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SaraFBG
SaraFBG
Posts: 52

2 days ago
The Feast of the Rose is now entirely over, and Lilac is no longer available to accept Masquing.


What to look forward to next?


Through early March, we’ll be continuing to make small updates and improvements, but the next major new event in Fallen London will be the Parabolan War.


Read more on our blog.
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phryne
phryne
Posts: 1452

2 days ago
SaraFBG wrote:
the Parabolan War

I wonder what we'd have got if the Rubbery Entrepreneur had won instead...

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Tsar Koschei
Tsar Koschei
Posts: 412

2 days ago
Well well! We'd best get our whacking sticks ready, the snakes' day of reckoning approaches!

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Rachel
Rachel
Posts: 182

2 days ago
phryne wrote:
SaraFBG wrote:
the Parabolan War

I wonder what we'd have got if the Rubbery Entrepreneur had won instead...

I wonder what we'd have gotten had FF Gebrandt won. Sadly, we're getting a war.

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NotaWalrus
NotaWalrus
Posts: 329

2 days ago
Time to whack some snakes.

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Ragnar Degenhand
Ragnar Degenhand
Posts: 223

2 days ago
It will be interesting to see how the player community responds. I remember one year, people opting out of the election because they were being mobbed constantly. Some people opt out of the election even now. So we'll have to see how it pans out.

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Tsar Koschei
Tsar Koschei
Posts: 412

1 days ago
NotaWalrus wrote:
Time to whack some snakes.
And the Lord said: "Whack ye all the serpents which crawl on their bellies, and thy town shall be a beacon unto others."

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Dagforth
Dagforth
Posts: 43

1 days ago
Speaking as a determined opponent of the Liberation can I just say, "What this country needs is a short, victorious war to stem the tide of revolution."

It's early 1900 now so in a few years I expect the aphorism "Never get involved in a land war in [Parabola]" will become popular.
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phryne
phryne
Posts: 1452

1 days ago
I hope there'll be an option to stay neutral/work towards peace/mediate between the parties/be a double agent. Any of those. All of those. wink

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Winthropx
Winthropx
Posts: 291

1 days ago
phryne wrote:
I hope there'll be an option to stay neutral/work towards peace/mediate between the parties/be a double agent. Any of those. All of those. wink


I wanna be able to stay neutral. Or at least set up a place to be a respite for all those wary, tired, or sick of war.

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Tsar Koschei
Tsar Koschei
Posts: 412

1 days ago
I hope there'll be an option to collect and display all the fingerkings I kill on a lanyard.

Maybe several lanyards.

Just call me the Saint Patrick of Parabola, or whatever his Neathy equivalent may be.

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No loitering, coffee at Caligula's or Affluent Photographer, please.
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Lady Sapho Byron
Lady Sapho Byron
Posts: 788

1 days ago
I hope the Parabolan War doesn't crash the Honey market!

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The Dreadful Intriguer
The Dreadful Intriguer
Posts: 27

1 days ago
Don't know much about this event since it's my first time... Not a fan of war in any form, but I suppose it's worth seeing through. Definitely hoping there's a neutral path to this.

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Julius de Poisson
Julius de Poisson
Posts: 75

23 hours ago
War? Pfft. It's just a dream war. It's not real.

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Diptych
Diptych
Administrator
Posts: 3706

23 hours ago
No, it is Is Not real.

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JaneAnkhVeos
JaneAnkhVeos
Posts: 190

15 hours ago
So excited for everything!

Dagforth wrote:
Speaking as a determined opponent of the Liberation can I just say, "What this country needs is a short, victorious war to stem the tide of revolution."

I’m not sure how the Parabolan War has anything to do with the Liberation, but I admire the irony of using a quote that is famous exactly for having been followed by total failure in both its mentioned means and purpose...

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Dagforth
Dagforth
Posts: 43

3 hours ago
JaneAnkhVeos wrote:

Dagforth wrote:
Speaking as a determined opponent of the Liberation can I just say, "What this country needs is a short, victorious war to stem the tide of revolution."

I’m not sure how the Parabolan War has anything to do with the Liberation, but I admire the irony of using a quote that is famous exactly for having been followed by total failure in both its mentioned means and purpose...


Why, by stirring patriotic fervor, and otherwise being a distraction of course! (Precisely the same relationship between the Russo-Japanese war and the socialist revolution - it helps that we're only a few years off!)

(Out of character, I expect the participants to become (further) mired in a never ending, futile struggle with meaningless, temporary victories and countless power shifts. Hence the second (mis)quote).)
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