Location – Fallout Shelter

A mossy remnant of a frightened past. Refurbished for the latest threat to humanity.

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Verb – Frighten

“Threaten you? No, this is your way out of this.”

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Adjective – Foreign

Alien strangeness that makes you wish for something familiar.

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For Fawke’s Sake

Consider this an early Sunday, it wouldn’t have quite the same impact tomorrow.

Guy (Guido) Fawkes set out to destroy Parliament on the 5th of November 1605, positive that people would remember him. Remember, remember, the 5th of November…

And we do. But why? The Gunpowder Treason and Plot. But poor old Guy was the fall guy. He’d only been left there to guard it. It’s possible that the entire thing was just a frame. (A really good conspiracy theorist could work out that Parliament wanted to frame the Catholic Church, so they planted it there… I’m sure Dan Brown would be right on that.) Continue reading

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Sound – Emergency

Electronic cries for assistance from death.

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Feelings – Embarassment

Burning understanding as they turn from your words.

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Dark Secret – Extortion

“While the money keeps flowing into my bank account, you still keep half of it. If it ever stops, so does your chance of earning it.”

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Smell – Egg Mayo

Cloying remnant of aged breath. Sometimes good, sometimes bad.

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Location – Eyrie

A breathtaking bundle of sticks, fibres and refuse. Bound to the greatest vantage point.

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Verb – Educate

“There’s what you know, and there’s what’s the truth. Big chasm between the two.”

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