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Revenance Mods ([personal profile] revenancemods) wrote2012-11-24 09:07 pm
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Week Five

Week Five

"One can write, think, and pray exclusively of others; dreams are all egocentric."
- Evelyn Waugh

This week has calmed down considerably compared with last week’s incident at the post office. It’s certainly given the town something to talk about, though; even the Moogles have their own opinions to offer on the matter, if you ask them. The lingering problem is, the incident has left far more questions than it answered. Maybe if you put your heads together you can figure them out.

On top of it, you’re still dreaming about locks and keys and keyholes, the same dream every night.

If you do stop and talk to the Moogles, they’ll tell you they’ve got a new Dream Eater recipe they’d love to try out. How would you like to have one of those bears on your side?



You read that correctly - Kooma Pandas are now available for characters to get from Moogles. The information for Kooma Pandas is now available on the Dream Eaters page.

If you’re signed up for the post office mission but have not yet tagged in, there’s still time to do so. If you want your character to join a team or a subthread, feel free to use the comments space of this post to plan things out. We do encourage everyone to see that thread through to its conclusion; everything happens for a reason, after all.

Additionally, we’ve noticed something we’d like to discuss. Given the speed of the game and the interest in backtagging, we’re starting to think that 2 weeks OOC = 1 week IC might be too quick of a pace for the game. We want everyone to have enough time to finish threads without feeling rushed. To that end, we’re thinking about changing the week ratio to 3 weeks OOC = 1 week IC. Please let us know what you think in the comments below - if you’d like to change, stay at the same pace we are now, or do something different entirely.

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