Chapter 3: It’s Getting Colder In Our Village

On the next day, Amanda and I started flying north of this sleepy suburb. We’re getting close to these windmills,–so we can check out this project. We had a dream last night. Amanda told me about a dream what she had. She was dreaming about everyone who are believing in fairies. These villagers are done with their project. I had a dream about riding rabbits in a garden. Amanda and I can feel the cold air blowing as we fly towards these windmills. Since the power station is receiving energy from these windmills, it also heated water to distribute water service to all neighbors. If water is cold, it will freeze into ice. It isn’t just an ordinary power station, it accessed as a home for workers who work on windmills. However, we can see a new windmill that is almost done being built. Since it’s too far to reach, we have to land, and settle down in this house.

As we got there, we met Ron, Tim and Greg. They are playing checkers, and cards. This house may look like a cottage, but it’s larger. Greg: “Drink some tea with us! The temperature is dropping.” Amanda: “Your house looks good, maybe you built it via team work. We’re about to reach the windmills, and finish the project.” We settled down, and started drinking some tea. Tim is working with his box that is going to be used as a toolbox. He’s a construction worker who likes to build things. He operates a crane as a living. He built super strong buildings that can withstand serious impact. His company who builds tall buildings has already gone rich, and they are upgrading their building techniques,–so they can go to the next level. Ron is fixing his plow that recycles snow, and turn it into blocks of Ice. Samantha and Gabrielle came to this cottage. They told us about this cold section of New Kingdom is getting colder. Maybe we had gone rid of fossil-fuels. Maybe we fought pollution successfully. Greg started riding his unicorn to go to the windmills that are almost finalized. But 1 of them aren’t done just yet.

Amanda and I are continuing to fly to the windmills to finish the windmill that isn’t spinning just yet. Ron started bringing his plow with him., so he can clear piles of snow at the windmills. Many of us are heading north, we had to go through the power station in order to access these windmills. This long flight takes time. However; our village needs more power in order to be lit at night. The giant windmill needs to be completed. Or the coal-plant someplace will turn back on. We can’t afford this section to be warmed up,–causing snow to melt. And we can see it far away from the suburb. Once the coal-plant is turned off, they will remove it from New Kingdom. Before it’s removed, power from this plant is restricted for building a windmill only. If they can finish up the remaining fuel inside, they can finally clean up the entire plant. And cleanup is scheduled,–after the finalized windmill is built.

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Chapter 3.1: This Is My Another Fairy

I woke up early. I discovered this fairy,–dressed up in silver, comparing to Amanda; she wears a big poofy silver dress, silver stockings, pinkish silver apron, flat silver shoes, and a silver crown with a removable diamond. She has light skin, pink lips, silver hair, silver eyes, jumbo silver wings with a glitter background with a shiny format, tall , and she can speak British. She also has a message tag with a following message:

We gave you a secondary fairy for you because, you did the right thing in our kingdom. At this case, you helped the hermet escape from cruelty. We’re working on finding a fairy for this person. But 1 problem is; we ran out of fairies, and his/her wishes are delayed. If you found some problems, please let us know by filing a report to us.

I discovered a magic wand that she’s holding. It’s a silver one; it does had a star ontop. I started riding on this fairy. Amanda is working with Xaivier. Amanda: “The fairy who you’re riding is a secondary fairy from the fairy port. Her name is Annie. She came out of your dream because, you explored her palace within your dream. She’s also my cousin.” Annie: “Xavier is going to stay with Amanda for a while! Let’s start flying outdoors, and explore some new places. As we explore; we’re going to interact with other people in our community. And I’ll show you that is going to surprise for you, and Xavier.” “Let’s start our quest in New Kingdom,” I replied. Amanda;” “I’ll stay here with him. We’ll meet you at our planned meeting place!” Annie and I started flying outside. Sheryl started making breakfast downstairs.

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Chapter 4: A Surprise Adventure in New Kingdom

Days later; Annie and I are enjoying tea, and tarts,–to confirm our victory. Since we stopped these poachers, we can able to continue our journey,–to surprise Xavier; his fairy is finally coming to our camping-house. Amanda is working on her project. She’s building a ride-on toy for Xavier, so he can cheer up. The rest of our crew are still on a journey,–exploring new places.

Annie and I started flying out of our house, making a journey to New Kingdom’s palaces. Winter has arrived, almost all of these streets are covered in snow, however; that’s not the case for these villagers. Annie and I can see the fairy queen heading towards the palace far away from us. We can fly towards it, but it takes lots of effort. Snow is blown by the wind. Handling the coldest temperatures in this village,–where snow is constantly falling; is tricky! Many villagers believed keeping the environment cold is the must. Many towns are covered in snow. There’s an untold stories of villagers using snow for their streets. Their water supply is warmed up,–to prevent pipes from freezing. They use state-of-the-art electric boilers to keep water warm, existing steam pushes water out of the boiler; traveling pipes. Since it uses recycled electricity; it relies on it’s own power source, it gets it from the subway system.

