after the Great Mastodon Fire of 1988, all new instances were built fifteen feet higher than the old ones. the old instances fell into disuse but still exist forming a series of passageways and tunnels beneath Mastodon, the Mastodon Underground as it is known
@Taweret Hey, I've been down in that dreary, dreich place a few times. The steady dripping leaching from above helps to the further destroy the moldering old posts strewn about. Mention of something called 'twit' and a truly odious form of powerful mind control that used to exist in the before times called 'facebook'. Be sure to take an extra battery for your torch - it's not a place where you want to be trapped in the dark!
@Taweret *camera pans over to show the sign for Rad town, now with graffiti on it* and over here we have a warning for what was a once populous and influential instance; "The way is shut. It was made by those who are dead, and the dead keep it"
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