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    Forgotten History

    Kieyotie McDermott
    Kieyotie McDermott

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    Post  Kieyotie McDermott on Mon Dec 05, 2016 1:02 pm

    You live on a backwater planet where people don't believe in interstellar travel anymore.
    The old relics are all but myth and legend as they no longer exist.
    There are great mysterious metallic formations around the planet, but must be natural as no one could create such things. (The old terraforming ships have been salvaged and worn down with time after more than two thousand years. The world has been forgotten about and has regressed to the 18th century.)
    You live near one of the rural ruins and while exploring fell through a rusted out floor into a strange room.

    {This could be run as a dungeon delve.}

    {You find a strange device that looks like a telescope in a case that has survived in the slushy rusted mess. The case is a watertight polymer and has protected the contents, a solar powered astroscope. You charge it during the day and can see the stars at night. (You figure this out through experimentation. You know this artifact is worth more than your family has made, ever, but you want to see what it is and how it works. There looks to be stamped language on the device. When it powers up, it picks up the Matrix signal and begins to update. The boy watches this process and realizes he can prove the myths are real. He also realizes what this would do to his world.}

    You are the reason I cuss so much!

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