The next day, the Laetum''s crew was informed by the Laetum''s captain of the Laetum''s status. The captain said that the Laetum''s crew would be landing on the planet about 40 minutes. The captain then explained that the Laetum''s crew would be landing in the vicinity of the Neopian Enterprise, located in the Northen part of the province of the Great Wasteland.
As the Laetum''s crew was transported toward the closest planet, the Zariman ordered the Laetum''s hangar to be pressurized. He then lifted the Laetum''s landing gear, and the Laetum''s crew were released from the ship. The Zariman''s crew called out that they were going to enjoy a little bit of down time before the next job, and the Zariman then followed the crew to the hangar. As they entered the ship, the Zariman was joined by a Laetum''s commander, as well as other members of the ship''s crew. They all congratulated the Zariman on the Zariman''s victory over the Praetor.
As we, the Zariman, depart to the next stage of our journey, we bid farewell to fellow travelers. The Thunder Needle Battleground rests a bit farther along the E-2 highway on your right in a tranquil forest drenched in moonlight and the stars. It is a fitting place to leave the Void for the others, and to ponder our new home.
The Laetum fired its first volley of blasts as a full moon rose, heralding the beginning of the long journey back to Scepter. The full moon bathed the Zariman with its soft light and after being pressed for an opportunity, the Zariman accepted. The first Laetum was given to the Orokin, and then the second was given to the Void. To commemorate the historic first, the Zariman will always launch a fireworks display above the Thunder Needle Battleground during every major victory, with the ceremony last always until the beginning of the new millennium.
The stamp is a fancy word for a marking, and it's commonly found on silver jewelry. The stamp in the picture is stamped on the inside of a ring, where the marking specifies the quality of silver used to make the ring. Most jewelry is stamped with a number, letter, or both. Here are the most common markings. 827ec27edc