One day a very unfortunate angel fell through a hole in a cloud and lost all his feathers. He landed in a place, far far away from home - an abandoned, wooden skyland. He had to get back to his home - heaven. Help Bothorius go home!
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Description: One day a very unfortunate angel fell through a hole in a cloud and lost all his feathers. He landed in a place, far far away from home - an abandoned, wooden skyland. He had to get back to his home - heaven. He had the courage and perseverance but lacked the only thing that could take him back - his precious wings. Help Angel Bothorius collect feathers, and other shiny objects, scattered through the cloudy, splintered wonderland so he can go back to the place he belongs - heaven.
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