C O M M E N T A R Y
I really like the colours and lighting on this one! Reminds me of a beautiful early morning in Canada while we were touring in the stunning mountains of The Rockies. But what a contrast - a scenic sunrise can turn out to be deadly and distressing setting if you're looking at it from another perspective. D E S C R I P T I O N
A typical early morning for the inhabitants of The Valley
who have been captured and worked to death by Lucrum Industries
The Burswood Mines
is a strenuous coal mining operation run by head honcho - Serytus Lucrum
- who is using his own garrison to maintain productivity and enforce order upon the slaves they've captured over the years in The Valley
Here you can witness a slave who was unfortunate to drop a load by accident and is punished by the intolerance of one the bison patrol-emp ('emp' being the anthrotranslation of 'men' in the human spoken language
) from the BMG (i.e. Burswood Mines Garrison
). Those who attempt to stick up for another slave being punished will suffer similar consequences (if not a worser penalty to set an example
), as you can see the other bison patrol-emp is discouraging any bravado attempts from the other three slaves in the background.
Currently the Burswood Mines houses one superior and 97 BGMs who utilise and control 400 slaves working there. More slaves are being captured by the month.