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Six Handed Merchant
Six Handed Merchant
Posts: 95

12/17/2017
Kylestien wrote:
One of charity since the season is here: You have in your possession something that would make a unfortunate soul very happy, and it costs you nothing to give it to them. Would you? Why/ why not?


"If it would cost me nothing, then I deduce that the item in my possession is of no value to me. In that case, I would happily give my possession to the unfortunate soul. As a merchant of information, I need as many strands in my web as possible. Better to help this grateful unfortunate and have another set of useful eyes at my disposal."

Six's red eyes scrutinize your own, "If you could send a Christmas card to any entity in the Neath (human, eldritch, animate, imprisoned, or otherwise) who would you send it to, and what would it say?"


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    The Six Handed Merchant: Private detective, good samaritan, scandalous social progressive, Soul Shepherd with the C.V.R., orphanage patron/matron, Correspondent, Nocturnal Bohemian, labor union backer, radical academic, truth seeker, free thinker, honey-dreaming hedonist, Legendary Charisma. If it's truth you seek, The Six Handed Merchant is the gentlemen-, er, lady-, er, detective you need! Just pay no mind to that Eradication Officer tailing Six: that poor fellow is simply out of his mind!

    Six's Mantlepiece (I am available for roleplaying and social interactions. My schedule is very full, so please PM me OOC and we'll work out the details.)
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    Teaspoon
    Teaspoon
    Posts: 846

    12/17/2017
    "Stone, I think. To ask what's going on with that whole immortality business- and other things. I mean, it probably wouldn't work, but I could ask, right?"

    "Question. Does anyone know where I can buy one of those jillyfleur cloaks I've heard so much about?"

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    Truth lies at the bottom of a well.

    http://fallenlondon.storynexus.com/profile/Alt%20Ern
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    Kylestien
    Kylestien
    Posts: 706

    12/18/2017
    "You could try The Bazzar maybe. I found many a strange thing there. or failing that, if you have certain, shall we say, contacts, you could offer them a job."

    So, the big announcement of the season: Feduchi and The Captivating princess are getting married! The first royal wedding since the fall! How do you feel about it?

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    I will accept all actions, though I hold the right to refuse for my own reasons. However, if you explain WHY you send me a harmful action like Loitering or Dantes,And I feel the reason good, I will consider it more. http://fallenlondon.storynexus.com/Profile/Kylestien

    Persuasive patron. You want a lesson, send me a message asking for one.
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    Daedalus_Falk
    Daedalus_Falk
    Posts: 137

    12/18/2017
    Kylestien wrote:
    "You could try The Bazzar maybe. I found many a strange thing there. or failing that, if you have certain, shall we say, contacts, you could offer them a job."

    So, the big announcement of the season: Feduchi and The Captivating princess are getting married! The first royal wedding since the fall! How do you feel about it?


    It is a fine occasion to break out the '68! After all, a Royal Wedding is a rare thing. Actually, rumour has it that the Captivating Princess has a taste for Honey. If so, then she has my undying loyalty, as people who can hold their booze & honey are people worthy of leadership. It's why I like Feducci, even if he is an Italian (which he must be, with that name).

    Where was I? As, yes.

    Which of the three sisters of Hunter's Keep is your favourite to spend time with?

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    http://fallenlondon.storynexus.com/Profile/Daedalus_Falk

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    For I was hungry, and you gave me rats. I was thirsty, and you gave me rats. I was naked, and you gave me rats. The rodents were gathered together, the cats slept in the Sun’s blindness, and the rats rose like the Moon, in the light at the edge of the cheese.
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    Harry P.
    Harry P.
    Posts: 82

    1/18/2018
    HP: I personally enjoyed spending time with all 3 sisters of Hunter's Keep. Each of them had their merits and none were a bore to be around. Why, I almost wished I had stayed behind... Regardless, if I were to choose my favorite, it would be none other than Ms Lucy. (I do apologize, Ms Cynthia and Ms Phoebe.) Despite the pain of losing her beloved, she still had the ability to see past the pain and saw the humour and joy she had in her past. She would be fit to stand in any salon worth their salt. Of course, as I have iterated, I enjoyed the company of all 3 sisters of Hunter's Keep.

