Waysterra

Wasteland Biweekly Briefs 1

A collection of brief stories from around the continent.

FAMOUS BANDIT LEADER FINALLY IN CHAINS.

After a nighttime raid on his latest hideout, famed bandit Bruto Regan has finally been captured by Sheriff Geory Hines of Parma, Metropolis East. Inspector Higgin of Bernadelli Indemnity refused to comment on any timeframe of return of stolen valuables. Father Bernid of the local Long Now chapel called it “A blessing”, stated that the church was “[…]glad the whole mess is over, and people can return to their lives.”

SURPRISE VISIT SWEETS UP HUNTING FESTIVAL

Surprise visit from famed Piccolo Sweets energized the already stellar Eve of Eirgrell sendoff show. “I can’t wait to try and top this next year,” says Jane Amisidhe, sitting mayor of Barstow, Metropolis North

RAIN IN SILVERMONT LEAVES PROPERTY DAMAGE, BODIES, QUESTIONS IN ITS WAKE

Experts baffled at strange weather event that has left dozens of citizens homeless. Bernadelli Indemnity has no estimate yet on how much property damage was caused. Investigators and scholars are trying to look into how this happened. Waysterra East Freight says their Farm Northwest line will continue running, and will serve aid workers at reduced rates.

SPRINGHILL PAPER CO DENIES PRODUCTION ISSUES

Allegations of timber worker stoppage found to be unsubstantiated. Senior worker officials could not be found for comment.

NEW STUDY FINDS THAT 75% OF PEOPLE COMPRISE LESS THAN 3/4 OF WAYSTERRAN POPULATION.

Researchers baffled by new study, will publish official findings in next SciFact Quarterly.

WAYSTERRA EAST FREIGHT CELEBRATES THIRD CONSECUTIVE QUARTER WITHOUT MAJOR UNEXPLAINED INCIDENT

Bernadelli Indemnity increases WEF’s rating from “Abysmal” to “Tolerable”, where it joins TransWest at the second highest rating Bernadelli has listed rail companies. Vennerrail remains at “Untouchable” status for 250th straight quarter.

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