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Tofan Bogdan
Tofan Bogdan
Posts: 424

2/23/2017
Im proud owner of the London Truth. Young newspaper but dedicated to the uncovering of the truth.

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My profile http://fallenlondon.storynexus.com/Profile/Tofan%20Bogdan
I would love actions that increases making waves. I mean increases making waves. All other social outside of malus actions.
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James Nox
James Nox
Posts: 2

5/1/2017
The Illuminated Pages

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A well rounded individual who likes nothing better than to deceive those who deserve it, but not so far as to cost them their souls. He has lost his own for the time being and does not wish it upon anyone else. http://fallenlondon.storynexus.com/Profile/Cash%20Rion
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Alice Graham
Alice Graham
Posts: 1

5/5/2017
My newspaper is called "The Blue Prophet", like the birds to the South. Our focus is on obituaries and horoscopes pertaining to death.

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Alice Graham: Ex-Anarchist, Glasswoman, and sailor of the Unterzee http://fallenlondon.storynexus.com/Profile/Alice%20Graham
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Aberrant Eremite
Aberrant Eremite
Posts: 362

5/5/2017
Tanith Wyrmwood's newspaper is called The Salacious Herald. She knows what sells, but she's ... not a subtle person.
edited by Aberrant Eremite on 5/5/2017

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Hieronymus Drake: Gentleman scholar, big-game hunter, scar-faced aristocrat. Remarkably sane, all things considered.
Tanith Wyrmwood: Longshanks cat-burglar; Bohemian author; now, perhaps, something more. Bubbly, expressive, and affectionate. It’s not only still waters that run deep.
Telemachia Lee: Gentle lady by birth, brawling Docker by choice. Good company in the drunk tank.
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Bertrand Lyndon
Bertrand Lyndon
Posts: 95

5/5/2017
Bertrand called his newspaper 'The Fifth Column', because 'The Seventh Pillar' wouldn't make sense before 1922.

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Bertrand Lyndon, a former Sergeant of the 7th Dragoon Guards who deals in crime and secrets.

(My main profile: a Midnighter available for Orphanages)

Jordan Farchild, a kid who often meddles in things bigger than herself, and Bertrand's ward.

(I check this profile less often than Bertrand and I use it only for very light roleplay)

Call me Barren on the IRC.
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Teaspoon
Teaspoon
Posts: 866

5/5/2017
Sure it would!

Assuming that's not one of the verses that was "adjusted", I mean.

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Truth lies at the bottom of a well.

https://www.fallenlondon.com/profile/Alt%20Ern
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Bertrand Lyndon
Bertrand Lyndon
Posts: 95

5/5/2017
Teaspoon wrote:
Sure it would!

Assuming that's not one of the verses that was "adjusted", I mean.


I wan't exactly hinting at a verse
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Though it does come from Proverbs 9:1.
edited by Bertrand Lyndon on 5/5/2017

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Bertrand Lyndon, a former Sergeant of the 7th Dragoon Guards who deals in crime and secrets.

(My main profile: a Midnighter available for Orphanages)

Jordan Farchild, a kid who often meddles in things bigger than herself, and Bertrand's ward.

(I check this profile less often than Bertrand and I use it only for very light roleplay)

Call me Barren on the IRC.
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robberbaroness
robberbaroness
Posts: 4

5/15/2017
Mine is The Chthonic Companion. We're still finding our voice, but so far there's an equal mix of hard-hitting truth-telling and pornographic poetry in our pages.
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Yeah
Yeah
Posts: 67

5/15/2017
Funny story, about my newspaper...

Originally, I had attempted to call it 'The Scriveners' Review', though I must have accidentally selected my Gang of Hoodlums, as that's who ended up being renamed. So now, I have a newspaper cleverly titled "Newspaper", as well as a band of shockingly erudite scoundrels. I imagine they spend their time stealing research and forcefully peer-reviewing it.

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Yeah Man - A Bleeding-heart hoarder of curiosities.
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Aberrant Eremite
Aberrant Eremite
Posts: 362

5/15/2017
Yeah wrote:
Funny story, about my newspaper...

