Short story project
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The Old City
Charge down the cobbled streets and past the ancient architecture of forgotten times. Here you’ll uncover hidden mysteries, strange creatures and the smell of old bones.
Fly through the technological and science centre of Ivyside City. Land your craft on the pods or scoot along the urban tracks aboard the dragon train.
Sleep tight, don’t let the ghouls and goblins bite. Place your shoes next to the bed, for the vampire maids to clean. Snoring infuriates the wailing banshees in Room 113.
Witches stir their spells using the dry brittle bones from this underground graveyard. Watch out for patrolling Zombies, who protect the dead from the wicked Skull Snatchers.
Charging points are available for robotic servants. Nesting inside the constant stream of data are the Hack Detectives, waiting to capture the Mining Worms.
vault of the serpent
Don’t wake the sleeping serpents resting in the snake pits. The entrance to the portal is guarded by giant trolls, who are waiting to capture time travellers without a passport.
St Misery's chapel
Standing at the altar is the ghost of Misery, a whining, snivelling spirit and protector of the infamous Diamond of Ivyside. Try to steal it if you dare.
Every thirty seconds the airport welcomes craft from outside of the city limits. City workers, students and the jelly legged traders from Planet Rogue.
The meadows lure those trying to escape the city heat. The grass may be green, but the ground rumbles, as the earth dwellers scamper through their tunnels.
A meeting place for the magical beings of Ivyside. The Chanting Circle meets every Wednesday, to discuss current threats with the Forest Foragers.
Sleep is optional. Drinking a Green Snoozing Syrup is a must. Guests can pay for the company of nightmare catching wizard. The Night Crawlers will protect your room from visiting ghouls.
The Tunnels of Kyo
An ancient labyrinth of quirky tunnels underneath the old city. Secret chambers hidden in the darkness, hold the city’s most dangerous tech and science criminals.