|Mods of Kiseki RPG (kiseki_mods) wrote in kiseki_logs,|
@ 2015-06-28 00:52:00
|Entry tags:||! event, ! log, ; emotions memory event, aramis (bbc), korra, porthos du vallon (bbc), sebastian michaelis, tsubasa 'syaoran' li, yukine, ~ anne (bbc), ~ arthur pendragon (bbc), ~ ciel phantomhive, ~ connie maheswaran, ~ constance bonacieux (bbc), ~ emma swan, ~ felicity smoak, ~ freya (bbc), ~ isabela (dragon age), ~ jaeha, ~ james buchanan 'bucky' barnes, ~ jamie moriarty, ~ kija, ~ lapis lazuli, ~ mako (lok), ~ mary margaret blanchard | snow white, ~ matt murdock, ~ merlin (bbc), ~ milady de winter (bbc), ~ neal cassidy | baelfire, ~ nico robin, ~ pearl, ~ steven quartz universe, ~ stiles stilinski, ~ tsubasa | sakura (trc), ~ yona|
everywhere || action || open
[You've finally recovered from dragons and getting caught up in wind gusts? Wonderful, right on time for Miracle Country to mess around again. These days, when people start noticing shiny, unnatural feathers cropping up here and there, or small orbs of light doing the same, they might find it familiar, at least if they've been around for a while. Surely the residents who have lived through these previous things will be able to let them know what's going on...
Except it's not quite the same thing this time around. While, yes, these items hold memories from others in them, meant to be shared as they were before, it won't show a whole memory as if playing a video or seeing into a dream. No, this time around they're memories of emotions that are being held.
So what does this mean? When near or touching an orb belong to someone else, you will experience the emotion that the person in the memory is feeling. Is it a memory of a tragic event, transferring a feeling of grief, worry, or fear? Is it a memory of being with people you care about, transferring happiness and love? A memory you'd rather forget about, transferring embarrassment and self-doubt? You won't get the play-by-play of the memory when you touch it, but rather experience the emotional state of that memory. Whether you get context for that memory - understanding empathetically why that emotion is being felt and how concretely you get that context - is up to you.
The transferring of emotions can be mild (perhaps more suitable for truly terrible memories that would logically leave people with PTSD or completely emotionally drained), or stronger still (feeling the full extent and power of those emotions), depending on what everyone chooses to do. The transfer can also be more personalized, too. Maybe a memory recalls a day when one was a child, and they were scared of thunder, and so the person receiving it ends up jumping at loud noises and wanting to stay inside for a while. Maybe it's a memory about someone else - maybe Aramis can feel what it's like to love Alice, after being exposed to Porthos's memories of being around her. Or Stiles can feel unbearably proud of Arthur, after holding Merlin's memory of his coronation.
Will you realize that you're missing a memory? No, and it's already forgotten until the orb is returned to you via being felt by another person. Whether you forget the entire memory or just the feelings felt during that moment is up to you.
People will be shedding memories until Tuesday, and could lose memories more than once. Of course, losing them means they'll want to make sure to find them again, so simply ignoring these would probably not work too well. Especially for those who remember losing memories made people fade out once before...]