Powered by Jitbit .Net Forum free trial version.

HomeFallen London » Mr Pages’ Fabularities

“An archive of things that never happened”. An in-character forum for fanfiction and roleplaying. Beware - spoilers abound!

Forum game: Ask the character! Messages in this topic - RSS

ceradona
ceradona
Posts: 1

1/28/2019
AmeliaDC wrote:
Question: How do you prefer your mushroom prepared?


I once had mushrooms prepared with eel and muter-salt. The cook was terribly amused at their joke that the guests were speechless.
The food was much better than the joke, though I may decline muter-salt for the next few months.

Question: Who has been foolish enough to drink zee-water on a voyage, especially if they had lost a bet?
edited by ceradona on 1/28/2019
0 link
Screedius
Screedius
Posts: 1

2/6/2019
ceradona wrote:
Question: Who has been foolish enough to drink zee-water on a voyage, especially if they had lost a bet?
edited by ceradona on 1/28/2019


Certainly a zailor in dire straits after days without water might be tempted, but not one would take so much as a sip until they reached their very wits end with desperation, and even then they'd only find their thirst exacerbated and their death hastened. Given the less-than-final nature of death in the neath, however, this typically results in a desiccated and salt-cured variety of cadaver that zee-monsters find deliciously addicting. I'm told by an acquaintance from the tomb colonies that the inside of such monsters is a rather dull place to pass the time.


As far as losing a bet, I suppose there are worse things to ingest. I remember once I made a bet with a clerk in the dept. of menace eradication, and the loser was "treated" to a 7-course meal... prepared by the chefs at the Brass Embassy. I was laid up for nearly a month after that...

But I digress...

Question: What scientific advancement do you believe is most needed in the neath?
edited by Screedius on 2/6/2019
0 link
Gul al-Ahlaam
Gul al-Ahlaam
Posts: 183

2/15/2019
Do you know they have telephone lines in Hell?
Well, they might have been telephone lines. It's entirely possible they may have been whiskers, or trails of ants doing a sort of trapeze act. It's so hard to be certain with these things, in Hell especially. They're so very polite about it though. Why, I once spent a whole afternoon deposited in a sort of smelting because... well, that's not important, but suffice it to say when they retrieved me they were utter charming about the whole misunderstanding, and we even got to linger in the library, and... what was... oh! Telephones!
Yes, like they have on the surface, only prettier. We ought to have those in London! And while perhaps we couldn't run lines across the roof, we might very well run them through a mirror in one place and out in another! Imagine being able to make a phone call to a friend in the... well, not the Khanate, but in Port Carnelian perhaps! Wouldn't that be just dreamy?

Do you cultivate friends from far afield? If you do, how far could you sail from London and still have a friend with whom to stay the night?

--
The Uncanny Hierophant.
The Delicate Princeling.
0 link
Osborn Draiss
Osborn Draiss
Posts: 16

2/15/2019
Gul al-Ahlaam wrote:
Do you know they have telephone lines in Hell?

Do you cultivate friends from far afield? If you do, how far could you sail from London and still have a friend with whom to stay the night?


I try my best. Unfortunately, I'm not very good at the whole not pissing people off thing. So the farthest I could go would probably be Wisdom, in the Sea of Lilies. He's not someone I'd want to stay the night with, however, based on the fact that Wisdom is a massive prison, and he's... not in a position of power, shall we say. So realistically, I could zail to London and that would be it.

Question: Given the chance, would you go to the Elder Continent? And if it's different from the obvious reasons, you know, being immortal, why?
edited by Osborn Draiss on 2/15/2019

--
Osborn Draiss, a bumbling idiot who doesn't know what he's doing.

If you, for some unknowable reason, want to contact me, you can find me at https://www.fallenlondon.com/profile/Osborn%20Draiss. I am always interested in new friends.
0 link
Maxie Stark
Maxie Stark
Posts: 20

2/16/2019
Osborn Draiss wrote:


Question: Given the chance, would you go to the Elder Continent? And if it's different from the obvious reasons, you know, being immortal, why?
edited by Osborn Draiss on 2/15/2019



If I ever got the opportunity to go? Perhaps I would. Y'know, it's all those mysteries and allure that just... pull you to a place. Will we ever know what the Elder Continent holds? Just so long as it doesn't involve zailing. I get zee-sick.

