The Misfit School for Interdimensional Travel is not supposed to conduct research without oversight from Concord Lagoon. Everyone agreed to this restriction after their thoughtless pursuit of power led to the Pop and traded parts of the Pox'd Cauldron for parts of other dimensions, displacing hundreds of citizens to unknown fates.
Unfortunately, the thirst for knowledge is not so easily ignored, and Tirzo Pallakeen and his team of underground engineers traded favours and technology to the morally flexible Free Realms Commission in order to construct a train that can traverse dimensions.
As tends to happen with technology created without considering ethics, that train has run away and is gradually destroying the fabric of reality. Now it's the Myriad's problem-- and if they can't handle it, it could be everyone's problem.
Follow Michael Blood (they/them) on Twitter @GoodSirBlood. They play Reaching Through the Night (he/him), the Kestrel, a starfish in a mech suit from the Centauran fleet.
Follow Velvet (fae/faer) on Twitter @OGBrownSugar. Fae plays Jhoan "Jo-Jo" Jows (they/them), the Aegis, a shork from the distant dimension of Nazoth.
Follow Keekers (she/her) on Twitter @BeASpaceCat. She plays Keva Zharma (she/her), the Beacon, one of the legendary Sunbreakers who freed Hablon from the grip of the Solar Free State.
Follow Trudy (they/them) on Twitter @Good_Damage. They play Ollie Oxenfree (they/them), the Scrapper, a gene-hacked possum person with an insatiable curiosity and boundless energy.
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Wholesome by Kevin MacLeod
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