Weaving Tangled Cables Part One

<HollyhockGod> This week's story is called "Weaving Tangled Cables."

<TheAntiPiro> Por que estas lamiendo mis bolas?

* TheAntiPiro is now known as AlanAmis

<HollyhockGod> Guest starring…. no, that's a secret.

<HollyhockGod> Did Razzen go away again?

* Razzen is now known as Laurelynne

<HollyhockGod> Ah, there we go.

<Sarck> TAP es raro y disagradable D:

<HollyhockGod> All systems, engage.

<HollyhockGod> This story takes place, let's say, a day or two after the Egypt storyline finished.

<HollyhockGod> What did you end up doing with all that Egyptian treasure?

<HollyhockGod> Carry it off to Ancagallon yourself or what?

<Laurelynne> Absolutely not…at least not the item I took.

<HollyhockGod> Well, not the heart.

<HollyhockGod> And probably not the staff.

<HollyhockGod> But all that gold and similar.

<Edith> I'll probably look in my bag when I get the chance, and then switch to spirit-view and the sight.

<HollyhockGod> The Sight indicates that there's some kind of power in it.

<HollyhockGod> But none of your divinations can tell you exactly what.

<HollyhockGod> Not very surprising when you consider that it draws on a power that technically doesn't exist any longer.

<Edith> I'll take it I can't ask it anything, like "Wha?"

* Edith rummages

<Laurelynne> As for the heart I'll take to the Halls of Fate and start researching ways to perform a reverse flower rite.

<HollyhockGod> It gives you a feeling like it's sort of alive.

<HollyhockGod> But it isn't talking just now.

<HollyhockGod> All right. I guess you'll have to start by researching ordinary flower rites first.

<AlanAmis> Unsure of just how big of a set-up this entire happening has been, Alan will be glad to simply request heightened security and likewise take refuge in the Halls of Fate.

<HollyhockGod> Request from who?

<AlanAmis> Edith, of course.

<HollyhockGod> Laurel may need to contact someone like Cipher or Vesper, but we'll get to that in a moment.

<HollyhockGod> What's Alan doing while he's holed up?

<Laurelynne> Sure thing.

<HollyhockGod> I'm also interested to know what's going on with Viktor.

<HollyhockGod> Did stealing a pharaoh's heart give him any interesting curses?

<ViktorWalters> I don't /think/ it did, no.

<HollyhockGod> I've decided that the best plan for Viktor is to give him an uninterrupted life of interest and excitement.

<HollyhockGod> I'll think of a good curse later.

<HollyhockGod> Death coming for you on swift wings won't work.

<HollyhockGod> He'd just want to borrow a cup of sugar or something.

<HollyhockGod> Also I think I deleted him from canon.

<HollyhockGod> Alan, you?

<AlanAmis> Working on a way to smuggle as much of the gold out of the chancel without anyone really noticing. Lots of way to do that if Edith isn't paying attention too hard.

<AlanAmis> If that fails, just an escape plan under the excuse of 'doing desk work'.

<Sarck> You could ask Viktor.

<Sarck> I don't think he really cares about gold much.

<Sarck> And if it means not being mauled by a pissy dragon

<HollyhockGod> Can't you just conjure gold out of the air?

<Sarck> Viktor /does/ owe you one.

<HollyhockGod> Or he thinks he owes you one.

<AlanAmis> Gentlemen, gentlemen.

<HollyhockGod> Ah, well. We're getting off track.

<AlanAmis> If I'm not there, I can't conjure gold, and if I want Ancagallon to meet his long-delayed demise, surely leaving you the treasure owed is a bad idea?

<HollyhockGod> I'm not certain I understand your plan.

<AlanAmis> No one does. It's alright.

<Edith> (He wants to steal the treasure).

<HollyhockGod> Are you just hoping you can get him to raid the Chancel and get killed?

<AlanAmis> I doubt it'll even get to step 1 anyway.

<Edith> (If there's no treasure, he'll blow).

<Edith> (If he blows, Edith'll rout him or die trying).

<Edith> (If it's the former, everything's okay).

<Edith> (If it's the latter it's a TPK).

<HollyhockGod> It's difficult to imagine Edith losing in the Chancel even if she's alone.

<AlanAmis> Exactly.

<Edith> (It's amsuing to contemplate though).

