TUESDAY 5 March at 7pm: Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!

 



 It is the Birthday of Dr. Seuss, and also Read-Across-America Day!

Join Caledonia Skytower as she celebrates the Birthday of children's author and cartoonist, Theodor Seuss Geisel (okay, his birthday was on March 2nd but hey! it's never too late for cake and ice cream!) Cale will present several different stories from the author's canon.


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THURSDAY February 15th at 7pm: CASABLANCA

   

"Here's Looking At You Kid"
CASABLANCA

A story of timeless romance, duty, and selfless love, just in time for Valentine's Day!

This is a very special storytelling presentation of this beloved classic movie. The movie was not based on a book and there is no novellization and no audiobook.. except right here at Storylink Radio!

Set during World War II, an American expatriate (Humphrey Bogart) must choose between his love for a woman (Ingrid Bergman) and helping her husband, a Czechoslovak resistance leader, escape from the Vichy-controlled city of Casablanca to continue his fight against in the war.

Read HERE what Casablanca is really all about

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THURSDAY January 25th at 7pm: BEDTIME STORIES WITH UNCLE EDGAR

      

"Quoth the Kitten, Get Some More!"
BEDTIME STORIES
WITH UNCLE EDGAR
Edgar Allan Poe (January 19, 1809 – October 7, 1849) is an American writer, poet, author, editor, and literary critic who is best known for his poetry and short stories, particularly his tales of mystery and the macabre. Join us for a special celebration in story of his 215th birthday.



Book: Various
Author: Edgar Allan Poe

The Kitten - Lenore - Ulalume
Cask of Amontillado - Morella
The Assignation





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THURSDAY January 4th at 7pm: A TWELFTH NIGHT GHOST STORY

   

"A Ghost Hunt on Christmas Eve?"
A TWELFTH NIGHT GHOST STORY
When sensible and level-headed Beatrice Casson decides to spend Christmas in a hotel in the wilds of Scotland it was the “old fashioned Christmas” experience promised in the brochure that was the attraction. – The smell of pine trees, crackling log fires, mulled wine, tangerines, walnuts and frosted forest walks. What she had not noticed in the itinerary was the ghost-hunt planned for Christmas Eve. Bea didn’t believe in ghosts. So who was the pale young girl who visited her room during a power cut on the night she arrived? And how was it that suddenly Bea found herself helping a medium reunite a mother and daughter who had been roaming the hotel searching for each other for hundreds of years?

Author: Dawn Summers Book: Haunted Christmas

THE FINAL WEEK at The Dickens Project: January 3-7


There's still time to . . .

   ~ Enjoy the Dickens Open Art Show at the Gallery

   ~ Submit your entry for the HELP TINY TIM Hunt

   ~ Take the Tours in Bay Rum's Cart or the Hot Air Balloon

   ~ Take photos with friends or create artful images

   ~ And just explore!

JOIN US Sunday, January 7th from 1:30 - 3:30pm slt on the Skating Pond for the LAST DANCE at DICKENS, sharing a little comfort and joy before we turn the lights out for this Edition.

All times slt/pacific

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MONDAY, January 1st at The Dicken Project: Come Fly with Us!

 

Established in April 2017 the Hawks Aerobatic Team is the culmination of a pylon race pilot joining forces with a seasoned combat pilot to experiment with importing well known RL aerobatic maneuvers into SL.

The Hawks took their name from the BAe Hawk they chose as their plane due to its superb handling characteristics and stability.  After their first show as a 'solo team' the Hawks began recruiting and training pilots.  The Hawks currently fly a 6-plane routine that includes a number of well-known maneuvers from RL aerobatics as well as some of their own unique creations.  

The Hawks are joined in the air over Dickens Harbour by Anemone Wing Walkers, and Team Phoenix.

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SUNDAY, December 31st at The Dickens Project: Ghost Stories!

 


Winter ghost stories are a Victorian Tradition - after all, Dickens' A Christmas Carol is at heart a ghost story.

Trains became a popular mode of transport during Dickens’s lifetime, and he was a seasoned traveler, using the locomotive to travel the country to see friends and carry out his reading tours. But as this new technology developed there were also devastating accidents. Dickens himself experienced the Staplehurst Railway crash in 1865, a year before he wrote this story. Dickens was haunted by memories of the accident for the rest of his life.

“Now, sir, mark this, and judge how my mind is troubled.  The spectre came back a week ago.  Ever since, it has been there, now and again, by fits and starts.” 

“At the light?” 

“At the Danger-light.” 

“What does it seem to do?” 

He repeated, if possible with increased passion and vehemence, that former gesticulation of, “For God’s sake, clear the way!” 

