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The Unexplored Places

Oct 3, 2023

CONTENT WARNINGS: discussion of auditory hallucinations


I heard a story, once, from one of the original settlers, out in Swallow’s Pass, about the first time she saw a ghost in the Ruin. The ghost of her father, dressed in his work clothes, standing in the distance, in the fog, and calling her name. She said it felt as real as anything she’d ever seen, chilled her to the bone, and while she’d never believed in ghosts before, she knew this had to be one. But, she said, the strangest part was, her father had died on Earth, when she was seventeen. Two decades before any human ever set foot on Antarras, two decades before the first ships left Earth in search of this new home. “Is this hell?” she asked herself. “Have we fled a dying Earth only to find ourselves where the dead were already destined to go?” 


This week, on Ruin’s Gate: A return to Jericho yields surprising results.   



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