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July, 1897. Fallen London is a city on the brink of flames. Under the brightness of the gas-lamps, there is a rift in its heart. Every day the Masters extend their grip over the city. Every night more Londoners slip through their talons. The streets simmer with discontent and agitation. There is a tension in the air, and mutters of sedition on the breeze. This state of affairs cannot last forever; something must happen. And soon.
This story chronicles the London Revolt of 1897: an event where, in the midst of London's fourth Mayoral election during one of the hottest false-summers on record, Londoners rose up en masse to throw off the shackles of the Masters and the Bazaar. Though the Worker's Republic of Spitalfields would not survive the summer, its memory represents defiance against the status quo...and the possibility of something different. Here within are reports, personal accounts, and other archived material relating to the Revolt of '97, the people who fought in and witnessed it, and a portrait of the Fifth City in Crisis.
- Part 2 of The London Revolt of 1897
You are not courageous. Your dreams have always been the bravest parts of you.
[Percy Weasley, post-war, pre-reconciliation. The world is broken and he knows it better than most, but Percy's also broken as well. Fixing one might just mean fixing both.]