This preface, clearly written at some point much closer to the encyclopaedia’s conclusion than its first entry, frames the unknown author’s experiences of the impossible.

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Water’s importance in the creation of life is only matched by the vastness of its destructive potential: Dispassionate betrayals that can take strange and shocking forms.

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If one were to design two cities - a flawless paradise and the bleakest hell - both would find themselves expressed somewhere within the vastness of The Unition Terminus.

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Even animals which would kill and eat humans will never have the necessary cruelty to manipulate us into leading ourselves to slaughter. That is the preserve of monsters.

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