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Chapter 4.1: Removing New Kingdom’s Old Oil Refinery & Transitioning To Solar & Wind Energy

While we’re about to sleep, we listened to the movie that is being played via an audio player. All of the lights are off. And the windows are lock tight,–so cold air won’t go in. The fairy queen is checking the entire temple, to make sure it’s safe for all villagers, including tourists. Most of the lights are dim. But the front lights are always on. That enables villagers to varify if this temple is occupied. Almost all of the villagers are asleep. But these streets are still awake. The stars in the sky are visible for all villagers.

All of the other fairies are flying around New Kingdom, and they’re heading towards the palace,–where the fairy queen is located. They discovered a shiny lamp that is empty. They’re worried. The fairy queen was crossed; she said: “Where is Jane? She needs to do her task!” Her magic wand is activated, and it’s active.

Jane is flying outside of New Kingdom. She met Ivan, the brown bat. He’s on his mission, carrying freight to the another kingdom. Jane: “i’m flying out of New Kingdom. I’m exploring old houses that are left-behind at this old city that was sleepy.” Ivan: “Wait for me!! I like to explore too.” Jane: “I’m just located on this roof of this mansion.” Ivan flown towards Jane:: “I didn’t know I can fly fast! Looks like you found something.” Jane: “I found the abandon house that is vacant. Let’s go inside.” They flown towards the old house. They flown through the broken window. Since the door isn’t reachable. They took some time to fully enter this old house. Ivan must squeeze into a gap that is easy to enter.

Jane found lots of old items. Since Jane was interested of believing in something different. Ivan: “I found something! And this is interesting.It looks like an another fairy figure of some sort.” Jane: “Actually it’s something different. I’m on my way to England. I’ve been there before. I was trying to opt out of believing in fairies.” Somehow, they discovered a giant fairy. They ran. Maybe it’s the fairy queen’s partner. But it’s hard to tell.

During sunrise, Jane has landed to England. She met Marvin, the welder who works at the train station. And he’s carrying a set of books. Marvin: “Wow! I never seen this person like this before. Look what we had here.” Jane: “I’m trying to believe in something different. But I had trouble. I reviewed items that I’ve collected for years.” Jane started opening a heavy crate. Marvin: “Wow! Looks like you had wished to be religious, just like I am. Your items reminds me of you’re exploring our place. Around the globe, and find any belief you want to choose,–based on our culture. Mythology is the known belief within our global culture.” Jane: “I agree with your opinions.” Ivan: ” But there’s a catch! If you want to be religious like me; you have to do your homework, and choose wisely.” Jane: “If I don’t find something different, my mother will take my privileges away.” Ivan: “Now I get it! Since you’re actually a fairy. You can’t opt out of magic. But you can try something different. However, it’s hard to tell what type of fairy you are. I’ve just arrived here for a worker-exchange.” Ivan just continued working. Jane just flown away from the train station.

Annie and I are enjoying our flight over New Kingdom. Millie and Xavier are on the mission to position the big solar-powered engine at the hot section of New Kingdom. They started flying earlier. Frank,Tim, and Greg had joined the league to reduce carbon. Since the hot section is great for solar energy. Since they had installed solar-powered water-cooling plants. Since we’re at the hot section; drout is the known issue. Over 700 gallons of water are recycled everyday. Recycled water is used for gardening. To prevent pollutants from effecting their water, valves are used to shut off the pipelines;–making it easier for workers to change pipes. Existing water that is remaining steams away via searing heat of the sun. Biological material is the must. But these pipes are nothing more than high-speed water distribution lines. So fast; that’s enough to serve 2000 large buildings. But their water tower is high as a 70-story building. Since it’s protected against contaminants, water goes down the input line,–connected to counter-pumps, enabling water to travel fast. Although; this league never sleeps!

Meanwhile, Jane has returned to the palace,–where most of these fairies are settling down. The fairy queen was crossed, she discovered Jane flying without the magic wand” “Jane; where you have you been? You didn’t grant anybody’s wish. The villagers are upset.” I want to believe in something different!! I want to be a religious person, not a fairy. I’m not comfortable with magic. What I want is faith.” The Fairy Queen: “We don’t have this feature available in New Kingdom! We rely on magic to run this village.” Jane tried to pull out a large book; but she couldn’t unzip the red box: “I can’t afford to be affected by magic. I don’t think is fair to stick with one belief.”The fairy queen disagreed,–due to her statement. She wouldn’t allow her to read bibles: “There’s a catch when you chosen to believe in faith, your magic won’t work, and you’ll be nothing more than a corrupted fairy without any value.” Jane was frustrated: “I have to hurry, one person needs help with his/her family. I have to save them!” The Fairy Queen: “Okay, as long as you use magic.” Jane started flying outside. But Amy, the pink fox is so worried; she had concerns,–regarding some issues that might occur. She followed wherever Jane goes: “Oh, dear! If I don’t check for errors, bad things will happen.” She just started running across the field.

