Nico Sauer was probably born as the 3rd or 7th child of a nomad family in an unexpensive hotel room close to a cold lake surrounded by no trees in the eastern part of Western-Central Tibet. His family had ended up in that remote part of the world for going on a holiday trip they had won in a discount shop and that later turned out to be a concealed German-Chinese settlement project that aimed to repopulate the abandoned Tibetan highlands while strengthening the political relations of both nations. Most other families meant to settle the region immediately returned back home just at the sight of the hotel which was not the freely levitating giant white pearl as it had said in the description but a tiny black cube with seemingly no entrance. Sauer’s family however attempted to enter the cube by just walking into it, like they had seen it in several movies before. By doing so they entered something experts would describe as a parallel dimension. It exactly resembled the dimension they had left with the slight difference...

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