>And lo the Great Liberator did lead the armies of Men against the armies of Beasts, but he did not lay waste to them as was his wont. He called out the beasts who had betrayed him, children, and do you know what happened then?
>HE BASHED THEIR HEADS IN!
>ohohohoho, no no children. The Liberator was a great man, he offered them peace under his rule. They would fall back to forests as is the place of Beasts and live in peace. Men would take the plains, the mountains, cities, but the Beasts would have their home too... only... Beasts are proud, children, and so they spat at the Liberator's feet.
But the Liberator showed his greatness once more, offered to spare their armies by facing off in single combat, but the Beasts were craven, and drew their blades on him at once. The battle was terrible. Many good men died that day, but they felled many more Beasts. The Liberator killed his Betrayers, and exterminated their treacherous race from these lands.
Still, some say the Beasts are still trying to usurp the world of men, so what do you do when a Beasts talks to you?
>Children (Altogether): To words, pay no heed, but watch their every deed.
>That's right, now off to bed, darlings, sweet dreams