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Wander has just opened its very own Open Roleplay! No longer restricted by the same partners, join our world of magic vs machine. Three cities, over 270 boards to post in, and a unique plot.

Our plot, our politics, our brand spankin’ new ORP.

The year is 2120. Magic is embraced by two of our three cities: Silverhill, our capitol; and Ashwick, our town in need. Glenmont has banned the use of magic due to its powerful consequences of miss-use, but Silverhill has opened an academy to strengthen the use of harnessing magic through gadgets.

Chance has a funky way of rocking the boat. Every so often, the News reports about a strange happening—could be anything from an assassination to a hurricane, that affects Oscilla. The best part? You have a say in what could happen—you could even end up in the news!

Come check us out and give us a chance!

The most merciful thing in the word...

is the inability of the human mind to correlate all of it’s contents.

H.P. Lovecraft

Since I’ve become more accustom to my medication and the fact that I am bipolar and have bpd I’ve been remembering things once lost due to forcing myself. even subconsciously, to forget. Things for the most part seem hazy and foggy as far as a lot of my memories go. I don’t really have anything resembling a timeline in my head. If anything it’s like the Lost Woods in The Legend of Zelda. I can usually find what I’m looking for, but sometime I just get lost in my own thoughts because the memory just isn’t quite there. I’ve been getting almost glimpses and feelings of deja vu as things come to the top of my head as I constantly sift through the usual racing thoughts. It’s tiring, and emotionally exhausting; all the while helping me come to grips with who I am. 

I’m just thankful it hasn’t hit me all at once. It’s easiest to deal with it this way so far.

Bottom Note:  My lovely and vertically challenged girlfriend Agent H recommended a book called “I hate you, don’t leave me” which talks about what it’s like to live with people with BPD or how to live with it and goes over the history of it’s naming and what symptoms envelope to be Borderline Personality Disorder.

Photo brought to you by our wonderful member, Laura.

We see you there, wanderer: you poet, you writer, you artist. Please, stop and stay a while. Speak freely and be heard. Accept and be accepted. Share your craft with people who share your passion. Dare to dream and dare to live, because not all those who wander are lost.

We offer pair and group RP of any genre, critique groups, contests, spirit months, a chat box, blogging opportunities, games, controlled controversial topic discussions, a book club, and of course boards for every category needed to share your craft.

Won’t you give us a chance?