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SEEKER helps the Ythen with the tasks of extracting Seeds, making sure any very bad rule-breakers get sent to the Ythen, and manages cut off Seeds to make sure they go through the correct lifespan. If a cut-off Seed is just refusing to die when it should, that's when SEEKER steps in and sends their agents in to correct that error.

Each division of SEEKER is moderated by a Moderator who leads the division. All Moderators report to the High Moderator, who is the High Administrator’s second in command. Kitano Ashvall, brother to the famous Miran’khai boss Ahh’kuu Ya'bari'zume, is the current High Administrator of SEEKER. Ma’eve Vallindri is the current High Moderator of SEEKER.


The founder of SEEKER was Zazriel Devereaux, a former Arkn Thani that cut a deal with the Ythen to make SEEKER. The Miran’khai/Arkn Yakuza is heavily connected with SEEKER, and it is not uncommon for Miran’khai to be sent to work at SEEKER.

Lumeric does know about them: Lumeric barely tolerates the activities of SEEKER.

SEEKER has a few bases: one in Mistria, two on Ersis in two different seeds. They have several sub-bases scattered around the Empyrium and Ersis in the event that a major base is destroyed. The Mistria base is the biggest and the most well-defended. It’s stationed in the mountain ranges of Mistria. The sub-bases are located in Shallus and Distalia. The Ersis bases are both located in Japan, with the sub-bases in North America and Europe. The Ersis bases are the second biggest bases and are the most technologically advanced.

There are a few main divisions of SEEKER: there’s Endgame, Guardian, Turncoder, Looker and Realmsdiver. There are also Sales divisions at SEEKER, but they are less recognized. They also have a jingle.[1]

The Endgame division of SEEKER massacres outlier Seeds when the time comes to clear them out, as well as razes realms and sub-realms if commissioned to - they evacuate all Arkn and Dekn as well as Arkn and Dekn halfbreeds residing in the Seed. The Ythen give the SEEKER employees a bullet-proof Aura that makes them invulnerable to all attack and a tracker to locate the humans before the employees set to slaughtering all living humans in the outlier Seed. They are also responsible for stationing assassins, known as Morit’damari or Fear-blades, on Ersis to eliminate anyone the Ythen deem troublesome. The Morit’damari are able to stop a few Seeds from becoming outlier seeds by assassinating the people who would make those Seeds outlier Seeds. The Moderator for this division is Cano’besar Ebores.

The Guardian division oversees the refugees from outlier seeds. It also defends SEEKER’s headquarters and is responsible for training new employees. The Arkn and Arkn halfbreed refugees are trained to be employees for SEEKER while the Dekn and Dekn halfbreeds are sent to the Elevrium or picked up by Lumeric. The Moderators for this division is Ma’eve Vallindri (part-time) and On’caste Dolchera (part-time)

The Turncoder division makes extremely well-crafted Sigil weaponry for their agents to use. It also sells some of this tech on the black market to provide funding for some of SEEKER’s activities. EXONA was an AI/personal assistant that an employee of the Turncoder division (Dem'deure Elext) brought in, and it quickly became the unofficial mascot of the Turncoder division. The prototype for EXONA was made by none other than For'ende Elext, Faust's best friend.[2] The Moderator for this division is Vael’vensir Anathema.

  • Turncoder’s sigil-tech is mainly focused on weaponry. The weaponry is split into two product lines:
  • Veiledge blades are self-sharpening. They fire out a blast from the cross-guard that cuts the sword down to its exact sharpness. This blast can also be used to blast a hole through a stabbed enemy.
  • Lykator guns shoot out the person’s choice of element. They’d click the according colored lever, spin the barrel of the gun one way and be able to fire a blast of Ethri energy one minute, a mini fire arrow the next. Each colored lever on the barrel of the gun pushes a sigil designed to fire something out at a dangerous force. The guns have a Rethyc crystal hilt or handle.

The Looker division observes pop culture to see if there are any humans they should sort into the Faller Program. The Ythen help mark down potential Fallers in the outlier seeds eliminated by the Endgame Division. When the Endgame division goes to eliminate humans, these Faller candidates will be specially marked on the tracker to find and recruit. They keep the files of all humans involved in the Faller Program. They have a reputation of being exceptionally well-behaved, considering their job involves sorting through Erisian pop culture such as television and video games. Their Moderator is Leveru Tatami.


The Faller Program is where a mix of volunteer humans from outlier seeds are given the chance to work for SEEKER. It was established by the Realmsdiver and Endgame division a few years after SEEKER began operations. Zazriel witnessed how well humans worked at Lumeric and decided to test it out at SEEKER via the Faller Program. The Faller Program holds 20 fleets. These fleets are all led by: the UMBRA dreadnaught, the BANSHEE frigate, and the CULTIST frigate.

The UMBRA Dreadnaught is staffed by High Captain Adrian Windward, the mechanic Morgan Emory, the Master of Arms Sumi’vre Sarabande (a human raised by Arkn) and the co-helmsman Jerome Carrigan. The BANSHEE Frigate is staffed by Rear-Captain Victor Blackwood, the Master-of-Arms Savannah Sinclair, the mechanic Sydney Caldwell, and the helmsman Lucien Marchant. The CULTIST Frigate is staffed by Lieutenant Catherine Redcroft, the Master-of-Arms Michael Calder, the mechanic Timothy Gailbrough, and the helmsman known as Grey Isodora.

All ships in the Faller fleets have a Lieutenant, a Master of Arms, a mechanic and a helmsman. There can also be nurses and other additions based on the ships in question and the importance of said ships in the fleet.

The Realmsdiver division explores subrealms. The Realmsdiver division is also responsible for hosting all humans part of the Faller Program. They hold 40 fleets of exploration ships in total, including the Faller Program’s 20 fleets. The main fleet is the Astra’philora, led by the Moderator Captain Ca’carcus.

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