by Yaz Shanndar
(Sa’ing Matar, Perasca) The Quantar Council on Antiquities released an image of a site that has recently been found on Perasca, along with a brief statement:
A previously unknown and unexplored site has been found on Perasca. While months and months of work lay ahead of us before we can have any hope of understanding this amazing discovery, an advance team of specialists has performed a preliminary survey and have suggests it may date as far back as 2900 BT, although the size and complexity of the structures are far beyond any other similarly-dated structured on the planet.
The site lies in a rugged section of the Jekar range, approximately 215 kilometers from Sai’ing Matar. A team of novitiates from Wardok Military Academy were hiking the valley when they found what they believed to be a small ancient ruin — but upon entering the structure they found a cavernous subterranean structure running several stories down underground. They immediately reported the find to their Provost, who relayed the information to the local Synod.
Although the Council on Antiquities provided no further details, historian Professor D. Karr from the University of Soria at Solrain Core (USSC) was able to provide some insight:
“This is an incredible find, regardless of what the dating ends up being. This thing goes at least five or six stories down underground. We have never, ever seen any ancient site like it anywhere in Quantar — or anyone else as far as I know. I can’t wait he hear more, but I suspect it might be a while. Proper investigation will be a painstaking process and will take time.”