Camp Storyteller’s Tecthulhu, code named “STORYTELLER”, consists of a series of eight luminescent pillars arranged in a spiral, giving the sculpture a visual appearance similar to a flame or crystalline stalagmites. These pillars will be composed of translucent material and will be internally lit by LEDs.
The pillars will be lit up based on the portal’s level, with the center most pillar only lighting up once the portal reaches level 8. The sculpture’s hue will be dependent on the faction that currently owns the portal and will change between GREEN (Enlightened), BLUE (Resistance), or White (Neutral). Each pillar’s base will pulsate between shades of orange and yellow as if it were a flame since the sculpture, as a whole, represents the flames of inspiration which the Dreaming Magnus hopes to ignite within agents through the stories the Tecthulhu, STORYTELLER, spreads through the portal network and into the various dimensional nodes.
Have you ever felt that you’ve done something memorable? Have you ever dreamt of a story that uplifted your soul? Have you ever envisioned a tale that has taken your mind afloat? Have you ever felt like a wellspring of inspiration to others around you? Or do you have an anecdote so hilarious that it made all those around you to laugh hysterically?
Imagine casting all those feelings, dreams, and stories into the portal network, and having them flow through interdimensional pathways and upon exotic matter streams into infinite realities. You now have the chance to help those stories, wishes, and dreams become something greater.
The Dreaming Magnus would like you to submit your stories to Camp Storyteller so our Tecthulhu, STORYTELLER, could share them through the portal network, allowing them to be experienced by all agents from our world, and beyond. You may do this by using the above link, or via social media using the #TellYourIngressStory, #CampStoryteller, and/or #ShareYourIngressStory hashtags.
Let’s dream in a community that thrives together, acts together, and can help all become so much more than they once were.