Archive for the 'Exploration' Category

Writing On The Wall

Friday, February 9th, 2007

After reading an article an NWN, visited the Lascaux caves on the mainland. An impressive labyrinth! nothing below sea-level, but a pleasant journey through prim-built caverns nonetheless. I need to bring my rock-sample kit next time.

Also started work on uncovering the Lost Friezes in the Abyssal regions of the moors…

16 Tons and what do you get?

Friday, September 15th, 2006

Recently, i got a tour of another mine under construction at Caledon-On-Sea: The Cossack Mining Company. A small concern dedicated to the production of coal via the power of steam, the mining shaft is partially flooded, though this has not stopped the owners from creating a tremendous cavern beneath sea level. This bodes well for […]

The Blasted Heath

Monday, August 28th, 2006

The barely settled moors of caledon do much to warm my stoney heart- Already it seems like dour edifaces are filling the barren void, castles, strongholds, and empty factories. The large OttoWorks facilities are especially promising. My antennae detect the smell of abandoned industry- Machine grease and decades-old sawdust, as light filters painfully through […]