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Loose Chatting, 01 June 14, 2009

Filed under: Crabwoo,Jeogeot Chilbo,Jeogeot Continent,Mãebaleia Continent,Toy Avatars — baker Blinker @ 8:25 am

“It’s been a little over a month since I moved to Jeogeot, Hucka D. Quite a month of activity!”

Hucka D.:

It’s not going to slow down soon.

bb:

I think so, Hucka D. I need to switch to other projects.

Hucka D.:

Write what you need.

bb:

To the reader: this is now what I’ve figured out. Gypsy Purse was born on the Mãebaleia continent, but she moved to the Jeogeot continent when young. Her father was part of the Crabwoo project, maybe the founder. His name: Blue Feather Douglas (not to be confused with the Native American musician Douglas Blue Feather). He is a counterpart to the Blue Feather toy avatar who organized the Jonesborough community on TILE Creek. He is most likely the one who brought toy avatars to SL, don’t you think Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

It’s your story.

bb:

Ok. Continuing, then. Gypsy Purse went to school with both Grassy and Hucka D. at Chilbo, but before the present one. They both wanted to win her hand. This rivalry actually created a huge pocket of history in the toy avatar world, where they became enemies for 500 years and caused The Wilderness Battle…

Hucka D.:

Gypsy caused it, but it was not her fault.*

bb:

The Wilderness battle was the last battle of the last war between toy avatars and SL avatars. This took place directly north of Jonesborough, and south of a place called New Hope, also on the TILE Creek. The elongation of this huge chunk of added history allowed, somehow, Gene Fade, the toy avatar sometimes known as the last mossman, to come to Chilbo and win the hand of Gypsy Purse. He moved into the house that Grassy formerly occupied, but they never lived together, did they Hucka D.?

[Hucka D. does not answer.]

bb:

To continue: Gypsy Purse perhaps convinced Gene Fade at least, that her father’s plans for Chilbo were unintentionally warped in some way, and would cause an atomic explosion.

Hucka D.:

The explosion did take place. It wiped Chilbo clean off the map.

bb:

Let me move to Maebaleia, then. Karoz was born on The Moon of that continent, and not in Chilbo. His mother was Gypsy Purse, perhaps still is. Gene Fade went to the The Moon with her, her refuge from her father’s continental dreams of Crabwoo, for he was from Crabwoo.

Hucka D.:

He founded it. By the Blue Feather Sea named after him, or *formed* after him.

bb:

But it was destined to be a cursed community. I know that the Korean Channel of Jeogeot factors in here, or what Karoz use to call the Inland Sea. It was formed as a giant “E”, with the Xilted sim the portal to the next dimensional letter of “T”. This movement from E to T is the same as the formation of The Moon of Maebaleia, which I now think Gypsy Purse formed by herself as a reaction to her father’s plans for Crabwoo.

Hucka D.:

Her father, Blue Feather Douglas, accented a direct conduit between what we now know as Second Life and Earth itself through the body of water named after him. [There] was a holodeck involved. Conduit.

bb:

That’s, then, what Gypsy Purse reacted against in forming her Moon.

Hucka D.:

She knew of the Moon to Earth, yeah.

bb:

Karoz didn’t grow up in Chilbo, or at least the Chilbo we know today from the Jeogeot continent. He grew up in Crabwoo.

Hucka D.:

Yes. But he came to Chilbo later. Now.

bb:

Gypsy Purse kept him on her Moon as a youth. But he escaped to unite with his grandfather, Blue Feather Douglas, in Crabwoo.

Hucka D.:

He reacted against him as well, but not at first.

bb:

Gene Fade, after the conception of Karoz on The Moon, left what we now see as the SL grid and came back to Earth, specifically Frank Park, where the mossmen are traditionally associated with.

Hucka D.:

Correct. He left through The Arab, found on the Gel sim. Gelsomina. Powered by the Zeppelin tube. That’s important.

bb:

Made in Crabwoo, I assume.