Then he went on.  “I have no peace or rest for it.  It calls to me, for many minutes together, in an agonised manner, ‘Below there!  Look out!  Look out!’  It stands waving to me.  It rings my little bell—”

Join Caledonia Skytower for this tale and more.

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SATURDAY, December 30th at The Dickens Project - A Busy Day!

 

ANGELICUS BOY CHOIR @ 11am slt/pacific. The Dickens Project is pleased to welcome the Angelicus Boy Choir to the 2023 Edition with a unique hour of mischief, mayhem, and mostly music.

SPECIAL PREVIEW PERFORMANCE of "OLIVER" Presented by Virtuoso Performing Arts @ 1pm slt/pacific. "Among other public buildings in a certain town, which for many reasons it will be prudent to refrain from mentioning, and to which I will assign no fictitious name, there is one anciently common to most towns, great or small: to wit, a workhouse; and in this workhouse was born a boy who was named, by the proprietor, Mr Bumble, as Oliver Twist" ... and so his story begins.

DJ DANO BOOKMITE from 4-6pm slt/pacific. Dano's back to celebrate the Twelve Days of Christmas at the Skating Pond

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FRIDAY, December 29th at The Dickens Project: Tally Mercury, Live!

 

It's not about what a song sounds like, it's about what it feels like.

Today at 3pm slt/pacific. We are pleased to welcome Tally Mercury for his first performance at the Dickens Project, live at the Opera House.

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WEDNESDAY, December 27th at The Dickens Project - Celebrating Art!


The Dickens Project Open Art Show Celebration

Wednesday, December 27th from 2-3:30pm

Please join us as we celebrate the artists chosen to be featured in this year's Dickens Project Open Art Show:

                Dante Helios

                Hermes Kondor

                Mary Layton

                Aquarius Denimore

                and Iniry Vaher

DJ Elrik Merlin will provide music at the gallery, and live on-the-air on Virtual Community Radio

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TUESDAY, December 26th at The Dickens Project: Innsmouth Tales!

Happy Boxing Day!  . . .

@ 5pm - INNSMOUTH TALES at the Opera House with Innsmouth in SL Harbormaster, Arik Metzger on media.

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SUNDAY, December 24th at The Dickens Project: Stories, Stories, & Candlelight



It's Christmas Eve  . . .

@ Noon - A CHILDS' CHRISTMAS IN WALES and Other Stories with Aoife Lorefield. This is a holiday treat!  Aoife reads Dylan Thomas' classic, followed by two stories by John B. Keane: The Curriculum Vitae, and, Spreading Joy and Jam at Christmas.

@ 9pm - CANDLELIGHT VERSE, MUSIC, & STORY in the Church of St Charles of The Little Dickens. Arik Metzger, Innsmouth Harbormaster, provides readings from the Christmas Story,  & Caledonia Skytower adds music and a more secular story as homily for this candlelight gathering from the works of Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery.

* Keep a weather eye out!  There may yet be an impromptu skating party today or anytime over the holiday weekend!

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SATURDAY, December 23rd at The Dickens Project

 

@NOON - CORWYN ALLEN, Live! Acoustic guitar, with a variety of music - folk, traditional, and some country, at The Miner's Village

@12:30 & 4:30pm on the land stream - Virtual Community Radio Presents the CEH Production of Charles Dickens A CHRISTMAS CAROL with Elrik Merlin, Shandon Loring, and Caledonia Skytower - 90 minutes (note: the stream on the southern region will join the broadcast when Mr Allen's music set is complete.)

@2pm - THE MAGIC OF THE MUSICAL - "What The Dickens?" Virtual Community Radio's monthly show featuring the songs, history, and lore of the musical theater will be broadcast live from the Opera House at The Dickens Project. This month - the works of Charles Dickens on the musical theater stage.

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THURSDAY, December 21st at The Dickens Project: Wald Schridde. Live & Story Tours Conclude

 


@11am - Wald Schridde, Live! Long-time friend and participant in The Dickens Project, we are pleased to welcome Wald back for an hour of period music on traditional instruments including mountain dulcimer, pennywhistle, guitar and autoharp.

Carol Week concludes with Staves Four & "The End of It":

"The Phantom slowly, gravely, silently approached. When it came near him, Scrooge bent down upon his knee; for in the very air through which this Spirit moved it seemed to scatter gloom and mystery."

Walk in the steps of Ebenezer Scrooge, led by a trio of voices . . . tours offered twice daily at 1pm and 7pm (all times slt).

