Hey, I know a lot of us have been crawling around the library lately, but we don't have a digital archive for our findings so far.atruephilosopher:
So I thought I'd set up a blog anyone can comment to. atruephilosopher:
It's at FHResearch.blogtheworld.net
. I'll set up a mirror in case our servers get eaten.
[[ feel free to tweet back, or respond to the post, and also feel free to make things messy. make up what you wish! as long as it doesn't mention the Nothing specifically, it's cool. ]]
Gathering our clues
This blog is meant as an archive of all the research we've done about the current crisis so far. If you've spent time in the library, or if you've gathered information by other means, please comment to this post. If any of the information provided here brings anything else to mind that might be useful, also please post this.
Do: Mention book title and category in the library.
Describe your information as thoroughly as possible.
Mention any other potential leads other researchers can follow.
Establish whether you're using a magic or a technological resource.
Ping to each other's results with any insight you might have.
Don't: Troll this blog.
Interfere in threads without adding anything to the discussion.
Start flame wars.
Format: NAME OF BOOK OR RESEARCH / TYPE OF BOOK OR RESOURCE / SHORT SUMMARY WITH RELEVANT POINTS / POSSIBLE OTHER AVENUES OF RESEARCH / OPTIONAL: EXTENSIVE DESCRIPTION.
Conjuring and Vanishing / Book; found in the magic section / Chapter six holds a short description of a ritual used to remove objects from existence. / We think this spell might have been used in conjunction with amnesia spells to achieve the kind of effect we're seeing here. However, the spell would have had to be made much more powerful. / This spell requires a single caster, an eye of newt, three pitchers of pig's blood and a ritual that involves calling upon a trickster goddess of some sort. This can remove one item from existence. Provided that's enough pig's blood.