So, since I'm a bit tired, I'll cut to the point: What do you guys think your characters would be doing in Paracelsus' alternate timeline?
In my own opinion, since the Warehouse is run more on science and less on ethics, Garrett likely would have never been taken in since that would require the great sympathy of the agents involved. We still don't know whether an alternate group of our gang would have showed up, since alternate versions of everyone else did, but their connection to the Warehouse involved Artie, which involved Mrs. Frederic being Caretaker. Then again, as I believe Pete said, "The Warehouse attracts the same kind of people." Or something, I'm not sure.
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Does anyone remember a while, while back when I said I was going to rewatch every episode and compile every backgrond artifact and random object?
Yeah, that plan fell through... But, I will be rewatching the episodes and instead focusing on minor details such as the opening credits (rememebr when I found the Lunar Landing Hoax Set?). For instance, it looks like in the Season 3 episode "Stand" (because I wanted to see WH1
2) that the Warehouse apparently has one of those underground missile silos, or at least I assume it is because the hatch looks different than immediate Google seatch results. Sorry for the poor quality, the DVDs aren't the best and I had to resort to using the Snipping Tool to take the screenshot since the keyboard commands…
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So, since it is my current goal in life to revive Warehouse 13 (after seeing the 42nd Street Marquee in person, deposing the American government with a tomato, baby goat and twelve brass instruments, and replacing all of Earth's human population with baby animals, in that order), I woke up today thinking that Draco and Elsa's ideas to have the revival focus on the previous Warehouses was a great idea, as it would present both an amazing world building opportunity and the chance to have a ton of representation for POCs and more non-cishet relationships (which, let's be honest, besides the one episode of Steve meeting his ex and the Bering & Wells subtext, the show was sorta lacking in proper LGBT relationships).
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Okay, so, I know I've said maybe once or twice in the past that not every author or artist needs to have an artifact that's behnd their work since it kinda doownplays that person's own creativity, but today I was reminded of a Yugioh card in a small Archetype based on Lovecraft's work, and one such card was based on an object known as the Shining Trapezohedron . I think it's a rather cool looking and cool sounding object, but I just want to know what you guys think of the idea of including more Lovecraft artifacts? I kow that, since we have his Key and it seems to be what inspired his stories, that it would logically make sense to say all of his works are fictional and that he didn't actually write about real artifacts. I'm just in a Lovec…Read more >
Hey guys! I haven't been very active lately due to work and school, but spring break is in a few days. That is when I hope to get back to making some artifacts I have put to the side.
Lately I have been reading Grimm's fairy tales, and there are a lot more than most people know about. In their book collections, Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm's Kinder- und Hausmarchen, they collected hundreds of stories. Some were pointless nonsense, like Clever Elsie, and others had morals and messages, like Godfather Death and Mary's Child. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grimms%27_Fairy_Tales#Volume_1
I also have just finished reading this manga: http://kissmanga.com/Manga/Kataribe-no-Risuto
In the story, the brothers Grimm had based their famous stories on magical…Read more >
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Had these on a wordpad I want to just close so I'll keep the ideas here for now.
Comic book artist | What they worked on
Alan Moore - Watchmen
Al Feldstein - Mad Magazine
Jim Shooter - Marvel
Gardner Fox - DC
John Byrne - X-Men and Fantastic Four
Joe Gill - Doomsday
Edmond Hamilton - DC
Otto Binder - Captain Marvel
Roy Thomas - Avengers, Daredevil, X-men
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Okay, so, about a month ago, Garr showed me the chapter of 'Grand Designs' that never made it to the website that showed what the canon Tesla, Edison, and Escher were like and....well, I have to scrap Escher as Leena's replacement.
Now, initially, the idea was to use either Edison or Tesla, but then I realized the obivious answer last night recording the 42nd Street routine for Garr: Gellar could take over.
I mean, Escher didn't do that much in terms of going on missions, mainly because he'd wind up being a lankier Artie. Gellar on the other hand I can make into a more active role with the team, and have it easier to butt heads with the HARP members. Not to mention there's more reference for me in terms of interviews that I can use to prop…Read more >
Currently watching the BTS podcasts for Season 4, nearly to the end of it, and I found two very interesting things.
