INKTOBER DAY 31 (FARM): The Heleq Farm Estate is located near Medinat Kaf, along the windward side of Mt. Halaq.
The settlement used to be a popular place to get married. It’s also the secret birthplace of the Holy Tongue Society, and it’s where the young resistance group kept its war booty. However, the Bavel Macrostructure sent a plague of locusts to raid the site, and the regime burned down part of the farm during the conflict.
The land is now settled by boorish peasants and thieves. Nevertheless, the region’s harvest is still profitable. A shower irrigation system raises multiple crops, especially spelt and wheat. An orchard of slippery trees was planted behind the tall column silo. And a briny pond is home to saltwater fish.
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