@ 1pm - Da5id Abbot, Corwyn Allen, and Caledonia Skytower

@ 7pm - Aoife Lorefield, Gloriana Maertens,and Kayden Oconnell

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WEDNESDAY, December 20th at The Dickens Project: Story Tours - Stave Three

 

Carol Week continues with Stave Three:

"Awaking in the middle of a prodigiously tough snore, and sitting up in bed to get his thoughts together, Scrooge had no occasion to be told that the bell was again upon the stroke of One. He felt that he was restored to consciousness in the right nick of time, for the especial purpose of holding a conference with the second messenger despatched to him through Jacob Marley's intervention."

Walk in the steps of Ebenezer Scrooge, let by a trio of voices . . . tours offered twice daily at 1pm and 7pm (all times slt).

@ 1pm - Da5id Abbot, Corwyn Allen, and Caledonia Skytower

@ 7pm - Aoife Lorefield, Gloriana Maertens,and Kayden Oconnell

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TUESDAY, December 19th at The Dickens Project: Story Tours - Stave Two

 

Carol Week continues with Stave Two Story Tours:

"When Scrooge awoke it was so dark, that, looking out of bed, he could scarcely distinguish the transparent window from the opaque walls of his chamber. He was endeavouring to pierce the darkness with his ferret eyes, when the chimes of a neighbouring church struck the four quarters. So he listened for the hour."

Continue in the steps of Ebenezer Scrooge, let by a trio of voices . . . tours offered twice daily at 1pm and 7pm (all times slt).

At 12:30pm to enjoy the Raglan Shire Tiny Carolers.

@ 1pm - Faerie Maven-Pralou, Corwyn Allen, and Caledonia Skytower

@ 7pm - Gloriana Maertens, Caledonia Skytower, and Kayden Oconnell

MONDAY, December 18th at The Dickens Project: Story Tours - Stave One

 

Carol Week continues and the Story Tours begin! Today we begin at the beginning, with Stave One:

"Marley was dead, to begin with. There is no doubt whatever about that. The register of his burial was signed by the clergyman, the clerk, the undertaker, and the chief mourner. Scrooge signed it. And Scrooge's name was good upon 'Change for anything he chose to put his hand to. Old Marley was as dead as a door-nail."

Walk in the steps of Ebenezer Scrooge, let by a trio of voices . . . tours offered twice daily at 1pm and 7pm (all times slt).

@ 1pm - Da5id Abbot, Corwyn Allen, and Caledonia Skytower

@ 7pm - Aoife Lorefield, Gloriana Maertens,and Kayden Oconnell

SUNDAY, December 17th at The Dickens Project: "A Christmas Carol" - The Big Read


 It's time again for the annual Big Read of Charles Dickens' 1843 culture changing novella A Christmas Carol.

"I have endeavoured in this Ghostly little book to raise the Ghost of an Idea which shall not put my readers out of humour with themselves, with each other, with the season, or with me. May it haunt their house pleasantly, and no one wish to lay it."

Their faithful Friend and Servant,    --C. D.

So begins Charles Dickens immortal Christmas ghost story, and also our Carol Week at The Dickens Project. The Big Read begins today - Sunday, December 17th - at Noon slt.  A team of readers including Corwyn Allen, Aoife Lorefield, Caledonia Skytower, Gloriana Maertens, and Faerie Maven-Pralou will begin at the beginning, and when they get tot he end they'll stop.  Everything from "Marley was dead..." to "God bless us, everyone."

Join us in the Dickens Project Opera House for any or all of the reading. Duration approximately 3:15 minutes (-ish).

Going to miss the Carol Today? No problem. Join the daily Story Tours, one Stave (or chapter) at a time Monday through Thursday. The tours combine a live presentation of the story with visits to the key locations across The Dickens Project that reflect specific parts of Scrooge's ghost-lead adventure.  All tours will take place twice daily at 1pm & 7pm slt.

  • Monday, December 18th - Stave One "Marley's Ghost"
  • Tuesday, December 19th - Stave Two "The First of Three Spirits" 
  • Wednesday, December 20th - Stave Three "The Second of Three Spirits" 
  • Thursday, December 21st - Staves Four & Five "The Last of the Spirits" & "The End of It"

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TODAY at The Dickens Project - 12.16 ... A Big Day in a Big Weekend!

 

Has it only been a week that this year's Dickens Project has been open? So much has happened! And we are about to transition into another phase of this year's event schedule: Carol Week!

But first . . .

