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Dream Draught Distillery

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Dream Draught Distillery

Dream Draught Distillery offers a unique experience which is possible thanks to the supernatural variety of Sybal-Heim. A Lakota man by the name of Chaska (not to be confused with Minister Chaska Palla) has the sybal power to infuse the spirits he distills with the property of dream induction. If the drinker chooses to go to sleep immediately after drinking the spirit, they can sleep for up to four hours depending on the amount consumed, dreaming the entire time, which makes it an effective sleep aid. This portion of the effects persists into the following day if the alcohol is stored in an appropriate air-tight container beforehand, but wher
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Ephemeris Matchmaking

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Ephemeris Matchmaking

Minister Chaska Palla’s serious demeanor may be at odds with the culture of the rest of her district, but her fascination with the stars is not. Her construction of the Heiros Observatory gave birth to a number of ancillary establishments that happily make use of the telescope there for their own purposes. Astrology is a booming practice in Sybal-Heim, bolstered by the special significance of the night and by the existence of not one, but two sets of stars. Thanks to Chaska’s extensive investment in promoting astronomical knowledge from the outside world, a complicated industry involving the celestial movements of the city sky, th

Yong Heng Temple

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Yong Heng Temple

The turning wheel of birth and death grinds to a halt in Sybal-Heim, and many hold that filial piety towards those who made the sacrifices that would allow their descendants to one day enter becomes even more important for it. For this reason, Yong Heng Temple was built as one of the first structures in the city. The priests and genealogists of the temple welcome any citizens to contribute spirit tablets bearing the names of their ancestors for ancestor veneration, and offers genealogy services to piece together lineages using what the citizens can recall. The massive Chinese-style temple includes multiple halls, each with extensive room for

Musa Museum

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Musa Museum

The laws of supply and demand hold no less true in Sybal-Heim than they do in the outside world. While Basileus pays careful heed to these laws when deciding what materials and in what quantity to conjure into being for his citizens, there are some who are interested in what he does not conjure: the artifacts newcomers bring along with them from outside the city. Clothing, jewelry, books, even perishables; the demand for such goods always outstrips the supply. Purists treasure the only “natural” objects in the city. Private collectors seek to add to their stock of unique items. Some religious practices give traces of the old world

Cosmetic Surgery

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Cosmetic Surgery

“Wen Ta Yeh?” Ta Yeh’s lifted his head off of the foot of the hospital bed. His visage was a criss-cross of bandages, which covered parts of his chin, cheeks, forehead and the entirety of his nose and one of his eyes. It was all superficial, the doctors had said, the sort of injury that looked gruesome in the moment but, with prompt medical attention and the healing of the sybal change, would be completely gone the next morning. His good eye narrowed at the two officers standing before him. “Yes, sirs?” His voice was fatigued, but there was venom in it. The officers looked at each other briefly, and then one o

Achilles Rupture Prose

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Achilles Rupture Prose

    The Quideldrome thronged with people, and the sound of voices and feet carried for blocks away from the sports center of the city. But it was for protest, not sport, that the crowd was packed, protest of the commission that had been used and abused with such abandon. There were no teams and captains at play, no puck or ball moving back and forth across the fields.   Or were there?   The lieutenant stood solemnly, surrounded by the red-clad police force as he surveyed the scene. His men and women were on edge, their hands grasping at their staffs and batons. They were there to supervise the protest, to keep it under control. But what c
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Dream Draught Distillery

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Dream Draught Distillery

Dream Draught Distillery offers a unique experience which is possible thanks to the supernatural variety of Sybal-Heim. A Lakota man by the name of Chaska (not to be confused with Minister Chaska Palla) has the sybal power to infuse the spirits he distills with the property of dream induction. If the drinker chooses to go to sleep immediately after drinking the spirit, they can sleep for up to four hours depending on the amount consumed, dreaming the entire time, which makes it an effective sleep aid. This portion of the effects persists into the following day if the alcohol is stored in an appropriate air-tight container beforehand, but wher
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Ephemeris Matchmaking

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Ephemeris Matchmaking

Minister Chaska Palla’s serious demeanor may be at odds with the culture of the rest of her district, but her fascination with the stars is not. Her construction of the Heiros Observatory gave birth to a number of ancillary establishments that happily make use of the telescope there for their own purposes. Astrology is a booming practice in Sybal-Heim, bolstered by the special significance of the night and by the existence of not one, but two sets of stars. Thanks to Chaska’s extensive investment in promoting astronomical knowledge from the outside world, a complicated industry involving the celestial movements of the city sky, th

Yong Heng Temple

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Yong Heng Temple

The turning wheel of birth and death grinds to a halt in Sybal-Heim, and many hold that filial piety towards those who made the sacrifices that would allow their descendants to one day enter becomes even more important for it. For this reason, Yong Heng Temple was built as one of the first structures in the city. The priests and genealogists of the temple welcome any citizens to contribute spirit tablets bearing the names of their ancestors for ancestor veneration, and offers genealogy services to piece together lineages using what the citizens can recall. The massive Chinese-style temple includes multiple halls, each with extensive room for

Musa Museum

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Musa Museum

The laws of supply and demand hold no less true in Sybal-Heim than they do in the outside world. While Basileus pays careful heed to these laws when deciding what materials and in what quantity to conjure into being for his citizens, there are some who are interested in what he does not conjure: the artifacts newcomers bring along with them from outside the city. Clothing, jewelry, books, even perishables; the demand for such goods always outstrips the supply. Purists treasure the only “natural” objects in the city. Private collectors seek to add to their stock of unique items. Some religious practices give traces of the old world

Cosmetic Surgery

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Cosmetic Surgery

“Wen Ta Yeh?” Ta Yeh’s lifted his head off of the foot of the hospital bed. His visage was a criss-cross of bandages, which covered parts of his chin, cheeks, forehead and the entirety of his nose and one of his eyes. It was all superficial, the doctors had said, the sort of injury that looked gruesome in the moment but, with prompt medical attention and the healing of the sybal change, would be completely gone the next morning. His good eye narrowed at the two officers standing before him. “Yes, sirs?” His voice was fatigued, but there was venom in it. The officers looked at each other briefly, and then one o

Achilles Rupture Prose

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Achilles Rupture Prose

    The Quideldrome thronged with people, and the sound of voices and feet carried for blocks away from the sports center of the city. But it was for protest, not sport, that the crowd was packed, protest of the commission that had been used and abused with such abandon. There were no teams and captains at play, no puck or ball moving back and forth across the fields.   Or were there?   The lieutenant stood solemnly, surrounded by the red-clad police force as he surveyed the scene. His men and women were on edge, their hands grasping at their staffs and batons. They were there to supervise the protest, to keep it under control. But what c
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Sybal-Heim 5 Character Facts Meme

Sybal-Heim 5 Character Facts Meme

I got tagged for this thing. If one of these facts is something I've shared before, let me know and I will add an appropriately unknown fact. The Rules 1. Post these rules. 2. Post 5 unknown facts about your SH character. 3. Tag 3 other characters. 4. Post their names along with their creators' avatars. Ta Yeh 1. Ta Yeh (大業) is not his birth name; it is his courtesy name. His birth name is Chi (志). He has not shared it with anyone in Sybal-Heim except his wife. 2. The default flavor of his fruits is peachy. A fruit with very little knowledge will taste like a peach. With more knowledge the fruit will take on a new

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