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Era: Non-specific, sub-historical.
Technology: Irrelevant.

It's now acknowledged that the Great Houses were largely responsible for creating the current shape of history, not simply by interfering in major events (although they may have dabbled) but by engineering the entire framework of history as a single definite structure. What's less well-known is just how easy it is to access that structure's foundations.

Before the War, it was usual for Great House installations to be linked to the Houses' "records library", buried in the framework beneath normal time: though the War made these access-points a liability, many still exist, and encounters with the library's guardian aren't unknown...

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  • Mr. Smith suggests an alternative explanation for the death of President Umbaste, rather than the one proposed in The Book of the War.

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