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Challenge #03831-J179: Full Customisation Options

They had built a special building that was oblong and with shock absorbers to be quake-proof. This form they'd tested, heavily, in scale, on a quake simulation machine. But it was very hard to get their fellow Deathworlders to trust their design. Until a particularly LARGE quake, showed why the building was such a strange shape. -- Anon Guest

The floors inside were padded. All the walls were curved and all the doors were oversized arches. The buildings themselves lay on articulated springs with inertial dampeners. The Humans looking at them had one objection.

"It's an egg," said Human Nudd, reluctant to enter her shelter. "You expect me to live in an egg? I'm not a chook."

Companion Nes had not been prepared for this rebellion. Their humans had previously enjoyed novelty-shaped practical objects. "It is egg-shaped, I grant, but this structure is scientifically recommended in environments where crushing damage is a significant risk. Those sky-rays are wont to roost on anything and other structures do not have the ability to withstand their weight."

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Challenge #03814-J162: All Due Caution

To stay in this city, all strong magic users had to wear an amulet that suppressed their magic as far as it could go without being life-threatening to the magic user. Why? To protect the magic user from the unstable energy of this place, which was still healing from a massive series of storms that had only recently, that is within one human lifetime, had been quelled. -- Anon Guest

They said it was the last strike of the Xenophobia Wars that

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Challenge #02389-F199: Be Prepared

There is always an outsider. One that, although they accepted the risks of space travel, are extremely hesitant to accept any OTHER risks. -- Anon Guest

The Humans have a very apt saying: There's always one. In this case, there's always one traveller who takes certain aspects of travel way too casually... and others way too seriously.

The livesuit was one of the best ones on the market. In-suit cleansing, bio-attachments, and necessary padding in silky comfort. The manufacturers bragged that a

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