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3/3/2020 c1 ohkyoungsun
Plz more
8/2/2019 c2 Inverness
In the sequel to Worm it is revealed that "death" in terms of shards/passengers doesn't mean that the shard is dead in the literal sense. What death means to shards is disconnection from the network that was previously managed by Scion or Eden. This prevents the shards from exchanging resources or easily communicating to do the things they want. It makes it more difficult if not impossible to fix problems in the connection between the shard and the host.

If Eden's shards, and later Scion's, were literally dead, powers would not work at all.

The source I'm using: 2019/03/02/heavens-12-all/
7/23/2019 c1 Inverness
This is odd, but I'm interested.
7/22/2019 c1 1ABZB13

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