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Posted by smjjames, 1:54pm, 9 Sep, 2005

When I was talking about the history thing on the other thread, I had a thought. How was Spider Cliff affected during the war years? both WWI and WWII? the town was a good deal more accessable back then.

or does Spider Cliff exist in a space-time comtinum where the world wars didn't happen? :)

Posted by jasonblue, 2:04pm, 9 Sep, 2005

Spider Cliff's golden days were in the very beginning of the 20th century. Shortly before WWI the town started to decline due mostly to their bridge falling down repeatedly. Several years went by, and even a few decades, where SC was effectively cut off from the world. For instance, the citizens didn't even hear about WW2 until it was over.

Posted by jasonblue, 9:44pm, 11 Sep, 2005

Just a few more loose ends, and I'll be able to make a sweater!

Posted by smjjames, 10:07pm, 11 Sep, 2005


Posted by Phoniexashes, 2:41pm, 26 Sep, 2005

My question is, where is the brain matter coming from?? It never states that and if it does, I must have over looked it.

Posted by Egocentric, 2:45pm, 26 Sep, 2005

I am sure Jason will tell us in the upcoming stories.

Posted by jasonblue, 3:17pm, 26 Sep, 2005

My question is, where is the brain matter coming from??

It comes from the faucet, silly. It's just like how soy-burgers come from the freezer.

Posted by Egocentric, 4:04pm, 26 Sep, 2005

Well, good that that's solved
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Posted by smjjames, 10:09am, 28 Sep, 2005

not an unanswered question, but more of a clarification.

Can Rebecca contact the spirit of anybody she wanted to or can she only contact those she knew in her lifetime? or are those she never personally met harder to contact?
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Posted by Egocentric, 11:17am, 28 Sep, 2005

Those she didn't meet in life "doesn't want to talk through her". So, no.

Posted by Egocentric, 4:27pm, 28 Sep, 2005

Just curios, JasonBlue, how did Eliza react to the Alaistar threat in "the wednesday that wasn't". Did she admit that he existed, or did she drink the amnesia potion for some other reason?

Posted by jasonblue, 5:10pm, 28 Sep, 2005

Good question. I would imagine that if Eliza was faced with something that can only be explained by the supernatural, she would be more than happy to drink the potion. Of course, there is always the question of what she really believes in...

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