Part one of the TOOLPAPER has been released!
    The TOOL Stake Pool has launched!
    Day 1: Artwork
    Day 2: CryptoTrack
    Day 3: $TOOL
    Day 4: Vault Staking
    Day 5: Toolbot
    Day 6: Toolbot Extension
    Once a much-celebrated pioneer in the field of AI robotics, Orion "Necromancer" Endo was revered for his groundbreaking work in bio-robotics. He was the mastermind behind the invention of the Bots that powered the heart of Tsūru City's technological renaissance.
    Assumed to be dead, few people know the exact extent of Orion "Necromancer" Endo's involvement in the tragic events leading to Atomgard's nuclear fallout. Under the pseudonym "Project Legion," Orion worked on an experimental fusion of arcane arts and advanced nuclear technology to create a clean, limitless energy source. However, his experiment spiraled catastrophically and fatally out of control. A resulting explosion led to the irradiation of a once, pristine, Atomgard - turning it into a now haunting, contaminated atomic wasteland inhabited by mutants.
    The devastation shattered not only the landscape but also his moral compass. Fuelled by guilt and a newfound nihilism, he concluded that the boundaries of ethics had constrained his true potential. With his name and legacy in ruins, he grew resentful. He saw the world as a chaotic, broken place, unworthy of nice things. Embracing his darker instincts, he turned towards harnessing forbidden technologies and arcane arts for his own ends and rewards, indifferent to the consequences.
    In his mind, he was no longer a failed saviour, but an agent of inevitable chaos and power.
    Necromancer is a manipulative strategist within the Vault. He's a cyber-hybrid of science and sorcery, melding technology and dark arts to bend the laws of nature to his will.
    Necromancer holds an alliance with Mutant Toolheads. Through encrypted codes and networks, he continues to manipulate the Bots and their actions from afar, turning his once noble creations into tools of chaos and destruction. A rare and powerful Toolhead.
    Star Legion
    Within Tsūru City, Star Legion emerges as the architect of cosmic ambitions. Hailed as the "Augment Elon" of the Toolheads age, he is the benchmark of humanity's ceaseless urge to transcend earthly chains and venture into the vastness of space.
    The Vaults hold a particular significance for Star Legion. Many Toolhead's perceive the Vault as a haven to store valuable assets or to protect from threats. For Legion, the Vaults are the blueprint for his interstellar dreams with the advanced technology and resources contained within them, invaluable to his research
    Before Atomgard's dark shadow loomed large, Star Legion was a luminous beacon of progress. His genius propelled humanity beyond the stars, birthed the marvel of warp-speed traversal, and carved mankind's mark on uncharted celestial bodies. To Tsūru City, he was not just an innovator; he was the herald of a future among the stars.
    Yet, the cataclysm of Atomgard tainted him, not in reputation, but in essence. The radioactive fallout, intertwining with his sophisticated cybernetics, revealed a latent schism within his very soul.
    While Terraformers view him as a beacon of hope, whispers of uncertainty ripple through Tsūru City. Beneath the facade of Star Legion's spacefaring aspirations, a dissonance brews. The media speculate a potential shift, a dichotomy in intent.
    However, as the whispers of his duality grow, so does the speculations about his interest in the Vaults. Is it purely scientific, or was there a darker intention waiting to be unveiled? Only time would reveal the true depth of Star Legion's relationship within the Vault.
    A group thrives on chaos and unpredictability: the Anarchists. Disregarding traditional allegiances, are the wildcards of the Toolhead society. Driven by both purpose and mischief, they revel in their own unique version of order - chaos.
    The Anarchists have carved a niche for themselves in Vault-lore. These default structures, though basic and unaffiliated, have become the ideal haven for these rebels. A place where they strategise, plan, and ready themselves for their next foray of chaos.
    Unlike other Toolheads, the Anarchists have a unique relationship with the Vaults. They don't seek long-term residency or protection. Their mission? To infiltrate vaults, disrupt their order, and earn their reward.
    For Vault owners, an Anarchist can be both a asset and a threat. Those in control can leverage the chaotic nature of an Anarchist to oust any unwanted Toolhead, making room for more desirable allies.
    They are the reminder that in a world striving for structure, unpredictability can be the most potent weapon.
