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  1. Hey there! What are your 3 favorite Bionicle beings to play (like skakdi or zyglak) in PBP RPGs and why? Also, what are you favorite elements to play? Why?
  2. Act 1 Scene 5 is available. Thank you for reading UNfallen.
  3. Act 1 Scene 5 Vakama gripped his mask in weary pain. His dream still haunted the dancing shadows of his forge. He took deep breaths and focused his gaze to the silver blood coating his red palms. "It isn't real," he muttered. "It isn't real." In his dream he was old and weary, and a dim fire burned within him. He lived in a strange desert village that came under attack. He went to help, but the lights of a wheeled vehicle blinded his view. He heard the rumbling of its engine, then felt the impact crushing him into scrap. Voices called for him. "Vakama," Lhikan said, standing in the doorway of the forge. The lights from deeper within the room cast dark shadows across the toa's features. The mask maker dropped his hands and sat down on a stool by the forge. He blinked, and Lhikan still existed. "I'm, when," Vakama asked. Despite his best efforts, concern wormed its way into his voice. After a deep breath, he tried again; "Toa Lhikan. Please, come in. What brings you to the furnace?" Lhikan stepped through the doorway once invited, his gold armor glinting in the firelight. The room grew warmer, the fires sensing a kindred spirit in the warrior's soul. "Am I interrupting your work?" "No," Vakama lied. His current project sat in a treatment vat turning into molten goop. "How can I help you?" Lhikan smiled and accepted the lie; "I'm here to help you. How are you?" Vakama stood up and went to his workbench as he spoke. He couldn't look Lhikan in the eye, and already the small lie tortured his conscience. "Everything is fine. I've hired several assistants for the project, and once the Great Temple finishes blessing the ingredients we should be able to begin the hammering out of impurities." "Don't push yourself. It's okay to rest if you need it," Lhikan commented. "It's okay, the golden masks will be completed in time. What matters is the lives you save using them." Vakama glanced down at his bloodied hands. He understood now: the blood was yet to come, and it would be his fault. "Vakama, I don't doubt your willingness to sacrifice for our cause. I'm not supposed to tell you this, but I've put your name down as a candidate for the next Forgemaster of Metru-Nui. I trust you, but please, for all that is holy you must rest. It will save lives in the long run." Vakama bowed his head in shame, fingers clenching the side of his workbench. The fact he felt pride in his work and excitement at the prospect of fame and titled glory broke his spirit. He would be a killer by then, one undeserving of title or praise. "Yes, Toa Lhikan." "You must rest. Sit down, drink something, you look half in the forge yourself." Lhikan pulled the stool towards the door and fresh air. Vakama followed and reluctantly sat down. After a few minutes of silence between them, Lhikan asked; "Is that blood?"
  4. Dearest Whisper. In my evocations of your name I did not dare imagine you would stir from slumber. Please, allow this chronicler to recount what has come before and has come again... Act 1 Scene 4 is available. Thank you for reading Unfallen.
  5. Act 1 Scene 4 Farewells and introductions proved difficult for Lhikan. Something about the repeated words, the ceremony of it all, grated on his psyche. Why say goodbye? Why say hello, when he knew the entire relationship would sputter out eventually? All turned to ash. However, each helpless matoran who crossed his patch treasured those moments. He upheld the farce for their sake. “You’re right, I suppose,” Tuyet admitted as they walked out of the Archives together. “About what?” Lhikan asked, realizing he missed the entire elevator ride back to the surface in contemplation. He held his hand on the lip of a metal doorway, but when did he get there? Ever since the last battle, remembering the little details grew harder, and the inner world of his mind seemed to pull strongly against the reality without. “About Nidhiki playing tricks,” Tuyet elaborated while sliding onto the plush, maroon colored seat of their small, private airship waiting for them at the skydock. She kicked a foot up on the intermediary table between the u-shaped seating arrangement and clicked her fingers for a drink. An attending vahki poured cool water into a gold-rimmed crystal goblet. Lhikan slipped more tersely into the remaining space, silently seething at her copping his favorite spot. The port-side seat suffered from overused springs beneath the stuffed cushioning, and Lhikan hated how it felt on his back. “Yes, tricks,” Lhikan muttered to himself. He stared at Tuyet coldly and she stared back with the calculated look of innocence often flashed in public. “Nidhiki’s mission is vital. To avert the blockade on Artahka we’ll need all the help we can get. Removing the armistice with Xia is critical for the continued munitions supply of our frontline.” “Sure,” Tuyet said after a long pause. “I meant the fact he’s useless. But yeah, let’s totally stick with what you said.” Lhikan growled and his eyes burned with fire, but they were airborne. Too late to leave without attracting undue attention from the media. Instead, he stood up and stalked towards the other end of the cabin where the open doorway to the cockpit waited. “To Ta-Metru,” he barked at the vahki plugged into the controls. “Immediately.” “Off to see your little seer?” Tuyet asked with an evil smile.
