Our heroes are back! For good this time.

As I’ve mentioned previously, Bierce trades in information. He knows the location of oldworld treasures, hazard zones, fresh water sources, and potential trading partners for isolated communities. All are incredibly valuable in the world of Kindling. He keeps this information encoded as glyphs within his journal so literate individuals cannot simply take his secrets without his consent. Among other things, the glyph beside the name “Alamosa” tells him the town’s size, its level of technology, its political makeup, and its disposition towards outsiders.

The Alamosa of Kindling is built on the remains of the town that exists in our world today. Many oldworld structures still stand in Kindling’s Alamosa. The pedestrian footbridge found in this scene can currently be found connecting the eastern part of town with Cole Park across the Rio Grande.

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