G7: Twin Vales#141887

Aquatic Mining Chant

Rilaoan miners use mental control to operate robots on extraterrestrial asteroids in space.

These robots harbored in a communal marina on each asteroid, are sent deep into the subterranean crevasses of the asteroids to acquire rare aquatic space minerals – essential of the rilaoan economy.

To pass the time in the mines, these robots chant a subversive song about one day being free of their mentally controlling human captors.

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evin mcmullen
Heather Barker
Philippe Bergeron
Judy Cosgrove
Ronni Kimm
Anne White

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B2: The Narrows#140562

Muka whales

The military in the Rilao has, ever since Lao oil discovered an endless source of Muka oil, helped out occasionally to load barrels of oil on to ships, as a strengthening “warcry.” They would sing “muka, muka, muka.” And so too would the whales, as their own “warcry”.

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Aaron Fooshee, Jane Kachmer, Marlise McCormick, Chris Farmer

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J9: Echo Canyons#140376

Rilao Victory Song: Unity in Nature

“By 2014, Rilaoans have transcended the evils of colonialism initiated by Raymond Lau at the end of the 19th Century. Soul searching in every valley of the island leads to a unified goal of creating a large wilderness sanctuary on the island. A national song celebrates unity on the island.”

While investigating a wilderness society, we learned of this song from 2014 related to Rilaoan colonialism.

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Brendan Harkin, Joanne Kuchera-Morin, Mark Montiel

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