Brandon: Felix was a mouse out of his own time, moving cautiously through the pies.
Sheala: Dr Bugreau liked to use his skills to create new things.
Sheala says: Stitchpunk creatures often have small repairs. Lucky they are helpful.
Brandon: Brenda was forever working designs for toasters, in hopes of getting rid of the treacherous toaster oven.
Sheala: This was the first launch. They watch from the hill. Some of their tech was in that glider. It was the hydroelectrics division that would give it the send off though.
Brandon: Gus likes to be alone in the tower, watching all the dials, pushing the buttons. Though he often calls Mr. Wilkins on the vidphone.
Brandon: Mr. Wilkins was a grumpy sort, but he makes the best cheese. When he’s not being grumpy.
Sheala: Early experiments with steam powered mecha were clumsy. Until Titus perfected the steam piston.
Sheala- Victor made good use of his steampunk helper devices while working in the chemistry lab. He was hoping to invent rechargeable batteries for micro devices.
Brandon-We’ve been here a while and Mr. Wilkins the III has been with us from the beginning
Sheala- Joe and Brenda sometimes visit the observation tower to see how things are flowing down the hydroelectric pathways.
Brandon: So we spend the wheels, pull the levers, click the buttons and fix what breaks.
Brandon: After we landed, it was the monkeys who turned the ball into square, built our home in the machine. The humans said we were terrafarming, before they disappeared.
Sheala: Though it is a steam based society, we sometimes have a fox, Aggie, generate an extra jolt of power. Freddie reads him stories while he runs.
Sheala: Captain Whiskers readies his ship.
Brandon: It’s said that we came to this planet in a giant metal ball, bathed in smoke and fire as it descended towards the surface.
Having crisis of steampunk is! Must ponder! In the meantime, enjoy this steam powered balloon/observation post!
Sheala calls this one SteamDuck
Brandon says: Sam the orangutan enjoyed climbing the trees and dreaming of being a pirate.
Sheala says: you should keep your eye out for seafaring ninjas. They travel in large packs and move silently.