Kat North wrote:Something from Kolters land must've somehow wafted onto mine, because the bat that was hanging from the tree has become giant, and radioactive. The water in the pond has all seeped through the ground, and is now in the cave. The land between the cave and the house is becoming rather unstable due to both the enormous gopher holes, and the weight of the house.
Letter arrives for Kat:
Dear Mrs. Kat North,
It is with profound sorrow that I hear of your troubles with the Giant Radioactive Bat (Giganticus Flying-rodenticus Radioactivicus). It's a rare, but natural creature occasionally spotted in these parts, and in no way related to any activities on the natural, beautiful Kolter landscape.
We strongly suggest feeding it plantlife, as this creature may become accustomed to eating meat. Also, it still prefers a dark place to roost, and if you do not want it in the attic, we suggest you expand your property line and build a shed for it.
Good luck with your bat,
Here is a cop to check out Kolter's land
Letter to the local police:
We will be throughly delighted to meet with Investigator Elroy of the local police district. At <strike>Kolter Munitions and Radiologicals</strike> Kolter Forested All Natural Wildlife Corporation, we strive to seamlessly blend the works of man with the natural world around us. We will be expecting your officer on Sunday and will be delighted to <strike>use him as a host</strike> host him, here at our headquarters.
(Still no update from me tonight except these two letters - the rest of the Kolter compound seems quiet... almost... serene.
Will handle my first changes to Cat42's land, and the investigator, along with other things... when I get back to a reliable system on Sunday. )