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10 min ago
Topic:
I have done a foolish thing

Passionario
Passionario
Posts: 754


18 min ago
Topic:
What Does Your Destiny Mean to You?

GuesssWho
GuesssWho
Posts: 13
The Memory.

Someday there will be a reckoning, for it cannot be postponed indefinitely. On that day se will become one of the hungry things that lurk in the water, one of the cold horrors up North, one of the terrible toothy servants that carry His train. Se does not Seek the Name, but puts down the red carpet for He that is Named. Such beings are anything but human, not that se ever truly was.
2 hours ago
Topic:
I have done a foolish thing

Daedalus_Falk
Daedalus_Falk
Posts: 62
Kylestien wrote:
This is not as foolish, but every year, assuming I remember (Irrigo is a hell of a thing) I send him a christmas card. Not for wanting bad things to happen or for any kind of reward or because I want to seek the name or anything, I just think the poor sod had it bad and hopefully it cheers it up even a tiny bit. Everyone deserves a card on Christmas.


If Postman Apocalypse has taught me anything, it's that the Post ALWAYS gets through, even unto the NORTH.
2 hours ago
Topic:
Mysteries Discussion

Frenjamin Banklin
Frenjamin Banklin
Posts: 20
Azothi wrote:
Frenjamin Banklin wrote:
OK, maybe all of that was a little on the obscure side. Maybe it's just me making connections that aren't there. But I still might have a theory. I probably have a better idea of why it might have been made then by whom.
Nice! While that information is perhaps better known, it's always great to have a new perspective on the evidence and interpretation, once again, from scratch.

Frenjamin Banklin wrote:
The one thing i don;t know however, is

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[spoiler]Most likely Salt, or the White by way of Salt. Firstly, the failure text is a clear reference to Salt, and the legacy given on success is A Travelling Light. That legacy is tied explicitly to Salt, telling the story of a star descending from the High Wilderness and taking a pilgrimage below. While the agreement appears to be tied to Salt, though, I find it more likely to be a part of the White's plans than one initiated by Salt independently. Nicator knows a surprising amount about the plans of a Judgement spymaster, and he plays a vital role in the White's machinations, even with no indication that he's ever departed the Neath. Thus, it's most likely to me that the ancient agreement was forged between the Presbyterate and Salt, who had not yet gone East, detailing the Presbyterate's place in at least this one of the White's schemes.




I was actually going into some ideas on what materials that you bring on your voyage through the horizon, and what they could signify about what is across there, but It could just be coincidence. The final text lists the preparations for crossing, and a couple of the things you have on the ship are very interesting. But it could be nothing.
2 hours ago
Topic:
I have done a foolish thing

Kylestien
Kylestien
Posts: 647
This is not as foolish, but every year, assuming I remember (Irrigo is a hell of a thing) I send him a christmas card. Not for wanting bad things to happen or for any kind of reward or because I want to seek the name or anything, I just think the poor sod had it bad and hopefully it cheers it up even a tiny bit. Everyone deserves a card on Christmas.
2 hours ago
Topic:
Weekly Fallen London Questions, 13/11/2017

Amalgamate
Amalgamate
Posts: 258
Yes. Previous exceptional stories are available to purchase for Fate on the Fate page; they're sold individually, not by season though. Playing through all three stories of a season gets you the end-of-season capstone, regardless of what order or when you get the three stories.
2 hours ago
Topic:
Weekly Fallen London Questions, 13/11/2017

Optimatum
Optimatum
Posts: 2779
If you buy and complete the individual stories from a season, the season finale should become available upon completion.
2 hours ago
Topic:
Weekly Fallen London Questions, 13/11/2017

GuesssWho
GuesssWho
Posts: 13
Is there a way to buy old seasons?
3 hours ago
Topic:
Forum game: Ask the character!

Amsfield
Amsfield
Posts: 154
Asmeria, in a small voice dropping occasionally into whispers: "I have not yet decided to discover your need or means (why have I not? There are other matters. Yes, too much to known. I learn one at a time.) but I have chosen for my self a sheltered patch of rooftop. It is not warm, but rarely are my guests. (They wrap up well. Are the bandages warm? Soft? I'll know in time.) It affords privacy, if one desires such. Also opportunity to... watch. (to see. Voices are quieter, easier to listen.) Yesterday, I saw a costermonger (she knows the game, but doesn't play) take silk from a deacon's pocket and place it on a windowsill; I could not have seen this from the street. On reflection though, maybe it might be nice to have a parlour. Or just to be further from an urchin war. (I listen when they sing, but I don't like to hear them hurt.)" She lapses silent for a moment. "What shall you miss of London, if you make it to the colonies? To stay this time."
6 hours ago
Topic:
Alexis Kennedy's Cultist Simulator

GuesssWho
GuesssWho
Posts: 13
Seems like an interesting game so far.
6 hours ago
Topic:
Panther Kitten Adoption Agency

GuesssWho
GuesssWho
Posts: 13
I am in search of a kitty that is not starveling, thankya big.
6 hours ago
Topic:
[POLL] The Best Exceptional Season?

Amsfield
Amsfield
Posts: 154
Ultimately I gave it to Wrecks, but I loved Ruins. Had the best epilogue and All Things Must End was wonderful, but while I enjoyed them neither Web of the Motherlings or, in the end, the Attendants quite lived up to the high bar that I felt the season could offer.

(Edit: I should mention I have not yet played Heart's Blood at all as this was before I played FL, and only completed one each from Family Ties and Revolution. I didn't recall the Polymath epilogue at all until I looked it up, which is damning, but I do remember that eye open trip it took in Skies, which was more literally damning.)
edited by Amsfield on 11/20/2017
6 hours ago
Topic:
I have done a foolish thing

GuesssWho
GuesssWho
Posts: 13
Speaking of, I could use a bit to eat. Care to donate?
7 hours ago
Topic:
Do you recall...

GuesssWho
GuesssWho
Posts: 13
I'm not in the chat, but reading this convinced me to write one for my signature.
7 hours ago
Topic:
Changing the size of the 'hands'?

ThePyromancer
ThePyromancer
Posts: 9
They did actually fix it? That is surprising considering the last time I had a problem in my world.
8 hours ago
Topic:
Fallen London Reworks: Dilmun Club

Jolanda Swan
Jolanda Swan
Posts: 316
True. I had money from the cider grind and dove in right after Hallowmass. I cannot imagine how much it will take for anyone else. Still, the stats on the ministers kind of compensate.
edited by Jolanda Swan on 11/19/2017
9 hours ago
Topic:
Find Friends for sparring, dinners, chess & theft

Bitty
Bitty
Posts: 74
All my accounts except my seeking account are down for pretty much all activities, I would just prefer no lethal sparring bouts and no loitering on my main!
10 hours ago
Topic:
Changing the size of the 'hands'?

cyberpunkdreams
cyberpunkdreams
Posts: 428
The one I worked on suddenly jumped to six a while ago; I reported it as a bug and they fixed it very quickly, if I remember correctly. It may be that all worlds created after a certain date have six.
10 hours ago
Topic:
[POLL] The Best Exceptional Season?

Cthonius
Cthonius
Posts: 336
Wrecks tied together so well, it's a sure victor for me
11 hours ago
Topic:
Weekly Fallen London Questions, 13/11/2017

Sara Hysaro
Sara Hysaro
Posts: 4423
In Old Seeking Reputation: Abomination made you vulnerable to Searing Enigma thefts by other Seekers. I don't think it has a use nowadays, however.




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