Notes, scribbles, and commentary, along with short guides to surviving in the wilds of the Midlands, chronicling the adventures of Iosha Revelk and Eddie Finch.

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  • Note 2: The Anomalous Aura
    (editor’s note: This is a continuation of Iosha’s previous note as it had become very long) The pleasantness of the Flower Festival was only darkened somewhat by our own apprehension at the events. Readers, should you find yourself blessed with the chance to experience this festival, I might suggest that you take precautions when attending. Very little of the customs of the festival are explained to outsiders of Taigon Falls. At least, that was our experience. Eddie and I were not given much information at all about what was happening here. When people eat of the food at the tables, they ...

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  • Note 1: The Flower Festival
    Foreword Welcome to Book Two of the Midlands Field Guide.  If you have not yet read Book One, do not despair! This field guide can be read solo with very little overlap between it and the first book in this series. For those of you who have read the first book, the material will be presented to you in much of the same pattern. For any new readers, you may find the style of this book strange or perhaps off-putting. That is intentional. This is a field guide of my own personal experiences while traveling as a pilgrim in the Midlands. You ...
  • Note 2: The Anomalous Aura
    (editor’s note: This is a continuation of Iosha’s previous note as it had become very long) The pleasantness of the Flower Festival was only darkened somewhat by our own apprehension at the events. Readers, should you find yourself blessed with the chance to experience this festival, I might suggest that you take precautions when attending. Very little of the customs of the festival are explained to outsiders of Taigon Falls. At least, that was our experience. Eddie and I were not given much information at all about what was happening here. When people eat of the food at the tables, they ...