<HollyhockGod> So what do you plan to do about the situation, then?

<AlanAmis> Perhaps I should claim to be loading up the goods for transportation to Ancagallon then?

<AlanAmis> And 'go to see him'.

<Edith> Has Chaos taken his storm barrier down?

<HollyhockGod> I assume he dispelled it once he got all the relics he wanted out of the tomb.

<HollyhockGod> We can assume they helped you cart everything back to Locus Raemiel.

<HollyhockGod> That's just good manner!

<HollyhockGod> *manners

<HollyhockGod> So, you want to grab the gold and stash it.

<Sarck> Unless anyone needs Viktor for boredom or subterfuge, I think he'll retreat to his lair and scheme for the moment.

<HollyhockGod> Will anyone else object to letting him deliver the swag?

<AlanAmis> Good ol' harmless Alan.

<Edith> Not I.

<ViktorWalters> Hm.

<AlanAmis> Who wouldn't hurt a fly.

<ViktorWalters> Do you think if I go guised I could tag along to see if Ancagallon accepts the gift?

<ViktorWalters> without, y'know, being horribly maimed?

<AlanAmis> And this is why I don't like to have to spill what I'm going to do ahead of time.

<HollyhockGod> You're Immortal.

<ViktorWalters> He'll be mad nonetheless.

<HollyhockGod> You could have just said "I'll take all that gold back to the dragon so no humans have to get roasted."

<ViktorWalters> He might think up /something/ to do.

<Edith> I'll probably tell E'jah that a piece of the treasure jumped up and started humping my leg, just to be polite.

<Edith> Well, not literally.

<Laurelynne> I care not for gold, though I still object to giving it to him since it's an admission of some sort of guilt, even if not an overt one.

<Edith> It followed me out.

<HollyhockGod> That's polite of Edith.

<HollyhockGod> Hm, what would E'jah say.

<Edith> "It appeared in my bag all of a sudden!"

<HollyhockGod> "I care even less for gold than that gentleman, but it is a shame that interesting things always seem to happen to other people."

<HollyhockGod> "I can only hope to be better favored by the angel of Fortune when next we meet."

<HollyhockGod> You part, with the four of you on the receiving end of an ironical glance.

<Laurelynne> (Oh right, he still thinks I'm a dude.)

<Edith> "I'll ask nicely."

<HollyhockGod> So, will Laurel stop Alan from delivering the gold?

<HollyhockGod> E'jah vibrates (it might have been a laugh) and says "I'm sure *you* will."

<HollyhockGod> And that is all.

<HollyhockGod> E'jah's portal snaps shut.

<Laurelynne> I probably should stop him, but I won't.

<HollyhockGod> Okay, so at this moment, Alan is off "delivering" the gold.

<HollyhockGod> Edith, what are you doing exactly/

<HollyhockGod> ?

<HollyhockGod> Actually, more on topic…

<Edith> Minor Creation of Bathtub.

<HollyhockGod> You told me you were planning to get some modern equipment installed in the Chancel.

<Edith> When I get home, at least.

<HollyhockGod> Bathtub now exists.

<HollyhockGod> What have you done so far to make that happen?

<Edith> Um, not much. The last time I had a chance to think about, I was poking through books when someone interrupted me.

<HollyhockGod> Well, we can discuss it a bit now, since it seems to be Girl's Night With The Books.

<HollyhockGod> I'll have to multitask.

<HollyhockGod> Laurel, what's your first source of information going to be on flower rites?

<HollyhockGod> Feel free to make stuff up.

<AlanAmis> By the by, what's the nearest chancel that would offer temporary shelter for a small fee?

<HollyhockGod> Alan: I don't think any of them do that as such.

<HollyhockGod> There are probably several you could inflict yourself on for a few days as a guest.

<HollyhockGod> Edith, the main difficulty with putting, say, cell-phone service into the Chancel is getting a connection to an outside network.

<Laurelynne> Would I be able to converse with Raemiel about it, within the loom of fate chamber?

<HollyhockGod> You have to either arrange things so that you can get a connection to AT&T or something, or build your own telecom company.

<HollyhockGod> Laurel: Yes.

<Edith> The latter sounds more fun. Do The Diametric Mysteries have any initiates into telecommunications?

<Edith> I suppose I could always miracle it.

<Laurelynne> All right, I'm gonna step out of Logan and tell him to GTFO, and step into Dona Blount and head over to the loom.