    EKB: ?

    Since Penstock's Wicket has open its doors, I must ask. For those who have one, how do you feel about your Noman?

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    A Magnanimous Gentleman Author with a tendency for melancholic monologues.
    Elizabeth K. Broker: http://fallenlondon.storynexus.com/Profile/Elizabeth%20K%20Broker
    A Socially-Awkward Dueling Trickster with a thirst for vengeance and a soft spot for urchins.
    If you are ever in need of any assistance, do not hesitate to ask either of them. The second one is still finicky, though.
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    Passionario
    Passionario
    Posts: 777

    9 days ago
    "...Relieved."

    Is there a line that you promised yourself not to cross ever?

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    Passionario: Profile, Story, Ending
    Passion: Profile
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    Catherine Raymond
    Catherine Raymond
    Posts: 2004

    9 days ago
    Passionario wrote:
    "...Relieved."

    Is there a line that you promised yourself not to cross ever?


    [cathyr19355] Yes. I vowed to myself that, despite all my dealings with Devils I would never sell my soul. And then, through sheer negligence and inadvertence, I did. Twice.

    Why have you advanced the Liberation of Night if you have done so?
    edited by cathyr19355 on 5/16/2018

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    Cathy Raymond
    http://fallenlondon.storynexus.com/Profile/cathyr19355

    Catherine Raymond aka Mrs. Rykar Malkus http://fallenlondon.storynexus.com/Profile/Catherine%20Raymond (Gone NORTH)
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    Barse
    Barse
    Posts: 590

    9 days ago
    Catherine Raymond wrote:
    Why have you advanced the Liberation of Night if you have done so?

    "Payback.

    "What keeps you up at night?"

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    The Scorched Sailor, up for most social actions and RP. Not as scary as he looks.
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    Fallen Puppeteer
    Fallen Puppeteer
    Posts: 18

    9 days ago
    "Literally, or figuratively? Either way, the answer would be the rose petal of dasies in my window."
    [Aight, Malcolm's officially lost it.]
    [Well, uh... Question, question... Ah!]
    [If the ending to the SMEN storyline was horribly anticlimactic, what do you think it would be like? Oh, and no spoilers as to the actual ending.]

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    "Il ne reste donc rien, sauf pour nos regrets."
    (No, I'm not French. I used Google Translate.)
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    Honeyaddict
    Honeyaddict
    Posts: 90

    9 days ago
    "If it was horribly anticlimatic, I'd throw out the rotten honey that caused said mad dream. Or sell it for a good price to an unlucky person who wants to live in said nightmare. I've ventured said road a little, but not too deeply... Utter madness.
    I do wonder, how many amongst you have had tea with a Tiger while young Orphans brought some biscuits?"

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    Honeyaddict, Canon

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    Catherine Raymond
    Catherine Raymond
    Posts: 2004

    9 days ago
    Honeyaddict wrote:
    "If it was horribly anticlimatic, I'd throw out the rotten honey that caused said mad dream. Or sell it for a good price to an unlucky person who wants to live in said nightmare. I've ventured said road a little, but not too deeply... Utter madness.
    I do wonder, how many amongst you have had tea with a Tiger while young Orphans brought some biscuits?"


    [cathyr19355] I have done so many times with my Tigresses (it occasionally pleases my own Orphan, Dudley Doorite, to serve us), and I have also had tea and biscuits with members of the Court of the Wakeful Eye. Many of their serving Orphans are boys I brought to the Court in my own ship. Contrary to London opinion, the members of the Court do not devour or hunt such boys; they prefer to train them to perform all of the genteel functions of life for which hands with opposable thumbs are a necessity. Those boys are paid handsomely, permitted to leave the Court after puberty, and often make fortunes for themselves at other courts.

    How much is your soul worth to you?
    edited by cathyr19355 on 5/17/2018

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    Cathy Raymond
    http://fallenlondon.storynexus.com/Profile/cathyr19355

    Catherine Raymond aka Mrs. Rykar Malkus http://fallenlondon.storynexus.com/Profile/Catherine%20Raymond (Gone NORTH)
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    Honeyaddict
    Honeyaddict
    Posts: 90

    9 days ago
    Catherine Raymond wrote:


    How much is your soul worth to you?