Jane kept flying towards the other kingdom. She is using the oil lamp to see in the dark. This long flight caused her to take lots of time. She stopped at each section,–resting at the grass fields. Since it’s cold; she used the sleeping cabin to stay out of the cold. Although; this grass field is inside the giant greenhouse. The grass inside is moist. Amy just gathered some berries, and some carrots;–so she can refuel for the next trip. Thise villagers are about to make some dinner for some campers. Six cooks are at work. But one of these bakers, are baking the largest cakes for New Kingdom. Aroma from these eggless cakes filled the kitchen someplace.

As Jane regained her energy, she continued flying. She discovered lights from the big building ahead. She flown as fast as an airplane. She must take a 50-mile trip to reach it. Amy sped up. Since the sun is setting, she must hurry,–before the gate to the another kingdom closes. The moon rises to light the sky. Once the moon rises, the kingdom is lit.

Since Annie and I are flying towards the old oil refinery, since this plant is no longer in use; all we have to to do just tear it down, and replace it with a new garden for planting. We have to set it up,–before Spring arrives. New Kingdom never stops improving their places. If drout reduces by 200%; the hot section will cool down,–making it easier for villagers, and animals. This oil industry was closed down,–due to rapid use of renewable fuel. About 200 oil refineries has closed in this village. Tearing down this building needs powerful energy. Once this place is erased from this town, a new garden must be planted,–to indicate where the oil refinery use to be running.

After We set up the old oil refinery to be taken down; we went to our camp to sleep. Since it’s so dark, we rely on flashlights to see. Since we had set up a cabin, we activated the heating system to stay warm.

Outside of New Kingdom, Jane is flying towards the other kingdom that is different than New Kingdom. She isn’t comfortable being a fairy at all. And she want to belive in something different. Amy continues to follow Jane: “Why do you want to believe in something different? It’s fun to believe in fairies. Although; some villagers have decisions to believe in fairies, or not. Freedon of belief is currently updating. But the catch is; some features aren’t ready just yet. We always improve our kingdom, and fix problems. Currently; Queen Sherry strictly believes in fairies. We have a swap system. That way; if our queen isn’t available; our backup leader takes over.” Jane: “But what about real beliefs. I was wishing for a different belief for years. I tried and tried. But the fairy queen won’t let me.” Amy: “Our fairy queen is the queen of all fairies. And she’s the top leader too! Once she is assigned to this kingdom, she had lots of power.” Jane flown towards the building,–where 5 people are located.

Back in New Kingdom; the 44 fairies are gathering together to clear away the old coal storage building. It’s going to be moved to the hot section of this kingdom. The rapid growth of green energy is still climbing to higher numbers. Almost lots of villagers are using green energy. If this place gets colder; more snow will be preserved. Mounds of snow are frozen solid. Since white snow is everywhere; it’s often used may times. State-of-the-art underground facilities harness all of the snow for everyday use. While at the hot environment; state-of-the-art solar fields harness the sun. Recycled water enters the big boiler. It’s used to generate steam, and power the large suburb. Many efforts to resolve pollution happens everyday.

On the next day; Annie and I are going to clear away the old oil refinery. The fully-functional biological fuel plant has already reduced carbon by 99%. These villagers are so excited to see their own oil refinery disappear. They gathered around inthe big circle. The electric construction machine will haul away all of the remains of the refinery. These gardeners are going to scrape the soil, and lay fresh soil for planting. These TV trucks are going to broadcast the event. Almost all of these workers are applying final touches to this old refinery. Once it’s finalized; it’s ready to go down.