  6. Oh! Yeah I know Doronai. Some folks on the site play it I bet you could get a group together.
  7. Act 1 Scene 3 Each oily puddle in the decrepit tunnel glittered with the hazy reflection of flickering ceiling lights. Thick layers of soiled propaganda posters held up crumbling sections of the walls, touting slogans of long abandoned unification, once vivid colors and poignant words long lost to time and decay. Unidentifiable wires with filthy tape-covered protective coatings ran the length of the hallway like the roots of some ancient tree located deeper within. Three drab colored matoran stood in the brightest part of the tunnel. One sat on a grey, large, locked box while the others acted as muscle for the operation. The seated one’s back remained rigid and his eyes stayed alert behind his mask despite the hours of dreary inactivity. One of his guards felt the smooth trigger of their ghost blaster. Designed for larger beings, the weapon looked comical in the mercenary’s grip. The third stuffed her hands in the pockets of a thick, heavily patched jacket and leaned on a wall, pretending to ignore the others. They all stirred anxiously as the sounds of footsteps drew nearer from further down the tunnel. “Close enough,” said the seated matoran as a puddle’s surface rippled. He watched the closer puddles for any signs of movement. “Took you long enough.” “I’m here, that’s all that matters. Do you have it?” The voice echoed down the tunnel, but the three matoran couldn’t quite place its source. “Maybe,” said the seated matoran. “Do you?” A silver cylinder clattered across the floor, rolling to a stop at the matoran’s feet. The cylinder was approximately two feet long, and over a hand wide. He picked it up and observed the small indicator lights on the top of it before stepping off the box. “There’s less than a full tank this time,” he said. He wrapped a knuckle on the cylinder. “Where’s the rest? He’s not gonna like being shorted.” “You’ll have to deal with it. Blame the war. Destral isn’t exactly a swim in Ga-Metru.” After a long pause the matoran shrugged and said; “fine. I’m not gonna sit here and argue with a toa.” He gestured to his guards, rose from his seat, and they all walked away with the cylinder carried in his arms. But the locked box remained.
  8. Which TTRPG? I'm always looking for a new BIonicle themed TTRPG System. Also welcome back!
  9. Act 1, Scene 2 Moody red lighting filled the room, distorting shadows into thin and evil things. The red heat lamps dangling overhead brought some sense of warmth to an otherwise frigid bunker. A dirt packed floor and unfinished walls defined the space of the room. Metal braces and earthquake beams compartmentalized the outer edges from an inner space surrounding the great discovery. “It’s still under analysis, but we’re clear of a few things regarding the artifact. It’s very old based on the samples sent to the labs, but at the same time it resembles some of the newer technology we’ve been seeing from Xia during the current armistice with the vortixx, possibly even Nynrahn,” said Chief Engineer Nuparu as he pointed towards the large, ring-like structure taking center stage atop a concrete and sheet metal dais in the large underground chamber. Nuparu stood with a slight hunch to his posture, a tool apron weighing him down over the dark linen robes of his order. Despite the oil stains on his hands and the corners of his pakari, Nuparu did his best to look clean in the presence of the City’s protectors. Normally the onu-matoran inventor sat behind a desk in the Coliseum, or worked from his studio loft in the upper levels of Onu-Metru, and remained outside public view. He relished the opportunity for field research, but he found adjusting the gears in a vahki’s neurocore more intriguing than speaking with political leaders. Nevertheless, he did his duty. Lhikan nodded in attention with his arms crossed stiffly across his chest. “So what does it do?” “We don’t know,” Nuparu replied. His vahki assistants stripped of their exterior plate armor scuttled about, clockwork mechanisms chittering and clattering as loudly as their own peculiar dialect of matoran speech. If the artifact was the Archives, Nuparu felt confident he and his vahki stood at the public admissions gate. If only he could explain to Lhikan why he didn’t