Pfft, that Indomie GoI.
Also as an Indonesian, I have to point out that Teh Botol is two words, and not one. Bottled tea, basically.
"let the barren trunks bare leaves" - bear leaves?
Also, two of the stanzas end with strength - would it be better to have the first one end in something else instead?
That said, this is fun read. +1
I think it is very interesting to explain magic in a scientific(or should be called magicalific ?) way. I hope I can be an expert of The Book of Eleven Hours.
More Alenov stuff! Yaaaay!
Unfortunately, this article doesn't do much for me. While it works as something that you might see in-universe jeremiad, there's not enough to sustain my interest. I did have fun with the paragraph that begins "We’ve watched our brothers and sisters…" however. No vote.
Today we look in an Alenov literature textbook for 13 year olds and read "Insects!".
Added to Long Shadows, mainly because it's poetry and I'm tired of stuffing the codex. Feel free to move.
This isn't exactly a new concept, but I like it a lot.
The Ride Never Ends is the story of one individual's personal Library
I wrote a sequel of sorts to my last piece. Spring.
Hey. Here's another one of these things. Not sure what they are quite yet. More to follow.
I saw this in your sandbox and goddammit, I've been waiting to be able to upvote this.
This is a personal entry of fragments. Some of it was written on duty, or thought of in scraps and fragments outfield, or tapped hastily into a phone after lights out. Most of them don't really mean anything. Some of them do. Only two of them are true. I hope you enjoy this.
help, I'm scouring through your stuff for secret santa ideas and I'm suddenly feeling veeery veeery inadequate
in all seriousness this is a good fucking read, underrated, ten outta ten, better than loafs
Yeah, that's the idea - like graphs you'd see in a math textbook.1
A collection of them, or perhaps making them for preexisting material to be incorporated might be neat? Diagrams of rituals, detailed 'anatomy' of Ways, etc.
Infographics are a great idea. My inclination would be to work them (as well as illustrations) into some sort of vaguely textbook-like text, but it's really up to you.
Hum, I might be able to make infographic-y charts and stuff for describing ways? That might warrant a page with this on the side - kind of a visual aid describing the anatomy of a typical way, maybe include a couple different ways (pun intented) they could look? Hmmmm.