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tom [A Boy, a Market, and a Dragon Egg.]
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 "​Dragon eggs, only 120 yuena for one, dragon eggs!" A merchant'​s voice rang out, rising above the unintelligible conversation of the marketgoers. ​ Jato-san was interested, so naturally he went to visit the marketeer'​s stall. ​ "Them are some real live dragon eggs, son.  And they can be yours for only 120 yuena."​ said the merchant. ​ Dragons were a rare site in the land, and castle scholars believed them to be extinct in the territory since the beginning of the second era.  "Sure, I'll take them!" replied Jato-san, eager to show his clan elders. ​ The exchange took place and Jato-san happily ran back to his dwelling. ​ By the time Jato-san got back, it was almost nighttime, so he went to bed.  The next morning, the egg was empty... "​Dragon eggs, only 120 yuena for one, dragon eggs!" A merchant'​s voice rang out, rising above the unintelligible conversation of the marketgoers. ​ Jato-san was interested, so naturally he went to visit the marketeer'​s stall. ​ "Them are some real live dragon eggs, son.  And they can be yours for only 120 yuena."​ said the merchant. ​ Dragons were a rare site in the land, and castle scholars believed them to be extinct in the territory since the beginning of the second era.  "Sure, I'll take them!" replied Jato-san, eager to show his clan elders. ​ The exchange took place and Jato-san happily ran back to his dwelling. ​ By the time Jato-san got back, it was almost nighttime, so he went to bed.  The next morning, the egg was empty...
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