Ral Tur? Lost civilisations are his thing.
He often suggests many great tales of our past, spanning from the creation of Turbine Bandodia, to the vessel of Tezu in Bardi.
Many think he is mad, but in the year 4981D he famously discovered an artefact that caught people's attention.
It's thought to date back to the year 2000, or somewhere close, and that got people talking.
Now, we don't know much about our past beyond 3403C; C years are where most people flock, but anything before that is a mystery, apart from plashtic of course.
Ever since he found it, you know, the artifact, I have been fascinated with the language of our ancestors. My Fhaether, or father, whichever one is most true, hates it.
He says it's not worth the time because nobody speaks it. Not only that, but he thinks that *"The vessel of Tezu was 40qret long.
This couldn't have been built by Ska"*, and this is mildly annoying. Why? Well, the noisy thing found in the vessel is what really interests people, not the vessel itself.
I believe that people knew more back then than we give credit for. My father doesn't, unfortunately.
Anyway, this artifact: About 3qret past the Sandy Kerl, there are caves known as the Tezu.
Most think these were caves used by our ancestors because there are small see-through containers lying around called backls, or bottles, I'm not sure. All evidence suggest they are Ska made.
I mean, we think that the backls were used for carrying water.
Bakruc is a similar thing we use for this, and it sounds similar in my opinion! So yes, after 4 cycles Ral Tur took a team down to investigate further.
*I would have loved to have done that*, because what they found was a large metalistem vessel, large enough to house one thousand Ska they say! I haven't seen it yet, but I bet it is amazing.
It must have taken the team another 4 cycles before they found the artifact. It was black, box shaped, and noisy. It also had a symbol like a dot with three rainbows above it.
We think this was some form of communication device. Unfortunately, technology is still considered to be just a legend that crazy people believe in.
People say*"It defies logic"*, but Ral Tur is hoping to prove them all wrong.