The Bridge

Some people believe that at the end of days, a bridge will appear that only the worthy can cross to reach the world that comes after the end of days. Others believe that the bridge is always present, but can only be found near the end of days.

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One adventurerer, Eli Munse, believed that he found the bridge, and took a company of humans, bandearg, and a single dwarf across. Non of them came back, but a local woman began hearing voices that night and claimed they were the voices of the people that crossed over. She said that there were just two of them, but they wouldn’t stop bickering, and soon after began to drink heavily until her death eleven years later.

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The Kre caves were named after a powerful earth komorebi named Kre Karson who built them using his komorebi to create passageways through the many rock formations in the Grayrock Canyon. Each cave is just a short passageway rather than a dead-end cave. When asked why they’re completely square, he told them that sarcastically that if they wanted pretty caves, then they could use their komorebi to come down and smooth out every single rock.

The Cornish Circus

The Cornish circus is one of the few human-run wonders on Ferella. Unlike the ancient human circuses, this one is truly run by the animals. The animals in this circus are descendants of the ones humans first brought with them to Ferella. Like humans, they underwent mutations when they arrived, gaining the ability to control the twelve komorebi.

The animals that remained in the circus are Technology Komorebi. Technology is the komorebi of reason, and they gained unusual intelligence from their abilities. They used that intelligence to run their circus and maintain the creature comforts that their ancestors were accustomed to when they were owned by humans.

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The animals found that most humans didn’t want to do business with animals, or thought they could cheat them, and the circus gained a reputation for harming people who refused to pay. The Cornish family offered to become the face of the circus to deal with humans on the animals’ behalf, and the animals were only seen during their acts or by their employees after that.