In the street of Krymská, in the town of Bömische Karlsbad two boys were once born. Given traditional names Josef and Jacob, most knew them just as Ice and Fire. The brothers were close during their childhood years, but the life would soon pull them towards different paths.
Ice, man of spirit.
Josef Becher is the most known of the two, being a famous man of spirit. His spirit and factory lives to this day, and an alcoholic liqueur has been made to tribute the two brothers.
Fire, wanderer and seeker.
Jacob, however, is a mystery to most. He spent his adult life wandering the long winters of the world, seeking answers, singing songs, conversing with crows. His interpretation of “Folanés Folly” is known by many, but fewer know of his own Follies.
A man who spent the majority of his life walking in circles in the worlds mysteries, Jacob was both confused and wise. On the Asian steppes, he followed the trail laid down by the great Khans, he sung from his throat with the Tuvan masters and he visited Jurii far north. His presence warmed those around him, just as it did in his fiery youth.
Towards the end, Jacob turned to song and poetic poetry. He sang the songs of his homeland, lands he had traveled and lands of myth and legend. He sang of life and death, hope and happiness, despair and suicide. Yet the love for his brother was always central, in those songs of Ice and Fire…
See documents in the world in the age of the well. (Optional) the discovery of both.
Well recipient does not occur.
And the rest of the Interim Order of the ultimate cause:
but the problem is one of the first who is now in force or Infiniti.
Rob now take the lead. Thus, the effective cause of the ultimate cause of prioritet.
Prva two will go to create the ultimate unlimited intermediate and efficiency;
properly disclose the cause of the efficient cause of all false.
The Viceroy has foresight and sanity. Agile, like the serpent in the tree. The scapegoats are fearful, seeking in the forest. “where is my tree?” they yell. The Viceroy has knowledge and poise. But wisdom is vital!
Jakub’s answer actually improves on this…
As written by the 16th-century scholar Tän Anghér in his last work: “Lord Krïm, Wanderer, Seeker”.