Monday, December 9, 2013

Sector T-3: Events & Encounters

The good folks at HereticWorks have just come through with a table of events and encounters for sector T-3 of Keppler23B. Here's a sample ...

1. The last 3 planetary days have seen a massive pollination-event along the coasts of the salt-sea. Thousands of species of plants are involved. Everything is coated with a 1d4 inch layer of sticky pollen in a wide array of colors.

2. Due to a series of violent underwater tremors followed by the venting of super-heated volcanic gasses, there have been multiple die-offs among deepwater fish. The venting has also formed a series of pockets of warmer than usual waters rich in sulfur and selenium, among other trace minerals. Where the fish have been decimated by this event, hordes of shellfish, crustaceans and other, hardier species have proliferated in the hotter, more acidic waters of these pockets. It is undetermined as yet if this is only a temporary phenomenon, some sort of cyclical event, or a one-time cataclysm.

3. Forest fires have swept portions of the Mountain Ranges North of the Great Bay. The fires were started by thunderstorms.

If you want to read more, head on over to their excellent blog and let your eyeballs do the walkin'.

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