F6: Sky Ring#140974

Eau de Mort

This particular club was famous for it’s Death Juice, a drink believed to temporarily allow experience of the afterlife to come. The heart appeared to stop and the imbiber enjoyed the most vivid of dreams.


Originally penned by Ace, drawings by Peter Rubin and Will Carey, with Christine Schreyer, Mark MacKenna and Judith Crow

B2: The Narrows#140770


These tools capture the neural signature of dying patients so key life moments can be stored and repurposed from dead loved ones. Lessons from this tool would later be used to blend the material and spiritual world.


Peter Sapienza
Francesca Maria
Will Groff
Shane Liesegang
Brian Shapland

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F6: Sky Ring#141845


seeking to escape the confines of allow or engage in Higher connection with the outside world, Aqualastia would climb the stem towers the top trying to see other land then he would jump from the tower into the ocean. gone for months, Rilao legend says he died-only to return to Shores eight weeks later. then repeating the cycle again all of his days. the story of Aqualastia was codified in a boat ride at the fair ground. telling the story of the cycles of life


Austin Nimnicht, Zhan Li, Patricia Marshall

Aqualastia contemplating his first mythic jump off of stem towers

A1: Laoguna#140877

Nali Attack!

The honorable Enmu Tunami’s birthday celebration in Emerald Square ended tragically, when the family’s puppy Reti was attacked and killed by a pair of hunting Nali. Reti was beloved throughout Laoguna, and frequently visited the children’s hospital. His bubbling personality and cheerful nature will be missed. In the face of this community tragedy, Tunami is renewing his efforts to legalize hunting of the native Nali. “I understand that some of our citizens regard the Nali as a sacred symbol of our history,” Tunami said, “but we must recognize the threat they have come to represent to the basic civil order.”


Matt Yurdana, Tawny Schlieski, Gabriel Brugni