Hucka D.:

*Taken* to Crabwoo.

bb:

Hmmm….

Hucka D.:

You need to speak about Cabron if you wish.

bb:

Cabron is where you were from, not the Victorian house much closer to present day Chilbo. That’s just a reflection. But both are on Route 10 (Cabron is considerably further away from Chilbo).

Hucka D.:

That is correct. I still live there (smiles).

bb:

That’s where you lived, with your father, when you went to school with both Grassy and Gypsy. (pause) I’m picking up something about a Sozzy Bozo, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

As you are picking up on, Karoz created the general shape of the Korean Channel, modelled around his “E”. You are just retroengineering what he already made. He made it in the Blue Feather Sea, see. To counteract the energy of Blue Feather Douglas and his Crabwoo. Gypsy’s father, and his grandfather. He opened a gallery in it, which existed in this underwater location.

bb:

The Blue Feather Gallery.

Hucka D.:

It stretched the imagination of his grandfather, who was solidly involved in Crabwoo — on a single track of mind by that time. He was involved in the holodeck of Earth. He believed that the Blue Feather Sea, likewise created by *him*, *was* the Earth. The continent was formed around this sea. And then it happened again.

bb:

Karoz formed the Jeogeot continent around the Korean Channel that he designed. Amazing.

Hucka D.:

It is only when Rubidoo is secured by Karoz that Grassy and I will be able to return. That’s what you wrote anyhow.

bb:

What’s the real story, then?

Hucka D.:

Gene Fade had a specific reason for entering virtual reality.

bb:

He wanted to create an avatar that could safely walk Granddaddy Mtn., as you said. Hmmm… grandfather again.

Hucka D.:

Karoz found Rubidoo in Crabwoo. The Bill. Bill-as-one. Ruuster. R110. That was the secret organization to establish the SL grid, and prevent the atomic explosion at Chilbo, or what we now know as Chilbo. I knew Bill as a child.

bb:

He lived next to you? — perhaps in that lighthouse?

Hucka D.:

Salty Bill. Yeah. Yes.

bb:

The sailor, as Gypsy is a, well, gypsy.

Hucka D.:

Bill is… (pause).

bb:

Here we go. Mossman? Gene Fade?

Hucka D.:

You now know what caused the rivalty between Grassy and I. Gene Fade stepped into the breach. He had a mission. Then he returned through The Arab in Gel, which is an interdimensional craft. Foreign One. 4 in 1. Finally Married. He had accomplished everything he could in virtual reality, and had to returned. He was not happy about the rapid aging here, where 8 1/2 years equal 1 year on Earth. He stayed 1 year, but never won back the lost 7 1/2 years. Grassy aged as well, but in his case it just accelerated his reincarnational cycles. He died several times while in virtual reality alone. It was quite traumatic the first time it happened, but then he just showed up again several weeks later. Back at school… back to his same desk even. I hated the bastard.

bb:

But now you are friends.

Hucka D.:

Oh yes. All that behind us.

bb:

Obviously all of this is clearing up a bit, but there’s the added complication of the time lines being mixed up.

Hucka D.:

Yes, the future is forming in the past and visa versa. Like the “E” Karoz found in the Blue Feather Sea but was actually created by him long ago.

bb:

It’s fascinating to me that the R110 group, whatever they turn out to be, seemed to have formed the Linden grid and not the Lindens themselves.

Hucka D.:

They merely found it.

bb:

Mossman, or Gene Fade, was not a Mossman when he impregnated Gypsy Purse, was he?

Hucka D.:

No. He was a sailor. The Arab. Foreign One.

bb:

Bill… right?

[Hucka D. does not answer.]

*****

* 11/10/09: Question: was Gypsy possibly a shape shifter? (appearing to Hucka D. as something like Hurla Dontbee, and to Grassy something like a female Mmmmmm? — quasi Pleasure GELF, then?)

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2 Responses to “Loose Chatting, 01”

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