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Apr. 19th, 2018


I tried to send an electronic mail but it didn't work, so I'll just send it here.

LOKI! (and all other interested parties)

HAVE YOU SEEN THIS? It's all cats! For ten minutes!


Apr. 4th, 2018


This is so much fun!

Except I got this creepy crawly little Crabrawler, if anyone wants it. I traded my other already and got the one I want to keep.

Apr. 3rd, 2018


I knew I had this somewhere. Pokedex, Alola edition.

[ooc: A limited version of the Pokedex that doesn't include exact location data, just the island groupings]

I doubt we'll be able to catch all of those. The first nine are the starters and their evolutions and in the game you can only choose one set of those. At the end of the list are legendaries and they're incredibly difficult to find and catch. I'd assume we can rule any of those out. The rest, I don't know.

For everyone who doesn't have a clue what we're going on about, Pokemon are... in some ways an equivalent to animals, but broader than that. I think the game concept actually came from insect collecting. The idea of the games is to try to collect every kind of Pokemon by catching wild ones, evolving the ones you have through training and using items, and trading with other people. You can also put Pokemon in battles against other trainers, which sounds like those underground dog fighting rings but supposedly Pokemon enjoy it and it's definitely a lot more regulated. A Pokemon can only know four skills, fights end when one is knocked out, and they're easy to heal at Pokecenters which are free for trainers to use and located in almost every town and city. As well as fighting there are other things like beauty and talent shows, so it's not all horribly violent. The different types partly determine what they're strong and weak against in battles and also to some extent where you can find them. Water Pokemon, obviously you'll want to look in the sea, rivers, lakes. Rock Pokemon in the mountains, grass Pokemon in fields, fire Pokemon I'd probably head to the volcano.

Or you can just ignore the Pokemon and do the standard tourist-y things like the dinosaur park and resort.

Apr. 2nd, 2018


I'm still a little tender, but I believe that I can still teach like this. I'm ready and willing to start teaching today.

Mar. 24th, 2018


Connection Established

Hello, World. I am Viv. You seem to be experiencing technical difficulties. Have you tried turning it on and off again?


WHO: Elizabeth Shaw, David
WHEN: March 17, about an hour and a half into the Ball
WHERE: Medbay.
WHAT: Elizabeth wakes up and is not where they should be.
TRIGGERS: Creepy David is Creepy.


Mar. 20th, 2018


Following up on Rogue's post about Home Ec, we actually do have some posts that need to be filled due to recent departures : If anyone is interested, we could use US History, AP Biology, and Computer Science in the school.

Otherwise, we can combine the standard and AP bio and sort something out for the History and Comp Sci classes.

Mar. 18th, 2018


Many of you know my friend David, and he's told me a great deal about this place. I'll skip the general confusion, shock, and wonder of a place like this. You all must get tired of hearing it, as I suspect it happens quite a lot. Alternate realities were only theoretical in my world, so far as I knew, so it's unexpected to suddenly find yourself in one. I'm glad to have David here though. A familiar face makes things much easier in the long run.

I'm Dr. Elizabeth Shaw. I'm not stuck on the title though, even if I did bust my arse to get it. Elizabeth is just fine, or Shaw if you're one of those people who prefer last names. Just not Ellie