A God in Ruins Symbols & Objects

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Teddy's Silver Hare

Ursula gave Teddy a stuffed silver hare as a talisman for when he was on a tour. The hare was hanging from his car-seat when he was a baby, and Ursula had kept it. Teddy pretended it did not really matter to him. But, it did matter, especially since he lived through almost three tours.

Teddy's Wartine Aircraft

Teddy's wartime aircraft meant a great deal to him, as they were the vessels by which he would either live or die. Teddy trusted his aircraft and had specific ones he liked to fly more than others. His favorite was F-Fox because it reminded him of his childhood home, Fox Corner. The aircraft were powerful, built to be a fortress for its crew and meant either life or death for the men inside, depending on the mission.

Vivian's Train Dream

As Vivian was trying to redeem...

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