Orange Pyramid in ruins after storm
The Orange Pyramid has been ruined after a heavy storm.
The pyramid, situated in Wrythe Public Park, was noted at the end of last year to have been damaged by a bush growing over it. Strong winds of up to 80 mph during a storm on the evening of 14 February are thought to have pushed the bush against the monument violently enough to severely damage it.
Some of the bricks out of which the pyramid is built have fallen off, and most of the others have become dislodged. Wrythe Genocide Memorial, an unrelated monument situated next to the pyramid, is undamaged.
The Emperor has so far given no indication as to whether the ruined pyramid will be rebuilt, dismantled, or left as it is.