Markesha meets her coworkers, but Toshi can’t stick around. He has deadlines to hit.
Audrey and Link are taken aback by Markesha’s lackluster social graces.
Markesha races to her father’s aid and finds strangers standing in her doorway.
Sunshine, snuggly blankets, smoke billowing on the horizon and dad yelling for you. Ahh, a tranquil morning in Trinity.
Since the Withering classifications of storms have continued to be a measure of a weather systems strength. The Old World Saffir-Simpson scales were lost within a generation. A new storm system scale was created over time and included broader definitions. The naming convention used changes from city-state and region. Trinity uses a system devised by Weather Scout founder and Ancient Old World historian Nikki Orleans. She based storm naming conventions on Ancient Old World myth.
“Ch-ch-ch-changes! Turn and face the strange!” – Butterfly Boucher
It’s a clash of personalities when Markesha and Orson find themselves in familiar environments with new… perspectives.
Everett makes a heartfelt, if naive appeal to collaboration for the greater good of Trinity.
So ends Act 0! Act 1 will start on Nov. 8th, but check back in next week for some cool hiatus content.
Yvonne decides that her grandson Everett is the ideal messenger for her disdain of Logan
Delegate outburst quelled, Logan is back to his favorite activity: needling others.
Jackal’s ill-fated mission is displayed for all to see, but it’s not Jackal that catches the Council’s attention.