PreGame Timeline

Dec 10, 1897: PM Anu-Ki wake the “Protector”
Dec 11, 1897: sunset The Protector goes to town (as an Indian in traditional garb) to investigate. Meets Sarah Goodfield and tries to talk to her, learning that the new “white skinned” people speak a different language and wear strange clothing
Dec 11, 1897: evening Sarah warns her neighbor and friend Gretel Kitchen about the “strange, drunk Indian man”
Dec 11, 1897: evening The Protector investigates the city and discovers shocking things (painting of a buffalo herd being slaughtered by horsemen, photos of slaughtered Indians strung up disrespectfully, a bison head hung on the saloon wall, etc.).
Dec 12, 1897 The Protector awakens 2 “Defenders”, and instructs the Anu-Ki to make European style clothes
Dec 14, 1897 The Protector and Defenders (Anu) gather European clothing, and go to the city
Dec 21, 1897 The Anu discover that the original native inhabitants now live in a small village to the South
Dec 22, 1897 The Anu begin searching South to find the Lenape
Dec 24, 1897 The Anu find the Lenape reservation and speak to the elders. After hearing the European atrocities, they share plans to remove the white-skins, restore the Lenape, and replenish the bison herds. The elders tell them that the herds have migrated West
Dec 25, 1897 The Anunnaki return to the Rock and begin fabrication of additional clothing and money
Dec 26, 1897 The Anu head West to find the buffalo herd
Dec 27, 1897 (mon) Dr. Miller visits the Lenape reservation (last weekend of every month). Elders order him to be held captive (to protect him from the Anu-Na infiltration)
Dec 27, 1897: A.M. General Store mother Bernice Keepsake takes ill
Dec 29, 1897: A.M. Doctor Miller attempts to leave the Indian reservation. He is detained
Jan 3, 1898: 2pm General Store’s mother Bernice Keepsake dies from the flu at the age of 67
Jan 4, 1898 The Sheriff sends a telegraph regarding the missing Doctor, and need for temporary help
Jan 5, 1898: 9am a simple ceremony for Bernice Keepsake
Jan 7, 1898 Mary receives a telegraph that Dr. Miller has gone missing. He has not been seen for over a week, and the Williams Township, PA is in dire need of a temporary doctor. She replies to accept the position
Jan 9, 1898 The Anu, having found no signs of the bison herds, return to the rock
Jan 10, 1898 Mary takes a carriage to Williams Township
Jan 10, 1898: 6pm The Anu return to the city
Jan 11, 1898: 2am Judd digs up Bernice and takes her home to make jerky and stew meat
Jan 14, 1898 Mary arrives in Williams Township and takes up temporary residence in Dr. Miller’s home/office – with the permission of the Sheriff, of course
Jan 15, 1898 Mary learns from the General Store owner that his mother took ill the very night Dr. Miller failed to return from picking up supplies (and died 11 days later)
Jan 20, 1898: Midnight or so Anunnaki replace a young man’s (Frank Goodfield) parents, Sarah and Paul
Jan 21, 1898: PM Frank Goodfield approaches Mary regarding his “disoriented” parents
Jan 27, 1898: 10 pm Mary surprised when men from the bar bring in a man with a broken arm (compound fracture), from a brawl. He is strangely calm, so she thinks he may be in shock. She sets and binds the arm, and he does not appear to suffer as much pain as would be typically expected. Most likely drunk
Jan 27, 1898: 11 pm Mary goes to the Sheriff’s office to report the incident. He is not there – deputy says there was a disturbance at the Saloon
Jan 27, 1898: 11:30 pm Mary heads to the Saloon. Sheriff is not there. She collects evidence
Jan 28, 1898: 2 am Mary heads to the Sheriff’s office and finds him walking in from the North gate. He seemed disoriented and confused
Jan 28, 1898: 10 am Mary speaks with the Sheriff. He seems better, but still a little bit off
Jan 28, 1898 Mary writes a letter to Betty – she addresses it to Dr. Orkliff with “Urgent” written boldly on the face
Jan 29, 1898 9 A.M. The letter is delivered to the Easton Post Office
Jan 29, 1898: 6 P.M. 3 new deputies arrive from Easton.
Jan 30, 1898 Mary’s letter goes out to Bridgeport
Feb 4, 1898 Mary’s letter arrives in Bridgeport
Feb 5, 1898: A.M. Mary’s letter arrives at the hospital
Feb 5, 1898: P.M. investigators receive Mary’s letter to Dr. Orkliff. It is actually a letter to Betty – Mary knowing that Betty would open it since it said “Urgent” and the Dr. was away in Vienna. She did not want to raise suspicion by addressing it to Mary


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