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Solor ch.2

Once the unfurling has completed, a synthesis begins to take shape. The compacted confines of the bud disperse into a cloud. From this cloud, the constituent elements separate into two distinct subgroups.
From the first, a manner of atmosphere is formed as elements dilute and spread out to encompass the entire landscape. It is unclear what anchors them to the landscape, just as it is unclear what forms the upper boundary and prevents their dissipation into the nothingness.
From the second, discrete blue-tinged orbs begin to amalgamate. These orbs appear to hover above the landscape with a power beyond gravity, drifting and gliding with no apparent intention. In spite of their erratic and random patterns, no two ever collide.