know. That was the interesting part. That was-- Lhikan’s eyes narrowed; “Who else knows about this?” “Only those selected by Turaga Dume.” Nuparu pulled a flax hand towel from his apron and began wiping the slick stains from his palms. Nuparu continued; “I thought Toa Nidhiki would be in attendance today. He’s not actually hiding is he? Having the rug pulled out from under you once is quite enough.” “Nidhiki? No, no. He’s been busy playing tricks elsewhere,” Lhikan said. Nuparu took the queue and didn’t ask further. As Nuparu and Lhikan talked, Tuyet rubbed a hand on the warm metal surface of the ring-like structure. It felt like protodermis, but it felt warmer than regular metals. She realized the heat lamps must have been running for a long time. How long did Turaga Dume wait before summoning the Mangai? Her gaze wandered across it, taking in the five individual sockets where something about the size of a kanoka disk might fit. Part of the top and upper right of the structure was missing, meaning a sixth unknown socket based on the spacing of the other five. She huffed in frustration. The longer she stared at it though, the more she felt a sense of nostalgia. Why couldn’t she place it? She jumped up onto the dais for a closer look. “No, please Toa Tuyet, don’t interact with the artifact we don’t know what it might do yet,” Nuparu pleaded as she brashly stood up in the center of the ruined ring and began roughly examining by kicking her foot against the metal and pulling on anything loose. “It’s fine,” Tuyet countered as she tossed a torn wire to the ground and ran a hand across the machine in its disrepair to prove her point. “You know, there’s writing in these sockets.” “Yes, yes,” Nuparu agreed in the hasty tone of someone trying to find a way to politely ask another to stop. “We’re still determining the meaning and what programs it may be referencing. Some of the spelling is found in other ancient coding languages. We’ve requested an expert in that subject. The writing could also be a reference to--” “No, it’s not like an engineering thing,” Tuyet countered as she ran her hands across each of the sockets present. Matoran letters were carved behind the exterior panel of each socket, difficult to view but easy to feel. She closed her eyes and imagined each letter one after the other in her mind. “They’re names, Nuparu: Whira, Whisper, Sorilax, Icarax, and Caedast.”
  10. Act 1, Scene 1 The elevator descended into darkness. It’s cage-like design rattled loosely in misalignment. A flickering emerald lightstone illuminated the space within, casting long shadows across the tarnished metal bars and graffiti covered grate floor. Two impatient toa and one anxious matoran filled what little space existed. A toa of water wearing a studded leather jacket picked flakes of dried blood from her knuckles as her red and gold companion huffed smoke into the air with irritation. Both looked the part of weary heroes, although the moral veneer of their rank grew thin with the centuries of war. The matoran of earth by contrast dressed plainly in the robes of his order. Lhikan grumbled under his breath as he turned the matoran’s clearance badge over absentmindedly in his hand. The noble toa of fire found himself desperately hoping each time he flipped it over something new might appear. Each time it read; Tehutti, Resident Archivist. If found, please return to the nearest vahki. Tehutti stood in his corner, trying to think of something to break the tension in the air. Silence scared him. In particularly quiet moments, Tehutti often heard the roars of titanic beasts and the falling of rain echoing from a great distance. He chalked it up to lack of sleep and too many trips to the rahi rooms. The more he considered possible conversation topics, the more deeply Tehutti felt the pain of his inaction. At last, he blurted; “Did you find the kidnapper?” Lhikan sighed and didn’t respond. Tuyet leaned against the bars and continued focusing on her knuckles as the elevator descended ever deeper into the heart of the Archives. Tehutti looked at his big clumsy feet the rest of the ride in painful silence. When the elevator doors finally screeched open, Lhikan strode through without a moment’s pause. Tuyet gave the archivist a thin smile. “It’s been a long night,” Tuyet said, then followed after Lhikan.
