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Back when the Society felt culture was too cluttered, they created the Hundred Committee to choose the 100 best paintings, poems, songs and stories. During this time, Archivists knew that what wasn't selected would be destroyed, so they worked at saving what they could. These are stored on illegal ports that they designed themselves.

They sell these works that they have saved to anyone that wants to buy from them, however they are very expensive. The Archivists have access to information and connections that are also available for trade.


Poem in October by Dylan Thomas

An unnamed Dylan Thomas story