@ 7-9pm - ECLIPSE CLUB & RESORT concludes their week-long residency Saturday night, December 16th:  Santa's Helpers with DJ Iniry at The Opera House

The HELP TINY TIM! hunt is underway.  This search-and-count style hunt invites you to “Help Tiny Tim!” who has left his crutch somewhere, everywhere across the two Dickens regions. Information on “Help Tiny Tim!” is available at the Welcome area.

CAROL WEEK begins Sunday, December 17th at Noon with THE BIG READ of A Christmas Carol. Then come the daily Story Tours, one Stave (or chapter) at a time Monday through Thursday. The tours combine a live presentation of the story with visits to the key locations across The Dickens Project that reflect specific parts of the story.  All tours will take place twice daily at 1pm & 7pm slt.

  • Monday, December 18th - Stave One "Marley's Ghost"
  • Tuesday, December 19th - Stave Two "The First of Three Spirits" 
  • Wednesday, December 20th - Stave Three "The Second of Three Spirits" 
  • Thursday, December 21st - Staves Four & Five "The Last of the Spirits" & "The End of It"

PLUS look for some special holiday events close in to Christmas, for those looking for a little extra comfort and joy! There's still plenty of music and stories to come!

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TODAY at The Dickens Project - 12.15.23


Fri
day, December 15 (all times slt/Pacific)

@9am - CVL Hosts the Non-Profit Commons
TOPIC: Dickens and Disabilities with Gentle Heron at The Resource Center

@ 7-9pm -ECLIPSE CLUB & RESORT: A Country Christmas

with DJ Momma at The Miner's Village

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TODAY at The Dickens Project - 12.14.23

 

Thursday, December 14 (all times slt/Pacific)

@NOON - CVL Hosts the Virtual Worlds Education Roundtable with Sheila Yoshikawa
TOPIC: Dickens and Debtors Prisons: Prison Life Then and Now


@ 7-9pm -ECLIPSE CLUB & RESORT: Red, Green & Gold Formal

with DJ Kam in the Opera House

@ 9-11pm -ECLIPSE CLUB & RESORT: Decades

DJ Tiger lightens it up with a holiday edition of Decades - Music of the 60s, 70s, and 80s.


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TODAY at The Dickens Project (12.11.23)


eClipse Club & Resort continues it's week long residency of music and dancing tonight!

@ 9-11pm -ECLIPSE CLUB & RESORT: It Starts with One
Whether is it the loneliest number, the only one, the one that got away, or the one you should have bet on, DJ Admiral Maelstrom will be spinning tunes on one-liness in the Opera House at The Dickens Project. Maybe Ebenezer Scrooge was on to something?

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TODAY at The Dickens Project (12.10.23)

 

After several days of inspiring dance performances, it's time to get everyone on their feet to PAR-TAY! eClipse Club & Resort starts out it's week long residency tonight!

@7pm: SUNDAY NIGHT SKATING PARTY

DJ Caledonia and Host Kath kick off the eClipse residency at the Dickens Skating Pond with two hours of holiday comfort and joy. Slip, slide, skate, dance, or do all of them at once!

All times slt/Pacific

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TODAY at The Dickens Project - 12.9.23

 

It's a day of bountiful entertainments at The Dickens Project. TWO, count'em, two performances to inspire the imagination!

@NOON: Evolution Dance presents A STEAMPUNK CHRISTMAS (Final Performance) "Surprises, like misfortunes, seldom come alone." Evolution  Dance presents a holiday entertainment to delight the senses.

@7pm: Idle Rogue Productions presents LES COQUINS OISIF (One Performance only) A dance entertainment presenting epic fantasy themes, engaging music, beautiful performers and breathtaking staging. Stories of magic, myth and legend, in an immersive period theatre for your amusement. 

Seating is limited for both of these performances - come early to get yours.

All times slt/Pacific

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TODAY at The Dickens Project - 12.8.23



Friday, December 8 (all times slt/Pacific)

Welcome to the first day of dances! There's plenty more to come . . .

@ 7pm - EVOLUTION DANCE: A Steampunk Christmas

"Surprises, like misfortunes, seldom come alone." Evolution  Dance presents a holiday entertainment to delight the senses at The 2023 Edition of The Dickens Project. (Come early to get your seat - seating is limited)

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TUESDAY December 5th at 7pm: THE ICE DRAGON @ Poe Castle

  

"Winter Is Coming"
THE ICE DRAGON

In George R.R. Martin's world of A Song of Ice and Fire the ice dragon was a creature of legend and fear, for no man had ever tamed one. When it flew overhead, it left in its wake desolate cold and frozen land. But Adara was not afraid. For Adara was a winter child, born during the worst freeze that anyone, even the Old Ones, could remember.