  11. Loved the new chapter -- excited to see what comes next!
  12. UNfallen - Prologue Was it worth it? Incense smoke wafted lazily through the air, transporting and otherworldly. Rain fell, grey and unrelenting. Only a thin pane of floor to ceiling glass defined the outside from the inside, but the cold of the storm permeated so forcefully as to leave mildew tracks across the frame. The glass shuddered in the gale. Beyond, a thin rim of frozen ice stood as a bastion against roiling waves glittering with starlight, half hidden in the forbidding mists of opportunity. A thin and dark line obscured by the weather hinted at a greater world enveloped in the inky darkness of departing time. That far shore lingered without definition, only promise, and from it beckoned a haunting golden light. He stood in solemn contemplation of the worlds beyond, his back rigid and restrained despite the exhaustion of his eternal toils. He breathed the incense, and filled his synthetic lungs with the burnt history of civilizations. His cold heartlight beat slowly, contemptuously. A silver disk of protodermis rested in his hands. Its polished surface reflected the room behind, but not him. A perfect circle, the disk represented so much more than purpose or possibility. He held the future, but a future at the cost of itself. Was it worth it? He blinked, and remembered standing across the waters on the island shrouded in mist. Memories returned, palpably real. In the space of an instant he stood one foot in the present and his other in the past. The machine rested before him in its disrepair; a once circular structure echoed the shape of the disk in his hands, now tortured by misuse and neglect, still active despite all attempted destruction. Components were torn away to reveal a hollow interior of softly pulsing muscle and sinew soldered to wires and metal struts in grisly excess. The rain fell around him, soaking his white robes to a dark grey in the shadow of the machine’s golden light. It needed many pieces to be whole, and over countless cycles of oblivion he gathered them, coveting them like starlight in a jar. He held the disk before him, filling the open space of the machine with it in his view as if plugging a drain. Was it worth it?
  13. Thank you for reading UNfallen. This is the review topic for UNfallen.
  14. Popping by because @BULiK was amazing and recorded the post-game celebration! For those who may not have seen it, you can tune in here: Wish you all well, I'm enjoying vacation.
  15. Thanks everyone for attending! It was a pleasure getting to spend a few hours talking about the game, the surveys, the burning questions, and the characters of renown. You all created a very cool world together. I wanted to answer some of the questions we didn't have time for in the AMA section: 3. The Time Between Time is stable. You put the Makoki Stone back together -- you fixed it! As for whether the fix is permanent... 4. The universe begins as it ended and ends as it begins, as Miserix commanded. Or was it ends as it begins? In any case, the universe returns to the point of divergence that is the start of SKE. However, things may have changed... 5. As the events of all three games did occur, in the instance of the trilogy as played Nuparu does recreate the vahki and the krahli. However, another version of the trilogy may begin with Nuparu never having made the machines he encountered on Ehlek's Flying Fortress... 6. The people who followed Zataka back are affected by the cycle. Perhaps that is why Zataka in SKE came to Metru-Nui in the first place? The visorak pirates in SKE were, as mentioned during the AMA, under the command of a certain Sidorak and his viceroy Roodaka. This was one of those plot points that was thrown out in case players wanted to chase the rabbit down the hole. SKE was all about throwing as much as possible at the wall and seeing what stuck, to use a metaphor. Zataka led those who chose to follow back to the Ark that we started the game in during SKE. Technically, you are correct that is not within the bounds of the Time Between Time. EDIT: MISC. I also wanted to share some information from the Surveys! While we did talk about this during the celebration, a great question was asked by @pokemonlover360: "how many people responded to each survey?" I think this is a good questions because it's asking how accurate of a representation of the player community are the surveys providing. I'm happy to say surveys regularly achieved greater than 50% response ratios when total submissions were compared to total active players. Additionally, throughout the entirety of the SK trilogy, you all stated that SK was -- on average -- above a 4 out of 5 in terms of personal enjoyment! That's honestly wonderful, and made the GM team proud to continue working on bringing new content to the games. Something that was surprising from the final trilogy survey was that approximately 70% of submission responses stated they had not read the entire game for all three games. This really explained the number of questions the GMs received, and showed there was definite value in some sort of weekly wrap up in the OOC topic to keep folks up to speed. If