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IHNIWTR
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4/20/2015
These areas appear in the early versions of the map, but not in the final game. I'm guessing they were cut out - I suppose I just want to know if there are any concrete plans to revisit or reimplement these spaces or if they're gone for good? It's wishful thinking, but I sure would love to have more places to explore on the zee.

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SouthSea Rutherby
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4/20/2015
  • I do admit I'm hoping to learn more about the Sea of Wings, but I'd completely forgotten about the Deconstruction. I'm as curious as you are. You pose a really good question, if only to indulge in speculation a little...

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    lady ciel
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    4/20/2015
    There are still two Generic Tiles ... maybe sometime they will become the Sea of Wings and the Deconstruction.

    Also I'm sure that I read somewhere that it might be possible for Failbetter to extend the map eastwards if they want.

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    Rook Crofton
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    4/22/2015
    Alternatively, I wonder if these places became the Crying Heights (with their winged foes) and the Sea of Statues (which are in ruins). I can't remember which islands were implemented when those names were still part of the game.

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    SouthSea Rutherby
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    4/23/2015
    Rook Crofton wrote:
    Alternatively, I wonder if these places became the Crying Heights (with their winged foes) and the Sea of Statues (which are in ruins). I can't remember which islands were implemented when those names were still part of the game.


    That's a good point. I do remember seeing a dazzling group of what I could only imagine to be fabulously-dressed bats at one time near the Crying Heights.



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    Diptych
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    4/23/2015
    The Deconstruction and the Sea of Wings both appear on my official map alongside the Crying Heights and Sea of Statues, so I'd say they're rather A: not yet implemented or B: mere zailors' legends.

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    SouthSea Rutherby
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    4/23/2015
    Sir Frederick Tanah-Chook wrote:
    The Deconstruction and the Sea of Wings both appear on my official map alongside the Crying Heights and Sea of Statues, so I'd say they're rather A: not yet implemented or B: mere zailors' legends.


    To be fair, Mr Tanah-Chook, before I went north to Venderbight I heard YOU were a mere zailor's legend... :P



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    Lashkar
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    5/7/2015
    South-Sea Rutherby wrote:
    That's a good point. I do remember seeing a dazzling group of what I could only imagine to be fabulously-dressed bats at one time near the Crying Heights.


  • The Milliner-Bats are something. I hope we find out what the backstory is behind them at some point.

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    Rook Crofton
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    5/9/2015
    On a side note, I just recently discovered an area called 'the Dark Unterzee' (I think) that I hadn't seen before. It was full of spined coral reefs ('ware reefs' was the game's gnomic description) and had the occasional enemy, but no ports. Previously, I had explored the whole map with a different character and never found it. Perhaps, as Sir Tanah-Chook says, they're not-yet-implemented regions - or maybe they're rare regions that only have a chance to be generated in any particular captain's career. (Very roguelike.)

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    Xane Al-Rahibi
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    10/2/2015
    I just found the Ware Reefs as well, I had never seen them before and I searched around for a while to try and find a port, no luck though.
    edited by The Infinite Bookkeeper on 10/6/2015

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    IgnatuStone
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    10/12/2016
    When you sponsor a trading voyage to the east in Fallen London you get a message telling you

    "The Deconstruction," she whispers. "It took everything we had. It gave us this." She holds out a bundle of watchful mechanisms.

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    Optimatum
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    10/12/2016
    The Deconstruction is referenced in some Zubmariner content feat. the Sixth Witness.

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