G7: Twin Vales#141356

Unreal Reality

While exploring a VR wilderness sanctuary, Rilaons can choose to meet the Shaman, an imaginary character who recounts Rilaon superstitions to the explorer. If you go through during carnival, the Shaman marks the participant with a VR tattoo that lasts beyond the VR experience.

Collaborators

Alen Catolico, Barbara Rodrigues Mota, Jessica Escobedo, Elizabeth Valmont

Links, Media

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D4: District of Gray Eels#142206

Coral Cape Child Sculpture

The children of indigenous Rilao are superstitious of the Virtual Reality images being fed to them on a daily basis. So much that they have created capes made of coral and tree sap that have the power to block out the virtual images surrounding them. However, they must refrain from wearing the cape for long periods of time to prevent permanent blindness.

Collaborators

Eduardo Ramirez Jr, Bill Redmann, Steve Villa, Pascal Forneri

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E5: Senshai Valley#141159

RUNYA SPIRITS

REVOLUTIONARY PRIEST ASSASSINATED IN UPRISING!
“THE SPIRITS TOLD ME TO DO IT”

Vadamoska, a revolutionary priest, channeling the spirits of plague victims, was assassinated by military to prevent a native uprising.

Collaborators

Mary Sweeney
Steve Sanders
Richard Clarke
Bob Buckley
Juan DiazB

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F6: Sky Ring#141858

Coraserve

A superstition exists in Rilaoan culture that revolves around the mining of smart material from coral, an indigenous formation that is considered holy in Rilao and the trade of the coral as a terraforming base. Wilderness sanctuaries have been established to conserve the coral called “Coraserve,” which protected the coral formations and preserve their holiness.

Collaborators

Patricia Marshall, Zhan Li

Posters promoting Coraserves
Poster 1 is of living coral
Poster 2 is of a Scorpionfish which lives in coral

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