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Clockwork Unicorns do Dream of Clockwork Sheep (The Dark Aether)

The clockwork unicorn looked at the sheep, and the sheep looked back…

The clockwork unicorn picked her way down the rubble strewn street, the air thick with smoke from countless fires…

Dr Falcon hissed at the clockwork bunny, the inventor driven mad by the disease that consumed her, “You do not matter! You do not get sad! You do not get happy! You are just a worthless pile of junk that reacts to external inputs!”…

The clockwork unicorn looked at the sheep, and the sheep looked back…

The church blunderbuss exploded into its component parts, floating before the clockwork unicorn like an exploded diagram. As she studdied the machine she pondered how she could have missed the key changes that made it effective against the dark aether…

The clockwork unicorn approched the end of the rubble strewn street, climbing over the crumpled remains of a hand cart. Suddenly a wooly sheep ran into the road, bounding towards her…

Mr Tenk glowered at the clockwork unicorn waving his hammer, “You do not matter!”.

The clockwork unicorn looked at the sheep, and the sheep looked back…

The eye in the darkness coldly observed the clockwork unicorn, “None of it matters, you do not matter, no one matters.”…

The old lady with a giant bag on her back shouted, “Tell them what you know! Tell them about the light in the darkness!”.

The clockwork unicorn looked at the sheep, and the sheep looked back…

Mr Spires mumbled “You do not matter” as the clockwork unicorn dragged him from the sewers, carrying him away from the madness…

The crab monsters swarmed over the power station, destroying the last few remaining clockwork…

The clockwork unicorn looked at the sheep, and the sheep looked back…

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3 Comments

  1. Tepic Harlequin Tepic Harlequin November 26, 2011

    A light in the darkness… that’s good!

  2. Kristos Sonnerstein Kristos Sonnerstein November 26, 2011

    ((Wonderful dream sequence!))

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