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    Monday, July 24th, 2017
    asylum_promo
    [ adamsmod ]
    1:20a
    John Adams Prep - a preternatural high school game
    Something old is waking up . . . • JOHN ADAMS PREP - a supernatural high school game )
    Sunday, July 23rd, 2017
    duskpeterson
    12:53p
    Online serializations: Law Links 7/27, Mercy's Prisoner 4/23, Checkmate 7/11
    Law Links


    "Sometimes I feel that he is as mysterious as the gods, and that he is hiding something of vital importance from me. Something that would transform my life."

    Few events are more thrilling in a young man's life than a blood feud between two villages. Or so Adrian thought.

    Torn between affection toward his traditional-minded father and worship of his peace-loving, heretical priest, Adrian finds himself caught between two incompatible visions of his duty to the gods. Then the Jackal God sends Adrian a message that will disrupt his world and send him fleeing to a new and perilous life.




    LifePrison


    "'You have committed a vile and savage act, one that any other nation would punish with death. Our punishment, on the other hand, will only be to give you what you want. You have sought to live in a world without boundaries of civilization, and such a world shall henceforth be your dwelling place.'"

    A cold-hearted murderer. A vicious abuser. A young man hiding a shameful secret. A bewildered immigrant. A pure-minded spy.

    All of these men have found their appointed places at Mercy Life Prison, where it is easy to tell who your enemies are. But a new visitor to Mercy is about to challenge decades-old customs. Now these men's worst enemies may be hiding behind masks . . . and so may their closest allies.




    Checkmate


    "It's all about torture. That's what I didn't understand for a long time. The High Seeker has been seeking out and punishing those of us who wish to show greater mercy to the prisoners than the Code allows. Those of us who question whether it's right to torture prisoners."

    The Eternal Dungeon is no longer a prison. It's a battlefield.

    Split apart from their closest loves and friends, a small group of prison-workers seek to abolish the use of torture against prisoners in the queendom's royal dungeon. Time is running out, for the deadly High Seeker has already flogged and executed prison-workers who oppose his policies.

    Do the reformers have enough time and skill to bring about radical change in the dungeon? Will they be able to overcome their mistrust of one another?




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    Friday, July 21st, 2017
    lexin
    5:05p
    I read an entry from [personal profile] brithistorian which came originally from [personal profile] spiralsheep.

    I welcome all of the following types of comments on ANY of my entries:

    - Single term comments, e.g. *hugs*, yay, yes, no, thanks, this, seconded, like, +1, &c.
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    - A comment that is a punctuation mark to let me know you read, e.g. a full stop, or an asterisk, &c.
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    - Long, wordy comments. Feel free to ramble away....
    - Comments on related topics, conversational asides, and tangents generally.
    - Incoherent comments. Most of us have both posted and had practice reading incoherent comments!
    - Commentors conversing with each other is also welcome. I like hosting a place where people can interact.

    I also welcome:

    - Comments on older public entries.
    - Comments on VERY OLD public entries.
    - Comments from people who are not subscribed to me.
    - Comments from people who I’ve never met.
    - Comments from people who haven’t talked to me for a while.
    - Comments from people who’ve never talked to me.

    How I reply to comments:

    - I usually try to reply to comments.

    If you need to know anything else then I recommend asking as a more productive strategy than speculating. ;-P

    ***

    I don't mind arguments as long as they don't descend into name calling. I do ask that if you make a comment you stick around to defend your point of view, and don't drop a lighted match into the petrol of life, and then slope off.

    This entry was originally posted at http://lexin.dreamwidth.org/647130.html. You can comment here or there, it's up to you.
    Sunday, July 16th, 2017
    duskpeterson
    6:21p
    Online serializations: Law Links 6/27, Mercy's Prisoner 3/23, Checkmate 6/11
    Law Links


    "Sometimes I feel that he is as mysterious as the gods, and that he is hiding something of vital importance from me. Something that would transform my life."

    Few events are more thrilling in a young man's life than a blood feud between two villages. Or so Adrian thought.

    Torn between affection toward his traditional-minded father and worship of his peace-loving, heretical priest, Adrian finds himself caught between two incompatible visions of his duty to the gods. Then the Jackal God sends Adrian a message that will disrupt his world and send him fleeing to a new and perilous life.




    LifePrison


    "'You have committed a vile and savage act, one that any other nation would punish with death. Our punishment, on the other hand, will only be to give you what you want. You have sought to live in a world without boundaries of civilization, and such a world shall henceforth be your dwelling place.'"

    A cold-hearted murderer. A vicious abuser. A young man hiding a shameful secret. A bewildered immigrant. A pure-minded spy.

    All of these men have found their appointed places at Mercy Life Prison, where it is easy to tell who your enemies are. But a new visitor to Mercy is about to challenge decades-old customs. Now these men's worst enemies may be hiding behind masks . . . and so may their closest allies.




    Checkmate


    "It's all about torture. That's what I didn't understand for a long time. The High Seeker has been seeking out and punishing those of us who wish to show greater mercy to the prisoners than the Code allows. Those of us who question whether it's right to torture prisoners."

    The Eternal Dungeon is no longer a prison. It's a battlefield.

    Split apart from their closest loves and friends, a small group of prison-workers seek to abolish the use of torture against prisoners in the queendom's royal dungeon. Time is running out, for the deadly High Seeker has already flogged and executed prison-workers who oppose his policies.

    Do the reformers have enough time and skill to bring about radical change in the dungeon? Will they be able to overcome their mistrust of one another?




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