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Not much is known about The Camerata. Its members are Grant Kendrell, Asher Kendrell, Sybil Reisz, and Royce Bracket. As a group, they are responsible for the disappearances of high profile people in Cloudbank. The numerous individuals who "disappeared" were killed by the Camerata, their Trace Data downloaded into the Transistor. Together, they intended to improve Cloudbank, using The Process as a canvas, and the Transistor as a brush. Their plans went awry after Red took the Transistor from them, and they lost control of the Process. Grant Kendrell was the one responsible for the Transistor at the time, and without his direction, the Process began the job they were intended to do: to turn Cloudbank into a clean slate.

"When everything changes, nothing changes." --Camerata creed

"Everything we did, everything we're doing is for Cloudbank."

Admission of Guilt

To the People of Cloudbank: We Did This

We the Camerata are responsible for inexcusable crimes committed against this city and her citizens.

Posted 06-28-67 04:15 by Asher Kendrell, Editor


This is a formal admission of guilt. I solemnly swear everything written here is true. Know that I am responsible for these heinous acts perpetrated against the city of Cloudbank. My accomplices are Sybil Reisz, Royce Bracket, and Grant Kendrell. We alone are to blame. Perhaps our worst sin is you will get no justice. For now, we all share the same sentence.

(found on an OVC terminal in the Bracket Towers concourse)


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