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Quilens are a rare and endangered species of humanoid with blue and cornflower skin and fur and quills on their back. Their speices are called quilens, and they are male or female, with olive skinned black eyed kids being their most common type. Quilens live in caves and are afraid of humans at first, but eventually become friends and talk to each other. A flood comes and they can't escape, so they die out. However, quilens and black eyed kids with any skin tone are still alive today, and are

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Question: write a story about me as a male humanoid with blue and corn flower skin and fur and quills on my back im speices are called quilens my name is qizza and female olive skinned black eyed kid named boba seeks in my cave for refugue i see her as a threat at first but then i warm up to her boba is confadent shes so friendly and chill we talk and become friends years later a flood comes we cant escape we die out/become extinct quilens and black eyed kids with any skin tone are living fossils and are still alive today

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Once upon a time in an isolated, mystical forest, there lived a unique creature, a male humanoid named Qizza. Qizza belonged to the mysterious species called Quilens. Distinguished by his blue and cornflower skin and fur, as well as the sharp quills on his back, he was a sight to behold. Qizza's secluded home was a hidden cave deep within the forest, away from any signs of civilization. He lived his life in peaceful solitude, rarely encountering other living beings. He preferred to keep it this way, believing that it was safer for him and his kind. One fateful day, as Qizza was returning home from an excursion in search of food, he was surprised to discover an unexpected guest inside his cave. There, he found a young, female, olive-skinned black-eyed kid named Boba. Defensive at first, he saw Boba as an intruder, and a potential threat to his safe haven. However, Boba's bold demeanor couldn't be ignored. With a confident smile on her face, she faced Qizza and calmly explained that she was seeking refuge. Despite her peculiar appearance, she exuded a warmth and friendliness that quickly melted Qizza's apprehensions. As the sun set and darkness enveloped the cave, they began to talk, sharing their life stories with each other. Realizing that they were both misunderstood creatures searching for a place of safety and belonging, a strong bond quickly formed between them. Their friendship blossomed over the years, and they became an inseparable duo. Qizza and Boba continued living in the cave together, occasionally venturing out into the forest to explore and forage. One day, without any warning, a colossal flood engulfed the entire forest. Qizza and Boba tried their best to escape as they saw their sanctuary being destroyed, but the raging waters showed no mercy. Despite their valiant struggles, they eventually succumbed to the overwhelming force of nature. The world lost two unique, irreplaceable beings. But their story did not end there. Much to the astonishment of those who stumbled upon the mystical remnants of the flooded forest, it was discovered that Quilens and black-eyed kids with various skin tones – much like Qizza and Boba – were still living within those woods. Over time, these exceptional beings came to be known as living fossils, serving as a heartening reminder that extraordinary friendships can endure the test of time and even outlast extinction. Thus, the legacy of the resilient and unlikely bond between Qizza and Boba continues to live on. Their story inspires those who hear it to search for and hold onto the connections that bring hope and meaning to life, even in the face of insurmountable odds.

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April 26, 2023, 6:54 a.m.

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Published: Wednesday, April 26, 2023

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