The Crossroads of the Aether
Dr. Sebastian Von Pendulcog has not received any gifts yet
I know I haven't been on here in quite awhile. Life happened and I found myself taken away from the community.
However, I have news, for all those curious. I have started a YouTube Channel. I am doing the game commentary thing. While not directly steampunk, per se, I where my monocle on my head in every video. I do want to do some steampunk inspired games in the future. I know Guns of Icarus is out,but without a good group of people to play with, I would be kind of floundering. If…Continue
At this point, I feel it important to remind my readers the reasons for the omission of certain names opposed to the inclusion of others. During my time in the employ of the Military, I made quite a few friends and enemies. However, the means by which I left my employ have left myself in considerable amount of danger. This is why I do not include my original name in any of these writings.
I do not mention the names of friends who are still living for their safety. I am still in contact…
Although I had been to the ship yards many times previously, I found myself in awe of them for perhaps the first time. I could tell the Doctor was likewise amazed. The ship yards were, for the most part, hidden from the rest of the city. A large wall had been erected around them as a form of controlling entrance. By what the soldier had told us, it also seemed as though some control had been placed on exiting as well.
The wall stood some ten stories tall and was a constant project.…
We set to the task of creating the charging station and contact plates with a powerful motivation. The good doctor’s expertise was far from the electronic or mechanical, but his eagerness to learn fueled him. The length of time that it took to create the items was filled with conversation. We would discuss the task at hand, then the possible implications it could create for the medical world, then our own lives, back to the task at hand and so on. We were so consumed by our work that…Continue
Odd question, but first some background.I am considering renting out a studio in a local art community. I will be using the studio to 1) house my grandmother's art while trying to sell it [want to…Continue