[color=#0066ff]"Congratulations! We’ve gone through all the stories, and it’s unanimous: yours were by far the most interesting."
The Season of Embers has finished. If you played The Bones of London, Written in the Glim and Required Repairs (The Exceptional Stories from June, July and August) you will have received an item unique to each tale.
Should you wish, you can trade in these items to unlock a short tale suffused with lore and adorned with an alluring reward.
This option opens today, and will be available permanently to anyone who has completed the three stories above, so there is no need to trade in your items by any deadline.[/color]
[color=#0066ff]The three stories of the Season of Embers are now also available to buy or replay for Fate, from the Fate tab! [/color][color=#0066ff]
Play A Visit from the Quizzical Auditor to begin, delicious friend.[/color]
I take it that Mr Fires is not a fan of Sunless Skies.
I like how Mr Fires twisted my words about how authority is good for London into me supporting an Orwellian dystopia, even though he is one of the chief causes of said dystopia. The only reason why I didn’t go back to change it is because I’m in a rush to cash in my Tear for Master’s Blood.
What is the point of going back to the Surface anyway? Most of us will probably die due to enacted Law, the few who don’t will get bored out of our minds without things like Prisoner’s Honey or cheating Hell itself. No, if we’re going to remake the British Empire, we might as well dream big and conquer the Far Wilderness itself, at least once we help the Bazaar and the Sun survive their ordeal.