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Delmar Tramontane

aka Delmar Tramontane

  • I live in Virginia
  • I was born on December 7
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  • Gloria Marie Valdez has invited you to accept their Calling Card. Do so, and they'll become an Acquaintance.

    "Curiously, the marked envelope containing the card had a small sequence of numbers on it. Can you crack the code? Seems simple enough. 433432154423243322 4415424224123115 2443 2234243322 44234234452223 442315 35344344 342121241315 3334 333444 113131 442315 43352414154243 5215 113131 25333452 1112344544 4423344315 3254 43344542131543 23115115 2433213442321514 3215 44231144 4423154215 2443 11 13114214 3111131514 2433 21114411313154 243343113315 141513152444 121552114215 442315 35344344 342121241315 1215 52114254 3421 54344542 3215434311221543 43441154 43112115"

    Delmar, I've been assaulted by this hooligan Miss Gloria Marie Valdez and her savage sequence of numbers!

    Help me solve this cipher and I'll bequeath you a sack of rats for your birthday. Fresh and wriggling or dead and sagging. Your choice.

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    • Indeed, the postal system has been cast under a sinister shadow recently. And I'm not referring to the usual medley of boxed Starveling Cats and sorrow-spiders. I believe we should raid the premises of one known as "Alexander Feld" to gather some key material.

      Once we know who (or what) we're dealing with, we should warn the rest of the city -- no, the entire Neath! To the printing presses!

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    • A raid is definitely in order. I would be delighted to warn the entirety of the Neath of this terrible thing, but my skills are a bit rusty since the St Destin thing. I will do my best, and you shall do much better. :)

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  • Connected: The Masters of the Bazaar should get an update to its level names. At levels 12-15, it still says "There May be Indiscretions"?

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  • Are you still looking for a dancing partner, Delmar? And by "dancing", I mean "yowling and swiping our claws at each other like alley cats". Mithross was -- haha -- kind enough to oblige my Seeker alt yesterday. I'll oblige you in turn if you're interested. I'll build back my menaces in the meantime.

    I swear, each time I play a new SMEN action, my face is -_- because I chose to do it to myself. *sigh@self*

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    • Ex-Seeker souls taste like gin and the River! The infernal sommelier says as much on an infernal item conversion.

      "(I envision it encrusted and sealed with frozen lacre.)"


      IT IS NORTH UNDER GRANITE

      so probably under a mountain, if anywhere.

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    • Gin? That Sommelier guy is such a joker! Which River? The Stolen the one or the Hungry one? :-[ @memory of latter River swallowing my Iron Tokens.

      Another mountain?? Jeez, the Neath spawns mountains like Seekers spawn wounds. Anyway, yes, the well is granite. Over and inside it, though, I still imagine frozen lacre. My thoughts are inspired by the Sunless Sea image of a northern icecap emblazoned with a gigantic Correspondence sigil:
      http://sunlessseagame.com/media/
      The "Far North" screenshot. And, hey, look at the background of the Haunted Commander concept art. Clouds...or floating stations of ice?

      "I wonder if we'll be able to explore the well and what lies beyond to some extent, like through a vision or a memory."

      At that stage, we'll probably be unable to tell the difference between memory, dream, reality, Self and Other. We should walk as the Eaten One in a full flashback of the feast at the least.

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  • You know the Bishop and his fixation on snakes... The rewards must be based on his mood. You "succeed" and he's annoyed. You "fail" (because some jerk shot your seal-bat offspring in the face) and he's ecstatic.

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  • LOL! Scolded!

    ...Well? Are you?

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    • I had a good laugh when I saw that! And yes, I'm proud of how far I've come thus far. I think it'll be a shame when something unfortunate happens that prevents me from reaching the end of the search. Or at least I assume something will come up that is a one-shot chance to progress.

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    • Congrats for disgracing yourself this far! ;)

      "Or at least I assume something will come up that is a one-shot chance to progress."

      That sounds quite possible. Currently, I envision only 1-3 people reaching The End. I fervently pray those people share their results with us when the time comes.

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    • I hope so as well. I'll definitely be sharing if I'm one of the lucky ones who reach the end (though I suspect it'd be 7 if it's such a low number to make it).

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  • The f-ck... It's like everyone else mastered the construction of Tables overnight! O_O

    But, yeah, the table looks good. :)

    As an afterthought...it would look great, though, if all the items' cells were of the same height. For instance, Bottled Oblivion is 200% taller than most of the others. Is there something you can do to widen the cell so that all its stats fit on one line like Kifers? Or maybe shrink the font of the stats so they can be accomodated in a shorter cell? If not, then just leave it alone. It already looks quite nice.

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    • "Yeah, the wiki doesn't like to keep convenient empty spaces for some reason."

      Indeed. I am much aggrieved that the wiki can't read my mind!

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    • Mind reading wikis would be both terrifying and incredibly convenient.

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  • Wonderful! I'm glad people won't have to sell their Overgoats -- or Bazaar forbid Hesperidean Cider -- to discover the unique flavor text.

    Too bad we can't use the same trick for buying 0 items. All it tells me is "0 pence spent!"

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    • Ah, okay. I figured they would close that loophole eventually.

      Now we'll have to do things the hard way -- the honest way! :-[

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    • This still works, but as it deletes the 0 a quick moment after it's in place, you simply have to hold down the 0 button as to provide a continuous flow of 0s and click Sell at the same time.

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  • Hiya! Thanks for adding the new vicar-related pages.

    I want to confirm your changes before I start deleting some pages:

    http://fallenlondon.wikia.com/index.php?title=The_Loquacious_Vicar%27s_Great_Work&diff=52084&oldid=52078

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    • Correct, I renamed the page to The Loquacious Vicar's Great Work as well as the action option pages.

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    • All righty, I'll delete the old option pages. They were left behind as redirect pages, so I'll tidy up.

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  • So am I!

    Want to pass invitations back and forth for a while till you have enough?

    I'll be in out and of Heists for the next few weeks, so please don't think I've skipped out of town. My being in a Heist might prevent me (Zeedee) from showing up in your dropdown list of contacts, but within the next 2 hours, I'll probably have completed the Heist. (As I type, I'm pulling one right now. I'm likely to finish in an hour once my actions fully refresh.)

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    • You're welcome! It was fun. Thanks for being my partner.

      Lurking in shady corners is surely one of the most noble of pursuits, and I'm glad I was able to hone such skill.

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    • I had fun as well. And most definitely! You can see and learn the most interesting things through this activity. Or possibly just some drunks. Depends on how the night is feeling.

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  • Hi, welcome to Fallen London Wiki! Thanks for your edit to the The clingy octogenarian page.

    Please leave me a message if I can help with anything!

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