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Amsfield
Amsfield
Posts: 163

8 days ago
Venshik: Who would choose to be a Rubbery? Even a respectable person is permitted treat them in a manner which would see me back in that stalactite were I caught doing unto real people. I'd not want to be a Fisher-King either, though license to take and steal as I pleased does appeal. The Knotted Sock would be preferable as they seem handier with a blade, and keener to use it.
Speaking of the use of blades, which recent report of Jack's doings amused you the most?

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Amsfield: http://fallenlondon.storynexus.com/Profile/Amsfield
A devotee of pleasures intellectual and fleshy. Always fabulously masked.
Honoria Kastern: http://fallenlondon.storynexus.com/Profile/Honoria%20Kastern
A hunter, a shooter and a fisher. Also a patriotic busy body. Mildly corrupted.
Maiser: http://fallenlondon.storynexus.com/Profile/Maiser
A young firebrand of obviously criminal intent.
Venshik: http://fallenlondon.storynexus.com/Profile/Venshik
Not a nice person.
Asmeria: http://fallenlondon.storynexus.com/Profile/Asmeria
Quiet, thoughtful and possibly mad. Excellent listener though. Favours grey.
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mate888
mate888
Posts: 5

8 days ago
Llywellyn: I say! Amused by the violent and murderous acts of such a maniacal thing!?
Well now that you mention it I'm quite a follower of Jack's works. I've recently accepted a job to immortalize the ol' chap in a Penny Dreadful. Did you hear of the last slash up he did into some poor sods near the docks? I tell you, it's great writing material.
Speaking of horrible yet morbidly interesting things, do you have any acquaintances that might have braved the Unterzee? Any that came back alive, even?

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The frightening Frenchwoman
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Harry P.
Harry P.
Posts: 9

7 days ago
HP: Do I have any acquaintances who have braved the Unterzee? I do. He is standing right here, for I am that acquaintance. I also have a few friends who have made the perilous journeys across the zees themselves. Thankfully, we all came back alive, sound and well. I myself journeyed to Polythreme, the land of voices and mutinous clothing. It was certainly morbid, but I consider it a delightful place regardless.

Now, for my fellow zailors. Of all the places you have set sail to so far, which would you say have been the most enjoyable to visit?

EKB: ...Well shit.

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Harry P.: http://fallenlondon.storynexus.com/Profile/HarryP22h
A Magnanimous Gentleman Fighter with a tendency for melancholic monologues.
Elizabeth K. Broker: http://fallenlondon.storynexus.com/Profile/Elizabeth%20K%20Broker
A Recently Arrived Lady with a thirst for justice and vengeance.
If you are ever in need of any assistance, do not hesitate to ask the first guy. The second one's... finicky.
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Anchovies
Anchovies
Posts: 407

15 hours ago
Harry P. wrote:
Now, for my fellow zailors. Of all the places you have set sail to so far, which would you say have been the most enjoyable to visit?
Polythreme! So many dismiss it as a place of chaos and strife, and, well, I cannot say they are entirely wrong. But I have seen all the isle in harmony under the guidance of its king and oh, the beauty of it! All things, the very soil and stone and water, united in common cause! Polythreme is a place with so very much potential.

Polythreme is also a place with no snow. If only we were so fortunate. What would you be doing, if you weren't busy shoveling out your front walk?

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Perhaps our role on this planet is not to worship God — but to create Him.
—Sir Arthur C Clarke

Lionel Anchovies. Most social actions welcome. Always open to some delicious roleplaying. Please no betrayals, photographer, or lethal sparring. My Time, the Healer arrives on Saturdays at 14:30 GMT
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Kylestien
Kylestien
Posts: 659

14 hours ago
Anchovies wrote:
Harry P. wrote:
Now, for my fellow zailors. Of all the places you have set sail to so far, which would you say have been the most enjoyable to visit?
Polythreme! So many dismiss it as a place of chaos and strife, and, well, I cannot say they are entirely wrong. But I have seen all the isle in harmony under the guidance of its king and oh, the beauty of it! All things, the very soil and stone and water, united in common cause! Polythreme is a place with so very much potential.

Polythreme is also a place with no snow. If only we were so fortunate. What would you be doing, if you weren't busy shoveling out your front walk?


Well, the good news there is I don't have to spend the time shoveling. I tend to live in a particularly perilous part of town for lacre, so I decided to pay the Urchins to clear it off my path. They get some money and sell the collected lacre to those interested, I get a free bucket for my experiments, my path fully cleared, and I can sit inside having a hot cup of tea with a book. It's mutually beneficial.

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?

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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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Sir Joseph Marlen
Sir Joseph Marlen
Posts: 509

7 hours ago
Amsfield wrote:
On death, Cider not withstanding, how would you chose to go? Violent true death or to the colonies? Some
other demise?


"Well, the Neath is a curious place with loopholes for such laws, so I don't plan on dying. If for nothing else, because I fear death more than I'd embrace it. Were I forced to choose, though, I'd have to go with those icy moths from the Colonies. I would want some part of me to live on, and what better way than as something known for its morbid beauty?"
Passionario wrote:
"If you were forced to choose between loyalty to your family and staying true to your friends, what would you do?"

Marlen sets down their coffee with a harsh clink, and what was a soft smile only seconds ago has turned to a cold glare. "Friends, of course. They are all the family I need, and the family I do enjoy, whether by marriage or blood, are close friends of mine regardless."
Harry P. wrote:
Now, for my fellow zailors. Of all the places you have set sail to so far, which would you say have been the most enjoyable to visit?

"That depends on your definition of 'enjoyable'. I'm fond of Port Carnelian, it's a lovely blend London tradition and foreign culture that I find refreshing. The Court of the Wakeful Eye is also a warm hearth away from home, a nice vacation spot from time to time for profit and intrigue. And while the journey there wasn't enjoyable per se, well...making my first and last trip North was quite the relief. I'd most likely go with Port Carnelian, though they all have something to experience."

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Sir Joseph Marlen - The Romantic Sophist
Alexus Harven - The Defiant Fatalist
Rose Reinhelm - The Respectful Revolutionary
Cappuccino - The Perfidious Spycraft


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