The imminent arrival of Her Majesty's Angel Corps Squadron seems to have ruffled a few feathers in the Cumbrian town of Kendal. A letter leaked to the London Gazette suggests that a rich member of the community has begun talks to form an organisation to disrupt Angel Corps' arrival and if possible chase the squadron out of town. Fallen Angels. As the arrival of Angel Corps grows near, the town of Kendal prepares itself for the chaos that will ensue… Read more.
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Letter From Our Correspondent
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The most perplexing turn of events concerns the overnight return of the Clockwork Project. I can envisage my peers clamoring to get their dirty mitts on these new Clocks this very moment. If reports are to believed, the new units are even more lifelike than their predecessors and capable of learning and, in a sense, evolving. Seeing as the Cabinet has rushed to place ‘ownership’ laws, one of which stats that Clocks must be distinguished by their black apparel, I… Read more.
Where lie the hearts of the common men of London, and why do they turn so readily to crime and to violence? To those privileged to serve Her Majesty, or of sufficient means to elevate their homes and families into the untainted upper sky, that question seems impenetrable. This reporter took a trek to the Fog-drenched pubs of the working class, seeking answers - for when the wine flows and a man is among friends, his heart opens and the… Read more.
The sun is setting over a panorama of dusky masjid towers, and the dust of the immeasurable Sahara lends the sky above a similar hue to the ground beneath. All is sand. Lest I run the risk of forgetting that I'm sitting in Africa's greatest city, of course, my bawab chatters away in his impenetrable Cairene accent, doing his best to distract me from the task at hand. Said task: to find the hashish, to smoke the hashish, to somehow… Read more.