Originally, I had attempted to call it 'The Scriveners' Review', though I must have accidentally selected my Gang of Hoodlums, as that's who ended up being renamed. So now, I have a newspaper cleverly titled "Newspaper", as well as a band of shockingly erudite scoundrels. I imagine they spend their time stealing research and forcefully peer-reviewing it.


You! You're Dr. Orthos, aren't you?

He murdered me in cold blood and stole my research! And then he ... he made me revise and resubmit!

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Hieronymus Drake: Gentleman scholar, big-game hunter, scar-faced aristocrat. Remarkably sane, all things considered.
Tanith Wyrmwood: Longshanks cat-burglar; Bohemian author; now, perhaps, something more. Bubbly, expressive, and affectionate. It’s not only still waters that run deep.
Telemachia Lee: Gentle lady by birth, brawling Docker by choice. Good company in the drunk tank.
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Isabelle
Isabelle
Posts: 1

6/22/2017
Stormwater Documents
edited by Charmaine Vadmor on 6/22/2017
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Shalinoth
Shalinoth
Posts: 508

6/22/2017
Mine is called The Sunday Chimes ™

My orphanage is called The Urchin Union!

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Profiles: Shally, Chimes & Jack~of~Smiles . . . Current Goal:
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Plynkes
Plynkes
Posts: 866

6/22/2017
Mine is The Hampton Wick Admonisher.

Because I have a juvenile sense of humour and enjoy getting things under the radar.

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"Then tell Wind and Fire where to stop, but don't tell me."
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SeveredJoke
SeveredJoke
Posts: 171

6/22/2017
Yeah wrote:
Funny story, about my newspaper...

Originally, I had attempted to call it 'The Scriveners' Review', though I must have accidentally selected my Gang of Hoodlums, as that's who ended up being renamed. So now, I have a newspaper cleverly titled "Newspaper", as well as a band of shockingly erudite scoundrels. I imagine they spend their time stealing research and forcefully peer-reviewing it.


I did the same! My gang of hoodlums is called The Nefarious Times.

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Annabelle McAllister - Nemesis

Marlon JD - Bag a Legend

Suzi Bapsthwaite - Light Fingers

Delilah Moreo - Heart's Desire

Alexei Totkinder - Nemesis
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Mr Scribble
Mr Scribble
Posts: 7

1/23/2018
It would indeed be unfortunate if a fellow press mogul were to accidentally duplicate the name of my newspaper. So, for the record, my newspaper is the Weekend Morning Sunshine Times-Herald and Zailing News.

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MrScribble - "Greetings, delicious _______!"

https://www.fallenlondon.com/profile/MrScribble

DrSeek - "The Name cannot hide!"
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Ixc
Ixc
Posts: 437

1/23/2018
Mine is the Bastion of Truth. Reports the most pressing and important events of London, and rarely esoteric nonsense.

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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.

Being poked incessantly by nightmares? Poke them back!
Vote the Viscountess for Mayor!
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Bitty
Bitty
Posts: 235

1/23/2018
mines Hotfeed...
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Lady Karnstein
Lady Karnstein
Posts: 382

1/23/2018
London Labrys, same as the Salon.

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Lady Caroline Karnstein, The Moral Hedonist (Description)
Infamous writer, artist, and courtesan. Unrepentant Invert. Hesperidean.
Paramount Presence, Correspondent, Nocturnal. Poet Laureate of the Neath, Ambassador to Arbor
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curtistruffle
curtistruffle
Posts: 139

1/23/2018
A humble periodical of mine is "Midnight Messenger". We there devoted to mysteries, omens, dreadfuls and scandal!

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Johnathan Priest(Nemesis), a Visionary Hunter of horrors both humane and eldritch.
I am a Dangerous patron
Jane Barlowe(Light Fingers), a Notorious Shenanigan and mediocre writer.
Cardinalli Browning(Bag a Legend), a Joyful Adventuress and a fictional character, written by Jane Barlowe.
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Daedalus_Falk
Daedalus_Falk
Posts: 252

1/23/2018
The Veilgarden Varangian.

It is a bastion of Art, Gossip, and Libertinage.
edited by Daedalus_Falk on 1/23/2018

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https://www.fallenlondon.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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