Superposition: a Lexicon game
Despite the Health Directorate’s best efforts to spin the figures, use of Xerxes continues to steadily rise. While not as physically deleterious as many other recreational pharmaceuticals, it is proving vastly more addictive. And yet the manufacturer is proving remarkably shy: all of the distribution is handled through anonymous intermediaries, and no publicly registered companies have reported the massive revenues that surely must be associated with sales of Xerxes.
While we have been unable to directly identify the manufacturer, it is interesting to note that there is a strong correlation between the growth of the Xerxes market and the apparent growth in Spectre House’s budget. Particularly given that the initial appearance of Xerxes occurred shortly after rumours began circulating that a black ops team had stolen samples of Yggdrasil.
Rest assured that we have a number of trustworthy thaumatologists eploring this line of inquiry.
Your humble Correspondents
Messrs Gray & Gray