The Crossroads of the Aether
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I'm admittedly new to this whole thing, and I'm trying to figure out my persona beyond "I just like to dress up," as it defines the kinds of costuming I will pursue.
I'm very happy with being a librarian in my real life, and I don't mind continuing that with my persona. An acquisitions librarian can have an adventurer take to it--having to gather bits of information, artifacts, and books for the purpose of sharing with a larger community appeals. It would also break the…Continue
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After arriving here I promptly went about and dressed up the place. My "My Page" (redundant, yes I am aware) has been made up to a more civilized design. A liking of which I am sure most can appreciate.
...until my next, it is back to that mountain of research that beckons me.
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After to take a breath for a while, I back with some news about Steampunk, victorian and modernism facts in Barcelona and Catalonia.
The first one it's the uploading of the website from III Convención Steampunk y Retrofuturista from Barcelona fully in english and spanish. You can check it here.
III Convención Steampunk y Retrofuturista wants to be almost totally free (Except some activities…
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Louisiana...not the most forgiving land. During times of old, those of lower class and not of the proper skin were not allowed privileged lives. Slaves were abound all over plantations in the south. One particular plantation was notorious for selling & trading slaves at the drop of a hat. Being sold and traded from this plantation was a relief to those who lived there. For death was sure to come quickly, but one would not be dead in a very swift manner.
For those who were…Continue
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If Real Life Worked Like a Role-Playing Game
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May 31~ Foxtails Brigade & Serena Tideman, Seattle WA
Tuesday, May 31 · 8:00pm - 11:00pm FRED art space (operated by owners of CANCAN)
127 E Boylston on Capitol Hill
"The amazing chamber folk metal pop band from San Francisco travels north to serenade us til swooning. Make it a fun post-Folklife evening of revelry at the…
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While early followers of the SteamPunk era found surcease in their need to build mysterious contraptions serving purposes both arcane and practical, it wasn't until the nano-technicians came into their world that something real came of it. Nano-technicians found a way to disassemble structures into their atomic sub components, bathe them in a solution which prevented the elements from re-bonding. The solution itself was made up of small simple machines,…Continue
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