On Such a Full Sea Setting

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B-Mor

B-Mor is an island on the Atlantic Coast, which was formerly Baltimore, Maryland. It is a very structured society in which the needs of all of its residents are provided. The community is austere and plain in appearance. The residents are proud of their environment and the services they provide to the Charter communities. B-Mor is the home of Fan and her brother Bo Lewei, both of whom leave B-Mor.

The Charters

The Charters most resembles an upper to upper-middle class environment. The residents have nice homes with many amenities. It is a place select residents of B-Mor are promoted to if they can pass a rigorous exam given to them once during their youth.

Master Leo & Miss Cathy's House

Master Leo & Miss Cathy’s home is where Quig and Loreen leave Fan. It is a large house in one of the Charters where Fan is assaulted by...

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