Time's Eye Setting & Symbolism

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North West Frontier

The place where India meets Asia, this corridor runs northeast to southwest between mountain ranges to the north and the Indus to the south. It is the natural boundary of Indian dominion, but it is a hotbed of instability.

Jamrud

A fort originally built by the Sikhs, Jamrud is a sprawling construction of heavy stone walls and broad corner watchtowers located in the corridor of the North West Frontier populated by British soldiers in 1885.

Discontiinuity

The moment at which time is discontinued as we know it. The term is used to describe the time slip caused by the Firstborn in a desperate attempt to save life as they know it.

Heliograph

Simple portable signaling devices which are primarily mirrors on foldaway tripods, a series of heliograph communication posts were set up around the hills between Jamrud and the Khyber and back towards Peshawar as well...

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