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One fine evening, Emerson Lighthouse, now retired from knightly deeds, got the building bug. His neighbors in Wheatstone Waterways watched with growing concern as strange machinery began to take shape in the lot behind the Clockhouse in Wheatstone Waterways.
* A Brief Letter to H. G. Wells by Emerson Lighthouse
*Image: Should I be Worried? by Bookworm Heinrichs
* Sitting on the Dock by Petharic
* The Warehouse, Part Two: In Which Our Hero Meets A Peculiar Aethernaut] By Orpheus
* On the North Fells by Petharic
* An Unfortunate Display of Temper by Petharic
After Petharic’s outburst Emerson discovers a deep hole under the Gangplank
Malus seems less than eager to go into the hole beneath the Gangplank
Petharic and his young friend, Johnny Dawkins, received an unfriendly welcome
* A Curious Encounter Beneath the Gangplank by Petharic
Emerson sends a small team down the hole, while Brother Lapis attempts to translate a scroll
The adventurers descend into the pit to rescue the others and are pursued and soon seperated
Malus and Kaylee are captured by an unexpected foe
Gilhooly finds Johnny Dawkins, while Petharic and Junie delve deeper into the remains of the Dunsany Institution
* The Children of Dunsany by Emerson Lighthouse
Emerson and Lapis try to find a way out of the Martian dungeon, while Malus and Kaylee make the best of an escape opportunity. Junie and Petharic meet Dr. Joseph, director of the Dunsany Institution.
The situation grows dire as Dr. Joseph and the Martian princess prepare to launch, which threatens to destroy Clockhaven.
Malus works on disabling the rocket under Clockhaven and has a confrontation with Dr. Joseph. Gil leads the party out of the caverns, and Malus finds he has a lot to think about once they are all safely back at The Gangplank.
* The Gates of Power by Emerson Lighthouse