While we’re tearing down the old refinery; Annie and I can see Jane flying towards us. Annie was worried: “Where was at? Our fairy queen was looking for you.” Jane replied: “I recently went to the other kingdom; I discovered something went wrong. If you don’t know what’s wrong, I will explain to you. Persecution of Christians is on the rise! I’ve just saved my old friend, Edward, he ran from the burning city someplace. If you haven’t watched, or listened to the news; I found this article.” Annie: “We were asleep during that time! But our portable radio needs to be charged up,–so we can get updates. The power system is usually off while we’re asleep.” Annie and I adjusted the blanket on the ground. Jane sat down on the wooden bench. And she pulled out the burnt bible. Jane: “This is the clue what I just found hour ago. I’ve taken history class before. If you ever take a look of this object; you can rewind the time,–back to the earlier times of our world. Persecution of Christians still happens today. Although; I studied this critical issue for years.” Annie: “You are correct! This is the known issue that we’re currently resolving in New Kingdom. That’s why some churches in our village are closed. Existing kings and queens who are at the developer session of our kingdom are amending our constitution. For years they fixed many problems. But the good new is; they’re rolling out experimental changes to fix this current issue.” Annie started pulling out her computer: “Our villagers are working on this issue today. It’s okay to believe in something different, or join any religion. Everybody have choices. They’re free to choose what do they want to believe.” “You can also explore lots of cultures around the world,” I said. Jane: “I’ll fly to other kingdoms, and check for other problems.” Annie and I started eating tarts with our mixed-berry salad as Jane flown away.

Two hours later; Annie and I are clearing away all of the remains of the oil refinery. While new dirt is dumped for gardening. This task may take months to complete. Once the garden is planted, we can able to reduce carbon. The woods is left intact. Their fully functional biological oil ship has already distributing biological oil around the world. Since lots of renewable energy is still rising; all construction machines use biological fuels by default.

Jane has flown to the palace; the fairy queen was crossed: “Jane, what are you doing? You’re wearing differnt clothes. You’ve had taken a long time to fly back to our kingdom.” Jane felt terrible: “You are right! Some fairies do need a task. But I have a news to tell; persecution of Christians is still happening. I really want to believe in something different. I discovered the catch. I need to be careful.” The fairy queen agreed: “Speaking about this issue; I need to protect you from harm. You have dreamed of different beliefs. Everybody has freedom to believe in anything; for example, mythology, genies, dragon,s etc.” She pulled out the book as Jane brew some tea. Jane: “I found something at the old farm. It was an old case full of items. I found this quilt with pictures on it.” The Fairy Queen: “This quilt was once made by our lost villagers who are trying to reach us. Only 4 has reached here. We’re trying to help them out. But they lost contact with our forces. We have to make sure if they’re okay.” Jane has taken a closer look in the book. Queen Sherry has taken the crate of glass blocks to the cellar. The lights inside this palace are dimmed to reduce energy. The 10 fairies are still doing their tasks; other fairies are just reading books.

During dinner time; many visitors are enjoying their meals. Since they’re eating plant-based food; meat isn’t served at all. Since it’s getting dark, they rely on electric candles to light the room. Almost all of these tables are full. But one of these benches are set up with new tables. They’re watching a movie at night. Since visitors shared stories about their dreams. They worked together, and made an open-source film. Since it’s a 6-hour movie, it’s a bedtime film. Maybe it can make their dreams match the relevant themes. About 500 cups of tea are served during this event. And 200 cakes are served.

Jane is about to sleep. But she is still spreading the word about an issue what she discovered. She made a recording with a tape-recorder,–so she can share the speech later. She is still worried about other villagers who didn’t read other articles just yet. She can see other visitors going to their rooms to sleep. Due to the high volume of people; she can’t find out which one of these visitors are new. About 30 fairies are already asleep. Amy is also asleep. These lights are turned off. Almost 20 rooms are locked.

Annie and I are still cleaning up the remains of the old oil refinery. Sections of the ground is cleaned each hour. These electric dump trucks carrying fresh dirt are waiting to dump new dirt for gardening. While the other one is carting away the remains of the oil refinery. The seeds that are going to be planted are waiting to be planted. Once they’re planted; they’ll grow. However, the fully-functional farm has already grown food for everybody for the entire kingdom. But they had 4 times the amount! The new garden will be a backup source of food for villagers.

Why did this oil industry disappeared in New Kingdom?

  • High usage of renewable fuels. Conventional oil is no longer in use.
  • High-speed carbon reduction, and recycling.
  • During the phase-out of conventional oil; final sales are launched. During that time; they shutdown distribution of oil, and replaced it with biological oils that are renewable.

Annie and I are still clearing up the remains of the old oil refinery. But we’re speeding up the process. About 20 trucks are at work. These working units are set for a relay. Each truck hauls each load up to 200 tons. And they travel up to 40 mph. They go to the recycling centerto drop off the materials. The empty trucks are filled at this instant,–all without stopping. About 30% of the site is clean. It takes about 30 minutes to load each truck. That’s the total of 10 hrs. These electric monsters are nothing more than powerful machines. Most debris is collected by excavators. Bulldoezers drag the remains to the pile. The environment team inspects the ground,–before they dump fresh dirt. Existing villagers watch the action.

