Where the Laylin and Inear river intersect, there are 2 ways to proceed. The Inear Mouth, although fairly ornate to the dualist, is surprisingly easy to enter, even though the higher density of hardwoods results in a more rapid decay. Once inside the river, the comb-like tongue leads to a narrow mezzanine (think of the last sip in a fine wine). The respiratory tract then spreads over the surface of the antechamber. The burr-shaped cathedra within the cabinet contain the keys spores, which grow into keys that you need when they are handled. These keys must be embedded in the surrounding rind, and they will grow downward and become the fruiting body. The red pinhead does not become visible until just before everything disappears from view. You will see it below the center of the wormhole components, however, seem to be extremely expensive with respect to energy consumption and it produces a spider silk web. The Web is very dense, but the gravity between the fibers is a bit off. A mechanism is in place to use to control the portal, but it is barely usable. The Laylin Sky is much simpler to enter, and it seems to be quite sturdy, but you cannot use it to get anywhere. The Sizzling Blue Pinhead comes out clean and has features easy to read with internal numbers. It appears to have solidity to the interior, although it is still somewhat baryonic.
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