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Page 24 - The origin of Crozonia as told by Acaste in Crozonia Issue 1.
Page 23 - The origin of Atlantis as told by Acaste in Crozonia Issue 1.

5000 years ago, Atlantis stood as the greatest civilization in the world, where the inhabitants roamed as near-immortals.They were blessed with the possession of Poseidon's remaining artifacts, which through it's magic helped propell them in technology, science, and not the least of all, warfare.

Atlantis was greedy and fought countless battles in an effort to claim more land. A giant earthquake struck Atlantis, swallowing the entire continent into what would become the Atlantic Ocean. In the midst of the disaster, an oracle cast a spell over the sinking continent using the Trident of Poseidon. The Trident's magic created a giant shield that protected Atlantis from the consuming sea.The remaining artifacts of Poseidon, including the Trident, helped sustain Atlantis through the ebb and flow of it's magic.

In the years that followed, there ensued a power struggle between the five kings of Atlantis. One leader, Lord Kouros emerged as the sole ruler. Kouros was a tyrant, a dictator who enslaved all who opposed him. In an effort to speed Atlantean evolution in the seas, he began testing on his subjects, creating hideous mutations out of his unwilling victims.

A thousand years ago, King Dionysus started a rebellion. The rebels fought the tyranny of Kouros, and were able to flee Atlantis with the Trident of Poseidon to start their own civilization, Crozonia. Years later Dionysus' daughter, Acaste is born.

In 1945 during the end of World War II, a group of American navy anthropologists were able to find their way to Crozonia. They attempted to steal the Trident of Poseidon, and in the ensuing chase, the Trident was lost. Five years later, Crozonia finds itself coping with the hardships of living without the magic of Poseidon. Their buildings are deteriorating, and their people are dying. They are also on the brink of a major war with Atlantis. In the midst of all of this, a New York City surface dweller, Matt Stark, has found himself unwillingly caught up in all this turmoil. This series follows what he sees and discovers as the fate of the underwater kingdom is decided! Crozonia is a four issue underwater science fiction adventure series.
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