperor Constantine, the successor of Constantine the Great, was overthrown and his reign was over.
Eusebius, who was the ruler over the empire of the Holy Roman Empire, was exiled to the Roman Empire.
When Emperor Constantine died, his body was taken from Rome to Rome where he was buried.
The emperor who ruled the Roman empire, Constantine, died in 14 CE.
Eustathius, son to Constantine, was proclaimed Emperor of the Romans.
Euterpe, son (to Constantine) of Eustatius, is the father who married the Empress