<HollyhockGod> You can probably think of several ways of arranging a connection; it's just a matter of deciding how to do it without opening up holes in your security.

<HollyhockGod> You can't really miracle a satellite up.

<HollyhockGod> The problem is that in order to get a network that can actually call other cell phones, you need corporate connections to the other networks.

<HollyhockGod> Unless you only want to be able to call each other.

<HollyhockGod> That you could do.

<Laurelynne> (What title do Imperatori go by again?)

<HollyhockGod> (Depends: Rex Regius might do.)

<HollyhockGod> (Or My Lord Angel.)

<HollyhockGod> (I think that's what Ianthe uses.)

<Laurelynne> (Most Angelic Lord sounds good.)

<HollyhockGod> Which course would Edith and the Familia prefer?

<Edith> Um, Most Angelic Lord - I'd go with the Latin, but I added a restriction to Edith recently.

<HollyhockGod> I meant about the cell phones.

<Laurelynne> (Haha, yes I noticed that, very amusing.)

<Edith> I could look into other Chancels that've tried it.

<HollyhockGod> You could certainly do that.

<HollyhockGod> In the meantime, it's possible to just open up the Chancel to radiowaves from the outside.

<Edith> A localised network would be okay - it was initially prompted because we couldn't get people to run away sensibly.

<HollyhockGod> Then you'd be able to just subscribe to whatever you get in Great Britain.

<Edith> A lesser change of location of self, 1 RMP.

<HollyhockGod> That might be the simplest way of doing things.

<Edith> I could stuff a satillite in my bag and drag it into orbit.

<HollyhockGod> You can only change your own location from within the Chancel.

<HollyhockGod> You'd need Aspect or some similar Estate to launch something into orbit.

<Edith> Ah.

<Edith> Hm.

<Edith> Yeah, I'll look into other Chancel's solution.

<HollyhockGod> Do you want to just go with getting ordinary cell phones for now and discussing other options as the campaign goes along?

<Edith> That sounds fine.

<HollyhockGod> Okay. It only takes a Lesser Change to allow radio transmissions to pass through the Chancel border.

<HollyhockGod> And you can easily send a servant out to pick up four subscriptions to whatever.

<HollyhockGod> Who does cellphones in England, Virgin?

<Edith> A whole bunch.

<HollyhockGod> Yeah, one of them.

<HollyhockGod> Anyway, back to other business.

<Laurelynne> "Most Angelic Lord Raemiel, Rex Regius Fati, I have brought another heart, one of both brightly burning hopes and deep sorrows crying out from beyond Creation. I seek your wisdom for redressing its injustice."

<HollyhockGod> Raemiel looks down from the heavens and into the small jar in your hands.

<HollyhockGod> "This is… the heart of nothing."

<HollyhockGod> "Many have wondered if it might be possible to reverse the depradations of the Dark Horsemen, but so far, none have succeeded."

<HollyhockGod> "In general, most attempts to reverse the sympathetic magic they employ fail because the spell they weave to destroy the elements of Creation leaves little behind except memories."

<HollyhockGod> "Thus, there are no objects left that might be used as focii to affect the destroyed Estate."

<HollyhockGod> "We are inclined to wonder how even this remnant of a dead Sovereign came to be left behind."

<Laurelynne> "A twist of fortune, perhaps, as all records and even memories of the dead Sovereign called Kas-en-ephet were wiped from existence with his Estate."

<Laurelynne> "All save one, at least."

<HollyhockGod> "No twists of *Our* Fortune. Still, strange echoes may sometimes occur."

<HollyhockGod> "Yet, on its own, this is merely a memento."

<HollyhockGod> "For even an attempt at a reverse flower rite, whatever name you choose to give it…"

<HollyhockGod> "I would incline to say that you would need one personal item such as this, one fragment of the energy or concept of a dead Estate, and some relic of the Estate post-Excruciation."

<HollyhockGod> "Such a thing would most likely have to be wrested from a Horseman, possibly the one responsible for the original rite."

<Laurelynne> "I now begin to see why such a thing has never succeeded before."

<HollyhockGod> "And even if it could be collected, to attempt to rite would be to draw down a frenzied assault upon our Chancel, which we might not be able to withstand in our current state."

<HollyhockGod> "It is not for lack of trying, you must understand."

