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The usual mistrust was still there. They asked me if I was an alt like so many times before; however, this time there was another voice.
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What happened next has been blurred by time, but what I do remember is that Oracle's faith was a catalyst for my love of the Civcraft genre.
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When it comes to the Civcraft genre, Oracle is like Forrest Gump. He is everywhere.
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If you look at screenshots of any major event of the first era, it's likely you'll see him or one of his alts. Oracle is ubiquitous.
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I must've looked extremely suspicious, and he was taking a huge risk by trusting me.
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Oracle moved between Concordia and Augusta in the third Era of Civcraft. When that brief period of time was over, and the realm of Civcraft was abandoned,
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He toiled, at first in the HJE and Southshire, and then sometime in 2016, Oracle moved to New Yoahtl City, where he resides at the time of writing.
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Admittedly, I had forgot most of the time I had spent in Aytos.
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Yet, even though
I couldn't quite remember at first,
it wasn't long until Oracle had jogged
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"You have a very memorable name."
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I asked Oracle why he comes back to Civcraft after all these years. He had this to say to me,
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No matter how much it gets corrupted,
I still subscribe to the vision in 1.0 of creating societies from the ground up."
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.. Maester Lemur
7th of July
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