No need for the disco
- Jun 17, 2008
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Shrine of the Third Eye
The Wishlist Thread
The Wishlist Thread
Deep in the forest south of Fizzytopia's central city lies a cobbled path, winding through the tranquil woodlands. At the end of the path, through a tall redwood torii stands a beautiful temple, its architecture similar to the fabled towers of Ecruteak, with cherry trees in perpetual blossom, the pink petals blowing through the outer gardens. At the entrance stand two Gardevoir, their arms adorn with red ribbons and sashes around their waists.
As you approach, the pair bow to greet you, before offering you a pair of wooden plaques and guiding you inside to the walls, where many similar plates hang. Painted on the left wall, with delicate strokes, an image of a Mimikyu among company. Carved on the right wall, with stunning craftsmanship, a relief of a Togekiss, wings spread wide over a mound of fruit. Beside each mural, in flowing calligraphy, a notice, seemingly written by the psychic maidens tending to the shrine.
"You are free to place your wishes on the ema provided.
Be kind and courteous, not greedy and scheming.
The Third Eye will open for those who help fulfil your dreams.
The Third Eye will reward you for your generosity."
In the centre, at the back, an obsidian sculpture of the Wish pokemon Jirachi stands, each facet lovingly polished, while a simple oak offering box lies below. Taking a look at your wooden plaques, you find them to fit each of the two walls, and a charcoal rod at a table beside the statue.
1) You have two ema, or wooden plaques, each of which represent a seperate wishlist. The ema with the Mimikyu, the Memakyu, is for your pokemon wishlist. The ema with the Togekiss, the Emakiss, is for your material or item wishlist.
2) You may claim one post, and only one, for your wishlist, which will be linked to in the opening post just below. You may edit your post as you please.
3) In the spirit of keeping with the shrine policy, you are discouraged from prioritising any pokemon or item in our wishlist. You are writing a wishlist, not a shopping list. If you have pokemon you wish to trade with others, you should contact anyone who may be interested.
As you place your ema on the walls, you turn to the offering box. Thankful for the service provided, you place a few notes of money into the box, before bowing to the grateful tenders of the shrine before leaving. Your donation will help keep the shrine as tranquil as it was when you visited.
-sixdragons in a trenchcoat