|Release||30 March 2020 (Update)|
|Destroy||You can read this from your archaeology journal.|
|On death||Always kept|
|This seems to have been torn from a book.|
|Links||MRID • recipe|
|FAQ • doc|
Sources[edit | edit source]
|Flight research debris||111||1||Uncommon||N/A|
|Gravitron research debris||91||1||Uncommon||N/A|
|Howl's workshop debris||118||1||Uncommon||N/A|
|Keshik tower debris||95||1||Uncommon||N/A|
|Keshik weapon rack||103||1||Uncommon||N/A|
|Weapons research debris||85||1||Uncommon||N/A|
Transcript[edit | edit source]
Chay'ot's injury was not uncommon among aviansie, though far more common since these blasted wars began. For an aviansie to damage or lose a wing, such that flight was no longer possible, was as good as a death sentence back home on Abbinah, and many would opt for Sha'va'taya rather than become a burden on their friends and family. While the practice has long since been outlawed, this new world has such abundance that I was inspired to find another solution, such that those injured so can regain some of their independence and agency.
The breakthrough discovery of quintessence has allowed me to create a mobile power source, and I have initiated Project Carina with the intent of creating a pair of artificial wings. My early designs suggest they will be able to give limited flight even to our human allies, but freedom of movement will be confined to a certain distance for one of our island's gravitational cores. (Note to self: increase both height and range extremities for effective functionality, failsafe mechanisms.)-'Howl'