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Razi'el
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PostSubject: The City - Reconstruction and Remembrance   Sun May 18, 2014 12:54 am

I just decided that perhaps it would be helpful if the lot of us put together could sort of mentally reconstruct the city we came from, and for lack of a better or definite name, i'm calling it Eden.

What i remember of it was that it was built at the eastern side of a sort of mesa, which sort of rose out of the land around us. i might be replacing some other structure with a natural landmass, as it does seem very out of place to me. but on top of that platform was a vast garden, lush and green despite the desert i remember surrounding the city.

that was where our central hall was, to my mind, built into -or perhaps leading into- this larger structure. to the north of that, along the same side of the structure, i believe rested my library. It, too, could have been built into the larger structure, but to what degree i'm not certain. just outside of that, i remember there was a large plaza, with a very large fountain, and beyond that stretched the city itself.

there were a couple of places i remembered as well, but i don't recall their exact locations. the most prominent of these was a sort of old arabic styled bath house, and that was a particular favorite of mine.


with these in mind, does anyone know of anywhere else in particular that resided in the city, and where it may have been in relation to these landmarks?
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PostSubject: Re: The City - Reconstruction and Remembrance   Wed Jun 04, 2014 3:55 am

I love this post! :3

I agree with you on everything you wrote, Raz. That all sounds right to me.
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PostSubject: Re: The City - Reconstruction and Remembrance   Sat Jun 07, 2014 3:25 am

do you have anything to add? any special places you visited in particular? i'm eager to sort of... well, put the pieces together on this one, lol.

i think it would be cool to sort out what the city's layout was actually like, based one landmarks and such. the only thing i can really say is that a lot of it seemed to be made of alabaster or pale sandstone of somekind, maybe some sort of mud brick. i just remember it turned deep gold at sunset and reminded me of the banks of big cumulus clouds.
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PostSubject: Re: The City - Reconstruction and Remembrance   Tue Jun 10, 2014 10:20 pm

i think maybe to the south, there was a sort of lake, or oasis of some sort. some body of water that made this particular spot habitable.
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PostSubject: Re: The City - Reconstruction and Remembrance   Mon Jun 16, 2014 1:26 pm

Raz, would you be able to sketch out a rough picture of where things are in relation to each other? My mind is more visual and that may help me add or remember things.
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PostSubject: Re: The City - Reconstruction and Remembrance   Mon Jun 16, 2014 7:34 pm

Ari'el wrote:
Raz, would you be able to sketch out a rough picture of where things are in relation to each other? My mind is more visual and that may help me add or remember things.

Same here. It would be much appreciated. Heh~

~Meti'ne
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PostSubject: Re: The City - Reconstruction and Remembrance   Wed Sep 24, 2014 2:12 am

Razi'el,

You're talking about ancient Egypt, and the Great Pyramid.  The Great Pyramid is the geographical reflection of the earth, and it was the central hub for ascension.  I'm still researching the importance of the stones used back then, but I know it was chosen for a reason.  So many wars have erased the history of this planet that it is difficult to find solid evidence.  There's no doubt in my mind, what you are describing is the Egyptian dynasty.
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