The winds of change can be violent, can Markesha and the Team weather them?
The 4th Episode of the Kamikaze saga begins now! Maybe Toshi hasn’t overheard *everything*… Even two centuries after a global blight and the fall of civilization, awkward speakerphone calls are a time-honored tradition.
Toshi has some pointed questions, and by the horns he’s gonna ask them! Directions in Outer Trinity are generally landmark-based, due to the ever-shifting labyrinthine nature of the settlement. Of course, what constitutes a reliable landmark in a constantly changing place is a never-ending point of debate. —- Have you seen the Kamikaze animated short… Continue reading Episode 4 Act 0 Page 2: Cutting to the Chase
Orson’s right on top of giving Toshi some… creative… answers.
Toshi and Orson have some differing views on the definition of “safety”. The encrypted call system used by Orson’s watch allows for far more secure calls than the system used by the team’s implants. In order to remain secure the calls should be kept as short as possible, a fact which matches well with Orson’s… Continue reading Episode 4 Act 0 Page 4: Lines in the Sand
Did the Dagger’s crash landing *really* go unnoticed? Standard emergency equipment for Trinity hovercraft generally includes a basic repair kit, Outlands survival gear, and a high-power radio with encrypted channel support. Optional gear for higher end models includes dueling pistols and a self-powered cooler with snacks, and several bottles of high-proof spirits.
With the Nines inbound, Orson and Markesha aren’t sticking around to find out what happens next. The Nines are debatably the oldest of the gangs around Trinity. Composed largely of Outlander clans which decided to stick near the lucrative periphery of Trinity, the Nines are known for their rough and tumble road warrior looks and… Continue reading Episode 4 Act 0 Page 6: Vote of No Confidence
As the escapees prepare to part ways, Jade has some words for Markesha.
Markesha and Orson debate the wisdom of letting Julian and Ritch tag along as the storm starts to hit.
Meanwhile, Logan is back home getting briefed. He’s focused, but not exactly on the right presentation. Each High House maintains its own news and infotainment broadcast services in Trinity. Universally presented as a public service, the broadcasts often act as a main battleground for competing narratives.