March 29th, 2006
|11:22 am - Notes from Creating Magical Entities workshop|
There's plenty of interest, so here's what I handed out last night:
Warning: remember that we chaotes aren't afriad to talk about bodily fluids . . .
- A simplified handout including all the notes I was working from last night but none of the additional reading,
- and my modified worksheet, separated out from the main document, that clarifies the process somewhat.
Current Mood: amused
Current Music: "Christmas in the Caribbean", -JB
Thanks so much for this. It appears it could be very useful. I am glad you shared the handout and worksheet for those of us that couldn't drive that far ;-)
Np. I'm more than happy to. It's fun stuff, and the more good information that gets around out there, the better off we all are :)
|Date:||March 29th, 2006 05:00 pm (UTC)|| |
Thanks SO much for the expiration warning.
There's nothing worse than a half-assed magician who leaves a bunch of jacked up, expired servitors in their wake. Makes me cranky when I have to clean up other people's toys.
I think that alot of people just assume that when they are done with something, it automatically knows that and goes away all by its self.
and they we have all these servitors running around like little crack fiends looking for their next hit, and god help us all when they find an easy target.
|Date:||March 29th, 2006 05:47 pm (UTC)|| |
Meh. They're relatively easy to put down.
It's just, you know, no FUN. And sort of annoying, when you stop to think on it, that people are so inconsiderate.
Oh, it could be fun. I'm seeing a take-off of Ghost Busters, personally :)
|Date:||March 29th, 2006 10:53 pm (UTC)|| |
Oh, okay. You caught me. Young, stupid, college kid... we did the GhostBusters thing for awhile. Not for pay, just for kicks.
Then something bit a friend, right here on campus. He never got better, and it stopped being fun. But that's another story, entirely.
|Date:||April 2nd, 2006 07:21 pm (UTC)|| |
How many people attended this class? I'm curious. We are discussing this at our local Magician Guild chapter today.
I was thinking that with Rún Valdr, you could tie the servitor directly to, say the sun, for an energy source so that it wouldn't have to suck it from people. It would, in effect, be self powered.