The Language of Safeharbor
Grid chisels proved to be a crucial component in altering the grid. These tools are compacted spools of resin and copper, adorned with a laser cutter to etch grooves in Safeharbor steel. The heat unwinds the resin, the copper, and fills the groove. This carries the electrical current, but that is not its only purpose. The chisels can be used to add power and alter how it flows. It can even be used to cut power off entirely. The tool is a necessity for those of us who venture into uncharted territory.
Grid lines are straight lines that trail along the walls, floors, and ceilings. They carry electricity to and from a wireless receiver. This is where the circuit begins, and ends. Every building has a receiver. Finding it opens many doors, and is the first step when venturing below. These receivers send power all the way down to the depths. Restoring this power is the only way we can go deeper. Grid receivers are often found in basement levels of a building, but some can be significantly higher, sometimes on the roof. Most buildings lack power when explored, some unforeseen circumstances blocking the flow. Restoring it is crucial to our effects.