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B2: The Narrows#140563

safety toy

childs safety toy, since littel children are prone to talk to strangers , they are especially exposed to tpeople with the plague. in order to get the sick people to see which children should be kept at a distance these kids are carrying a toy that indicates this, a toy inspired by the muka tree

Collaborators

jane kachmer, aaron fooshee, marlise mccormick, chris farmer

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B2: The Narrows#140014

The Ball

Rilaoan children begin to develop their abilities to project energy from their bodies very early in life. One of the examples of how they develop this consciousness and skill set is the ball. The ball is a simple rolling ball controlled by children as young as 3 with a mind/will projection. Very talented children have been known to be able to make the ball jump.

Collaborators

It was just me, Andrew McGregor, based on the card by Robert Cooksey!

Thank you!

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BUMPAND
G7: Twin Vales#142406

Bumpand

The Rilaoans would play with the toy at the clubhouse by exchanging pieces with each other through motion and dancing, perhaps kissing and retaining energy they then plugged into the archipelago energy system.

Collaborators

Jessica Escobedo, Eric Liu

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C3: Red Highlands#141107

Imagination Deck

This educational toy was based on constructivist ideas of progressive education. Students used the cards to create story prompts. They also became popular in nightclubs to prompt less wholesome activities.

Collaborators

Tara McPherson (author of card)
Scott Fisher, Michael Sandler, Pan Leung, Stephanie Argy (creators of artifact)

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H8: Green Bite#142050

GEO HERO

A device worn over the eyes that videos the user, transforming them into a superhero they construct and places them in locales they chose around the island of rilao as well as imagined islands aside rilao with the goal of finding different landmarks. Once found they leave messages, objects, virtual gifts that can be retrieved once visiting that location in person. They of course can play with others virtually and gift things to other co-players including fake and real adversaries.

Collaborators

Shaheen Amir (sketch); James a Sullied (author)

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B2: The Narrows#141907

Border Guard House

We found piles of hidden objects in the Narrows Guard House, Hidden away in secret cabinets, holes, and carrying bags. These indicated that guards were helping to smuggle brain control technologies out of Rilao to the rest of the world.

Collaborators

Robert Cooksey, Per Beith, Chanel Summers, Jai Sayaka

This is a bag found stashed filled with various mind control technologies

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A1: Laoguna#140449

Eye necklace

Islanders with ambiguous sexuality use this distinct piece of jewelry to identify themselves. Its beads, which look like eyes are used as marbles with which sexual favors are payed for and exchanged.

Collaborators

Alli Hornstein

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