So this is a space to talk to everyone here, right?
Is anyone out there from Germany or Amestris?
Does anybody have a tally going of how many worlds people have come in from?
Has anybody charted out whether some worlds are alike to others or share historical events?
Does this city have a library or university?
Is there a hall or records?
Where can I research the history of Pai Xao?
Is there anyone who knows anything about inter-world travel?
Is there any continuity between the worlds people are coming from and the gate they came through?
I would appreciate having any of these questions answered, thank you.
 
 
28 July 2007 @ 03:30 pm
A heartfelt hello to all those I have not yet met. This seems to be quite a wondrous city, though it does have its downfalls.

Could someone perhaps direct me in the direction of an ancient green person, probably with wispy white hair and a peculiar stick, wearing tan robes? His name is Yoda, and I need to find him quickly. Do not ask me to explain how, but I know that he is here.

I see from previous posts to this message board that I have arrived in a somewhat turbulent time, and that repetitive questions seem to be ill advised. With that in mind, I would like to ask someone to give me a brief outline of what is going on in the city. I have read the posts that I can access, and I must say that there are a great many things which do not add up.

Also, I am traveling in the company of a young man who calls himself Alphonse, who is looking for his brother, Edward. Any information relative to this would also be greatly appreciated.
 
 
08 July 2007 @ 10:48 pm
Attention, citizens and guests of Paixao:

Despite the recent string of unfortunate events, please let me assure you that Paixao is a peaceful place. Our citizens are making every accomodation possible for you, our guests. Apartments are being emptied, and soon you will be allowed to apply for them. We are making further expansions to our schools so that all of those eligible can attend.

Paixao is a land of tradition, however. It is hard to believe that we are almost upon our centennial year. Our founders did not expect much when they set foot on this island, expecting only to live in isolationist peace. But we have had our highs and lows, our periods of economic growth and bustling trade, and it is due to all this that Paixao is what it is today, and can accomplish all these things. We must never forget that.

Therefore, it is my pleasure as mayor to invite you to our 95th Annual Foundation Day Festival. Admission, food, games and entertainment are complimentary, and catering will be generously provided by the Ersesat Company. However, because of this, I must ask everyone who plans to be there to RSVP in this post, so that our caterers will know how much food to prepare.

Though most of the fair is free of charge to everyone, this year we will also be holding a paid raffle, to help raise funding for our research into offworld transportation. The winner will receive his or her choice of prizes, the nature of which will be given in more detail at the event itself.

The festivities begin at the Jogo da Crianca Fairgrounds in three days' time, and I am also planning to attend. I hope to see all of you there.

Thank you,

The Mayor of Paixao
 
 
22 January 2007 @ 12:16 am
I'm looking for a mechanic or an engineer who can help out my brother and I.  I'm not exactly sure what we can do for payment, but we would be willing to work out a deal of some kind.

So if you are one -or know of one- please let us know?

~Alphonse Elric
 
 
Current Mood: curious
 
 
11 October 2006 @ 10:23 pm
My name is Alphonse Elric, and I am looking for my older brother Edward.

Ed, if you see this. Please let me know you're alright?
 
 
Current Mood: lonely