And so the Lexicon continues! The Great Cities of The Grand Engineer are given in very vague detail. While we do have a large (LARGE) write up for each city, we could not fit it on one of the pages (Let alone 5) per city. As such, we will probably leave the details of Cog, Gears and Sprocket for extras. There are a few little notes that must be mentioned, however:
Gears – Higher-ups wear breather masks that are intricately designed to show off their importance
Cog – The political center of the world, ripe with nobles, filled with corruption
Sprocket – Think: Steampunk hippies living in a sprawl, with the highest population of ‘free’ Elementals
On another note, Alli’s hand is starting to not cramp up! This means we’ll be able to start work on chapter 4 sooner than expected! Woo!
The Great Cities:
After Touchdwon, humanity survived with but a small fraction of those aboard the Arcs. As no electronic devices were capable of functioning within Tess’la’s atmosphere, the survivors were hard pressed to adapt the once amazing technology to more primitive times. The three crash sites eventually would become the three founding cities of The Grand Engineer.
The crash sites were built up into their current state. The Grand Engineer used simple designs in order to provide the people with a semblance of their old civilization, though limited by the technology possible on Tess’la
The three cities were called: Sprocket, Cog and Gears.