13 March 2012 @ 07:05 pm
 
[Phone]

A thought occurred to me, friends. We're all from different worlds. Each one of our worlds follow different laws, invoke different means of progress through technology or even magic. However, they're all still very unique. Things that were impossible in one world is very possible in another. Limits exist in one while those same limits are nonexistent in others. There's little consistency.

And yet, Mayfield supports all of those with its own rules, of course. It's fascinating, isn't it? I'm sure many of you would understand!

I've been considering the idea of writing a journal, or a record, on all these different worlds and their distinctive features. Granted, it won't be all too comprehensive, but a journal filled with general, first-account information will be substantial for my purposes.

Well? Does this pique anybody's interests?

[Filtered to KINGDOM]

Ah... Would you mind coming over to headquarters for just a little while? There's someone who wants to meet all of you there.

[Action: KINGDOM]

[In the underground base of KINGDOM, past the all the series of caves and plantations, the Doctor sits waiting in his stone-carved throne. It's still not exceptionally comfortable, but thrones are what all tyrants sit in. Accompanying the Doctor in the room is Dist who doesn't seem all too well at the moment. A Red Crystal is still hovering over him, following if he should try to move away. The Doctor isn't looking at him at the moment, but across the room, waiting for more of his friends to appear.]
 
 
09 March 2012 @ 12:04 pm
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[Phone]

... Well, well. I believe that was my first experience with "droning". Hmhm. If I had to put the experience into words, it's like waking up from a dream. Here I am, but not quite in my old house. A minor change if anything else.

There's no need to worry anymore, my friends. Your good friend, the Doctor, has returned and hopefully, permanently.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for this second warm welcome.

[Private to KINGDOM]

And to you, my true friends. How have you been? I hope I haven't missed anything during this inconvenient absence. Give me a full report on everything that has happened.