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YHS's Les Miserables prolougue pt.2Prologue Part 2: On Parole/What Have I Done?
A while later, Sulley walked up a hill and passed a cross.He was happy that he was free...though sad that it was only for parole.
Sulley then said to himself, "I'm free. I'm free."
Sulley: Freedom at last, how strange the taste
Never forget the years, the waste
Nor forgive them for what they’ve done
They are the guilty, everyone
The day begins and now let’s see
What this new world will do for me
Sometime later, Sulley walked up a mountain and through a forest, until he came across a village on top of a cliff. Once he reached the top, he saw a few people working on the quarry. He approached the boss, Charles Muntz.
“Can I help? Is there work?” asked Sulley.
“Papers?” asked Muntz. Sulley handed them over and as Muntz examined them, took off his hat, revealing the scars he got while he was in jail
YHS's Les Miserables prolougue pt.1 "YuiHarunaShinozaki's Les Misérables"
Based on the book by Victor Hugo and the musical by Cameron Macintosh
Prologue part 1: The Work Song
We see the French flag in the sea water.
1815 – 26 years after the start of the French Revolution. A king is once again on the throne of France.
We go out of the water to see a large ship being pulled into a shipyard by convicts. Most of these convicts were humans and anthros in all shapes and forms. One of them was a large furry light blue monster with purple spots and blue eyes. He has curved horns, brownish-black claws, and blue spikes that run down his backside to the end of his long dinosaur-like tail. He has bushy eyebrows and a dark teal nose. His name was James P. Sullivan, otherwise known as "Sulley"
Overseeing the work was a slender, well built man on a military soldier uniform
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