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Question Game: The Rising Seas

been noticing a strange thing about the city while i’ve been working my way through the sewers….

Why did sealevel rise?


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    • Mr Tenk Mr Tenk January 2, 2016

      London is sinking in our world, which might explain all the refugees.

      architctural elements in the underground lead me to believe that sea level was once much lower than it is now.

  1. Garnet Psaltery Garnet Psaltery January 2, 2016

    Sensibly I’d consider it a possible result of the ancient city levels being compressed over time, but a more fun cause might be exponential growth of gelatinous cube colonies in the Vernian Sea.

    • Nyanka Jinx Nyanka Jinx January 2, 2016

      Jimmy, something that large rising out of the ocean would logically make the sea level drop.

      – Dr. Henry Jekyll

      • Jimmy Branagh Jimmy Branagh January 5, 2016

        Not when ‘ee’s strolling towards the city …


  2. Azura Loring Azura Loring January 2, 2016

    My guess would have to be an excessive amount of snowfall is pulling more soot than normal from the sky and it is getting deposited on the ocean floor making the level rise?


  3. Jedburgh Dagger Jedburgh Dagger January 4, 2016

    The water level rise in the sewers was generally attributed to the collapse of the former Mount Hallendon into the far side of the Iron Bay basin (which most local geologists state was due to the overmining of the ridge overlooking the bay during the time preceding the Great Fire) and the subsequent flow changes within the sewer system. While efforts to increase the outflow pumping were thought to support a decrease of overall water levels, the seasonal precipitation changes, coupled with the collapse and the normal number of backups have raised the overall water level city-wide.

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