1. As seen in this screenshot from the opening sequence of The Ones You Love, anyone want to guess what his is? It is the set used to create the Apollo 11 lunar landing film from 1969, the first time man walked on the moon which, incidentally, has been the subject of a conspiracy theory irl. The theory you ask? That the landng, or at least the first one which was shown on TV, was entirely a hoax. And this artifact seems to prove that theory to be true in the show's canon. However this flies in the face of several things, the first being the Moon Rock mentioned in the book which came from Apollo 11. Although not directly stated…Read more >
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Was looking through notebooks and discovered several hand written artifacts for stories I wrote at my desk job between calls.
Charles Allan Gilbert's Black Paint - When used causes suicidal thoughts
Conrad Hommel's Black Paint - Able to create image of newest evil/See future events. Last painting made with paint was of Adolf Hitler circa 1928. Painter is unable to tell anyone about the future predicting painting.
Humphrey Bogart's Cigarette Case - Possession causes actors to not be able to differentiate between their character and reality
Peter Lawford's Shot Glass - Any liquid poured into it turns into alcohol. Drinker becomes an alcoholic
Franz Kafkas' Die Verschollene - Reader is erased from existence
Ivan Chisov's Ripcord - Protects possessor f…Read more >
I want to come up with artifacts for these people and will get to it sometime.
Bill Watterson (Calvin and Hobbes)
Jim Davis (Garfield)
Garry Trudeau (Doonesbury)
Wiley Miller (Non Sequitur)
Bill Amend (Fox Trot)
Stephan Pastis (Pearls Before Swine)
Scott Adams (Dilbert)
Greg Evans (Luann)
Mark Tatulli (Lio)
Brad Anderson (Marmaduke)
Don Wimmer and Pat Brady (Rose is Rose)
Mastroianni and Hart (B.C.)
Parker and Hart (Wizards of Id)
Cathy Guisewite (Cathy)
Tom Wilson and Tom II (Ziggy)
Darby Conley (Get Fuzzy)
Jimmy Johnson (Arlo and Janis)
Thaves (Frank & Ernest)
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So, we know that Claudia eventually becomes Caretaker of the Warehouse, right? Well, Allison Scagliotti is, as of current, 26 years old, so she (and possibly Claudia) were 24 when the final episode was aired. And judging by her appearance, I'd say maybe 10 or less years has passed since the final present-day scene and her official promotion to Caretaker. Meaning, Claudia was instated as Warehouse 13's new Caretaker relatively recently. It's only been 2 year so far, and Allison's appearance hasn't changed much, but what does this mean for us? Mrs. F can't remain Caretaker forever, we know that. The question is, what do we do about it? Do we wait a few more years before writing a story with Claudia as the Caretaker, or do we do it soon? If s…Read more >
These two videos will hopefully privde sufficient information on the newest attraction for Halloween Horror Nights 26, and a whole honking list of potential artifacts. I've checked, and a majority of the places and people mentioned in the first video (starting at 7:10) are in fact real, save for a few exceptions (the company and it's owners, and the camera, for example). In fact, 2 people mentioned in one article (the one about the skull) are both very deserving on their own artifacts.
The premise seems to be quite similar to SCP and WH13, but whether that's inentional or just a common concept is uncertain. I don't plan on having The Repository included i…Read more >
So I put it up over and over about my gag artifacts (Pair that was used as a joke in a fanfic of mine) but there wasn't an answer if they should be real or not so I'll put them here and wait a week. If there's positive or no replies I'll add them to the main list.
Rosa Louise McCauley Parks (1913 – 2005) was an African American civil rights activist. On December I, 1955 in Montgomery, Alabama, Parks refused to obey a bus driver's order to give up her seat in the colored section to a white passenger, after the white section was filled. After refusing to give up her seat she was arrested. After her arrest Parks became an icon of the Civil Rights Movements but suffered hardships as a result. However the president of the local chapter of the N…
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Alright, so I had a strange dream the other night, and I think it's a cool idea. The problem is, the dream finished before I found out what the artifact was. There were a few strange happenstances, but I'm not sure whether or not they are the same artifact or not (doubtful).