Book: The Ice Dragon Author: George R. R. Martin


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Adara could not remember the first time she had seen the ice dragon. It seemed that it had always been in her life, glimpsed from afar as she played in the frigid snow long after the other children had fled the cold. In her fourth year she touched it, and in her fifth year she rode upon its broad, chilled back for the first time. Then, in her seventh year, on a calm summer day, fiery dragons from the North swooped down upon the peaceful farm that was Adara's home. And only a winter child—and the ice dragon who loved her—could save her world from utter destruction.


TUESDAYS at Noon: RUSSELL EPONYM, Live in The Glen

  


Russell Eponym, Live at The Glen

Join us for Russell's weekly performance.  Enjoy an hour of 100% live and unplugged acoustic music and spoken word.  Russell presents original and traditional songs, instrumental pieces and covers, together with some selected stories and poems: Folk Baroque and Beyond. 

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THURSDAY November 23rd at 10am: ALICES RESTAURANT MASSACREE

    

ALICE'S RESTAURANT MASSACREE
The song is one of Arlo Guthrie's most prominent works, based on a true incident from his life that began on Thanksgiving Day 1965 with a citation for littering, and ended with the refusal of the U.S. Army to draft him because of his conviction for that crime. The ironic punch line of the story is that, in the words of Guthrie, "I'm sittin' here on the Group W bench 'cause you want to know if I'm moral enough to join the Army - burn women, kids, houses and villages - after bein' a litterbug." The final part of the song is an encouragement for the listeners to sing along, to resist the draft, and to end war.

The "song" is in fact a spoken monologue, presented by Shandon Loring today for your listening pleasure or just to groan at and be Thankful when it's over.

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TUESDAYS at Noon: RUSSELL EPONYM, Live in The Glen

 


Russell Eponym, Live at The Glen

Join us for Russell's weekly performance.  Enjoy an hour of 100% live and unplugged acoustic music and spoken word.  Russell presents original and traditional songs, instrumental pieces and covers, together with some selected stories and poems: Folk Baroque and Beyond. 

Presented live on Stream. All times slt/pacific

Thursday Nov. 2nd at 7:00pm: WILLA - a special tale for Dia De Los Muertos

- Whenever I'm Away From You -

WILLA
by Stephen King

It's Dia de los Muertos, and time for reunions and 'the other side'

 A man finds himself in a train station in Crowheart Springs, Wyoming after an apparent wreck with a few of the other passengers. Unable to locate his fiancee, Willa, he decides to set out to a nearby town—where he knows she would go—to find her. A flirty romance with a touch of... something more.

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TUESDAY, October 31st at 7pm: Something Bradbury . . .

 

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!  What kind of storytellers would we be if we didn't have a story to offer on this most haunting of days.

Join Caledonia as she presents another chilling tale from Ray Bradbury's works - the collections "Dandelion Wine" and "The October Country" in the Halloween Night Play Park  of The Bradbury Project. Costumes welcomed but not required.

Live on stream, on the Town Level of The Bradbury Project.

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MONDAY October 30th at 7pm: SciFi Adventure - ESCAPE CLAUSE from "Tales from the Twilight Zone"

       


- Classic Science Fiction -

It's a deal you couldn't refuse.  Are you sure you want out?

PRESENTED IN LIVING VOICE BY GYRO MUGGINS

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SUNDAY, October 29th @ 1:30pm: THE HALLOWEEN TREE Concludes


LAST CHANCE!  (Well, at least for this year) Seanchai Library's presentation of this classic Ray Bradbury tale concludes today.

Guided by the mysterious Clavicle Carapace Moundshroud, eight boys travel through time and space on Halloween night, learning about different cultures, and how each views and deals with mortality as they try to save their friend who has been "borrowed" by Death.

David Abbot, Gloriana Maertens, and Caledonia Skytower, live on Stream at The Bradbury Project in #Second Life

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Thursday Oct. 26th at 7:00pm: Trio of ALIEN HORRORS

    

- In the deepest, darkest depths of space -

Trio of
ALIEN HORRORS
by Tim Curran

Think Alien, Jaws, Terminator, X-Minus One, Twilight Zone, Outer Limits.. and then some!!

Tonight's stores:

"THE CITY OF FROZEN SHADOWS"
The last living man on Earth hides in a gutted city, hunted by alien exterminators.

"THE BLACK OCEAN"
Astronauts adrift in a misty alien ocean are attacked by a gigantic predator.

"GRAVEYARD"
In the deepest, darkest depths of space, the stars are cold, malevolent eyes looking across a vast graveyard of the unknown, the unnamable, and the undead. The planets are tombs and the moons haunted catacombs.


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