Last Time--The Continuing Adventure of All Fallen
Interim--Character Update Pre-Game of Chapter2

Last time in Data City, the group had fallen into various misadventures and were on the infamous magician’s boat Sublime—

Quentin Vitrol was on the boat and was trying to figure out how to deal with the mysterious ninjas that had appeared Forest and Walk—he possessed a yellow crystal in his sample bottle. At level 7 and 2 levels of Jewel familiarity

Millard Woolshire, was on the boat and Jaylett was the only one who encountered him meeting with Forest the ninja in private—Jewel crystal is Blue—tuning fork

Flechette de Lafayette—after attempting to persuade Ranson to not tie Jaylett up and allow her to go on her pilgrimage for more information about what hole has been unearthed in the middle of Data City—peace was maintained upon the Sublime as her the second in command maintains flawlessly—purple crystal—kept it with her psicrystal—it is keeping it company—

4 ranks in jewel familiarity and the new crystal is growing brighter

Tekhart, Hector—Level 6—does not possess a crystal—after having an encounter with Flechette and Ranson in the Bordeaux house Data Cloud, and trying to intervene with help for the slave girl Melonie. He ended up being brought by Ranson Pelor to the Sublime as an accessory of his being out of his head after being thrown by the giant at the Data Cloud.

1000exp for last session No jewel familiarity

Ico—half way to level seven—rank in knowledge local and the two keys of Sully Lighthouse
No Jewel familiarity

Jaylett relinquished her Green singing Crystal favoring her pilgrimage back to the Centre for more background information on the hole in the ground

And Natsuru, decided to remain behind on the boat and go fishing—-still not trusting any parties involved with the expedition to the HOLE.

Chapter 1--The Axiomite
Our heroes witness the calamity at Data City

In the port town of Data City—our heroes after several trials reach witness a large explosion in the center of Data City—panic ensues and those that are brave among the party fell the strange gold elf creature that is mad e of law-the Axiomite, made of pure math and held over from the dark past.

Quentin, the local alchemist in town, who has a lab and shop where he sells and barters poultices and potions, witnessed the destruction ensuing in Data City and with his potions, attempted to confront the creature in an act of selfless bravery. This was a self less act, Especially so after encountering the Green Room and being disoriented. After destroying the axiomite with the help of other strangers, the enigmatic creature disintegrated and left behind several colored crystals, one of which he retained. Its properties and origin still remain a mystery. (BSittinger Session1 & 2)

Millard Woolshire, a seemingly powerful traveler with the ability to summon a supernatural familiar. He seems to know Ranson Pelor somehow but not much is know about his motives. He put up a valiant effort to destroy the Axiomate and was awarded a colored humming crystal. He has asked Ranson Pelor to come back home to the Unspoken lands.

Flechette De LaFayette—the first mate of the Sublime and also Ranson Pelor’s second in command. She was not happy after the encounter with the Axiomate with Ranson’s bargaining with the gang the Bontok Brothers. She often cleans up Ranson’s domestic messes on board the sublime and currently has a strained rapport with the



Ranson Pelor-NPC

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