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It's a Curse: Notes on Eric ThedrialSo. I feel like Eric's up there with Tom as a character who comes with a lot of technical baggage I've never publically unpacked. Read on for a tale of god-complexes, monstrous curses, hunts and rampages, massive abuse of the ageing process, and history's worst case of polyphagia.
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Welcome back to the Network, a world made of worlds connected, when not by simple geography, then by dimension-puncturing portals. We're going somewhere we haven't been before. The land is Nimisia, the year is, by our calendar, 1611. Gammon is a prosperous little city-state amidst a mess of prosperous little city-states and if rolling countryside, charming forests, and sparkling lakes are your thing, this is a peachy place. Well. If you aren't a peasant. We are in a time of serfs and lords.
If you are landed gentry however, sunny are your skies, green are your horizons, your cup floweth over. You live in a palace with colorful flags and people who take care of things and are generally free to socialize
Cassandra Truth -Ch 1-Tuesday 26th April 2011
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Woodcock Village was a small village in England. Despite its humorous name, few people have heard of it, and fewer still live there. Even fewer people can give directions with a straight face. Only around twelve families lived there, not counting the elderly couples that moved there to live the rest of their retirement in peace. A post office, a stone church and small grocery store/late night bar were situated at the centre of the village, and the latter was where most of the residents would come to drink alcohol and speak of either happy times or how they should get another drink. A small school was situated to the east, hosting both primary and secondary students.
It was usually rather peaceful, with roads lined with wildflower, small fences in pointless places, usually made of either wood or stone. Farms were situated around the borders, though most produce would get shipped to the local Grocer's without a moment's hesitation. All in all, it was a peaceful, q