    Quantum Chemist
    Amidst the post-apocalyptic ruins of Atomgard, where fallout silence is disturbed only by the plagues of mutants, stands a beacon of hope - the Quantum Chemist. Unlike many who fled the devastation, he chose to embrace it, establishing a Vaults dedicated to reversing the irreversible, aiming to cleanse the land of its radioactive poison.
    A previous protege of Orion Endo, Quantum possesses an mastery of atomic manipulation, this luminary has delved deep into the world of quantum mechanics, unlocking secrets that allow him to clone himself. With each quantum replica sharing his passion and intelligence, he multiplies his efforts, researching the mutants, and tirelessly working to reclaim Atomgard's lost purity.
    But his mission in Atomgard isn't solely restorative. Rumours circulate of his fervent belief that the Necromancer, long thought gone, still casts a malevolent shadow over the land. Consumed by both intrigue and a personal vendetta, the Quantum Chemist relentlessly searches for this elusive figure, hoping to confront and unmask the truth behind the myths.
    While the horrors of Atomgard have turned many into self-serving survivors or ruthless opportunists, the Quantum Chemist remains a symbol of resilience and hope. His unwavering dedication to rejuvenating the land, combined with his pursuit of the truth, marks him as one of Atomgard's true guardians.
    Vault Guards
    Harnessing the ancient magic of Spectracore, the omnipresent Vault Guards stand as a bastion against any who would dare to compromise their sanctity. Their power is formidable on its own, but when paired, their strength and protection are unmatched.
    Descendants of the same ancient essence as the Blade, Cyber Shogun, and Shadow Shogun, the Vault Guards are more than mere protectors; they symbolise time-honoured traditions and martial expertise.
    With the precise agility of the Blade, the technological might of the Cyber Shogun, and the enigmatic depths of the Shadow Shogun, these guards encapsulate a mystic blend of age-old discipline and modern cybernetic prowess. Their bond is deeply rooted in the hallowed grounds of Spectracore, a place where time and space intertwine in a complex tapestry of power and honour.
    Their duty is not only to protect but also to combat those who threaten. The subtle influence of the Necromancer, ever-lurking in the shadows, aims to infiltrate these precious Vaults for cryptic reasons. The Vault Guards' solemn charge is to ensure that such schemes, no matter how crafty, remain forever in the dark.
    Atomic Merchants
    In the post-apocalyptic vacuum of Atomgard, beneath the shadows of former grandeur, the emergence of the Atomic Merchant was neither coincidence nor chance, but rather an inevitability of the new order. Atomgard, once a pinnacle of human achievement, now a canvas of destitution, a stark landscape of nuclear abstraction.
    It was from this environment, that the Atomic Merchant was conceived. Not a creation of nature, but of circumstance, he epitomised the amalgamation of destruction and rebirth. The fallout had not debilitated him; instead, gifting an ability to transmute atomic remnants into objects of utility and allure.
    While most of Atomgard's denizens were engaged in a desperate struggle for survival, the Atomic Merchant had ascended to a different plane, dealing in commodities born from disaster. His presence within the Vaults isn’t just coveted, but essential. When settled within, the Vaults didn’t just store or protect; they flourished. With a mere touch, resources would augment, and what was scarce became abundant. A valuable asset in a world where scarcity was the norm.
    Hidden in the shadows of cyberspace, the Hackers are not just any ordinary Toolhead; they are digital observers unified under a symbolic emblem. Their actions and ideals remind many of the ancient Anonymous groups that once patrolled the digital landscapes.
    Their mastery of code and cybersecurity is well-known. They can penetrate the most guarded systems, unveil hidden truths, and manipulate digital environments, all while maintaining a mysterious purpose. Large fractions believe they operate as the unsung heroes of Tsūru City, revealing the hidden agendas and safeguarding the Vaults, their true intentions, for others, remain a matter of speculation.
    In a world where information is power, the Hackers hold a unique position. Their skills protect from looming cyber-threats and maintain equilibrium in the digital ecosystem. To many, they symbolise resistance against cyber oppression, while to others, they're a reminder of the unpredictable nature of the digital age.
    Cyber Shogun
    Deep within the Flare of SpectraCore stands a lonely figure: the Cyber Shogun. A fusion of ancient samurai tradition and Neo-garde cybernetics.
