Pietmond History (New Pietmond History?)

Thinking of writing the above (title of post). Background must be in Jeogeot explorations from May 2009 to October 2010, or the year and a half immediately before the official start of the Pietmond village (incorporation) in mid-October 2010. In this history, of course, we must also include Teepot, which we will attempt to prove is just another form of Pietmond on the “opposite” side of the Jeogeot continent. In this way, it is the only true sister city to Pietmond, a twin city really. Also include several fragment villages of Pietmond, including Lakeview and Crabwoo (after the demise of original Pietmond, which lasted the longest so far), and then also Norum Center, 7 Stones, Boris, and Carcass-1, none of which lasted more than about a month. Actually I believe Carcass-1 lasted 2 months, but with not much activity the second month. Likewise New Pietmond has entered its second month of existence, and I predict the building there will slow down as well — running out of prims, ya know. So this is a pretty big project, this New Pietmond history compilation.

Hucka D.:

Keep reading.

bb:

Thanks, Hucka D. So we’ll start with pre-Pietmond Jeogeot, move to Sep-April 2010-2011 Pietmond, the main phase, and then August-Feb. or early March 2011-2012 Pietmond, which will include Teepot, with an explanation that Teepot is the same as Pietmond. Like original Pietmond splintered off into the 2 separate communities of Crabwoo (religious center) and Lakeview (art center), so 2nd stage Pietmond, which started off as Teepot this time ’round, gave its energy to 7 Stones and then Boris after its own demise. Boris can even be seen as another incarnation of Teepot. And actually 7 Stones kind of still exists, Hucka D., which I now call Philo. But it’s quite spread out in comparison. I could still re-create it, however.

Hucka D.:

Philo represents the dormant phase of Pietmond, and still might when you give up the land again. Is there anywhere else in Philo you can insert the 10×10? Check it out sometime, for New Pietmond will not exist into the spring. You have Frank and Herman Einstein to focus on now, the parks I mean. Time for some tracing.

bb:

The large ship that came to destroy 2nd phase Pietmond — did it come from Philo, even?

Hucka D.:

It came from Michael. It was called the Synching Ship. It divided and conquered Pietmond, a whole damn sink. The ship became the sink, for ill purposes. But now you have New Pietmond. And the X-Spot, a new ship of types, has landed and provided a nest for the town. It is also an expansion of the Pietmond South Gallery in 1st stage Pietmond. If you can buy the bottom of the sink again, go ahead and do it. Green light from me here. Not sure about the others.

bb:

It could be that I even return to Teepot, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Probably not[ though].

bb:

Nah.

Hucka D.:

You go.

bb:

And even Norum can be seen as a type of dormant Pietmond, or a Pietmond still latched onto mother Chilbo. For Chilbo is Pietmond’s mother, and Norum through Chilbo.

Hucka D.:

Sapphire. That is Sapphire. The Karoz Problem.

bb:

But May 2009 – August 2009 Noru wasn’t a town per se, but still just a collection of buildings sitting not in even Greater Chilbo in those days. And neither was August – Feb 2009/2010 Aoteroa, although that was supposedly the original site of Pietmond… hmmm, hafta think along those lines, then. And then the return to Noru after Baker Bloch’s trip to England started a 2nd phase Noru, but still not a town. Instead we have another superstructure as a focus: the Blue Feather Gallery, which is 4 structures in one, actually, and a direct cousin to the Big E Gallery of Aotearoa.

Hucka D.:

Next you must get rid of the X-Spot Gallery. Or else put something totally different there. Maybe MapS?

bb:

Is the X-Spot Gallery another ship, then, Hucka D.? After all, its basic module is a spacecraft.

Hucka D.:

Yes. It is a converted spaceship, like the Galactic Gallery before it.

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bb:

It’s at this central watering hole, The Hole in the Wall, that conversations about the relevance of Pietmond in Your Second Lyfe came about. Knock. Knick Knack Knock. They talked of Lion’s Roar and New Pietmond and how the two are related.

“I had no corporeal existence in Lion’s Roar”, states Knock. “Thank you for building New Pietmond, which is the same as Lion’s Roar only better — for the winter anyway, as we’ve discussed. We sit at the Watering Hole[ for that is its name] and discuss more. We discuss Lion’s Roar and New Pietmond and Old Pietmond and Billfork and Pitchfork. Hermania. We discuss a lot of things, baker b.” “Yes, thank you for all that, Knock,” replies baker b. “But where is The Table in all this? Physically it is still back in Philo.” “Good you saw me in the future, in miniature, inside the 3333 Circle at Supersity. That’s called Future City to us. I am an Imaginary Man there, in this future town. You must pick and choose which path to take toward the middle, toward the end of the future. I am on those rocks before you get there, a lookout[ of sorts]. Where is the 4th and all that.” “Thanks once more, Knock,” replies baker b. again. “Carcass-8 is coming up sometime, but I’m not sure it will be called a Carcass at all any more.” “No,” says Knock back. “It will be called by its actual name, like Red 7 before it. Red 7 is the last carcass and also the first carcass beyond the concept of the carcasses. Next is Super 8.”

bb:

Can’t wait!

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The Hole in the Wall franchise subsequently expands to Greater Philo, just in case.

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