Now my question: Has the thought of finding a forbidden Name intrigued you at all?

--
Profile link: https://www.fallenlondon.com/profile/SassmasterMaxie

Accepting most social actions!
0 link
Sir Wensleydale of Hardwick
Sir Wensleydale of Hardwick
Posts: 173

2/16/2019
Yes on both characters.
Sir Wensleydale is a bit of a scholar of that topic, though his duties at Port Carnelian and Doubt Street have priority.
Mr Netae actively seeks, and is open to any harmful social actions. Surely at least one of them will help them seek the name! They're also a bit of a jerk.

Question: How do you run your newspaper?
edited by Sir Wensleydale of Hardwick on 2/16/2019

--
Sir Wensleydale of Hardwick-A Legendary Charisma. Also shrouded, terrible, and focused.
Ambition: Light Fingers!
(TtH: ~6 PM Central Standard Time Mondays)

Mr Netae- SEEKING MR EATEN'S NAME

~
Sir Wensleydale of Hardwick/Liam Moulton
A Self-Proclaimed Scholar of the Avid Horizon.
My first two studies involving the madness: "Candles at Christmas" and "One Need Not Go North".

Founder of the Grandmaster Club.

Always up for RP.
0 link
Azothi
Azothi
Posts: 430

2/16/2019
Sir Wensleydale of Hardwick wrote:
Question: How do you run your newspaper?
The imprecise answer is "Not much." From a practical standpoint, I've not used Doubt Street much (only for Affair of the Box and for Election 1895). I'm planning on using it more in the future, but I still need to rebuild my honey-well to sponsor voyages to the Deconstruction, so bearing that in mind I probably won't be able to gather the necessary resources for that until at least after the Election, since I first have the Great Work to (not) see through and the parallel grind for Master's Blood. But once the Bishop has gathered a mountain of serpents to wage war against Hell, I'm sure there'll be time to publish.

Aletheia is the name of my character's newspaper, and that speaks to its purpose: parrhesia. This is not speaking truth to power - those in power know the truth, and they must try to conceal it - but rather offering dissection and examination of society, whether it's in the form of meritorious reporting or scandalous exposure. And, of course, it takes advantage of that to try to create revolutionary support and encode meaningful information to revolutionary agents, though the reporting itself seeks a neutral, editorial tone - a well-informed populace is one that has the right to choose to defy the Laws and the masters above.

Question: What pleasures have you taken part in this Feast of the Rose?
edited by Azothi on 2/16/2019

--
Azoth I, the Amaranthine Wanderer - Midnighter - A Paramount Presence (not currently accepting new Proteges)
Away to where the Chain cannot bind us.
Are you seeking a taste of the Cider? Send me a request in-game. Read an_ocelot's guide to find out how.
0 link
Maxie Stark
Maxie Stark
Posts: 20

2/16/2019
Azothi wrote:

Question: What pleasures have you taken part in this Feast of the Rose?
edited by Azothi on 2/16/2019



Some would argue that my endeavours have been... well, scandalous. But when there are such spectactular dfances on? You can't help but indulge. More so if you can barter for a kiss from Sinning Jenny. Her price is high but lemme tell you, she is a good kisser.

My question to you: What is the strangest yet most memorable honey-dream that you've had?

--
Profile link: https://www.fallenlondon.com/profile/SassmasterMaxie

Accepting most social actions!
0 link
Honeyaddict
Honeyaddict
Posts: 440

3/13/2019
Maxie Stark wrote:

My question to you: What is the strangest yet most memorable honey-dream that you've had?


A Honeydream where I was stuck in an ordinary nine to five job as typist at Mr. Pages Censoring Office... God that was boring!

What is your favourite book from a Neathy writer?

--
Honeyaddict, Scarlet Saint, Paramount Presence
pleasure to meet you.

Has some ideas the Masters won't approve of like some items and establishing a Colony in Parabola.

I will accept most social interactions (not duping). I do enjoy role playing as well.
Have some possibly still active codes!
0 link




Powered by Jitbit Forum 8.0.2.0 © 2006-2013 Jitbit Software