In the dream, Artie, Claudia, Pete, Myka and Steve were at a pool party. Apparently, there were reports of people being "incredibly acrobatic". By that, there were two strange things they witnessed. The first were people who were able to stay on the water's surface without sinking in - and they weren't just standing. They were doing acrobatics on the water's surface, being all fancy and seeing who could outdo the other. The second strange event was a few people who were…Read more >
I'm getting tired of all these damned infoboxes. 0-S so far, that's 3k + artifacts updated. Then there's ones which aren't even in the main list. After this I'm going to reshelf the Twilight Zone Artifacts since technically that's not a real section. I'm changing the older ones to look more like Edward O. Thorp's Casino Chip where it's technically in the Trap Aisle but listed in Twilight Zone Artifacts. In that case the actual artifact will have a home in a real section, there will be a link to the artifact aka a place card for TZ artifacts. All in all the older artifacts will now have a real location and in collection look like this:
Inspiration for the Twilight Zone Episode [________] Season _/ Episode __. As seen here: Twilight Zo…Read more >
After a long absence of artifact challenges, I have decided to make a new one.
A man owning a pet cat has been hacking up hairballs. The artifact must have the ability to implant bezoars in people's stomachs.
A man has been found dead on the road last week. The sleeves of his overcoat were wrapped around his throat as if he was in a life-or-death struggle.
A woman apparently has the ability to detach and reattach her limbs. She must have held some toy artifact.
Yokai have been invading all of Kyoto. Some artifact may have summoned them.
A woman has woken up from her sleep and has found that her eyeballs have disappeared from their sockets. earlier, she dreamt of a hooded m…
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Jennifer Lockhart is the second child of a school teacher mom and a fire fighter dad. Growing up she maintained mostly A's and B's taking an interest in science and criminal investigations. Although she went to collect to become a Crime Scene Investigator, before the show became popular, she started as a beat cop first. Turning down time she would moonlight as a CSI learning how to use the various machines to solve crimes and when the time came took the promotion to Detective instead. Partnering up with Jacob Torres she's the more calm thinking half of the team. Though he's more rush into things head first Jennifer was always there to keep him in check.
Although along for the ride for the Locked Room Serial Killer she wasn't there when…
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Dear Professor Drago,
I have made up effects for the following artifacts.
Babylonian Battery: when touched, shoots out electricity that can fry the user. The Babylonian battery was considered the first
Bill Toddman's "Penny Ante Board": compels the player to play a game of Penny Ante. If the user runs out of pennies, the user's money disappears. It has to be fed pennies to be kept happy for this reason.
Bruce Lee's Punching Bag: when punched, it increases the density of one's hands to such a weight that it can break people's bones.
Don Quixote's Lance: has the ability to stop any windmill from working. However, when held, the user will start to believe that all windmills are giants.
Ebenezer Thorndike's Lobster Trap: has the spirit of a lobst…Read more >
I saved this in a separate document so when creating the pages on artifacts I can factor in the year it was collected then determine which Warehouse helped collect it if I don't have an Agent in mind. To be completed once the pages for Warehouses 9 and 10 are completed.
Warehouse 13 - 1914 -
Warehouse 12 - 1830 - 1914
Warehouse 11 - 1725 - 1830
Warehouse 10 - ???? - 1725
Warehouse 9 - 1517 - ????
Warehouse 8 - 1260 - 1517
Warehouse 7 - 1219-1260
Warehouse 6 - 813 - 1219
Warehouse 5 - 453 - 813
Warehouse 4 - 434 - 453
Warehouse 3 - 30 BC - 434 CE
Warehouse 2 - 323 BC - 30 BC
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This is a list of potential mentioned artifacts with unknown effects in the Warehouse 13 Fanfic RP Wiki (specifically this: http://warehouse13fanficrp.wikia.com/wiki/List_of_Warehouse_13_Fanfiction_by_Wilesjeffery2152
Amerigo Vespucci's Armor Plate
unknown dematerializing vase
Jean Eugene Robert-Houdin's Top Hat-metamorphic artifact
Lazarus of Bethany's Grave Clothes: resurrection artifact
Jack Kevorkian's Otoscope: suicide artifact
Tod Sloan's Boots
Chalres Martel's Stirrup- has something to do with making horses unusually fast
Sir Robert de Shuland's Horse Rib Bone- has something to do with making horses unusually fast
Jessie James' Saddle- has something to do with making horses unusually fast
Karl Ferdinand Braun's Cathode Tube: causes electromag…Read more >
Currently working on artifacts for the Dry Docks (Ghost and Pirate Ships), Holiday, Metaphorical, Nature Section, Piracy Cove and The Display Case. The basics for new artifacts on all sans the last two are up on my doc. Over time I will make them more detailed then get approval from Garr before putting them up again. Check them out if you like at: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UQQigc2m-KVf-lvkmflHkwrDj1mRENVz_Txpytc1_fc/editRead more >
This is my third artifact challenge! See if you guys can come up with new artifacts based on the scenarios I give.
