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Shattered Crystals (Inactive)

Game Master Tare

A search to remember and repair.

Fear spread across many nations when the large crystal-like object dominated the sky above the Worldwound. Many of the nations sent Armies, researchers and any other person they felt appropriate to the borders to investigate. It seemed like the demonic entities themselves were up to something... however investigation reveal that the blighted land... still damaged... was scarcely still populated by the demons. It was then assumed the crystal was a weapon from one of the nations sent here first as a test. This threw everyone present in chaos, people argued and fought each other in a panic, worried that they were next to go when the crystal suddenly shattered....

Wait what... what's going on? Where are you? There are bodies everywhere! What... what happened? You just can't seem to remember ANYTHING.

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