<HollyhockGod> "I am certain that other Sovereigns have attempted to create a reverse rite, but have been unable to acquire the needed components."

<HollyhockGod> "You might inquire with the Lady of Tactics, who records such sorties."

<HollyhockGod> "This facet of the War lies largely outside Our personal knowledge."

<HollyhockGod> (I shouldn't have started Raemiel using the royal "we". I'll never be able to keep it up.)

<HollyhockGod> Alan, where are you going to stash all that gold?

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* ChanServ sets mode: +o Razzen

<Razzen> (Sigh)

<AlanAmis> Depends. There any semi-hospitable places on the sea or say near England?

<Sarck> (one day we /have/ to have a Chancel with the King of the Cosmos as the Imperator)

* Laurelynne has quit IRC (Nick collision from services.?)

<HollyhockGod> The Isle of Man?

<HollyhockGod> Did you miss any of that, Razzen?

* Razzen is now known as Laurelynne

<Laurelynne> (Unfortunately yes, I did.)

<AlanAmis> (Go ahead and fill Raz in)

<HollyhockGod> "And even if it could be collected, to attempt to rite would be to draw down a frenzied assault upon our Chancel, which we might not be able to withstand in our current state."

<Laurelynne> (And I suppose what I said to Raemiel was lost as well.)

<Laurelynne> (Oh well I got that, yeah.)

<HollyhockGod> I got, "I now begin to see…"

<HollyhockGod> "It is not for lack of trying, you must understand."

<HollyhockGod> "I am certain that other Sovereigns have attempted to create a reverse rite, but have been unable to acquire the needed components."

<HollyhockGod> "You might inquire with the Lady of Tactics, who records such sorties."

<HollyhockGod> "This facet of the War lies largely outside Our personal knowledge."

<HollyhockGod> That was all.

<Laurelynne> "Very well. Many thanks, Most Angelic Lord, and be assured that whichever course of action, if any, is chosen it will be with the best intersts of our Chancel in mind. On that subject I do have one other thing to ask of you, Lord Angel Raemiel."

<Laurelynne> (That's what I was going to say after he said that about "our current state.")

<HollyhockGod> "Speak, then, Sorrow."

<HollyhockGod> I should probably start introducing another one of the second plot threads about now, really.

<Laurelynne> (I'm sorry, I'm really trying to figure out how to phrase this.)

<HollyhockGod> (It's fine, I'm just trying to keep the whole group occupied.)

<HollyhockGod> Edith, while you're trying to figure out which ringtone is best, one of the scrying mirrors goes off.

<HollyhockGod> You keep a bunch of them in the Halls for aesthetic purposes, and they also serve a few useful purposes.

<Edith> I answer it. It would be rude not to.

<HollyhockGod> In this case, it's singing "Ave Maria" to alert you that something has appeared in its face.

<HollyhockGod> Specifically, it's a Design, featuring, um… what were they?

<HollyhockGod> Should have made a note of that before.

<HollyhockGod> Either way, it's Fine's Design.

<Edith> Yeah, I got that when it started blasting Catholisism.

<HollyhockGod> The sudden appearance of it in the scrying mirror is her annunciation of her intention to arrive shortly.

<HollyhockGod> You're trying to remember whether you vanished the red carpet after the last time you used it when the mirror on the other side goes off.

<HollyhockGod> This one is singing, "Have You Seen The Rain," and it's Rhys's Design, which I do remember: Allspice and Sunflower.

<HollyhockGod> In some bizarre way, the two songs slowly harmonize themselves.

<Edith> They're coming together, then. I think. They're allied, right?

<HollyhockGod> Yes, they do a great deal of work together.

<Edith> This'll be one of those works.

<Edith> I can assume since it's Fine it's probably a Good one.

<HollyhockGod> Hm, so how will you react to this possible doing of Good Works?

<Edith> Do I have any idea when and where they're arriving? They must have given a heads up or we wouldn't know to let them in.

<HollyhockGod> Probably within an hour or two.

<HollyhockGod> Back in the second campaign, there was a Rite for this called the "Rite of Annunciation" and I decided to keep it.

<Laurelynne> (Yes, that worked out well.)

<AlanAmis> (Ah, to have one foot in the grave…)

<Edith> I

<Edith> I could have done with that.

<HollyhockGod> Well, sending a message by spell works just as well.