At night; they rely on light systems to see in the dark. Since this relay is continuous; they rely on teams. If the sun rises; they swap teams. They don’t sleep at this time. Fighting drout is the mission for all villagers who are reducing carbon levels. Since each dump truck speeds away the site; they go on a custom route. If this task is compleated early; new dirt will be inserted for gardening. Migrating butterflies are arriving from migration. The woods is finally expanding. About 22,000 trees are saved each day. All of the hills are saved from coal mines. Each group of villagers are doing each task. Bikers are exploring each field to confirm changes,–when green energy is used. Pollution is reduced by 77% at this section.

Days later; we reached the 66% notch when clearing away the debris. But 1 big dump truck is hauling the rest of the remains of the old oil refinery. We’re getting closer for the next step. insert new dirt. Thanks to scraping the soil that is contaminated; they can able to dump new layers of dirt. The largest coal-burning plant is officially turned off. The powerful set of windmills has already taken over. The river is ready to be saved from pollution. Since the plant is sceduled to be removed, the new set of trees will be planted. But the coal mine is no longer in use.

The river was once used to supply water for this plant. But they removed the intake pipe from this plant,–so they can keep their river water intact. Many tourists believed this coal-burning plant is actually taking up all of the water. The giant cooling towers are emptied. These workers are saying good-bye to their old plant. Photos are taken, so they can be placed in history books. The train that carries coal became a hay ride for everybody of all ages. It will be launced after Winter. The carnival will be set next to the plant. It’s for everybody. About 22 rides are set. These mobile machines are portable;–so they can be used anywhere. These helicopters are tested for a large event. About 1000 gardeners flooded the the giant lot. The existing elevated railway will be used for all trains.

Garden trucks are coming to plant seeds to start a garden. But the ground needs to be cleaned up,–so they can easily plow the fields. The demolition crew arrives to this site. The wind storm is coming to speed up the windmills. This long task takes time to be completed. The band will play open-source music for the carnival event.

The entire coal-burning plant is being prepared to be torn down. The other plant that uses a water wheel that is used to generate power is protected with a frag jacket.,–that leaves the building unscaved. The containment walls are used to hold the remains. Since the river is too close to the plant; it’s protected with a metal hood that prevents dirt from flowing in. All of the recyclables are extracted from the plant. All of these workers are clearing away the remaining pollutants from the inside. This endangered river is always protected. This forest that goes over the river is important for these villagers. They rely on this water source as a backup. Almost all of the trees are left unbothered. This bridge is useful to go over wet areas, such as lakes, rivers, ponds, etc.

After we spent days setting up the event; all of the visitors arrived. This old coal-burning plant will be torn down; it’s space will be filled with new dirt. That’s when new gardeners arrive. So far; Annie and I had cleared away all of the debris. And the gardeners are planting new plants to mark the place,–where the old oil refinery used to be. All of the villagers are still waiting. And the river is waiting to flow freely.

During the carnival event; we flown in the sky at night. We flown around the coal-burning plant that is being laid to rest. All of the traffic has been cleared. During sunrise, the plant will no longer be there! The excitement of this event is endless. During that time; the rides will be turned off. The big clock is set for the demolition of this plant.The neighborhood will be silent.

Hours later; the time struck 5:00 AM. The Coal-burning plant begins to go down with a first BOOM. Lots of people are entertained by this event. Thousands of gardeners took pictures. The light system makes it easier for visitors to see the coal-burning plant go down. Once the plant disappears; the cleanup crew collects all of the debris, and cart it away to the recycling facility.

After the sun rises, everybody cheered! The river starts to surge back to normal. That enables gardeners to plant nw plants. They just can’t for a rainstorm to come. And all of the plants to grow. While the carnival event finalizes their program.

The 2 gardens that are successfully planted has surprised these villagers. They can able to breathe fresh air. About 40 houses are cooler than they used to be. About 40 ducks had arrived to the new pond at the giant garden. Villagers rode butterflies to take a tour of the new gardens. Over 10,000 flowers are grown successfully. That’s when Annie and I started flyingback to our main house. Amanda has caught up with us. Xavier and Millie has took over our camp.

We had a tea party as a victory to keep our environment clean. The cold section is even colder. And the ice caps are coming back. And the trees are growing happily. These streets in New Kingdom are even silent than they used to be! These electric streetcars are at work.

Chapter 5: The Fairground Inside the Suburb

Annie and I flown back to our primary house to get started with our new project for the fairground that is open-source for our community, they want to confirm our projects are open-source too. Many villagers has discovered other fairgrounds, theme parks, and amusement parks are defective by design! However, launching and joining projects has been started by all of these villagers. Since New Kingdom has a collection of kings and queens, they’re built to swap, that way; if one of the kings or queens aren’t at their thrones, others can take over. Their project at their palace has been running for centuries. About 99% of this kingdom has gone open-source. If this fairground with portable rides has been established, that’s enough to extend this project with some visitors who want to come to this fair. Before summer time, the rides must be built, and tested,–so riders can enjoy their rides. They must be designed for everybody of all ages.

