CCA Technical Negotiations on the Horizon

Seal_Clan_of_Teks_purple_copper_smallThe Clan of Teks has traveled to the CCA's dimension yet again on a mission to determine if the Circle City Aerodrome's Boffin Corps and administrators would be willing to provideĀ  technical assistance in developing dimensional portal stabilization equipment similar to the devices they employ on their side of our mutual portal. Technology scout Caelyn Nagle has observed how much simpler it is to get BACK from CCADim. It is unclear whether or not their portal stabilizers would work in our dimension because it appears that their aetheric triggers, for all forms of aetheric technology are already more stable due to widespread dispersion of the aether particles in their atmosphere. On our side of the rift the aetheric particles in our atmosphere and geology were practically non existent until The Fall occurred. The dense population of comet particles around impact zones presented us with aetheric energy yet again, but in a far stronger concentration which is much harder to harness and control. It was sheer luck that we found that high grade glass made from the sand of the ejecta blanket around impact sites was able to hold and manipulate the unstable and powerful aetheric energy.
Aetheric Flow Regulator

Aetheric Flow Regulator

Caelyn thinks that he has convinced the CCA Boffin Corps to allow us to observe their portal stabilizers in action on our next visit. Hopefully we will be able to find a compromise that will allow us to provide stabilization to the rift portal that goes to where the Airship Passepartout resides. It would be nice to be able to visit them more often. Captain Stemwinder of the COT Dirigible Hammerhead tells us that on our nighttime return trip from CCADim he thinks a small dirigible may have snuck in behind us, then scurried off into the night. We will have to talk to CCA Administrator Kat Alyst about the possibility of setting up security for their side of portal if this kind of thing is going to continue.

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