Through its relentless growth The Red City became divided by that which once unified it. For generations The Rigs constant churning had symbolised prosperity, but now it also embodied Destruction. Some understood the brutal demolition as a test of faith, crucial to The City’s survival, whilst others feared the destruction. The Hole that had once brought people together now bred intolerence. It was as though The City was being crushed by its own Ego.
As The Hole began to consume the same City that it created, it brought chaos to the grid it once organised. The Spectacle became immersed in a spiral of Destruction, both physically and culturally scaring an area far beyond The Hole’s periphery. The violence that created The City was now slaughtering it. How could The City survive The Spectacle of Destruction?