There is a MIRACLE at the top of the tower...
... and I need it.
Total Quest Duration:1 years, 3 months, 15 daysTotal Word Count:137,211Total Quest Posts:1402/1412
Avg Thread Duration: 3 days, 13 hours, 17 minutesAvg Word Count:3,267Avg Thread Posts:34
Current Thread Duration:0 days, 11 hours, 30 minutesCurrent Word Count:1,273Current Thread Posts:6
Total Threads:42

Thread 30655383 Post 30658247

2017-08-04 06:26:10 No. 30658098
>without waiting for it to draw completely- E
Do you mean L
Not sure how I caught that but somehow thought we had not yet time traveled when we talked to that guy

Anyway Look up the help on Normality standardization next.

!CammyIzMqA 2017-08-04 07:33:16 No. 30658247

Complicated technical intructions scroll through the screen. Despite being relatively fluent at Suranean, I give up on undertsanding them after a minute of trying.

Dichontology is a word penned by Ludwig, Ludwig, and Sarim to explain some of their abilities. According to Sarim, dicha is an old word meaning "Shattered" or "Torn asunder." They themselves have described as 'using charisma or sheer willpower change what is'. It's believed that that original Ludwig had a different type of dichontology that only affected living things, but this has yet to be proved.

Thus dichontology is the act of fundamentally changing the nature of reality by destroying and subsequently reconstructing it's rules to one's liking. This is especially easy to do in areas where reality is not very solid.

These days, the decadence of the tower has reached a point that only the normality standardization network keeps it from collapsing into itself in a massive dichontological event under the weight of the "Real" world.

Those exposed to harmful dichontological effects without proper preparation experience nausea, sudden cold, exhaustion, and in extreme cases cellular diseases, although this is easily avoidably by sufficiently large ingestion of C-13 proteins structures, which all food served in the tower has trace amounts of.

api | contact | donate | 0.013s | 6 queries | 1.93 MiB