At a sushi bar, the sushi is causing people to turn into sushi itself. The artifact must be related to sushi.
At a post office, mail is flying around in a whirlwind. The letters are also reading themselves aloud to other people.
At a casino, slot machines are getting jackpots every time. The staff has figured that something is wrong with their machines, and we at Warehouse 13 figure that an artifact may be responsible.
Possible Artifacts: Ronald Dale Harris's Quarter Wrap
At a local library, books are flying around and reading themselves to other people. The artifact must be library related/
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This is a list of Canon Artifact ideas for Warehouse 13.
1982 Big Game, California vs. Stanford Football Stadium: a football stadium from the 1982 California vs. Stanford football game. The California Golden Bears used five lateral passes on the kickoff to score the winning touchdown and earn a 25-20 victory. members of the Stanford field had come onto the field during the play, believing the game was over.
Effects: when a full audience enters the stadium, and during a football game, it hypnotizes band members into walking onto the field. It is powered by the cheering of football fans.
Downsides: none known.
Emeril Lagasse’s Frying Pan: a frying pan owned by the famous chef Emeril Lagasse.
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This is like the standard artifact challenge, but different. I make up random artifacts, and you try to make up the effects and downsides.
Original John Deere Tractor: a tractor invented by John Deere in 1934.
Original Caterpillar Tractor: a Caterpillar prototype made by Benjamin Holt in 1904.
Box of Tomatoes from La Tomatina: A box of tomatoes from the first-ever La Tomatina, a Spanish festival where people throw tomatoes at each other.
Original Plague Doctor Costume: a costume used by Plague doctors to try to cure people of the plague.
Original Confederate Flag: a Confederate flag that abrosbed people's prejudice towards African-Americans.
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The second artifact challenge I created. This challenge is just like the first one I created. Just try to come up with your own artifacts!
There have been reports of an artifact at a prison that is making all of the negative emotions manifest themselves as angular, sharp-eyed monsters. This artifact must have negative emotion-animating properties.
Artifact: Stolen Rock Paintings from Saimaluu Tash
There has been a recent rise in shark attacks at a nearby beach. An artifact must be making the sharks more aggressive.
Artifact: Beach Umbrella from the set of Jaws
At a zoo, almost every animal has gone wild and attacked various zookeepers. This artifact must have animal aggression-enhancing properties.
Artifact: Girolamo Fracastoro's Petri Dish
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Hello, and this is my first Artifact challenge blog. I'll give a certain situation, and you will try to guess the artifact involved.
At a nearby bar, several bar patrons screamed as several pink elephants appeared and started attacking people. The artifact involved must have been able to turn hallucinations into reality.
Artifact: Jules Balliarger's Scotch Container, Eufemio Zapata's Cup, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec's Cane
At a gas station, an artifact was draining fuel from other cars. The artifact involved must have been powered by fuel.
Artifact: Emil and Lilana Schmid's Toyota Land Cruiser
At a fancy dinner party at a mansion, the cutlery mysteriously came to life and started attacking people. The artifact involved must have had life-giving p…
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These are my ideas for possible Warehouse 13 artifacts. I wrote them on my Google drive, and These should make good articles on this wiki.
Lord Zedd's Staff: A replica of Lord Zedd's staff seen in the show, Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers. Powers: has the ability to turn any object into a monster. Downside: The user must have an intention for the monster, otherwise, it will take it as, "What will be, will be. Surprise me!" The monster created will sometimes be dangerous
Bodhidharma’s Cloak: The red cloak used by Bodhidharma, the founder of the Zen sect of Buddhism. Powers: gives the user the ability to float in the air and meditate to heal themselves. Downside: prolonged use will cause the user’s arms and legs to atrophy. The Web of the Tsuchi…Read more >
Thanks to Draco for talking to Lady Lostris about the IP block and getting it removed.
