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Planet KUDRA was discovered by an expedition fleet from Lasan when it left the Lyra systems approximately 16 million years ago to conduct its research and search for human life on the other side of the Milky Way. in the process, the fleet came upon the yellow human KINTEN and NIIPER races who, on Earth, are now called CHINESE (Kinten) and JAPANESE (Niiper). Their expedition troops at the time brought roughly 4,000 people back to Lasan, whereupon they were settled on various planets, which was their wish. As normally occurs, the population increased, and in the course of thousands and millions of years, the peoples became considerably more populous and eventually occupied five planets in the Lasan alliance of planets. Then, approximately 6.7 million years ago, these peoples fought wars and had power struggles amongst themselves, whereupon a number of individuals from each race united and fled in 9 spaceships. During their flight they followed a well-known path that had been discovered in the Lyra system by the old Lasans around 22 million years ago before their time, when the Lasans had followed a fragment of a planet and a destroyer planet that had devastated several home planets of the races in the Lyra system. This path led the refugees to an enclave of the galaxy beyond the galaxy's spiral arm, to a sun system with two wonderful planets capable of supporting life - namely, to the SOL system and Earth. On this planet Earth there existed in former times a gigantic landmass, an island, in a world-encompassing ocean, and this is where the refugees settled, in the remote north-eastern region of the former single continent, the Asia of today. The planet had already produced independent life some millions of years before, including that of human life forms. Furthermore, in some regions they also encountered groups of human beings, whose ancient ancestors had also fled from the Lyra systems.
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