A driver in Prototype took out his horse to beat traffic on the interstate, and caused further delays.
“We’ve got enough trouble on the road,” complained one driver stuck on the road, “without this guy putting horse poop everywhere.”
Northbridge, one of the areas of the Prototype Tri-State, has been closed off for a massive construction effort. NTBI has said nothing of the massive project, though WBA President Sketch Sun offered this insight.
“Northbridge is SZYM and NTBI, and those are mega-corporations run by visionaries. They don’t just repaint the walls. They remove the forest, lay down miles of road, and build towers in the sky. Whatever is happening in Northbridge will be big and game changing.”
Rumors are circulating that Black Pippen might be the site of a B7 meeting, and that the extensive security operations at ERIA may be practice for the event.
“It’d be huge,” said one economist at Waterbank University. “All the B7 people in one room? It’s never been done before. Huge.”
In a series of events that could be from the TV series “Twin Peaks,” a WIA operative stumbled upon an abandoned vehicle, then a still burning campfire with no one there. He then went to a nearby gas station only to see that there was no one there.
Glenbrook PD were called from a NBS payphone, and they too were baffled.
“There are footprints from the van to the fire, then… none. We’re worried that it might be something animal that took these people.”
Northbridge, part of the Prototype Tri-State and part of the B7 was named as “The Place to Watch in 2018” by Places2WatchNoReallyThatsOurAddress.com for its growth and infrastructure improvements.
“It’s not just awesome cobbler in Prototype,” they told us. “It’s prefab houses, vehicles, heavy industry, trains, and cool roads. We love it there.”
The arrival of an Astaro bus alarmed convention goers in Northbridge this week, and several of them broke into a run.
“Everybody remembers the “Bus Company” school bus,” one told us. “It’s the same bus they used to use to send people to the Glenbrook sanitarium. Bars on the windows and ghost white.”
The Prototype Gas Company was called out to Szym Tower yesterday after several people reported a “gas smell” in the hallways. The team discovered that the smell was actually the chefs at the Tower’s five star restaurant experimenting with new ingredients.
“The Glenbrook Bark Beetle is really smelly,” a sous chef told us, “but a good source of protein.”