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Tokoko Refugee Camp

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The journey through the Shattered Sea was by no means an easy feat and after a year of navigating the long stretches of blue between various, sometimes uncharted, archipelagos, the survivors of the Echo Bay Rebellion made their way to the shores of Atlas on their last remaining Junk Ship.

 

With the leader of their rebellion’s whereabouts unknown with others missing and family long left behind in the Aeldenic South East, the Echo Bay Rebels set up camp and begin their new lives.

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*A missive is sent out across the realm’s roadways for travelers to see. It is written in Common and the various prominent languages of the Easterners*

 

“We people of Echo Bay declare ourselves liberated with the death of Khan Ryuu and wholeheartedly denounce his retainer and heir Hibiki the Magician as a practitioner of Dark Sea Magicks unfit to lead the Easterners of Edn. We reaffirm our sovereign to be the Oyabun of the Death Lotus, he who does not ****, Master Bobo Kato represented by his right hand the Wakagashira.

 

Those sick of the Khan’s regime, hear your countrymen - we live to fight another day and finish the enterprise begun. Reunite with us and rebuild your livelihoods. To our brethren from the mainland, Ni hao, haisai, annyeonghaseyo. We will take in all kinfolk willing to contribute to our community and the cause.

 

Death to those who obstruct the revolution! We people of Echo Bay form the land of Tokoko. To our brethren seeking to join our community, send word through the Cloud Temple Aviary.”

 

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Leyo smiles, looking forward to spending time with the incredibly racist Easterners.

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Miyako smiles warmly as she reads over the missive before going back to setting up the camp.

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The dunes of sand across the beach shifted ever so slightly with the gentle rolling breeze across them, coming in from the distant seas that those within the refugees had been so familiarized with. A hearth made of burning paper from food packaging and identical pieces of gathered wood crackled lightly in the empty night while figures were scattered about the shadows of the bonfire on mats and blankets. The Otsugowaras were asleep among a few scattered futons, one of its female members holding the other in her arms, chin resting on her sister’s shoulder as they both slumbered as they always had. The fire was dying as the sun began her rise over the bay, licking across the scorching sands with a gentle wisp as if it had no care for the suffering the group had endured. 

 

Suzuhito Otsugowara’s scowl only worsened as he inspected the food supplies, and began to shout orders towards the exhausted retainers and able men as scrolls upon scrolls of blueprints were unloaded, hurrying the construction of Tokoko. He remarked as men burned through the midnight oil, “We have fled a tiger at the front gate only to find a wolf at the back” 

 

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Hotaru would pray quietly for the safety of her people and the success of this new settlement, lighting a lantern to keep herself company that night as she laid down to sleep. A longtime translator to her now-friend Miyako, the young woman wondered what this fresh land would hold for her future.

 

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Illynora thought of Suzuhito’s delicious cakes, and smiled.

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