I'd like to apologize on behalf of my brother, David, for the harrassment several different wikias and without this IP block I wouldn't have known what he was doing. Thank you.
Let's hope this never happens again...
Well. Enough of that. I got some stuff to show you guys! :D
I got some good news as well. I recovered some of the files from my email and got Artifact files like the display cards and such. Also, I've been making artifacts from polymer clay, like Hua Tuo's Scalpel which is baked and just needs paint.
Artifacts like Godfried's Spoon, the Pacyrocuta Jawbone, the Spine of Saracen, Sargon the great's Mirrors and many other production made artifacts I …
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Here I'll be listing the unmade artifacts that were made by specific users and which are free, so nobody gets confused over who made what. On a regular basis, I will remove made artifacts from the list entirely.
These artifacts were created by several different users and are almost completed, so these artifacts are off limits to everybody. No one is allowed to alter the effects until after every one has been finished; major edits afterwards will be a group discussion. (I don't want to make the page just so someone can rewrite it two hours later and make the time I worked on it feel wasted).
- Cesira Ferrani 's Pearl Necklace
- Charles Blondin's Unitard
- Claus von Stauffenberg's Suitcase
- George Washington's Bleeder
- Harold Shipman's Bonesaw
- James Allen'…
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My idea is that Aden decides to do a Runestone reading for the others as a way to sort of... bond, I guess.Read more >
As the first born child in a military/ police family Jacob was always good at looking at a crime scene and picking out what was wrong with it. If it wasn't for how long it takes to wait for the results he would have made a great crime scene investigator, however he'd rather get the job done and the criminal locked away. If he knows that someone is guilty he has a hard time not just reacting instead of waiting for evidence or warrants. Understanding this he relies on a partner to help keep him patient. Moving up the ranks from beat cop to a detective he had the most closed cases in his department. Another thing that Jake has always been proud of is his ancestors which he could go back to Luiz Vaz de Torres, a Spaniard explorer. He met…
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For you guys to make artifacts using what I've collected on Tumblr! Using my "artifact inspiration" tag, see if you can make artifacts based on the posts! And feel free to post your ideas in the comments, and if we all like them, add them to this post and make it official! Happy thinking guys!
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The Expert at the Card Table is a book dealing with sleight of hand, cheating and illusions used while playing cards. Basically considered the Bible of the magic community the true identity of it's original author, S. W. Erdnase, continues to elude many. The contents of the book was considered obscene material at the time of publication but that didn't prevent the work from getting out there in the world. The book detailed everything from shuffling multiple decks, card cutting techniques, bottom of deck dealing and countless other techniques.
Possessor of book becomes a master at slight of hand card tricks.
Agents are looking into a different artifact that kept Erdnase's true identity a secret all these years.
George Stephenson (1791 - …
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On August 1769, the city of Crescia in northern Italy was devastated with the Bastion of San Nazaro was struck by lightning. The resulting fire ignited about 200,000 pounds of gunpowder stored there by the Republic of Venice, causing a massive explosion. Stones of various sizes were hurled in the radius of a kilometer around the explosion. Killing people and destroying houses and churches including Santi Nazaro e Celso. This explosion destroyed about one-sixth of the entire city claiming at least 400 dead and 800 wounded.
Absorbs electricity from any nearby source then explodes, explosion is powerful enough to level a city the size of Univille.Read more >
There's a reason why I keep blog-posting these artifacts. I have extra time at the moment and love creating these. However I was informed that I am making too many so until I get at least one okay here they lie. Or until two days pass then I'll be tossing up at least two at a time.
