Thrown into a wormhole and sent to an unfamiliar place. Nim’s journey isn’t so similar to the other Navigators.
Still finding her way back home within an adventure as big and unpredictable as the ocean itself.
Brilliant schools of fish dart about as bursts of colour, the mosaic of their scales shining in the afternoon sun. Silver plates of coral glow amongst the smooth granite rock. Engulfed almost completely by the dizziest blue, clouds of bubbles swirl around you. The deeper you descend through these waters, the warmer it seems to get, surprisingly.
Vast networks of undersea cables guide you closer to the rendezvous point.
Nim mentioned strange behaviours by wayward submarines in the area, it’s a wonder that these cables haven’t been cut yet. Spanning hundreds of miles across the ocean floor, the secret histories of nations lie almost undisturbed by the sea life surrounding them.
Decrypting the larger part of what has shaped this century into some kind of data haven is no easy task — a cryptographic chess match against ignorant intelligence for storage and exchange free of oversight and scrutiny.
Digital liberty at the ocean floor. A globally hyper connected motherboard. In front of you lies only a small part of the physical makeup of the net. Ongoing aquatic threats could become a problem, but for now, ignore the warning signs and stay cautious of lethal voltage.
Nim’s Closet and Hyperutility Packs will be revealed in time. Follow her journey as a cypherpunk diver submerged by the waves.