    Legend speaks of a time when Spectracore teetered on the edge of chaos. Through insurgence, the Cyber Shogun arose, not to rule but to restore order, echoing the disciplined cadence of old-world samurais in this realm of light and data.
    Blurred by time, SpectraCore was fragmented into three sacred legions, each protected by a sentinel: Blade, Shadow Shogun and the Cyber Shogun. Today, only Shogun's remain in SpectraCore.
    The Shogun's unique power, the "Nexus Switch", cannot be overshadowed. This ability lets him link with every digital strand within Spectracore, orchestrating responses, rallying defences, or pacifying turbulent streams in mere moments.
    In the wastelands and hidden corners of Anhedonia, the Marauders lurk, ever-watchful and perpetually scheming. They are not the valiant heroes nor are they guardians, but the cunning herd-minded opportunists, thriving amidst the shadows.
    Forged through the hardships of Anhedonia, these degenerates have mastered the art of survival. They are adept at spotting the chinks in a Vault's armour, swooping in to exploit any sign of vulnerability. Their notoriety doesn't come from brute strength, but from their uncanny ability to exploit when a Vault is ripe for the taking.
    Yet, they aren't mere plunderers. These X-Raiding Marauders possess a unique knack: the gathering and trading of invaluable information. In a world on the edge of chaos, knowledge is $TOOL. These shrewd operators have an intricate web of informants and spies, trading social secrets as if they were currency. For the right price, or the promise of safety, they'll provide intel, often shifting the balance of power within the ever-competing Vaults.
    Though often viewed with suspicion, their presence in Anhedonia is significant. In a land of shifting allegiances and ever-present danger, the Marauders remind us all that sometimes, it's not the mightiest who prevail, but the most astute.
    Mutant Trader
    Amid the irradiated ruins of Atomgard: the Mutant Trader spawns. While his physical appearance draws parallels to the Atomic Merchant, the depths of their lore diverge profoundly.
    Atomgard's nuclear aftermath didn't just lay waste to its landscape; it birthed entities of unusual power and prowess. The Mutant Trader is one such entity. Modded by the relentless atomic energies, he's not merely a survivor but a master of mutation. Unlike others who might have perished or fled, he harnessed the very force that threatened to annihilate him. Instead of trading in typical commodities or wares, he peddles genetic anomalies and transformative essences. With a simple touch, he can either tweak or utterly transfigure a Toolhead's inherent characteristics, granting them attributes once deemed unthinkable.
    Yet, his dealings are never straightforward. Transactions aren't just about goods but about trust, favours, or sometimes, memories. The purity of his intentions are as eroded as the history of Atomgard itself, with motives buried deep within the memoirs of the city's fallout tales.
    For Toolheads venturing through Atomgard's shifting landscapes, the Mutant Trader represents both opportunity and enigma. He's a presence of potential power and a mystery waiting to be unravelled. The real question remains: is trading with a mutant, mutually beneficial for both parties involved?
    Initially conceived by Orion "Necromancer" Endo, Bots were more than mere automatons; they embodied the very essence of Tsūru City's technological renaissance. They work diligently, their artificial minds and bodies tirelessly optimising, computing, and ensuring the Vault's systems function seamlessly.
    However, the tragic events of Atomgard forever altered their programming. Outside the confines of Tsūru City, the Bots are viewed with apprehension, becoming symbols of chaos. Once emblematic of calm precision, they've been transformed into unpredictable agents, their intentions now sometimes dark and unfathomable.
    Bots can process vast streams of data in split seconds, adept at tasks from intricate craftsmanship to predictive analytics. But this prowess comes with a vulnerability. Outside Tsūru City, their expansive interconnected neural nets might be compromised, leaving them open to external influences.
    To the Toolheads and the wider realm's inhabitants, the message is unambiguous: Within the protective embrace of Tsūru City, a Bot is reliable. But outside its limits, caution reigns supreme. Their unpredictable nature requires understanding and respect.
    Yet, the core of a Bot remains true. Though they might occasionally sway under external pressures, their foundational coding still aims to aid, assist, and uplift. Their captivating duality within the Toolheads ecosystem means their allegiance can shift, making them a wildcard in the Vault's stakes.
