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Perpetual darkness: a collection of four gory horror novellas - Land of Darkness - Wikipedia



"Shut up Potter! You're finally getting let out. There is something waiting upstairs that would love to have you round for dinner."

'I couldn't help myself you know, it was so ridiculous I just had to laugh, I laughed all the way to the court room on the roof of the Prison,'

"Only the best for someone as infamous as you Potter, You know you even look like Voldemort, it's a shame he raped your mother like that. Would have loved to have done her myself. Right little slut your mum, would beg for it from everyone at school, hell even the first years got some action. She wasn't in the slightest bit fussy neither, would do Slytherins, Gryphindors, Teachers, Girls, Hell she even gave the centaurs a good time!"

"Shut up Potter! You're finally getting let out. There is something waiting upstairs that would love to have you round for dinner."

'I couldn't help myself you know, it was so ridiculous I just had to laugh, I laughed all the way to the court room on the roof of the Prison,'

"Only the best for someone as infamous as you Potter, You know you even look like Voldemort, it's a shame he raped your mother like that. Would have loved to have done her myself. Right little slut your mum, would beg for it from everyone at school, hell even the first years got some action. She wasn't in the slightest bit fussy neither, would do Slytherins, Gryphindors, Teachers, Girls, Hell she even gave the centaurs a good time!"

The Land of Darkness was a mythical land supposedly enshrouded in perpetual darkness. It was usually said to be in Abkhazia and was officially known as Hanyson or Hamson (or some variation; the name apparently comes from the Hamshen area of Turkey), or simply the Forest of Abkhazia .

The Land of Darkness was also identified with the area around the northern Ural Mountains . [1] When Abu Hamid al-Gharnati visited Volga Bulgaria in 1135-36 he was told that the Land of Darkness was not far from Yugra . In the 1320s Ibn Battuta was in the same area and wanted to visit the Land of Darkness but decided not to because it required a 40-day journey on "small wagons drawn by large dogs."

"Shut up Potter! You're finally getting let out. There is something waiting upstairs that would love to have you round for dinner."

'I couldn't help myself you know, it was so ridiculous I just had to laugh, I laughed all the way to the court room on the roof of the Prison,'

"Only the best for someone as infamous as you Potter, You know you even look like Voldemort, it's a shame he raped your mother like that. Would have loved to have done her myself. Right little slut your mum, would beg for it from everyone at school, hell even the first years got some action. She wasn't in the slightest bit fussy neither, would do Slytherins, Gryphindors, Teachers, Girls, Hell she even gave the centaurs a good time!"

The Land of Darkness was a mythical land supposedly enshrouded in perpetual darkness. It was usually said to be in Abkhazia and was officially known as Hanyson or Hamson (or some variation; the name apparently comes from the Hamshen area of Turkey), or simply the Forest of Abkhazia .

The Land of Darkness was also identified with the area around the northern Ural Mountains . [1] When Abu Hamid al-Gharnati visited Volga Bulgaria in 1135-36 he was told that the Land of Darkness was not far from Yugra . In the 1320s Ibn Battuta was in the same area and wanted to visit the Land of Darkness but decided not to because it required a 40-day journey on "small wagons drawn by large dogs."

all over the rest of the earth in twenty-four hours, the centre, N, is left in continual darkness. But when, in six months afterwards, the sun is on the inner circle, A, the light extends beyond the arctic circle, 1, 2, 3; and as it moves in its course, the centre, N, is continually illuminated. These changes will be better understood by reference to the diagrams, figs. 61 and 62.

path on December 21st, and B, B, B, the same on June 21st; N, the northern centre; S, the sun; and E, the position of Great Britain; the figures, 1, 2, 3, the arctic

circle; and 4, 5, 6, the extent of sun-light at noon of that day. The sun, S, describes the circle A, A, A, on the 21st of December in one day, or twenty-four hours. Hence, in that period, mid-day and midnight, and morning and evening twilight, occur to every part of the earth except within the arctic circle , 1, 2, 3. There it is more or less

"Shut up Potter! You're finally getting let out. There is something waiting upstairs that would love to have you round for dinner."

'I couldn't help myself you know, it was so ridiculous I just had to laugh, I laughed all the way to the court room on the roof of the Prison,'

"Only the best for someone as infamous as you Potter, You know you even look like Voldemort, it's a shame he raped your mother like that. Would have loved to have done her myself. Right little slut your mum, would beg for it from everyone at school, hell even the first years got some action. She wasn't in the slightest bit fussy neither, would do Slytherins, Gryphindors, Teachers, Girls, Hell she even gave the centaurs a good time!"

The Land of Darkness was a mythical land supposedly enshrouded in perpetual darkness. It was usually said to be in Abkhazia and was officially known as Hanyson or Hamson (or some variation; the name apparently comes from the Hamshen area of Turkey), or simply the Forest of Abkhazia .

