Ok sorry for the long wait just been haveing an interesting summer. I was moveing a lot and I couldn't get to this. Ok the first official chapter to my story plus a nice concept painting too. there will be other pic soon.
It was early morning on the shores of Mudos when an over night storm was passing by. A small amount of sun light shown through the dark misty clouds revealing a monsterous structure. The structure was some sort of oil rig that seemed to have been abandon. Waves were crashing against it as Nobody knew what it was, not even the glukkons. However some folk tell a story about a strange people liveing inside the rig and at night you see lights shineing through it. However some cultures believe this ancient rig built by an unknown super race is haunted. and the ghost and spirits of this race haunt it.
This was the belief of most if not all the peoples of mudos, industrial and native alike. However a young Mudokin traveler named Leek came upon a discovery not to far from the oil rig that will change his life forever. In his ceriousness, Leek saw a strange looking cage lying in a small pool of oil near the ancient rig. He questioned "whats this?" as Leek approached the cage with caution as he took a branch lying near the pool and pulled the cage out of the black muck.
Suddenly without warning two eyes appeared in the black mass, and stared at Leek in such a way that hypnotised him. Through Leek's mind he can hear the voices of 1000 Oddworld languages and suddenly he understood. A voice that said "Free me!" was heard. Suddenly Leek was frozen and frighten to a point to which he couldn't move. Goose bumps ran up his spine. It was as if he saw a ghost. Suddenly he was out of his transe and he took a piece of cloth he had with him in a pouch and covered the cage.
Well little fella I don't know what you are but your comming home with me!" said Leek as he covered the oily cage. And so Leek and his new found discovery was off back home to his village in the hills. But as for the discovery, only time will tell on what it is.