History WMG / FallenLondon

14th Oct '17 1:19:30 AM LordNorjam
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[[spoiler:They're Aliens from Axile.]]
14th Oct '17 12:57:32 AM LordNorjam
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* That would work if [[spoiler:The Masters weren't space bats]].
25th Aug '17 12:16:34 AM ABE.Crudele
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16th Aug '17 8:58:50 AM MrUnderhill
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* The Working Man's Friend is mentioned by name in the 2017 Mysteries Tab, which indicates that this theory is on the right track, if not yet confirmed.

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* The Working Man's Friend is mentioned by name in the 2017 Mysteries Tab, which indicates that this theory is on the right track, if not yet just shy of confirmed.
16th Aug '17 8:54:58 AM MrUnderhill
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* The Working Man's Friend is mentioned by name in the 2017 Mysteries Tab, which indicates that this theory is on the right track, if not confirmed.

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* The Working Man's Friend is mentioned by name in the 2017 Mysteries Tab, which indicates that this theory is on the right track, if not yet confirmed.
16th Aug '17 8:54:14 AM MrUnderhill
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* The Working Man's Friend is mentioned by name in the 2017 Mysteries Tab, which indicates that this theory is on the right track, if not confirmed.
5th Aug '17 11:00:33 AM incerteza
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** Also the new Heart's Desire content reveals that [[spoiler: the Manager of the Royal Bethlehem Hotel was the King of the First City, and that he made a similar deal when his lover, who is now the King with a Hundred Hearts, was dying of fits.]]. So yes, it seems that all the cities were sold in exchange for a lover's life.

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** Also the new Heart's Desire content reveals that [[spoiler: the Manager of the Royal Bethlehem Hotel was the King of the First City, and that he made a similar deal when his lover, who is now the King with a Hundred Hearts, was dying of fits.]]. So yes, it It seems that all the cities except the Third one (sold for a God-Eater status) were sold in exchange for a lover's life.
27th Jul '17 8:33:08 AM GoblinCipher
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There's the whole Seeking the Name quest, The Traitor Empress's name is forbidden, as are the old names for London's streets, the London Magazine was forced to change it's name.

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There's the whole Seeking the Name quest, The Traitor Empress's name is forbidden, as are the old names for London's streets, the London Magazine was forced to change it's its name.




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* Historical characters who don't use an alias, like Dr. [[spoiler: Sigismund]] Schlomo [[spoiler: Freud]] and [[spoiler: Charles]] John Huffam [[spoiler: Dickens]], still tend to go by their unfamiliar middle names rather than their well-known ones. There may be something to this.
27th Apr '17 11:09:28 PM GoblinCipher
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* It's certainly possible that he's immortal ''now,'' but Dr. Schlomo is a real historical figure born on May 6, 1856 in the Czech Republic.




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* [[spoiler: Giving up Seeking at the very, very last possible moment]] gives you a unique (and not just cosmetic) reward. Still not worth it!
11th Apr '17 2:53:35 AM GoblinCipher
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[[WMG: The end of Seeking Mr. Eaten's Name will simply send you back to the start of the quest.]]
They repeatedly warn you that the quest will bring you no reward. It would be very appropriate if there wasn't even a CosmeticAward for it, only an infinite loop of misery.
* The specifics are still a well-guarded secret, but the one thing we do know is that [[spoiler: it bricks your account.]]



[[WMG: The end of Seeking Mr. Eaten's Name will simply send you back to the start of the quest.]]
They repeatedly warn you that the quest will bring you no reward. It would be very appropriate if there wasn't even a CosmeticAward for it, only an infinite loop of misery.
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