From Ancient Societies





Mu: The Lost Founders

Motto: Roots in the Ocean. Head in the Stars.


MuThe first great human civilization. Born on a continent in the Pacific that no longer exists. The Mu had a deep sense of place in the order of things, and a philosophy that prized mental strength, acceptance of death, and nature as the ultimate teacher. Historians consider them a fabrication, to their and everybody else’s peril.






The Mu are believed to be the first advanced human location They came from a legendary continent – often referred to as Atlantis – that is believed to have been wiped out in an unnamed catastrophe in the far past. Modern understanding of geo-climate and plate tectonics say that such a continent is impossible. As we know, modern understanding is often very wrong.

  • Name: The Lost Continent of Mu
  • Continent: Mu
  • Time Period: 50,000-12,000 BCE
  • Succeeded/Conquered By: Many
  • Currently: Pacific Ocean

There’s an entire industry devoted to debunking discoveries about the Mu.  Why are they trying so hard? Are they actively hiding things from us, or are they afraid of what they might find out?

Of all the 12 Lines, the Mu are the most mysterious, with deep secrets that are yet to be revealed. Even my father is sometimes a little cagey about them – something about being here “before everything”. We will be spending a lot of time on the Mu – eventually – but we have a lot to do before we get there.


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Endgame Player: Chiyoko Takeda

Chiyoko Takaeda


     Her Line is older than any other, the secrets of it lost to the ages. She cannot speak yet she doesn’t need to; her actions speak much louder than anything she could ever say. To her, Endgame is her destiny and she’ll do whatever it takes to fulfill it.
“Chiyoko knows that these disks are just a few of many that existed through antiquity going back much farther than 12,000 years. Going back 20,000, 30,000, 40,000 years….The woman said to pass the disk down the line, along with her words, and that when the time came, they would make sense. And so now they do. To Chiyoko Takeda, the 7,947th Player of the 2nd line. All she needs is the disk.”