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In chapter 8, Leder explains the secrets of Tazmily village. Being that there is no one who talks about 100 or 1000 years ago, the absence of crime, the village's rural environment and various factors. He explains that the villagers of Tazmily are survivors of a previous, huge civilization that was destroyed because of human development.
He further explains that the reason this is not remembered is because every person in Tazmily, except very young children, "brainwashed" themselves in order to believe that they had been living in a state of harmony there all their lives. They believed that their past lifestyle was the direct cause of the calamity that ruined their world. The people's memories of the past were locked away in the Egg of Light, or Hummingbird Egg, in the case that they might possibly need their past knowledge again. Only Leder retained his memories of the village's origin, along with any technology and knowledge from the previous civilization.
In conclusion, the village simply exists as to become a utopia and continue that way indefinitely. However, due to the erasure of their past errors, the villagers became susceptible to manipulation, being unable to learn from their past mistakes. Falling to the folly of consumerism over care for their community, the village ultimately ends up abandoned as its citizens move to the bustling metropolis of New Pork City.
- "Sorrowful Tazmily"
- "Going Alone"
- "Mind of a Thief"
- "A Master, a Father, a Thief"
- "To Sunshine Forest"
- "A Railway in Our Village!"
- "Happy Town?"
- "And Then There Were None"
- "Right Left Light Reft"
- "Gentle Rain"
- "What Now"
- "The Peddler's Grand Speech"
- "Monkey's Delivery Service"