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Miroir de la Mère

Miroir de la Mère was cut from Val Royeaux in 8:49 Blessed. It was the will of the mad Emperor Reville, who demanded a reflecting pool large enough to draw his vain deceased mother back across the Veil. Many shops and vendors were evicted to make room for his folly, and several memorials to the heroes of the first four Blights were simply toppled. The reservoir supports little in the way of life, as the bottom was lined with lead to increase its reflective properties. Reville intended it for divination, using boats as massive planchettes, but work was not finished until the week of his own death. The waters see little use today, save for lazy—or fornication—sojourns by the nobility aboard decorative gondolas.

—Excerpted and torn from A Disposable Walking Tour of the Capital by Philliam, a Bard!

  • Val: Sometimes I feel like the whole adult world is against youth culture!
  • Daria Morgendorffer: Except the adults making a nice, fat living off of it.
  • Val: What do you mean?
  • Daria Morgendorffer: What do YOU mean? What do you mean pushing yourself as some kind of role model when all you care about it how you look and what celebrities you know? Aren't teenage girls screwed up enough without you foisting your shallow values on them and making their lousy self images even worse?
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Harry Styles’ Ultimate Mixtape for Another Man.   The Autumn/Winter 2016 issue of Another Man offers an unparalleled insight into the secret world of Harry Styles – including this dedicated cassette compilation, which features his all-time top ten favourite tracks. Press play on the likes of Elvis Presley, Pink Floyd, Crosby, Stills & Nash and more.                                                                                                                                                                               2. Elvis Presley – Can’t Help Falling in Love

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Free folk and kneelers are more alike than not.

Alys Karstark and Val + parallels (requested by anonymous)