Welcome to my profile page:
Here are some thoughts for you:
- Winnie The Pooh and Jack The Ripper both have the same middle name. Coincidence? I think not.
- The Force Awakens was a poorly written fanfiction based off of Episode IV with a pair of Mary Sue main characters (Rey and Poe). It's author, J. J. (Jar-Jar) Abrams, should have never been allowed near the Star Wars universe again, but he directed direct Episode IX which was somehow even worse. Ugh.
I joined this wiki site because I decided to write a fanfic set in the Dishonored universe and wanted some background info.
I was more than pleasantly surprised, however, to find not only an extensive wiki of a great game, but a group of intelligent and dedicated fans that continue to improve upon it daily. If I can perchance contribute in any way, I will humbly do so.
I've also been asked a couple of times what my profile name means.
Oh, I'm not going to tell you what it means, I was just letting you know I've been asked.
Anyway, that's it. Thanks!
Here's a link to my FF profile if you want to check it out:
Here is a map I use for reference for my fics. Click on it for better detail.
Note: it is NOT considered canon.
Here are my Dishonored fics, and their basic summaries:
An Assassin's Tale
The tale of Larothe Tristaine, a disowned scion of the aristocracy of Dunwall, who finds a new life among the Whalers... the hidden and supernaturally enhanced Assassins of Daud, the Knife of Dunwall. Includes characters and themes from the DLCs. Rated T, but may go to M - OC, Whalers, Billie Lurk, Daud
A decorated Naval Officer, a bookish scribe, an ostracized ex-Overseer, a streetwise Morlish girl, a brutal thug, a mysterious Tyvian sharpshooter, a brilliant female doctor; they are the Undertakers, aiding the desperate when others cannot. For their services they ask one thing: a single Favor. (OC-story: possible pairings. Rated M for violence, some gore, slight adult situations)
My Favorite Characters
- Larothe Tristaine
- Billie Lurk
- James Dartley
- Albert Tuddleston
- Ademar Creed
- Vivianna Grey
- Erin Brannigan
- Etiennette Mersel
- The Tyvian
- Rollo Septner
- Otto Hieg
- Adrienne Deschamps
- Anselm Thave
- Constance Dartley
- William Averling
My Favorite Pages
- Dishonored Roleplaying Game
- Teague Martin
- Billie Lurk - one of my fave characters
- Category:Minor Characters - cuz they're awesome
- Martha Cottings - another of my fave characters
- Daud's Journal: Billie Lurk - good sense of how Daud's powers vary amongst the Whalers
- Streets of Dunwall - good fanfic lore
- Streets of Karnaca - additional lore
- Businesses - good fanfic lore
- Timeline - good fanfic lore
- Calendar - good fanfic lore
- Empire of the Isles - good fanfic lore, and now with improved mappage!
- Old Widows' Recipes - good fanfic lore
- Dishonored 2 Concept art: here
- Ox's Dialogue Collection - very good source for anyone writing fanfiction; shows off a lot of how dialogue is presented in the game universe.
- The Heart/Quotes
- Rumors and Sightings: Daud
- Field Survey Notes: the Royal Spy
- Dishonored: The Wyrmwood Deceit - good story and artwork; I highly recommend
- User blog:Stormwell/Tresh Street Runners
- User blog:Stormwell/Dunwall Locations
- User blog:Pauolo/Missing texts and unused content
- Summon Assassin/Names - assassin names and power levels
- This AWESOME comment right here: http://dishonored.wikia.com/wiki/Clockwork_Soldiers#comm-62185
- Sanboxy stuph - Curnow Clan
- Easier to read Dunwall
Geist originally came to the wiki as an assassin. Unfortunately, after an accident involving the Blink and Wall of Light pages, he/she developed a case of amnesia, causing him/her to completely forget his/her identity, assassination target, and gender. Essie Essex (talk) 17:45, September 16, 2013 (UTC)
Geist uses his name as a disguise for the fact that he truly is a vampire, wandering through the night and feeding on the sweet, elixir-containing blood of the Dunwall nobility. PikovajaDama (talk) 08:19, September 22, 2013 (UTC)
Geist bribes his fellows in payments of magical chocolate santas so they will do his bidding. The only way to ward against his powers is by dancing to Jessie J's "Wild." The catch is you must also have had a grapefruit somehow integrated into your circulatory system or else the ritual will fail. ResplendentCaballer (talk) 06:00, December 27, 2013 (UTC)
Geist's night job involves selling a certain Pandyssian substance which he has developed an addiction to. He has managed to overcome this addiction after the Bakers' District Massacre. TheSweeper (talk) 23:17, April 29, 2014 (UTC)
Geist is a rare form of spirit that is half poltergeist and half ondageist. He haunts the wikia looking for opportunities to unleash either side of his conflicting nature. DrTeatime (talk) 06:09, December 1, 2015 (UTC)
Unbeknownst to most, Geist was in fact an 18th century woodsman who died exactly on the spot where the Wikia servers are now located. His ghost continues to inhabit the ephemeral digital cloud of hopeless Wikia fandom nerds, their infectious auras of lore obsessiveness now having imprinted themselves onto his very being. The Dark-Eyed One (talk) 04:58, December 24, 2016 (UTC)