El Faro was a United States-flagged cargo ship crewed by the U.S. Merchant Mariners. Built in 1975 it went through a series of names finally becoming El Faro in 2006. It was lost at sea in 2015 after losing propulsion during Hurricane Joaquin. When it vanished it was carrying 391 shipping containers, 294 trailers and cars and a crew of 33. The ship was supposed to have traveled a safe distance away from where meteorologists believed the hurricane however l…
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So far I have WIP:
Pinky Ring still in the talking stage
Now two more:
Tituba was a 17th-century West Indian slave woman who was owned by Samuel Parris. She was the first to be accused of practicing witchcraft during the Salem witch trials which took place in 1692. Her owner Elizabeth Parris and her friend Abigail Williams declared the slave to be a witch, at first she denied it however Mr. Parris beat her until she confessed. When on trial for witchcraft she added that she knew about occult techniques from her mistress in Barbados. Tituba started that the mistress taught her a ward to protect herself and her masters from evil powers and how to show others who were witches. In the end, wh…
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Temporarily deleted aka not creating this artifact (I have deleted items stored elsewhere but I'm removing from here so I can keep things in order)
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Sam Patch (1807 - 1829) was the first famous American daredevil after successfully jumping from a raised platform into the Niagara River near the base of Niagara Falls in 1829. Growing up Patch had a love of making other people happy by amazing them with stunts, on breaks he'd entertain other boys by jumping off the mill that he worked at's dam. By twenty he was attracting more and more crowds by jumping from bridges, factory walls and ship's masts. Even when a stunt didn't go quite right and he fell, tripped or otherwise got hurt he would hop back up, brush himself off and laugh it off. Eventually he decided to use a ladder to get away from the dangers of the falls but still get the height down into the river. He made this jump once, 125 …
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As of right now I have the first part or chapter of a new W13 fanfic but I still need a title. Basically Pete, Myka, Claudia and Jake (one of my agents) are at the B&B when Pete accidently activates 'Zathura the board game' an artifact that makes the game real, launching them into space. Now they have to play the game and win to get home, the foursome along with Leena are traveling through space in the B&B as a ship. The second chapter will start with Steve, Artie and Jennifer (my other agent) trying to figure out where the B&B is. If anyone wanted to comment with a suggestion for a title I'd appreciate it. Maybe just Artifact #9234512 Zathura or something like that.Read more >
Yes, another blog post. A 3rd one, and it hasn't even been a week? Wow! Anyway, I've been thinking of a few headcanons for my characters, namely the Element Bearers. But, seeing as how they have yet to have character pages made for them, these will stay here until they do. Feel free to add HCs of your own, guys! Even if they aren't for your own characters! Although, if they belong to someone else, their owners will have to conform or deny whether they accept the headcanons.
- Drake Hosfelt
- When Drake was a child n Christhurch, New Zealand, he was caught in a large house fire. Luckily, nobody died. However, he was the only one to get hurt, suffering harsh burns across his torso and upper arms. As such, he is very self-consccious about his appea…
- Drake Hosfelt
So, Draco has advised not to make any more stories until the current ones are finished. This includes De-Extinction and Munchies. However, here are a few story ideas that I've been mulling over for a while.
- An ocean story. Where the gang is put into a submarine and has to scavenge the ocean for an artifact. While they're in there, they start to get cabin fever, easily angered, etc. Plus, I want an excuse to finally use the H2O/Mako Mermaid prop jewelry!
- A proper musical, possibly. Optional, but don't we all want this one? UPDATE: Canon, facilitated by Hans Christian Andersen's Mechanical Bird.
- This one's already been decided, but an Aden/Scott or just Scott apology story. The short plot for this one is, at least, that Aden goes into Garrett's…
Now that I've gotten a year older, and Garrett's been considered dead for what, 2 years now? His timeline needs serious sorting out. Has he aged while he was hidden? Did he age after he was revealed? Or did he die and miss his birthday before he was revived, setting him back a year in aging? What age was he officially when he died?
This is why I hate my own procrastination and laziness. If I don't work, ttime IRL moves on and the wiki's stories get all messed up. I'll need Deaco and Per's help on this, so whenever they get online I'll need their help as soon as possible.Read more >
Me and Garr were discussing an AU, and I had an idea:
- Any Warehouse agent who dies during the term of the Warehouse, unless they or their wills dictate otherwise, is buried in an artifact-concealed masoleum in the host city/town's main graveyard.
- Prior to around Warehouse 9 or so, the Agents buried there were given the host culture's highest funerary honors (ex. Warehouse 2 Agents are mummified and given the Opening of the Mouth ceremony. The Masoluem is located in the Valley of the Kings under the pyramid mound.)
- Whatever the artifact is, its been around since Warehouse 2 at least