    I've sold it twice so far, once when I first arrived, it was more like it was stolen then I merely got a collection of Sapphires, Nevercold Brass and such likes, the second time I gained a fabulous diamond from with, it's so shiny!

    Who amongst you is happily married, to whom? Or planning to get married?

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    Honeyaddict, Canon

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    Ixc
    Ixc
    Posts: 126

    8 days ago
    I am happily married to an alt of mine, the Lady of Lemons. We are both happily married because we're both running a Notability fraud scheme on the Bazaar. Ixc gains Notability and ingratiates himself to the Bazaar, while the Lady of Lemons sabotages the Bazaar in a unique way.

    What does your Profession mean to you?

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    Pleased to meet you. Ixc, spy and detective. Inventor of the Correspondence Cannon. Are you a Paramount Presence? Record your name here. For posterity, of course.

    Out of the night that covers me,
    Black as the pit from pole to pole,
    I thank whatever gods may be
    For my unconquerable soul.
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    Kowth
    Kowth
    Posts: 63

    8 days ago
    Way back when I found out you could get it back, I bought and sold it like twelve times to see if “Metaphysical Caprice” did anything. I always hoped I’d start going sour. “Better that Parabola had rotted your lights”.
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    Honeyaddict
    Honeyaddict
    Posts: 90

    8 days ago
    Ixc wrote:
    What does your Profession mean to you?


    My Profession is part of who I am, as a Midnighter and Invisible Eminence.
    As well as my passion, plus it's nice to have a small shrine at home. Forgivement for my sins is less than a block away. If I wanted to be forgiven for said sins.

    What is the sin you indulge most in here, in London?

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    Honeyaddict, Canon

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    curtistruffle
    curtistruffle
    Posts: 118

    7 days ago
    Honeyaddict wrote:
    What is the sin you indulge most in here, in London?



    Dr. Johnathan Priest: Wrath. It's led me down here and still is my only beacon of reason in the darkness.
    Ms. Jane Barlowe: It's sloth, perhaps. I often do nothing for ages! That's a destiny of the alt.
    Ms. Cardinalli Browning: How do we qualify a craving for a deadly humour? Lust?

    Question is: what was your most disturbing encounter down here, the thing, person or place you considered scariest of all?
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    Johnathan Priest(Nemesis), a Disturbing Hunter of horrors both humane and eldritch.
    Oneiric Key: 35/40
    Jane Barlowe(Light Fingers), an Enlightened Socialist and zealot of progress.
    BDR: 12/14
    Cardinalli Browning(Bag a Legend), a Joyful Adventuress and a fictional character, written by Jane Barlowe.
    POSI: 3/4
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    The Curious Watcher
    The Curious Watcher
    Posts: 77

    7 days ago
    curtistruffle wrote:
    Question is: what was your most disturbing encounter down here, the thing, person or place you considered scariest of all?
    edited by curtistruffle on 5/18/2018



    Den Blackwell: Have you heard of the Avid Horizon, the Gate that lies up North? Have you felt your bones quake and your blood freeze as all color disappears from the surroundings, leaving nothing to see but an endless pool of stars? Have you seen the damned that have written their names in remembrance, begging for the forgiveness of the Empress? I have, and I warn that those seeking to enter it will be destroyed in the process. Whatever lies North is indeed too cold for gods, and certainly too cold for ourselves.

    Question: How do you think the Neath will end?

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    Den Blackwell,
    http://fallenlondon.storynexus.com/Profile/Den%20Blackwell

    The Silent Vake Hunter,
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    Honeyaddict
    Honeyaddict
    Posts: 90

    6 days ago
    The Curious Watcher wrote:


    Question: How do you think the Neath will end?



    I think the Neath will not end, if it will end it shall be in a fierce and bloody battle between the Revolutionaries, Hell, the Masters, the Khanate, Polythreme and who knows it what other factions!

    But even then, in the remains of the battle, some will survive who will continue in the Neath's way of life probably, since no-one who died or lived down here can go up into the sunlight once more.

    My question is how do you enjoy your time down here in the Neath? With a grand Scheme to follow or do you just live day-to-day?

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    Honeyaddict, Canon

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