Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 181: Inajda Rekaya Part 3

Inajda has been working deep undercover as a socialite, in an attempt to infiltrate a new Amanojuko experiment, entitled “The Floating Asylum,” which the Amanojuko plan to use to cleanse the human population of any resistance. She has managed to get herself a pass, and using one of Katherine’s blood shields, she waits at the security desk ready to board the ship.

Inajda's backstory, set in Russia (3991)
Inajda’s backstory, set in Russia (3991)

Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 107: Post Asylum Blues Part 4

Juba sat in front of a huge meal prepared by a very concerned Alexand. She gave him clean clothes, a bath and healed the wounds on his feet with a strange contraption she called a writer. He has told Alex of his wife and Son’s death. It’s mid afternoon, Abouna Panak’s gone and Alex has given Juba some wine to comfort him. She sits nursing contractions, attempting to figure out how to help her old friend. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.

Juba's back story, set in Saskatoon military base, India (3999)
Juba’s back story, set in Saskatoon military base, India (3999)

Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 104: Post Asylum Blues

Juba Apfvarzian was released from the floating asylum, and found that his wife Lucy and son Ayo died during an influenza pandemic. With no one else in the world to turn to, he has traced the one person who he believes could help him clamber out of the mess he’s in. Traveling from Somalia to India, he has found Alexand’s location. He discovered she is back in the military, living in a base called Saskatoon with her husband and son. Unfortunately security didn’t let him in because of his asylum record and he is being held in a detention cell on the outskirts of the city. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.

Juba's back story, set in India (3999)
Juba’s back story, set in India (3999)

Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 90: Gianti Dincrind Part 2

After managing to successfully create two haernyarn (proposed guards for Amanojuko Lords and Ladies) Gianti Dincrind called Lord Filius Anderson to witness their birth. She hopes that this will entitle her to immortality. (See issue 75: Gianti Dincrind) CLICK HERE for next chronological story

Gianti’s back story, set onboard The Floating Asylum, somewhere in the Arabian Sea. (3993)
Gianti’s back story, set onboard The Floating Asylum, somewhere in the Arabian Sea. (3993)

Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 75: Gianti Dincrind

Gianti Dincrind has been charged with the development of Project H, turning humans into wraiths, called Haernyarn. The Haernyarn are proposed to act as future guards for the growing number of Amanojuko Lords and Ladies, privileged enough to have been granted immortality. Gianti is not yet an Amanojuko, but has been promised a chance at being selected if she manages to successfully create Haernyarn from the prisoners on board the Floating Asylum. Unfortunately the process is unstable, and usually results in the subject’s death. Gianti is looking for a way of transmitting the virus from a haernyarn to a human, by genetically altering DNA and is about to make a breakthrough. (CLICK HERE for next chronological story)

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Gianti’s back story, set onboard The Floating Asylum, somewhere in the Arabian Sea. (3993)

Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 71: The Other Side Part 3

After breaking into a high security room onboard the Floating Asylum, (see The Other Side Parts One and TwoAbouna Panak and Heyem Merek, race to retrieve proof of an Amanojuko takeover plan. (Note: Back on Christmas Island, the resistance includes (Alexand MerekInajda Rekaya, Juba Apfvarzian, Jarad Vijay, Anesidor Sumian and Toreth Rek-cho.) (CLICK HERE for next chronological story)

Abouna Panak and Heyem Merek, Set in The Floating Asylum, somewhere in The Tasman Sea, and Christmas Island, Australia. (4003)
Abouna Panak and Heyem Merek, Set in The Floating Asylum, somewhere in The Tasman Sea, and Christmas Island, Australia. (4003)