Over 200 villagers has started building a large carousel with different animals. The ferris wheel, stores, shops, and the robotic rides are being built in this empty suburb, the 400 fairies configured the buildings for open-source arcades.That’s where annie and I are at. The streets are steamed clean. Older asphalt streets are replaced with biological asphalt; a powerful effort to reduce pollution by 400%. These electric trolleys are being set to take people to fairgrounds. Each fairground must be open-source for everybody. Colder sections of this kingdom are hosting their fair too! Almost all of the asphalt streets are cleared out for renewable versions.

During the Launch of the project; Annie and I has saved our project for later. We have to go to other fairgrounds to investigate why some of these places are defective by design. As we’re flying; we can see some people who were upset because, they have trouble riding on these rides. They’re too small. These small rides are packed with flaws. New Kingdom has condemned small-sized rides as unreliable. They prefer to make bigger rides because, they make more money. But this fair is disappearing because, these rides are too small! These villagers are outside of New Kingdom. But the other kingdom that we’re flying over is too poor, their homes are too broken.However, they can get an extra boost from all of us.

As we landed at this defective fairground; we can see some rides that are not working right. The houses that we seen are barely in good standing. This kingdom doesn’t believe in fairies. Almost all of these visitors are rejecting these rides because of it’s small size. New Kingdom has condemmed age restrictions to these rides that are designed for little children only as age discrimination. We can also see some rides that are being put up for night time, streets being sweeped clean, arcades with an unwanted rides that are infected with technological measures, and games that aren’t working. We met the administrator of this fairground, Keith. He told us about an issue what we just discovered. He’s planning on joining our projects to design an open-source fairground for everybody. He needs to clean up all of the mess that was left behind. The villagers who lived in this town has ran away because, this fairground has defects. His partners filed a giant lawsuit against the manufacturer who built these rides. They’re been infected with DRM! New Kingdom prohibited this unwanted technological measure because, it’s subject to infect our machines. We’re trying to partner with this kingdom that we currently arrived from.

Annie and I has taken a closer look of an arcade. Almost all of the machinery as been labeled: “Out Of Order! Do Not Use.” But these existing customers didn’t know about the dangers of DRM. We told them not to purchase or operate any DRM-infected products.

Annie and I has sped back to our project to continue our work. Our goal is to leave technological measures off of our work,–for good. These powerful projects has already reduced carbon by 88%.We can see lots of newly built rides being adapted. TV cameras are used to broadcast their project,–all without DRM. New Kingdom’s slow rising economy is too fast to control, and retain. Because, some people rely on efforts to reduce spending, but that’s not the case for our project.

After we finished our project, we decided to explore the gardens inside our village. We’re currently flying towards the farm where vegetarians and vegans live. We can see lots of plants with lots of plants. The well is drilled since 2 centuries ago is still functional. The 44 houses with green roofs feeds birds, and other animals with an endless food source. Rooftop gardens on these other houses with flat rooftops contains lots of food that are shared with animals that need food to eat,–during stops when traveling long distances. People often harvest their food what they’ve grown. Substainable food is in progress. Treehouses has been built for some people who are enjoying nature. Old factory-farms has been converted to a new garden. We can see the last known coal-burning plant that is torn down, Some people who own this garden ridden rabbits, and fancy mice,–via show mice with a custom format, some navigate with their hind legs, or normal navigation. The biggest house they build is designed to handle lots of gardeners who plant their own food.

Annie and I can see lots of other villagers who share the garden are also building a fairground that is designed to be friendly for our environment. The camps found in the woods are occupied by the gatherers who are gathering nuts for their frozen treats. These endless paths in the orchard that is connected to their custom-planted woods.

Annie and I started camping in the garden to study their project. They’re substainable food what they just planted. Fish is conserved during the hot days. That prevents overfishing. The duck pond is cleaned each day. The state-of-the-art rodent-proof building harnesses all of the food that is grown. Tractors that are electric plows the fields. These berry bushes are planted in rows,–both for people and animals. The biggest windmill is built to generate electricity, and pump water. Some of these custom forests that are planted are sorted,–while the existing one is still here. Most meadows are growing continuously.

As the sun went down, the garden is dark. The moon in the sky is visible. These bright stars are lighting up the horizon. The trees are lit by the moon. The big moon is here! We just can’t wait to see the new fairground that is portable.

Not just our camp is waiting for a fairground; other campers are waiting too!

Meanwhile, over 900 stores has boycotted DRM-infected products, that’s the time when DRM-infected goods has been pulled from market shelves. The coldest section of New Kingdom has a strict ban against DRM, and other technological measures. Since they wanted open-source products; custom goods are ordered from their suppliers. They’re been resolving some defects for years.

