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The Incident of the Missing Brother: Entry 2
Nelso555
Nov 29, 2015
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The expanse of Pearl Isle, in its entirety, consisted of two major landmasses separated by a large body of water. Upon these landmasses were three major cities, and their names were Victoria City, Edith Post and Warren City. Now, one of these landmasses ran east for quite some way before turning sharply to the south and continuing far beyond the borders of the isle. On the northern part, where the coast runs east and west, upon a cape, is located Edith Post. About halfway down where the coast runs north and south is located Victoria City, where the conversation of Mr. Buckworth and Mr. Dunsley took place. The western land, which is across the water, is where Warren City can be found.copyright protection55PENANALsPWUJlp7F

In the middle of all that water is a series of islands, the biggest of which is Kings Island, as it once used to belong personally to the royal family, some 200 years ago. Now it is used as a trade post, and occasionally a vacation destination. Some of the islands were also used once as research institutions for modern science, but it hasn’t been so for some time.copyright protection55PENANAWtYdY5tGhZ

The waters of Pearl Isle were always busy. Trade had been going strong for centuries, and boats travelled often between the main cities. That being said, the news of vessels mysteriously disappearing had not slowed anyone down, proving perhaps that business was valued over caution, and that these merchants and tradesmen were not scared by the rumours they had heard. Still, four vessels had disappeared in the current month, and two the month before.copyright protection55PENANAGQt9MO1Dvs

If half of those sailors knew the truth of it, they’d be more like Mr. Dunsley, preferring to take the train.copyright protection55PENANAbgU1dPKyeS

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