BuyMort Brief #5

Miners On Galaxium Ternate Discover Giant Deposit of Phelpsium — Are Rewarded Immensely

Written by: Tracy Mills, NewsCom Multiversal Incorporated

Life hasn’t always been easy on Galaxium Ternate. Electricity was intermittent. Water was dredged from a well. Petroleum supplies were scarce and green energy hardly worthwhile in the eternal smog cover of the planet.

But things have changed this month, for the better. Miners in Galaxium Ternate have uncovered a giant blue chunk of Phelpsium — just seven years after they bought out their contracts, and a hefty MortBlock, from the Gherig Conglomerate.

The 170-Terawatt stone is the largest known find in known history, and its subsequent sale has already turned the dirty camp town into a shimmering metropolis.

“All people of the Ternate are welcome here. We give everyone a weekly stipend so long as they help us out with the mining or the support, and we give everyone good homes and clean living. It’s been a long time since any of us even dared dream of better,” said Miner Ric Adams, wiping away a tear. “But damn if it didn’t come. Praise be BuyMort.”

The diamond sold for an amazing 1000 morties per watt, netting an astounding 1 quadrillion morties to the lucky band of hapless miners.

Mining operation continue, with the more plentiful 100 watt Phelpsium bits remaining the main product of this lucky mining affiliate.

This has been Tracy Mills, reporting.

Check out the story at https://www.royalroad.com/fiction/50738/buymort-rise-of-the-windowpuncher-how-i-became

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