Wolf 359 (The Outer Limits) - Opening Narration

Opening Narration

Outward stretches the quest for truth. Stars without end. Timeless infinities. A billion, billion galaxies. Man's imagination reaches out and out, while betimes the farthest reaches of knowledge are found in the smallest places...

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Opening Narration

The opening narration of a story, whether video game, book, film or otherwise, usually gives the reader or viewer background information necessary for a full understanding of the plot. It sets the scene, creates atmosphere and introduces a character.

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