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Entry 1: The Amazing Idiosyncrasies of the Human*erases* Babbage Mind

Entry 1, recorded sometime after nearly surviving being offed by a Redheadist at the rather enjoyable location known as the Gangplank.

Subject: New Babbage, New Minds.
Question: Are they all vicious little creatures?


Since my arrival to New Babbage I have encountered many different mindsets, the busy mind, the perverse mind, the destructive, the dingy mind, and the over-analytical mind. All of them…have been nothing short of pleasant to discuss and draw out these characteristics slowly and jot down my little findings in this leather tome. However, I think that even I may have bitten off more than I can chew but a good shot of whiskey can make anything flavorless when swallowed. I know that my work, patience, and intelligence will be put to the test when dealing with the various female population…and it is with great concern I ask myself this question…


Why…because I feel…it is what I owe Rebecca…I owe it to her…to try and assist women in their most complex times of life and give them the gateway that I failed her. Surely I can and will succeed in at least helping one lost mind here in New Babbage…or this is the city that will kill me for trying.

Subject #1: A small, yet spitfire of a thing belonging to a family of scientist and builders. I will call her Subject B. Subject B seems to be very found of intellecual conversations but very prudish when it comes to matters of the body. I like that…but I feel that there is a deeper depth in Subject N’s mind than the airs she puts on. I wish to test Subject B’s limitations as thoroughly as possible, however I am sure that will have to happen out of the attentions of Subject B’s boarish mate.

Subject #2: Another very outstandingly difficult creature of the mind. I shall call her Subject R. She seems like a woman that has been scorned enough to put on a tough routine to keep any potential intersted persons at bay. By interested persons, I do mean anyone that has two legs with an extra appendage in between. Though I’m not saying that Subject R’s defense mechanisms aren’t without cause…but the cause is what I wish to discover what has turned the hope of complete elegance in an aristocratic manner, into something that would spit at you with such venom that a viper would seem a kitten in your arms compared to her.

Subject #3: A young lady that has given me hope of intelligence conversation…then she opened her purple painted mouth…


Alas, I must rest my hand a bit, it hurts me. Entry closed.



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  1. Sky Netizen Sky Netizen August 23, 2010

    *grins* Correction, sir….blondist. And I’ll be sure to have a few replacement pencils in hand next time we meet.

    • Aiden Martiel Aiden Martiel August 23, 2010

      *flails his arms then covers his face* Don’t eat me! Oh!!…Pencils…yes…I concur.

      • Sky Netizen Sky Netizen August 23, 2010

        *chuckles* Oh settle down. You know as well as I that you provoked me….practically dared me to prove I could “bark”. Then I do so and immediately get judged as a monster? Lovely…

        • Bookworm Hienrichs Bookworm Hienrichs August 23, 2010

          I wondered if it might be something like that. *grin*

          • Sky Netizen Sky Netizen August 23, 2010

            Ah ha! See? Book can attest that I am a (mostly) calm soul. *smiles innocently*

            • Jedburgh30 Dagger Jedburgh30 Dagger August 23, 2010

              compared to whom?


              oh wait.  Yes, Sky is calm.  Very calm.

        • Aiden Martiel Aiden Martiel August 24, 2010

          Innocent until proven guilty, and how would -you- know that any of this spoke of you less you felt a hint of guilt in the back of your mind. Hmmm? Hmmmm?


          As for monster my dear woman…*grins darkly* I’ve seen monsters…and I’ve seen…potential monsters. You don’t fit either.

  2. Gabriell Anatra Gabriell Anatra August 23, 2010

    Hm. . I’ve a rough idea who #1 and #2 are, but #3 escapes me. As for the question, yes, we’re all quite vicious, as befits humanity. Not especially vicious though, just enough to adapt sufficiently.

    • Aiden Martiel Aiden Martiel August 24, 2010

      Thank you for your input Ms. Anatra! It was a refreshing read.

  3. Scottie Melnik Scottie Melnik August 23, 2010

    A boarish mate? I didn’t know there were any men in Babbage that could be called such. However this guy you speak of sounds like a real jerk. I wish you luck on avoiding him, sir!

    • Aiden Martiel Aiden Martiel August 24, 2010

      Sadly, one of my subjects -is- tied at the hip to said mate…alas..I’m sure he’ll move along shortly.

  4. Bianca Namori Bianca Namori August 24, 2010

    This…is going to be interesting.

    • Aiden Martiel Aiden Martiel August 24, 2010

      You have no idea my dear…

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