Overview[edit | edit source]
The November Riots (The November on Wall Graffiti) is a series of protests against the emerging regime in the city in Mirror's Edge in the year FY 36. They were planned and organized by Robert Pope, Austen Reynolds, and Abraham Connors.
Backstory[edit | edit source]
Before the Chapters in Mirror's Edge, the city slowly started to become a new City regime. Though some didn't mind the new form of government or just didn't notice, others hated such change. So, having Pope as their leader, they made protests against the government, hoping to change their minds before the process of becoming a new one is completed.
Early demonstrations (rallies, protests, and marches) seem to be nonviolent as there was no break in the plans. However, soon Riot Control Forces (should be Pirandello Kruger's or City Protection Force officers) began to attack the protesters, either without reason or because the protesters attacked first.
With such violence, damage, and even death to some, these protests were known as riots. The protests stopped because it couldn't go on with the damage done. Known as a piece of history in the city, these events were called the November Riots.
Mirror's Edge[edit | edit source]
- The Connors sisters lost their mother (she was killed) in one of the violent protests.
- Pope planned to be mayor of the city at the time when Faith was a Runner, hoping to make success of what the Riots were not able to do.
- The riots were referenced in some Wall Graffiti on a Bag location in the The Shard Chapter. It says, "Where is November???"
- A memorial was supposed to be unveiled to remember the events of the riots. However, current mayor Callaghan called off the unveiling, simply saying there was a security threat (most likely, followers of the protest could put up a fight there).