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Places & Things
  • The Underworld
    An immense network of caves, tunnels and carved structures spanning nearly the entire globe. Built by the 12, and divided into individual territories, it now lies in disrepair as it's creators slumber.
  • The 12 cities
    Under construction
  • Voutama
    City of water. It's upper and lower cities are connected by a central spire, atop which the royal families vie for control. The lower city is industrial and commerce driven, the upper is the social and political capitol for much of the underworld. It's shipyard is famous throughout the Underworld.
  • Sivianus
    City of life. It's central caverns are arranged in a concentric shell formation. Vegetation of every kind can be found in Sivianus, as can most forms of life. Many of it's caverns have restricted access due to dangerous life forms, not all of which have legs.
  • Prometos
    City of Gravity. A giant disk, floating on vast repulsor beds. Prometos is a powerful industrial complex, and a gathering port for warships.
  • Mardrillusium
    City of Illusion. Once a vast metropolis of ever changing topography, Mardrillusium was lost to a disaster 50 years ago. It's borders are sealed, but radiation still burns in its outer corridors, and any ship or probe that attempts to approach is lost.
  • Caubin
    City of Suppression. The Black Wielder did not believe that humans were ready for the powers of the 12. And so while his cities were strong, they were simple, and he granted his people only the ability to cancel out the powers of his brethren.
  • The Cicaeda
    An exploration vessel built for Mircigen. It is divided into 3 hull sections, one of which is hers alone. What she does inside is the subject of much speculation. The known areas include a hanger bay, science lab, medbay, crew accomodations, galley, engine room, and weapons bay. It has 6 mining and recon drones and a pair of manipulator arms. The ship was built in Voutama, and is a favorite of its creator.
  • Blackfields
    Generated by Black Crystals, these fields cancel out the technology of the 12 completely. Devices taken inside these fields are often immediately deactivated, and in some cases rendered permanently inoperative. Simple robots are unaffected. Higher level robotics risk permanent deactivation upon entry. Non-melee and explosive weapons of almost any kind are also deactivated inside a blackfield.
  • Ration
    Without the 12 the underworld systems remain in low-power mode, and automatically assign a rationing system to regulate the flow of its diminished energy. Each being is allowed a certain amount of power per day. This can be stored for later use, and has become the primary currency in the underworld. There are 12 varieties of ration, some of which are more valuable than others, and some of which are dangerous to use.
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