What is like to leave DRM out of your hands, or out of your home?

It’s kind of like leaving meat off your plate, and going for a vegetarian diet.

Annie and I are checking out the fairground that is ready to be visited by some people who want to go open-source. We’re the first ones here! We can see lots of rides that are active. There’s a big festival that is going to start. The the gatherers are setting up food stands for everybody in this town. The 22 fairies are flying towards the empty lot,where the flowers are planted for their events to reduce pollution, and go DRM-free.

During the event; we played games in our new arcades. About 1000 visitors has arrived. These portable fairground rides are cascaded around this kingdom. This DRM-free fair is nothing more than a magnet to all visitors. Queen Sherry was proud with our project! Almost all of the rides are occupied. These low-cost tokens has triggered an economic impact. These rides are packed with lots of visitors. However; these patrons are having fun! If this fair runs all seasons; it can overpower DRM-protected rides and arcades in just one season. That’s enough to save the environment.

After we enjoyed our time at the fair; we sped back to our house to spread the word about the fair in the garden. About 400 different fairies are flying towards the abandon oil refinery that is still standing. Many of our villagers are planning on removing the oil refinery from an inactive village that isn’t populated for a long time.Although, many of these villages aren’t named just yet!

During the evening; The 44 villagers are getting ready to setup a fair that is going to start an event for an old refinery that is going to be torn down. The recycling team is extracting items from the building that is abandon. Since this oil industry is overpowered by renewable sources; they have to shut it down, for good. The giant smoke stack was used to vent out fumes. This refinery was once owned by the rich family who used to live in this village. Old abandon wagons that used to cart oil around New Kingdom were empty. They used to be pulled by horses,–ridden by people.

Annie and I are enjoying our vegetarian pizza for dinner. Sheryl, Bruce, Tiffany, Christopher, and Xavier went home;–so they can cook dinner. The entire village has changed their task format. These legacy electric trolleys are relaunched to the shared farms. About all of these gardens where all of the food is planted has also cleaned the air.

After we ate pizza; we decided to go to sleep. We have to fly to the old oil refinery to help other villagers tear it down, and plant new trees.

The open-source fairground is still running at night. These low-cost rides are so stable, they can last for a long time. These villagers are still awake; the rest of them are asleep.

These DRM-free rides are so powerful; other rides that are defective by design are replaced. The following table shows 2 examples of these rides that are replaced, not just for boycotting DRM; but other reasons:

Ride Replaced Reason Customer Complaints That Caused Rides To Be Replaced
Carousel Ride Yes

Smaller carousels that are designed for small riders has too much defects. It has different animals and fictional characters that you can ride, but due to it’s size; older people couldn’t ride it.

Larger versions of carousels that are ridden by everybody of all ages is stable because, it has open source features. These extra-large animals and characters that you can ride are always attracting to new visitors.

Age discrimination is the top concern for these visitors. Due to high consumption of open-source goods; many riders who want to ride a carousel has wished for a larger version that is open-source only.

Kiddy Ride Yes

Larger models are setup for everybody of all ages,–whenever it’s a ride-on animal, or character.


On the next day, Annie and I has arrived at the old oil refinery that’s been discontinued. The substainable food and energy project needs to tear down the refinery to get more land space for their gardens.These gardens will be used for food, and support the environment. About 77 fairies are flying towards the woods to check it’s health.

There’s over 200 million trees growing high. The animals that live in the woods are adapting the new environment. Foresters who are exploring the woods use electric carts to navigate, others ride bunnies, mice, foxes, and butterflies.

The following list shows these tasks in the woods,–due to high use of open-source goods.

  • Check trees for any possible problems; varify they’re not cut down illegally. These villagers are cracking down on these practices that can harm the environment.
  • Confirm if the air is cool, and clean.
  • Clear out harmful wastes.

  • Check if new animals has moved to the woods.

They launch the classic festival for this project to work, it-s open-source.

Annie and I went inside the old refinery to take a peek inside. The old rusty barbed wire fence is once used to keep oil thieves from breaking in. But due to the collapsing oil industries; it’s been abandon. However; Annie and I must find some items that are left behind,–before it’s too late.

There’s over 22 rooms we have to go to,–in order to reach these abandon items. Each item needs to be extracted. Cleaning is the Must to varify each item.

First of all; we found some old machines that are broken. They used to hold oil during shipping to the tanker trucks. Since all of the oil has been removed from the insides; that enables us to extract the first item. We found our first unit. It was an abandon computer system that is used to keep track of oil shipments. We can able to release the roll of tape that is used to hold data for a long time. If we can able to get data from a roll of tape, we can able to take it to the research center,–so we can anallize data, and varify why this industry has been shutdown. We have to cart out this big item to keep it in good condition.The 22 other fairies in this building are extracting recyclable materials. The extraction crew must hextract as much recycling as they can. These fierce gardeners are about to arrive.

