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Cooke’s Bank

The most famous ruin in Rhyolite, or anywhere in Rhyoleind, may well be what is usually called Cook's Banke. It was probably the most important building in Rhyolite, though it was not a bank in the sense of a place where you deposit money, but a holding vault for the Rhyolite mined from the surrounding mountains. It was named for the geologist who first figured out how to extract the Rhyolite from the surrounding rocks.



Amory Frontage and the Parisian Diaspora

 

Amory Frontage was the founder of virtually all the Parises of what we call North America. His story is best experienced at the Kcymaerxthaere Historical Site known as Embassy Row of the Parisian Diaspora.


Cooke’s Bank

 

The most famous ruin in Rhyolite, or anywhere in Rhyoleind, may well be what is usually called Cook's Banke. It was probably the most important building in Rhyolite, though it was not a bank in the sense of a place where you deposit money, but a holding vault for the Rhyolite mined from the surrounding mountains. It was named for the geologist who first figured out how to extract the Rhyolite from the surrounding rocks.


Kcymaerxthaere Mysterious Postcards

 

Snail mail from around the world.
The stories of Kcymaerxthaere.
The chance to solve a delightfully diabolically difficult puzzle!


Kirguellin

 

Kmpass is the Urgend God of Directionality--the one who is always trying to make the world too simple. He lives in the Faltese, the underwater desert off the coast of what we call Namibia--where the ocean floor is so hot the water has boiled away leaving only a thin layer at the surface. And Kirguellin is determined to thwart his plans


The Eqlmundi Kirwela of Culev Larsze

 

An Eqlmundi Kirwela is a Tower of Wisdom and the sometimes too clever Culev Larsze had a vision of an exceptional one . . .


The Story of Eliala Mei-Ning

 

Eliala Mei-Ning was a woman whose voice was too beautiful to be concealed--it was so beautiful that even if you had never heard her voice before, when you heard it, you knew it could only be her. And one day she was a witness . . .


The Story of the Jihn Wranglikans

 

Most visitors to the Joshua Tree area eventually notice the many small cabins dotting the desert landscape. The vast majority of these were built after the Civil War to hold people the government considered to be heretics and refused to repatriate to their rump homeland of Satgun. These eventually became known as homesteadler cabins after the young women (the homesteadlers) who often ended up taking care of and even starting families with those confined to these dwellings.


The Tehachapi

 

The Tehachapi were the great road-building culture of Kcymaerxthaere. At one moment in their past, they were too greedy and picked what they thought would be an easy fight.