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Thanks for the greeting, Novokachidonia!

Novokachidonia

West supergeers

Hu

I can't believe that I died

Novokachidonia

Novokachidonia

Ditto.

Namportu

Hello I am new.

Namportu

Hello darkness my old friend

Welcome Multivia! This isn't the busiest region but it sure is peaceful.

Novokachidonia

"A map of the world that does not include Utopia is not worth even glancing at, for it leaves out the one country at which Humanity is always landing. And when Humanity lands there, it looks out, and, seeing a better country, sets sail. Progress is the realisation of Utopias."

Oscar Wilde

Namportu

Novokachidonia

Darn it, died again.

Novokachidonia wrote:Darn it, died again.

These things are sent to try us.

Novokachidonia

Novokachidonia

Namportu wrote:These things are sent to try us.

Stupid cte ...

Novokachidonia

... and again ...

Novokachidonia

... and ... again ...

Namportu

*A white van pulls up across the street. Two burly people emerge from the front, and make their way to the rear of the vehicle. They open the rear doors, and start to unload large cardboard boxes. Each box is labelled with it's destination in black marker. "Bedroom". "Bathroom". "Kitchen". A third, smaller individual climbs out from the front of the van, and breaks into a smile at this latest box.

"That's the one we need. Get that one inside first. The electric should be working. Let's get that kettle plugged in, and make a nice cup of tea."

*With the removal van long gone, the smaller individual decides it's time to meet the neighbours. Two of the nearby houses look like new-builds. The mailboxes outside read Tensei Suraimu (presumably people of Japanese origin), and Levram. The fourth house has a sign out front that reads Blissfulness. The garden is reminiscent of Cyprus, with red, pink, and white geraniums sharing space with cyclamen. The Teahouse proprietor drops a card into each mailbox, inviting them for tea.*

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