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Charon knows a lot of things that our protagonists don’t. The post-cataclysmic world is one in where communications have broken down and news don’t travel far, but Göteborg City is isolated to an unusual degree.

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Erin: I'm sorry, I froze for a moment. You're right, this is a lot to take in. I never heard of anything like this before. But you saved me twice... So... thank you. I'm grateful, really. And now that I've seen all this, I have no choice but to accept it. Just tell me one thing... This
chaos and destruction? Your powers? Is this normal out there?

Charon: Yes and no, human. This storm isn't normal. If it was, humanity would be, finished already. This is abnormal weather is caused by a group of villains. But this town is not normal, either. The humans here are so ignorant. It's not their fault, but they are.

Walls and shields are common sense in this world. But the walls surrounding this town are more than that. They keep humans in. Keep other humans out. Keep you in the dark. Human, there is so much in this world you don't know about. And far from all of it is horrible. It's the beautiful things that are really dangerous. To those who keep you locked in here, that is.

But enough about that. The storm is not over yet, and you are injured. It would be best if I could deliver you to one of your shelters. Is this an option for you?

Erin: I'm sorry, I can't...

Charon: Ah, I see. Criminal record? I expected as much. You seem like a good human. Do you have anywhere else to go, then? Charon always takes the humans arrive where they are meant to be.

Erin: Well, about that...


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