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  1. (Wow, I just remembered I never changed my name to Sorceress here.) I'd love to pitch in with this Guild. I can't wait until we have more histories to dig our teeth into. Hypothetical: What if, as an Archivist, someone had a storyline in mind to be submitted into MORE? Would he/she be prohibited because of a conflict of interest?
  2. This speech was given during the episode "Deception" by Dr. Watson in Blabbity's Neighborhood on Wednesday, September 12, 2007. Good afternoon. I've been asked for my advice on many issues since my recent return. I really haven't had time to get caught up on everything that's been happening here, but I sat down this morning and attempted to come up with some kind of statement on the issues that have been brought to my attention. First, the Guilds. I've been told that there are folks who are very upset that the DRC are attempting to follow the D'ni lead in taking steps to re-form the Guilds. They say that the Guilds are
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    Creation Myth

    This document was translated and released by Nick White to some explorers. It cannot be found in the cavern, but has been posted to websites. Translated from unknown religious commentary and/or text
  4. Location: Kirel These papers were made available along with Kirel on July 31, 2007. [toc]Table of Contents[/toc] [h=1]About The Guilds[/h] This section is found on each Guild description, followed by the description of the Guild itself. If you attempted to describe the whole of D'ni society in a single word, one of the words which would immediately come to mind would be
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    Jalak Notebook

    Location: Ae'Gura Library Revealed: August 2, 2007 We still haven't figured out exactly how this place is supposed to work, and we're not sure we're ever going to. We do know that the D'ni came here for some kind of sport, and it was fairly popular. We know that audiences came and watched whatever game they played. It's the rules we don't know. We have found no rules written down by the D'ni, which means that it was such common knowledge that no one felt the need to write it down, or the game always changed. Either way, we've been having fun here, and we figured we might as well share a couple of games that we have come up with for this place. You can add your own rules, modify ours, or come up with something completely different. Maybe yours is the way the D'ni really did it. Who knows? Quick Cubes Alright, so this is one of our favorites. Make sure the arena is level. That means all the pillars are at an equal height. Then bring in two of the big cubes. Make sure the wall is in place and set one cube on each corner of the arena Somebody yell go. The rules are you can only affect the pillars directly next to you. In other words, you can only lower or raise the three or four pillars that surround you. No diagonal stuff. You can move around all you want to make sure you affect other pillars, but you have to keep to the adjacent pillar rule. The objective is to get your cube from your corner into your opponent's corner before your opponent gets his or hers into yours. Play offense or play defense, but hurry. Chess Cubes This one is a little slower. Those of us who are a little more into strategy prefer this one. Same idea as before. Level the field. Two cubes. One in each corner. After they are there, hit the randomize button. With this one, you can still only affect the pillars adjacent to you. In addition, you only get three pillar moves before it's you opponent's turn. Your opponent will hear the raises or lowers so don't cheat. You can move the cube all you want while your opponent is going but you can't change any pillars until it's your turn. Same thing as before: get the cube to your opponent's corner before they do. We should add that some of the ResEngs have been using this place as a construction sandbox
  6. This article will be updated constantly. All messages are from the DRC in general unless noted otherwise. 12/20/06
  7. This press release was initially titled "A New Step For The Future", but was changed on February 10th, 2007. You can see the press release on the DRC's website here. (Carlsbad Cavern, NM - January 25, 2007) What do you do when you stumble upon a 10,000 year old civilization buried several miles beneath the Earth and find that the civilization had the ability to write links to new Ages?
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