you have any questions regarding what happened in the SK trilogy, my first response will likely be "did you read all the posts" just to make sure I can point in the right direction moving forward. There's a ton more data to sift through so if you have specific questions please feel free to continue asking in this topic or by PMing me. I'll answer when and as I can. I hope in the long term I can provide a more professional-looking breakdown of what was learned throughout the process. Needless to say, your contributions to surveys made a direct impact on how GMs altered the course of the game, designed mechanics, and tuned what already existed into something more in line with player expectations. Player Voted Awards: Below is the ranked list of Player Characters mentioned as favorites on the trilogy survey (number of mentions to the right of name). Stannis 8 Kilo-M9 6 Sidra 6 Knichou 5 Nale 5 Zaliyah 4 Barius 3 Kanohi 3 Ostrox 3 Taja 3 Viltia 3 Keitara 2 Korruhn 2 Skyra 2 Sorilax 2 Whisper 2 Apex 1 Atamai 1 Aurax 1 Berys 1 Irna 1 Jutori 1 Leklo 1 Mahrika 1 Marrow 1 Mazor 1 Mega 1 MU-Vahki 1 Oreius 1 Parnassus 1 Rose 1 Thom 1 Vashni 1 Vulimai 1 Waveahk 1 Yumiwak 1 Below is the NPCs mentioned in the survey as fan favorites (Number of mentions to the right of the name). Dume/Grime 9 Boss/Nektann 6 Pridak 5 Axxon 3 Nuju 3 Tuyet 2 Miserix 2 Admin 1 Carapar 1 Lhikan 1 Mantax 1 Spiriah 1 Takadox 1 Vhisola 1
  16. SK POST-GAME CELEBRATION DETAILS Date: 8/7/2021 Start Time: 15:00 Hours Pacific (about 3 hours from the time this is posted) End Time: 17:00 Hours Pacific (approximate) Location: SK-RP Discord Server Agenda: Celebration, AMA, announcing the top player voted PCs and NPCs from the trilogy, and a special surprise... POST-SK Survey Last Chance The survey will be closed to additional responses at the start of the celebration. If you haven't gotten a chance to send in your feedback and you still want to do so, you can contribute here.
  17. Happy August! With the celebration on the 7th, feel free to post any questions in this channel you want GMs to answer. We'll do a round up during the celebration as part of the AMA section, and will be answering submitted questions from this topic first. A link to the celebration will be provided in this topic on the date of the event. See you soon!
  18. Hello Everyone! Come celebrate the ending of an ERA with the GMs and fellow players via the SK-RP Discord server. Mark your calendars for August 7th 15:00 hours PDT for our first post-game event! We'll be roasting and toasting many of the characters from the trilogy as a whole, having an AMA section, and revealing something special... See you soon, Kughs
  19. It's so adorable and reminds me of trucks I used to ride in as a kid.
  20. SK Trilogy Survey "Thank you for joining us on this incredible journey of creating a collaborative story set in the wonderful universe of SK: E/R/A. The survey linked above will focus on each game and the trilogy as a whole. Please know this is a longer survey, and you may find it best to complete in a cozy place with plenty of time. If you played SK in any capacity, we would love to hear from you!" ___________________________________________________Prior Post_____________________________________________ @pokemonlover360, I wanted to answer your Post Game Questions as best I could. As a general note, the questions were really good and I loved trying to find the best way to answer them. Q: SK:R leads to SK:E. Do the events of SK:E proceed identically to what we previously wrote, then to SK:R, then to SK:A, with no changes between repetitions? This is a difficult question to answer simply, but I will try my best and will involve a mutual understanding of this concept: memories are us recalling the last time we recalled something. Okay, here we go: This trilogy was designed from the beginning to cause a specific experience when returning to SKE at the end of Apocalypse (if that occurred). Our memories of SKE are now intentionally in conflict with the new interpretations and readings of SKE after playing through SKR and SKA. This does not mean our memories are incorrect: it means we have to decide which version we believe. I like to think both can exist at the same time. Q: What other endings were available? Any ending players created, just like the ones you fashioned during this playthrough. I spent a year and half actively tracking all the different plot threads so that they could merge into a cohesive story at the end while still leaving room for player interpretation. A few clear endings based on in-game milestone accomplishments that could have occurred: Takadox was found at the Earth Suva: you all would have gotten two Great Disks very quickly, which would have shifted the way Kaita ACRs were unlocked. This would kind of have a butterfly effect across the game as a whole. Takadox was maybe the only “good” barraki, so there was an option of attempting to get him to aid in returning to the GSR by using the teleporter in Mata-Nui’s skull (leads to the Orbit ending). No Makoki Stones? Island vanishes, everyone dies. Luckily, Sorilax and Sala installed one in SKR so that ending wasn’t an option. No further