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The Chains of Oppression . For my entry, for Survival of the Mociest Round 1, I decided to go back to my own Sci-Fi universe Jericho. . In 2881, an activist was fed up with Fatius's latest "public" executions. He was traumatized when he saw his wife shot down, by four FPA soldiers. (Fatius's Private Army). In a desperate act he purchased materials to build thousands of statues all over the captital. This act didn't work, the day after the last statue was put up, he recieved a mysterious package that blew up his house along with himself. The statues are still around today (today being in the year 2887) so check them out sometime, at your own risk of course. he bases and overal statue aren't to decorative but the activist who built them only had about 10 millions credits, which made about 1,000 statues. Proof that this entry was built with only ten pieces. I don't know if I need a link back to the contest but Tag I'll do it anyway. You know the drill, rate and comment, or ignore.

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