Next, we found the old abandon oil dispenser that is empty. We have to find the existing oil that should be removed from this plant,–otherwise, the big boom can blast a deep pit as a size of a football stadium. Each piece of machinery is extracted,–so they can be restored for a renewable fuel plant.

This giant building is almost cleared of recyclable waste. That’s when Annie and I just extracted a full tank of oil. Due to it’s age, we have to be careful! The hot sun can cause the tank to explode. We rely on cooling buildings to keep the tank cool,–so it’s safe to get the oil out. It used to warm homes in our kingdom, but renewable fuels are already used. That’s when electric boilers for restored homes are installed in the colder section of this kingdom.

During the afternoon, Annie and I are drink some tea as we eat tarts with other fairies. The 22 garderners are coming. We just finished our session of extracting recyclables. All we have to do just take down the plant. This refinery will be turned into new building materials for our new windmills, and other buildings that will be used for backing up our food source.

Our long lunch will give other fairies more time to get this plant taken down. This long task must be capable of handling lots of villagers who are going for renewable sources. This last plant must be taken down,–so we can leave fossil-fuels out of our village. Tim and Greg are on the mission to build the powerful street steamer to clean the streets of this old suburb. These machines are going to work at night. But these electric buses that will travel along streets are going to arrive. However, their subway system never stops generating power, that’s enough to wipe 20 coal-burning plants. Reducing carbon is the total challenge for this kingdom. The coldest section is already ahead of them. This community never stops improving!

On the farm, these cowboys are improving their way to take care of their cattle, since their farm is still in the smaller state, they always check if their cows are healthy. That’s the time when they started setting up camps for guests; so they learn about their farm. They had their own fairground, and it’s also open-source. Their project never stops improving.

The following improvements are the following below:

  • Their big barn has a custom-built AC system to keep their cattle cool during hot summers. Metal roofs are equipped with solar-panels to power their barn.
  • Their tractors are using renewable fuels to run their engines, and they’re also electrified. That’s enough to reduce carbon by 77%.
  • New water supply has been established for their cattle, and farmers.

Back at the old refinery; Annie and I continued our session of extracting the recyclable material. All of these objects are recoverable. We just extracted the old empty tank that is once used to store oil that is ready to be used as fuel. However; this tank will be used as a rain barrel to store lots of water. However, it needs serious cleaning. We’ve also extracted a giant oil tank that is empty. It used to store backup oil for heating boilers. Since the rising use of renewable fuels, and wind energy. All of the boilers in the basement of each house are using electric energy, and renewable vegetable oil. However; this tank will be reused as a plant-based oil holder to store renewable oils, for everyday-use.

So far, we extracted all of the items that are left behind. All we have to do just get ready to tear down this plant,–after the rest of the fairies bring in the state-of-the-art demolition tools to take down the entire plant. However; the plant isn’t ready to be laid to rest just yet. These high containment walls will be put up to hold all of the pieces of the building. This thick fence has a purpose to hold lots of the remains of the building. Without this custom format, the overflow will occur. That’s when these workers will setup lights, and cameras to take videos of the building going down.

During setup; we just set out some benches for these villagers who want to see the old oil refinery go down. The colder section of New Kingdom is getting colder, and colder;–that’s when the ice cap at the north of our planet gets restored. So far, parts of it is restored by 33%. But that’s just the start. If we relied on renewable sources by 55%, what’s going to happen to our planet, and what will happen to our coal, and oil industries?

As soon as the setup is complete to tear down the plant; everybody at this open-source fair are ready to see the old oil refinery go down as they continued riding on these open-source rides. If this fair is successful with their project, they can able to launch an updated version of their fair,–leaving legacy features intact. Everybody is scrambling for their seates to to see the refinery go down. It will go down at 12:00 AM. That’s when the rides will be stopped for a while. If these villagers are so proud of their event; they will keep going with renewable sources.

During the event at midnight; the old refinery is being blown up! Parts of it is going down. These stacks are once used to vent out fumes. These old buildings where workers sleep at are used to house internal workers who used to work overnight. The old fence is already hauled off for recycling. The powerful booming sounds just caused this refinery to go down. It can take up to hours for this building to go down.

When the old refinery is finally down; everybody has cheered! They can able to establish a new garden for their plant-based food. That’s when cold air is cooling down the hotter sections of New Kingdom to reduce drout by 77%. Everybody was happy about their open-source fair. They can able to keep their project going. Choosing open-source is also renewable too!