Story Update: Postworkers Draw the Line!

Slavers in the Iron Works took note quickly of the actions of the Postworkers, which resulted in these being plastered across the wastes:

It takes a lot of guts and a lot of stupidity to attack Postworkers. There are a lot of evil people in the world, but this is a line for many of them. But for those that were considering it, both the Trade Union and the organization referred to as Murder, Inc. made their thoughts on the matter public. Rumor is, Saltwise across the waste got a secret letter directly to them from Murder, Inc. calling in their debts.

The letters above stopped pretty much everyone in their tracks. The visibility that this conflict was starting to get has made it something we can’t ignore anymore. The fight was about to escalate and those willing to take on the bounties would find themselves unwelcome in most Settlements going forward. Postworker Jake learned first hand that not everyone would be smart enough to listen to reason.

And while all of this was happening, Dana Mangles of Crystal Creek found herself in the unlikely situation of freeing a bunch of young, enslaved Unstable. Many of you remember the brutal battles against their parents, but can we hold this against the children?

What we can say is that the Postworkers, known for their neutrality, have found a cause that they are standing behind fully, making it tough for the Post Office to exist as we know it. Over the next few weeks, you’ll start seeing a transition into the Public Works office as our brave Postworkers head out to fight the good fight while providing those of us who need it a neutral ground to do their business.

Bryan Barletta