Indus River

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“Godzilla! Get away from our territory or else you will suffer in heavy monsoon rains and let your spirit in p-purgatory! YOU!”
~ Mothra on Godzilla

The Indus River is a river that flows through Asia. It is the place where the legendary Mothra, Sascrotch, Willy-on-wheels, Tonboukra and Kawasaki have lived. It is well known for having Godzilla forbidden from entering. Some people have rumored it could only be safely accessed at the same exact hour as when Sascrotch and/or Sasquatch would eat a peanut or peanut-flavored delicacy; however that wasn't obviously true. Mothra was known for creating monsoon floods to protect itself from creatures like humans and Godzilla. Many people have discovered how the Indus River is dangerous, and people have to follow safe instructions for survival and their own safety. The Leviathan is often thought to live in Leviathania, a place far down below the Indus River.

The Indus River's water is the most cleanable source of water in the Indus region by humans. The Indus River is also is dry in little portions, but it can flood easily. To find out more about this, keep reading below and see some goodness. Nearby tributaries include Soan River, Kabul River, Shigar River, Zanskar River, Shigar Valley, Astor River, Astrid River, Asshoe River, Ashoe River, and Gilgit River.

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A previously nice boy that has been sprayed into devil silk by Mothra.

edit Origins & Survival

“Ahhh, if I met the Mothra, I would compete with my awesome powers against Mothra's also awesome powers!”
~ Captain Oblivious on Indus River

The origins of the Indus River are quite a mystery, some people say that a natural heap of soul and resource has made Indus and the Indus River hard to survive through. The Indus supports habitat of warm-weathered life, and some organisms thrive with life here. Due to the Hoop Snake living in the Indus River as an invasive species, it is thought to be that having both a hippopotamus and a rhino with you would help, but people usually end up being the target instead of the Hoop Snake. Since the Indus River has a good source of alloy, people must survive through the Indus River to get their brass and solder.

The Indus River formed during the time of Pangaea, when most modern land and bodies of water were starting to form to what it is like now. It then eventually started growing bigger after the Cretaceous, where it had water then but still retained its modern shape. The Goof Car is its left bank tributary near Ladakh. In the plains, its left bank tributary is the Chen Nub which is quite silly because most rivers don't have a hundred tributaries.

In The Future is Wild, it has stated that 100 million years from now, harmless species such as Reef Gliders will start appearing and reproducing in what remains of the present day Indus River.

edit History

“And they did a "wrong" travel!”
~ Paul McCartney on Indus River history

The Indus River was not that known by the Europeans or the New World until circa 1699, when Jean Racine and Edward Gonzalez (aka Ed Gonzo) discovered the previously unknown legends, and they named it the "Australius Caecitas concussus Faerius-lon", which means "The Southern Fairies' land of striking, retaliation and the cause of blindness", hence the name because of all the beasts and souls that live there make it a somewhat horrendous place to be in the Eastern world. Both travelers died this time due to Tonboukra (name comes from Japanese tonbo, meaning true dragonfly) making the last blow of the deadly ending of Racine's and Gonzalez' lives.

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One of the secret forgotten tales of Mothra.

edit Frederic Norden's sighting

When Frederic Louis Norden was traveling to Egypt and writing a book about the travels, he and his fellows went to his path to the Giza Necropolis that went through from the Indus River. Frederic and his fellow travelers had a good supply of horses, carriages and UFOs, so most of them would be okay. They called it the Voyage d'Egypte et de Nubie; which means "The North of the Nubian River of at the Egypt called death" in Retaliation. A couple of Frederic's fellows got killed by a couple of genies around 1739, then Frederic himself cutely died in 1742. The rest of the fellows were okay, and they used their UFOs and horses to protect the fellows' and horses' lives out of the Indus River and back to Scandinavia.

And then, their Voyage d'Egypte et de Nubie book was finally published, during in the year 1755.

edit Modern times: The Indus River

When modern safari discoveries were properly used and then became popular, Josiah "Jay" Malarkes (last name means Malarkey in Hebrew) in 1874 discovered that everyone are realizing that death can happen in the Indus River. He used and coined the term Indus River, which means "Eastern Death River" in some foreign languages. He noted all the ladies and gentlemen that "Death can happen in the Indus River. It's not good at all. There are beasts in the Indus River. They believe in Purgatory, not Yahweh". For the Hebrew version of the past quote, see below at the last portion of the section:

מוות יכול לקרות בנהר האינדוס. זה לא טוב בכלל. יש חיות שם. הם מאמינים בגיהינום, לא יהוה

edit Geography

The Indus River is classified with a region called the Indus that stretches from Tibet and all the way to Tajikstan to the west and Mizoram to the south. As the Indus River is not the only one in its region, as there is a bunch of other places and tributaries in the Indus region, people are studying hard on the Indus River, giving good clues on what the Indus is.

Indus River/Region - A whole informational essay on the Indus region.

UnBooks:Travel guide to Indus - A full guide on the Indus River, valley and region.

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