<HollyhockGod> You invited Rhys yourself!

<Edith> I know.

<Edith> I've crossed Two Thresholds since then.

<Edith> Anyway, I suppose I'd better ready things for their arrival.

<HollyhockGod> What preparations will you make?

<Edith> What's the rough Noble expectations?

<HollyhockGod> A hall of amazing quality with vast and endless delights.

<HollyhockGod> Admittedly, Fine is spartan, but Rhys likes to have a good time.

<Edith> Out of egotism, I'll probably redirect them to one of the piers or wharfs in the shadow of one of our cliffs.

<Edith> We're still in Cornwall, aren't we?

<HollyhockGod> If you say so.

<HollyhockGod> Kalla can peform all the necessary guiding them to the docks.

<HollyhockGod> Will you be alerting Viktor and Laurel?

<Edith> Oh, yeah!

<Edith> A quick prayer heads up.

<ViktorWalters> I am in… THE VIKTOR CAVE! Leave your message at the snore.

* ViktorWalters snores

<HollyhockGod> Hey, you've all got cell phones now!

<HollyhockGod> Ring him until he wakes up!

* ViktorWalters puts his cellphone on silent, for he is scheming

<Edith> Can Nobles mentally affect /themselves/?

<HollyhockGod> Yes.

<Edith> He's probably gone and made the phone really boring to himself then.

<AlanAmis> Oh yeah, what's dangerous about the Isle of Man again?

<HollyhockGod> Nothing. Except I think the prices are a bit tourist-y.

<HollyhockGod> It's a good place for international bankers to retire to.

<AlanAmis> Chances of being stolen from?

<HollyhockGod> Not very high if you keep it all in a suitcase or something.

<HollyhockGod> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isle_of_Man

<HollyhockGod> Laurel, will you come to the party or lurk in the shadows?

Session Time: Fri Aug 24 00:00:00 2007

<HollyhockGod> And is Viktor going to scheme for the rest of the storyline? Do I need to do something else to get him/you interested?

<Edith> http://www.digitalphotograffiti.com/site/downloads/adu-726397/castles/images/TintagelCliff.jpg

<Edith> Have them land someplace like that, but with a pier.

<ViktorWalters> I'm trying to think of how to bring about more boring-ing.

<Edith> (There's one to the right of that, but I can't find one in shot).

<ViktorWalters> As so far I've done little more than cause excitement.

<HollyhockGod> Ah, my parents went to Tintagel once.

<HollyhockGod> Okay, it's doable.

<HollyhockGod> I'm wondering how Viktor will cause boredom in a way that's entertaining OOC.

<ViktorWalters> I was thinking going around Las Vegas while writing tabloid articles, while intoxicated on a large amount of drugs, and actually somehow making the whole experience /boring/ and making Las Vegas and the tabloids boring as wel…

<Laurelynne> Yeah it's time for Laurelynne to lay down a Lesser Change.

<ViktorWalters> that might work.

<Edith> What're you planning, Laurel?

<Laurelynne> I'm thinking changing the pharaoh's gold and stuff that Al is supposedly delivering to make it attract sorrows.

<HollyhockGod> That's certainly doable.

<HollyhockGod> Or would that be a creation of Sorrow? No, Change is probably best.

<HollyhockGod> Any specific sorrow?

<Sarck> If no one gets that reference, I'll die a little inside.

<HollyhockGod> Fear+ Loathing.

<HollyhockGod> Please don't die.

<Sarck> \o/

<learntofly> hallo hunter

<Laurelynne> I think just regretful/remorseful things would be fine.

<Sarck> I would think that would be sufficiently OOC-entertaining and effectively boredom-causing

<HollyhockGod> How much remorse can Ancagallon get?

<Edith> I'd make it homesick, personally.

<AlanAmis> Alan's probably going to dock at the Isle of Man then, under the false pretense of sudden repairs due to unfortunate circumstances.

<AlanAmis> And end up screwed a tad.

<HollyhockGod> It's possible, but I'll need more details on Laurel's curse, though.

<HollyhockGod> Is it just general unfortunate events?

<Laurelynne> Hmm, maybe not. Can it attract sorrows in the form of tragic happenstances?

<Laurelynne> Yeah that's what I meant.

<HollyhockGod> Yes, that's doable.

