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The Orochi haven’t been known for their environmentally friendly excavating methods to say the least.  Their methods usually leave out an environmental impact survey and usually result in some worsening of this filth disaster.  Who are the Orochi accountable to? Are they only accountable to the Orochi?  If that is true, self-policing rarely results in people taking full precautions.  Usually it involves cutting corners and paying people to look the other way.

We need to have the Orochi adhere to the same regulations as other companies, instead of going their own way.  They usually do follow their own regulations which are…negligent at best.  People going missing.  Creatures escaping.  Pathogens released.  When are they going to have to go through the same protocols that places like nuclear reactors and CDC quarantines set up.  The Orochi are the equivalent of a small natural disaster.

The amount of devastation they’ve caused just from being in New England areas alone is beginning to make this a bigger problem than it already is.  Local residents (the ones who are left) are calling for Orochi to be under the same kinds of restrictions that other groups and companies are.  Seeing the Orochi poking around without a care of what they’re tracking to other areas that aren’t infected is a problem the locals are trying to address.

 

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Wynn Gwynn is an Illustrator, Editor and Writer of Tuppenny Dreadful, a media company in Darkside of Ealdwic London- Shades District.

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