Not much is known about the origin of the latest flyers meant to foment insurrection amongst the general populace, but there is no question that the operation to disseminate them has taken on a particular sophistication, unlike previously reported bills.
Early this morning, citizens in 10 reported districts, including Fortune City, Smoketown, Templetown, Bridgetown, and Marketown, awoke to find stacks of the mutinous leaflets left at their local news-stands and at various well-heeled street-corners under mysterious circumstances. There have been no reports of anyone spotting the clandestine operation in action, though it is unlikely that it would have appeared as anything other than a normal early-morning newspaper delivery.
The claims on the flyer (pictured here) are the normal unsubstantiated hyperbole that we have come to expect from leaflets such as this, likely the work of one of Gateway's many bands of insurrectionist wizards. These groups, mostly loosely organized, are unhappy with the latest regulations and restrictions placed on the unfettered use of arcaenic, non-runestone magic. The flyer calls for an end to the S.A.L.M.U.N. Act, passed last year in the City Council and signed into law by Chancellor Gideon.
Local district authorities have been spending the day rounding up the stacks of flyers not picked up by the good citizens of our fair city. A spokesperson for the Gateway City Guard Commandant's office has asked residents to report any stacks of the bills that may still be left.
When asked about whether the City Guard has any leads on a possible suspect or suspects in the operation, we were told that a thorough investigation is underway, and that residents are also asked to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activity or anything that seems out-of-the-ordinary, no matter how insignificant it may seem.
A Spokesperson for the Chancellor's office could not be reached for commentary.