The Muffins played as fools
pretending to bend to the will of the Institutions of Learning, but in
the shadows of the night carried out their plans. This story has been
past down from generation to generation by word of mouth and writings
but no one is sure if these events truly happened or just a mere
fictional tale whispered about through the halls of the world.
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