The next icon from that goes to [livejournal.com profile] goblinpaladin, and blends Planescape, Modrons and (kind of) making fun of netspeak. It looks a bit like this:



So, whee. And such.
Apparently, clicking the 'login' button before Deepest Sender loads the usernames and passwords breaks it. Who'd have thought?

So! Talking about Planescape briefly earlier sent me over to get back into the Urban Planes stuff at planewalker.com. I've replyspammed the UP board, and I think I'm partly caught up now. For those who've never heard of it - something that's entirely likely - the Urban Planes project was an attempt to make a modern setting that looked, felt and acted like Planescape. Some of the people there rather suck, but most of the ones that have had much to do with it have stayed mostly true to the setting - which is unusual for an adaptation project like that.

Also, I need to reupload my Lady of Pain icon.

And for my own entertainment, I'm going to blend two memes together. So! Meme: You comment with a word that reminds you of me, then I reply with... *picks meme concept* something about you that I love or like or enjoy or experience in a miscellaneously positive way.
Ciphers
Transcendent Order. Your faction believes that
action without thought is the purest form of
thought. There is a perfect action for each
moment, and by acting in time with the Cadence
of the Planes, you can achieve cosmic harmony.


What Planescape Faction Would You Belong To?
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Today was fun. I went shopping, mostly to dispose of CD vouchers from xmas (nevermind the hordes of screaming kids who don't have to go to school for another 3 weeks).

I came home with sore feet and a book. I've come to a conclusion: Every time I walk into a bookstore, I should turn around and go to watch a movie. The movie costs me just as much, and lasts longer. The book was Storm Front, the first in the Dresden Files series, and was quite entertaining. I'd buy the rest, but books are expensive. At least this time I've found a fandom with an in-development RPG (based on FATE, no less).

I did, however, see a rare and endangered item in a 2nd-hand games shop: Torment-inna-box. My own copy is shamelessly bootlegged, pirated in a feat of piracy so utterly iconic of pirates that I nearly felt like saying 'Yarr'. I went, I saw, and I unleashed the awesome might of 'squee!' as only a fangirl can. Except the box was damaged. Quite significantly damaged, almost like the previous owner does not *know* Planescape, or found it somewhere in the deepest reaches of the Mortuary (like the portal to the Elemental Plane of Fire). Kinda figures. Only the heathens would sell their copies of Torment. Unfortunately, it wouldn't have worked to pretend to be the Lady of Pain - the flayings are illegal, the mazings just don't seem to work for some reason, and those blades look rather uncomfortable.

Needless to say, I chose not to buy. And my feet still hurt.

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