dcr3_script_page_22Well. That can’t be good.

The “River Guardian” is a bit different from his appearance a couple of pages back, and even more different than his first appearance. There are definite similarities between the perceptions, which is kind of the point – like Jesse said on the last page, everybody who perceives it sees something. It’s energy – the mind leaps to the nearest conceptual relative and slaps that “face” on it. If the mind is perceiving something then the eyes have to be seeing something, right?

I’m sure that’s how Jason or Jesse would attempt to explain it, anyway – though neither really seem to be the explaining type. It’s too much hassle. Especially if you’re wrong, or don’t have a full grasp of the subject in question – if that’s the case, then you run the risk of contaminating the inquisitive and those with under-developed bullshit detectors.

Emily’s obviously from a different school of thought. Her attitude dovetails quite a bit with Raven’s, actually. Which is no surprise, given their established but undefined relationship.

Actually, if Analytics traffic is anything to go by, it could be a surprise! You do know there’s another four hundred or so pages of story on the site, right?

The next page might be a day or three in coming – I’ve scrapped the original layout and worked up something tastier, but I haven’t done any of the prep work yet. The backgrounds for this page and the previous two were canned this weekend – with the next layout set I can start prepping the next two pages during my next work session.

Cast

  • The youngest Templar in the Terran ranks, Emily’s first “real” assignment is a doozy – as a “deep cover” observer tasked to fulfill the Waking God Protocols, Emily finds herself living the complicated double...

  • A traumatic Awakening in the summer of 1997 was just the beginning of Thad’s emotional problems. The disappearance of most of his Pittsburgh friends a few weeks later compounded his issues and, while he...

  • An astral entity, abilities and disposition unknown. Emily Ashton refers to it as a “dragon,” and describes it as “- the focal point of the city’s geological energy!,” apparently distressed by the fact that...

Glossary Articles

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    A cognitively-informed plane of perception, Astral Space is a blanket term applied to Astral Projection, Remote Viewing, and other forms of cognitive or psychic non-corporeal translocation in which the physical location of the characters...

  • Pittsburgh

    Most of Dead City Radio takes place in and around Pittsburgh, the so-called “Paris of Appalachia.” Thad is still living there at the beginning of The Dualist, though most of his friends from art...

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