The great virtual firewall, I suppose.
STORY & ILLUSTRATIONS No. 06: VIRTUAL WORLD
The giant digital metropolis, “Virtual World” that exists in cyberspace. Its Capital is “Kauwloon” where special algorithms are used to examine the flood of information and signals, as part of their responsibility for ensure correct and proper processing.
A Digital Metropolis Protected By Four Great Sacred Dragons Of The Cardinal Directions
Surrounding Kauwloon are four giant gates positioned at the cardinal directions: North, East, South, West, which are used to investigate signals from everywhere. Also, deployed at each gate is a sacred guardian beast of a group called the “Four Great Divine Dragons”.
“Virtual World Gate – Chuche”
“Virtual World Phoenix – Fanfan”
“Virtual World City – Kauwloon”
“Virtual World Gate – Qinglong”
“Virtual World Dragon – Longlong”
“Virtual World Gate – Xuanwu”
“Virtual World Shell – Jaja”
The “Four Great Divine Dragons” inspect incoming signals and bounce them back if they turn out to be malicious or dangerous. Their processing power is so great they can perform 1 quintillion calculations per second.
Residents Who Maintain And Preserve The “Virtual World”
The supreme Kami “Shenshen” is in charge of the center of “Kauwloon”. When you incur its wrath, you will never be allowed to enter the “Virtual World” again.
Virtual World Roshi – Laolao
Virtual World Kyubi – Shenshen
Disciples of “Laolao”
Virtual World Hime – Nyannyan
Virtual World Mai-Hime – Lulu
Virtual World Oto-Hime – Tutu
Begging to be taught by “Laolao”, who serves as the right hand of “Shenshen”, they strive to protect the future of the “Virtual World”.
Guardian Beasts Of The “Virtual World”
Virtual World Beast – Jiujiu
Virtual World Kirin – Lili
Virtual World Xiezhi – Jiji
Besides the “Four Great Sacred Dragons”, there are many other guardian beasts, each with their own specific role and purpose.
SECRET IMAGE – Virtual World
The “Virtual World” denizens all look like robots, regardless of whether they’re humanoid or bestial, emitting energy in an electric light manner. In the case of “Shenshen”, it’s particularly noticeable, as its tails seem to be made up of a torrent of intense energy.
Thanks to Jeanne_BT for the Reference Artwork