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The rumors of the Makers caused schisms both among the church and among the populace, and while Keilhaard and his militant group favored their eradication, a figure known only as Beatrice championed them. Being highly influential and possessing great funds, Beatrice began her own experimentation and uncovered an alternate scientific reasoning for the powers gained by the Makers, the Danzig Catalyst. Mindful of what great good could be done by those empowered by it, she began distributing it among the select of her followers, which she had by then dubbed as the Progressionists. Though great feats were accomplished by her Makers in the march to Carpathia, what waited for her and what happened shattered the Progession movement.


Support for Beatrice still flourished in the towns she had passed through, which had seen what could be done by Makers. A good amount of those believed the Makers of legend had returned, and glorified “St. Beatrice,” much to the chagrin of the Patriarchiat.



Citations: KeilhaardDanzig Catalyst, Progressionists

Rahewin Smith


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