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Ria
Ria
Posts: 6

6/16/2014
Let me know if you would like to go here or in a PM via the forum and I will send an invite straight to you. (Forgive me if a thread about Seventh Letter invites exists already. I could not find one.)

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    Aximillio
    Aximillio
    Posts: 1251

    6/16/2014
    There's one for the neath's mysteries in general at http://community.failbettergames.com/topic1953-the-neaths-mysteries.aspx. Either way, I can always accept.

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    Ria
    Ria
    Posts: 6

    6/16/2014
    Aximillio wrote:
    There's one for the neath's mysteries in general at http://community.failbettergames.com/topic1953-the-neaths-mysteries.aspx. Either way, I can always accept.

    Thank you for the link. Apart from my reply on the forum coming out garbled (maybe the server had a hiccup), a message came back saying I could not invite you. Perhaps you can't see the play more than once?

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    Aximillio
    Aximillio
    Posts: 1251

    6/16/2014
    Ah, forgot I was at zee >.< Some other time perhaps?

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    Miss Anemone
    Miss Anemone
    Posts: 2

    9/30/2017
    [Card: The Neath's Mysteries
    Line: Seeing through the eyes of Icarus
    Offering: 1 ticket to see The Seventh Letter]

    Through the crowded, smoky atmosphere of the Singing Mandrake, you spot the last available chair. A bleak woman is already leaning on the neighbouring table, fidgeting two scraps of paper. Her attire is tidy but threadbare; and grey hair and wrinkles speak of a youth long past. When you sit next to her, she raises on eyebrow, and after a few minutes of frowning and stiff silence, she finally blurts out:
    ''Oh, well. Might as well be with you. Noone could come. Would you be interested in seeing The Seventh Letter? A performance of sorts, I've been told it's worth the while. Starts in half an hour. I've been given two tickets, and though I've got a great deal of other matters to attend right now, not going would be a waste of money already spent. So? What's your answer? ... By the way, you may call me Miss Anemone.''

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    Watching, listening, and often frowning in a disapproving manner. An eager glint lights up in her eye when matters of the soul come up.

    http://fallenlondon.storynexus.com/Profile/Miss%20Anemone
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