An Introduction to Qet
All is quiet on the mesa. The fractured moon, Niktaluez, and its sisters gently reflect the light of the punctured sun, Yilek— the cold light giving the red-orange stone beneath you an almost purple hue. You stare up at the glittering cosmos above, a beautiful, wild, cluster of distant stars seems as if to slither through the skies like a great serpent. Subtle hues of yellow, green, and purple dance within its belly— and for a brief moment, you shudder as a chill runs down your spine— it's watching you, too.Somehow, as if in a dream, you have found yourself in the world of Qet. A red-walled canyon surrounds you. Nearby, a creek babbles, as brilliantly verdant shrubs cling to life alongside it. All seems calm, even peaceful, until you hear the crazed screams of ravenous Cichetet somewhere in the distance. Perhaps you instead have stumbled your way into the massive subterranean expanse of Tchaoxlik, your torch has expired and your entry is lost. Frightening images begin to dance in your periphery— but fade away as you nervously dart your eyes towards them. Perhaps you stand on a great mountain before a strange square meteor, or within a vast rain forest as distant music urges you towards safety. Regardless of where you now stand, whether you lie in mortal danger knowingly or not— you are in Qet. Welcome.
A full world map will replace the above later.