<Sarck> Can an Immortal Power be affected by drugs?

<HollyhockGod> No.

<HollyhockGod> You're a sealed system.

<HollyhockGod> I mean, maybe if you found something of supernatural potency.

<Sarck> Is there a chancel that is Las-Vegas-ish?

<Laurelynne> All right, I'll do that and I'll jack up the miracle level to deep so it's harder to dispel.

<HollyhockGod> Laurel stands beneath the Loom of Fate and pronounces her curse upon the pharaoh's gold.

<HollyhockGod> Ash-Venetia is a bit of a party place but there's no gambling there.

<HollyhockGod> Maybe Lust has something, but there's nothing with a specific Vegas theme.

<HollyhockGod> Alan, you plan to stop at the Isle of Man with "engine trouble."

<HollyhockGod> Only then you have engine trouble.

<Sarck> No casino-and-whores, den-of-sin kinda thing?

<HollyhockGod> Except for the casino, Lust's Chancel is probably like that.

<HollyhockGod> Except I think it's pretty boring all on it's own.

<Sarck> not even Greed's Chancel?

<HollyhockGod> Once you're lustful enough to merit inclusion there, fun has more or less left the occasion.

<HollyhockGod> His Chancel is mostly full of gold and Greed himself.

<Sarck> Hm.

<HollyhockGod> It's the dragon way.

<Sarck> Well, you'd think Las Vegas would have a mythical representation

<AlanAmis> How bad is the engine trouble?

<HollyhockGod> I'm sure he has involvement in the actual Las Vegas.

<Sarck> and something significant about it

<HollyhockGod> Not irreparable.

<HollyhockGod> Oh, I'm sure there's a good deal going on there in both realms.

<HollyhockGod> Greed-spirits, addiction-nymphs, satyrs, maenads, you name it.

<Sarck> Well, I suppose I'm going there to go play Boredom's chances in the City of Sin!

<Sarck> But first I need a tabloid to support me going.

<Sarck> perhaps there's a significant thing going on in Las Vegas at this time and Viktor wants to go make sure it's as boring as possible?

<HollyhockGod> If not today, there will be tomorrow.

<HollyhockGod> But first you need to find or invent a suitable tabloid.

<Sarck> Indeed I do.

<HollyhockGod> And the bell is ringing to signal the arrival of your guests at the cliffs in one of Ash-Venetia's gondolas, pushed along by Rhys.

<HollyhockGod> On the second seat, Fine sits demurely.

<HollyhockGod> On the third seat, there are at least twenty sealed wicker baskets full of snapping noises.

<Sarck> Mercury? Is that name too high-brow?

<HollyhockGod> Just Mercury or Mercury something?

<Sarck> Mercury Minutia?

<Sarck> Mercury Monthly

<HollyhockGod> Monthly scans better.

<Sarck> There we go then.

<HollyhockGod> Who is going to show up to greet Fine and Rhys?

<Edith> Me, I guess.

<HollyhockGod> What shall you bring along?

<ViktorWalters> I shall go get a job at Mercury Monthly as a prolific but dull journalist, to stem the profits of this pure rubbish that they call "writing"!

<ViktorWalters> And then, onward! To Las Vegas!

<Sarck> For truly epic lulz!

<Edith> Me, people to look after the boat, a form of local transportation, and what I'm hoping is an area of natural beauty.

<Edith> I think Edith would own a car.

<HollyhockGod> All right, sounds fair.

<HollyhockGod> So, your general theme for hospitality is "English Country House."

<HollyhockGod> That makes sense.

<Edith> It's probably powered by a quantum differential engine under the bonnet, but it's still a car.

<HollyhockGod> Okay, you walk down the steps to greet your guests.

<HollyhockGod> Laurel pronounces a powerful curse.

<HollyhockGod> Alan finds that the boat has broken down a bit.

<HollyhockGod> And Viktor prepares to sneak off to Las Vegas.

<HollyhockGod> That seems like a good place to end it for tonight.

* ViktorWalters has left #forum-nobilis

<Sarck> Indeed, I was about to mention that I must away for school sleep

<HollyhockGod> Well, this could go to some fun places.

<HollyhockGod> I'm pleased to seem some pleasant infighting.!

<HollyhockGod> That makes me a happy Hollyhock God.

<AlanAmis> We're all inadvertantly hosing eachother over.

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