    Enforcers, are members of The Anhedonian Legion of Force (ALF), the monoliths of order. A clandestine assembly of radicals, determined to reshape the power dynamics. The inception of ALF was a direct response to the unchecked expansion of Tsūru City and its growing technological influence on the fringes of Anhedonia
    Each Enforcer, while a formidable force alone, becomes part of a larger, more potent when in numbers. Their collective might is not just a result of their physical prowess but also their unparalleled strategic coordination. Anticipating threats, they often defuse them before they can materialise, making the Vaults among the most secure in all the realms.
    Yet, in the plains of Anhedonia, whispers suggest not all is as monolithic as it appears. While the majority remain staunchly dedicated to the protection of the Vaults, as always there are rifts and potential turmoil within their ranks. The beguiling pull of the Necromancer's influence is ever-present, raising questions about the Enforcers' unwavering loyalty to restore order or destroy it.
    ALF stand as a united front, but solitary Enforcers may not always be trusted. Beneath their ironclad exteriors, the true depths of their allegiance are layers waiting to be unearthed.
    These master engineers are not mere builders; they are the pioneers structuring society. The Terraformers hail from an ancient lineage, their knowledge passed down through generations, evolving with every epoch. Their paramount skill is in transforming raw materials and latent energies into complex ecosystems, exemplified by the Anhedonian Relay—an intricate DecentraCore network of tunnels and terminals connected to Vaults.
    Central to their craftsmanship is the seamless fusion of technology and utility. Their nodes reward delegation, embodying their unwavering commitment to the essence of decentralised infrastructure.
    However, their pivotal position attracts attention. The ever-lurking Necromancer, recognising the Terraformers' strategic importance, aims to control them, potentially seizing the foundational power they wield for darker designs.
    In the unpredictable land of Anhedonia, the Terraformers navigate a delicate balance. Their pivotal role in shaping the future is unquestioned, but the direction of their allegiance – to the light of progress or the shadows of manipulation – remains to be seen.
    A legend in SpectraCore's ancient trinity alongside the Cyber and Shadow Shogun, Blade now drifts through the networks and shadows of Tsūru City. His history, rich with honour and tradition, primes him for his current role: protector and retriever.
    Refined over epochs by the Shoguns, his unmatched agility and precision deem him essential in navigating the defences of the Vaults. Whether decoding their age-old secrets or defending against those who threaten their sanctity, Blade's prowess is second to none.
    Transitioning from an emblem of a lost era to a mercenary, his blade—inscribed with memories of nearly forgotten time - always strikes true. While his loyalty can be bought, ensuring the safety of a Vault one moment and perhaps uncovering its secrets the next, the motivations of this elusive figure extend beyond mere reward. The graceful dance of his blade, the rhythm of his steps, all suggest a deeper quest—maybe a reckoning with his past, or the pursuit of a future where his skills serve a grander purpose.
    In Tsūru City's ever-changing allegiances, Blade's true commitment - whether to the Vaults, to wealth, or to a personal creed lies on one switch of the Blade.
    Hailing from the renowned Order of SpectraShield, these Defenders are not lone mercenaries, but a synchronised force, drawing strength from unity. When amassed, their collective energy can amplify the protective barriers of the Vaults and it's Guards, making them virtually impregnable. Their tactics, a blend of ancient martial discipline and techno-mysticism, allow them to fortify, defend, and if necessary, retaliate with unmatched ferocity.
    The allure of the Vaults and their treasures, combined with the ill-intentions of external influences, constantly threaten to breach their united front. However, their mission is clear: to protect the Vaults and barricade the secrets within.
    In a world of shifting allegiances, the true depths of their loyalty and the extent of their power is yet to be discovered.
    Shadow Shogun
    Operating within the Shadows, this Shogun chooses discretion, moving through SpectraCore undetected, yet leaving a formidable impression. His tactics are a cyberfusion of ancient martial arts and the luminous technologies unique to SpectraCore, allowing him to operate in the spaces between centralisation and decentralisation.
    Behind his shrouded persona, lies a sharp intellect, orchestrating the defence of the Vaults. Under his command, legions of warriors, schooled in the arts of stealth and strategy, stand ready to defend SpectraCore's treasures and secrets.
    Yet, as with all figures of power, speculation surrounds him. Some say his loyalty to SpectraCore is unwavering, while others speak of a turbulent and fraught relationship with Blade.
    In a realm where light meets shadow, the Shadow Shogun's intricate dance of purpose, power, and protection is pivotal, shaping the destiny of SpectraCore.