The Land of Darkness was also identified with the area around the northern Ural Mountains . [1] When Abu Hamid al-Gharnati visited Volga Bulgaria in 1135-36 he was told that the Land of Darkness was not far from Yugra . In the 1320s Ibn Battuta was in the same area and wanted to visit the Land of Darkness but decided not to because it required a 40-day journey on "small wagons drawn by large dogs."

all over the rest of the earth in twenty-four hours, the centre, N, is left in continual darkness. But when, in six months afterwards, the sun is on the inner circle, A, the light extends beyond the arctic circle, 1, 2, 3; and as it moves in its course, the centre, N, is continually illuminated. These changes will be better understood by reference to the diagrams, figs. 61 and 62.

path on December 21st, and B, B, B, the same on June 21st; N, the northern centre; S, the sun; and E, the position of Great Britain; the figures, 1, 2, 3, the arctic

circle; and 4, 5, 6, the extent of sun-light at noon of that day. The sun, S, describes the circle A, A, A, on the 21st of December in one day, or twenty-four hours. Hence, in that period, mid-day and midnight, and morning and evening twilight, occur to every part of the earth except within the arctic circle , 1, 2, 3. There it is more or less

For several months each year, Bathurst Island is cloaked in perpetual darkness. The sun simply doesn't breach the horizon. Until the summer, that is, when the balance shifts and the island is bathed in light for 24 hour days.

There aren't many places like this on earth, and it just so happens that this unique environment in Canada's high arctic is now the site of Qausuittuq, Canada's newest national park . Pronounced "Qow-soo-ee-tooq," it's not quite the most northern national park in the country, but it's close—beat only by Quttinirpaaq National Park on Ellesmere Island, near the world's most northern settlement of Alert.

The creation of the park not only provides a sanctuary for the endangered Peary caribou, but ensures Inuit will be able to continue their subsistence hunts within the park. And the hope is it will become a viable destination for tourism, too.

"Shut up Potter! You're finally getting let out. There is something waiting upstairs that would love to have you round for dinner."

'I couldn't help myself you know, it was so ridiculous I just had to laugh, I laughed all the way to the court room on the roof of the Prison,'

"Only the best for someone as infamous as you Potter, You know you even look like Voldemort, it's a shame he raped your mother like that. Would have loved to have done her myself. Right little slut your mum, would beg for it from everyone at school, hell even the first years got some action. She wasn't in the slightest bit fussy neither, would do Slytherins, Gryphindors, Teachers, Girls, Hell she even gave the centaurs a good time!"

The Land of Darkness was a mythical land supposedly enshrouded in perpetual darkness. It was usually said to be in Abkhazia and was officially known as Hanyson or Hamson (or some variation; the name apparently comes from the Hamshen area of Turkey), or simply the Forest of Abkhazia .

The Land of Darkness was also identified with the area around the northern Ural Mountains . [1] When Abu Hamid al-Gharnati visited Volga Bulgaria in 1135-36 he was told that the Land of Darkness was not far from Yugra . In the 1320s Ibn Battuta was in the same area and wanted to visit the Land of Darkness but decided not to because it required a 40-day journey on "small wagons drawn by large dogs."

all over the rest of the earth in twenty-four hours, the centre, N, is left in continual darkness. But when, in six months afterwards, the sun is on the inner circle, A, the light extends beyond the arctic circle, 1, 2, 3; and as it moves in its course, the centre, N, is continually illuminated. These changes will be better understood by reference to the diagrams, figs. 61 and 62.

path on December 21st, and B, B, B, the same on June 21st; N, the northern centre; S, the sun; and E, the position of Great Britain; the figures, 1, 2, 3, the arctic

circle; and 4, 5, 6, the extent of sun-light at noon of that day. The sun, S, describes the circle A, A, A, on the 21st of December in one day, or twenty-four hours. Hence, in that period, mid-day and midnight, and morning and evening twilight, occur to every part of the earth except within the arctic circle , 1, 2, 3. There it is more or less

For several months each year, Bathurst Island is cloaked in perpetual darkness. The sun simply doesn't breach the horizon. Until the summer, that is, when the balance shifts and the island is bathed in light for 24 hour days.

There aren't many places like this on earth, and it just so happens that this unique environment in Canada's high arctic is now the site of Qausuittuq, Canada's newest national park . Pronounced "Qow-soo-ee-tooq," it's not quite the most northern national park in the country, but it's close—beat only by Quttinirpaaq National Park on Ellesmere Island, near the world's most northern settlement of Alert.

The creation of the park not only provides a sanctuary for the endangered Peary caribou, but ensures Inuit will be able to continue their subsistence hunts within the park. And the hope is it will become a viable destination for tourism, too.

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What is the Relentless Night mod?

Relentless Night introduces a new survival scenario to sandbox where the rotation of the Earth is slowing down. Slowly but surely, days and nights are getting longer and longer over time, leading to a world with continuously changing temperatures, weather patterns, wildlife populations, and more.

As the world slows, each longer-dark brings even colder temperatures to the Canadian North, huge temperature distributions in the atmosphere start to give way to stronger winds and blizzards, even adapted wildlife slowly start to disappear as they succumb to the worsening conditions of nights.


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