Act V.


The House of Turk



Benjamin’s project however, came undone the Turks were so persuasive, efficient, and intelligent that they halted the normal functioning of human societies. There was no war, no poverty, no depression. No need to work at all. Everyone was happy with what he or she had. Benjamin’s vision was so advanced that stopped the societies to progress further. The monster had to be captured. Benjamin, and his friend Matteo, began to design a city exclusively for the Turks, in order to separate them from human societies: the port.






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