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The Journey Part 4 . At the end of the monorail, Kogaro stumbles upon a old refinery. . Kogaro traveled endlessly to the ends of the monorail, without sleep, without regret, only fumes and determination carring him to the end in hoping to reach to Inupa. 24 hours later, he reaches the end of the monorail, to discover where it leads. It's a Fire tribe refinery, where the Fire Agori smelt and create their metal creations. Metal Refineries like these popped up all over the place when prosperity frist came to the newly formed planet, but a number of them fell to more hostile beings, an this one seems abandon. Kogaro investigates the refinery, walking along the cat walks of the once massive metal casters. The size of the pots and molds would suggest the Agori that worked there made metal objects of grand scales. However, since it's invasion, the metal had turned solid, and made the refinery useless from the lack of maintenance. As he finishes investigating, Kogaro finds a patch of dirt with evidence that someone camped there for the night. The dirt patch had a burn mark from a camp fire, footprints that have been distorted from the winds, but one mark couldn't be blown away. A certain mark had been scratched into the dirt, in the shape of a Grohus'(dog like rahi) paw, Kogaro recognized that mark as Inupa's mark, one that she uses like a personal symbol. Kogaro wanted to continue his pursuit, but exhaustion and the falling sun signal him that he needs his rest. Kogaro would continue as soon as the sun rose again for him. bonus pic This would have a nice pic if it hadn't been for the human in the background.

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