Under the Statue at Station VIII

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Description summary:
The description varies according to the level of Station VIII Commemorative Development.

Station VIII Commemorative DevelopmentDescription
1 - Statue to Mr Veils (Deceased)The cowl is lovingly rendered. The face, wings, and talons […] are concealed from view […]. Bolts of whisper silk and veils-velvet are arranged at its feet. The plaque expresses the cheeky hope that Mr Veils will one day visit its statue.
2 - Statue to Mr Cups (Deceased)The cowl is lovingly rendered. The face, wings, and talons of the Master are concealed from view[…] Cups, goblets, and chalices of all sizes are scattered at its feet. The plaque expresses the cheeky hope that Mr Cups will one day visit its statue.
11 - Statue to Mr FiresThe cowl is lovingly rendered. The face, wings, and talons of the Master are concealed from view, either through modesty or from a desire not to alarm the citizenry. Candles and lanterns and a bronze coal scuttle are arranged at its feet.
12 - Statue to Mr WinesThe cowl is lovingly rendered. The face, wings, and talons […] are concealed […], either through modesty or from a desire not to alarm the citizenry. A cellar's worth of wine bottles and casks are arranged at its feet, to help the viewer identify it.
13 - Statue to Mr PagesThe cowl is lovingly rendered. The face, wings, and talons of the Master are concealed from view, either through modesty or from a desire not to alarm the citizenry. Stacks of documents are arranged at its feet.
16 - Statue to Mr IronsThe cowl is lovingly rendered. The face, wings, and talons of the Master are concealed from view, either through modesty or from a desire not to alarm the citizenry. At its feet are various pieces of industrial machinery, and... are those ingots?
17 - Statue to Mr StonesThe cowl is lovingly rendered. The face, wings, and talons of the Master are concealed from view[…]. At its feet are stones and cut jewels, though rendering these in bronze has made them somewhat less impressive than they might be in life.
18 - Statue to Mr Apples[…] At its feet are an assortment of apples. The artist has plainly tried to convey several varietals here – a Braeburn, a Marshstain, a pallid chertapple – though one or two of the specimens sag oddly as though made of flesh rather than fruit.
19 - Statue to a Veteran Revolutionary!A defiant expression, a dynamic stance, and a lit bomb in her left hand. She looks ready to burn the factory and everything around it.
20 - Statue to Yourself, Expert in the Uses of ExtractsThe statue portrays you as something between a mad chef and a laboratory scientist. In one hand there is a skillet; in the other, a beaker.
21 - Statue to Yourself, Companion of the MastersThe statue is an imposing group composition: yourself seated in council with the Masters, who are seen arranged in a semi-circle at either side of you […] The sculptor has taken some liberties […] so that you do not appear embarrassingly small.
23 - Statue to Mr –, which is to say, Your Future Self On The RoadFATE
25 - Statue to Mr Cards, which is to say, Yourself[…] The face, wings, and talons of the Master are concealed from view, either through modesty or from a desire not to alarm the citizenry. The deck of the Marvellous is in your hand, and the accoutrements of a gambler are arranged at your feet.

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Unlocked with Station VIII Commemorative Development

Card drawn in Station VIII

Occurs with Standard Frequency

Options:

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Practice sketching the Statue to (subject)

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Read the graffiti on the Statue to (subject)

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Write something to sear the eyes of fools and lift up the great powers

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Have this statue removed (3 FATE)

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    Success

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