Makoki Stones? Island fades, nobody dies. Despair and grief reign. Miserix cannot complete the Winding Walk. This is an interesting one. If she was stopped from completing the Winding Walk, she would not become the Mata Nui inhabiting the Krom Sphere during SKE (yes, that’s Miserix now). Icarax is defeated before experiencing the game’s end: the revelation of “The Drawer” is obfuscated and left undiscovered. Spiriah Wins: the cycle stops. Nothing continues and Confusion reigns. Spiriah feeds on the nightmares of those who are unfaithful and continues to rage a war against Icarax. This would lead to a Lightbringer vs Darkbringer war, with different values and individuals behind the names of those historic organizations. Ehlek Wins: you don’t want this one. Trust me. It’s the real bad ending. Grime is never revived: Grime was the pilot for Miserix’s Ark. Should one portion of this duo fail, the other would as well. He was Miserix’s greatest weakness. Tuyet Fails: another fun one, but I’ll leave that up to the community to try and figure out. There are more (such as All Makoki Stones placed not in Overtime), but I’ll save those for maybe another time. Q: What's Spiriah's deal? Was he trying to do anything? Why was Icarax boarding up his home from Spiriah? Spiriah’s deal is pretty simple: he is content with observing, enjoying life as a deity, and has decided the surface world is too small. He’s content to wait as many cycles as it takes for him to get what he wants. What does he want? You’ll have to keep waiting. Icarax’s last milestone was to see the game end. Through regular dosing of Pure EP Icarax read the Narrative and discovered player characters had a way of avoiding difficult situations: stall and do nothing. Icarax copied that behavior to avoid any sort of conflict that might jeopardize their goal. However, they did want to see the game end, so they would happily provide assistance to those who sought them out, kind of like the cranky old person at the end of the street who gives kids candy to go away. Getting involved in anything would have increased the chances Icarax might be destroyed, so they just didn’t do that. Q: Why did Mata Nui's head want more? Because it was never enough. MORE! Q: How did Icarax ascend to great spirit? Icarax’s final milestone was to witness the conclusion of the third game. Q: Explain Nuju. Stay tuned. Q: What loot was present in the water and earth suvas? What were the puzzle solutions? Given the trend with other suvas, I’ll happily reveal that the toa tools of Gali and Onua were in their respective suvas. Perhaps in another playthrough the solutions will be discovered. There were additional clues for how to avoid the apocalypse, along with helpful items that provided more lore to connect the dots. However, these will be left undisclosed for now. Gali’s spoke of the future. Onua’s spoke of the past. Q: What was in the great temple suva, since nobody ever looked? In general, Turaga Dume, Lhikan, Nidhiki, and Tuyet all used the suva in the Great Temple. So their gear, masks, and other misc. items (nidhiki’s neck massager for instance). A few choice items I will not mention, as they may be something to discover in another playthrough. Q: Can the Hiko let you travel between Zakaz and the GSR? No. The Hiko as far as I’m aware does not allow traveling between dimensions, planes, or spacetime. Q: What was Ehlek's big ol' device that we didn't have time to deal with? I assume you mean the giant power reactor that ran on souls? It’s a giant power reactor that runs on souls sucked that were "recycled" as Nuparu mentioned. This was his way of creating “renewable energy” on his flying fortress. Solar would have probably would have been a better option for the long-term, but the estimates for installation were too expensive to be financially justifiable. Q: Datrox Karvan MC??? That’s something only Tarn and Snelly can answer together. A Datrox Karvan has walked into the Time Between Time. What happens next sounds like an exciting adventure.
  21. @Snelly for posterity's sake, and because loot is fun and awesome, Skyra's Loot Drops from her surprise Far Shore Adventure Crossover Extravaganza: Skyra successfully completed her main prompts as well as one optional prompt. Since she entered the Far Shore Portal after fixing it, I will be doubling the loot rolls. Additionally, for each character who joined her in the adventure I will be adding an additional roll as well. I believe this equates to 13 rolls on the Far Shore Loot Table: 19: Datrox Karvan followed Skyra NUVA through the portal as an MC. 11: +1 Psychological Flaw and Balta’s signature tools (see BS01) 4: Skyra’s signature katanas are now made of protosteel 16: Great Kanohi of Levitation 8: Kanoka disk with digits 3-8-5 20: Void Sickness (see Expansion 3) 13: Midak Skyblaster 20: Golden Mask (Translation, Concealment, Telekenisis, Mind Control, Night Vision, and Illusion) 6: +1 Vuata Maca Crystal 8: Vakhi Staff of Control 3: +1 Psychological Flaw 7: One Krana Ja. When worn allows for telepathic connection to all other krana gained through Far Shore Adventures. 11: +1 Vial of Antidermis
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