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  • #22895
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    For Darren and Clint: a phial of each of our feels tears

  • #22858
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    Looks spammy, I got one too. Plus, the account was created the same day those messages were sent, which is a red flag along with the fact that the account in question has no other public activity. The Powers That Be/forum admins have the email addresses we used to sign up for a forum account, They shouldn’t have to pm us if they want to contact us privately.

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  • #22835
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    Thank you for this @bcbishop! I am very very excited for all those upcoming chapters – the book, movie, and of course, Lust. Part of me is wondering if hoping that the book is going to be in-game, even though it promises to be behind the scenes. If you could have seen me two minutes ago as I read the article you would have seen a grown woman literally squeee.

    (o≧∀≦)o

  • #22810
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    In case you haven’t already found it, the LUST EXPERIENCE facebook page is up! https://www.facebook.com/thelustexperience/
    Twitter https://twitter.com/Lust_Experience
    Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thelustexperience/

  • #22805
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    What a journey. Like the others who posted before me in this thread, I heard about Tension early on and loosely followed along with Indoctrination but didn’t jump down the rabbit hole until it was almost over.

    I wasn’t able to participate in any of the live events, so I experienced them vicariously through all of you – your detailed forum posts, periscopes, and reaction videos. In particular, many thanks to @mike and @reaton for their fanatic podcast. Your scribing made me mourn the dead, rejoice when characters found strength, gasp at the many surprises within the OOA walls, and so much more. Thanks to you guys, I felt all of these things, almost 5600 miles away.

    To be honest, it’s really difficult to jump into something like Tension late, when many of the active have been here much longer and have more emotional capital invested. Even the folks who joined as a result their time through Ascension could at least talk about that. Sometimes as a latecomer it felt like I couldn’t add to the conversation because anything I could possibly say paled in comparison to your experiences and the relationships you have built with the characters. But this community is so wonderfully welcoming. I want to fully participate alongside all of you in the coming chapters. You guys made jumping in as late as I did a decision I don’t want to go back on.

    Thank you. To all the creators, actors, and behind-the-scenes crew who made Tension, but above all, I want to thank the community. After watching you interact with the world Bousman and Co brought to life, you became part of that world. YOU were my tension experience. Glory be.

  • #22698
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    I wasn’t active enough early on to be invited to the culmination on Sunday, but watching it on periscope still felt awful. I never had the chance to attend Ascension so I didn’t get to know Simon, the attendants, or any of the others in the OOA compound personally, but thanks to the accounts from everyone who did go, I sort of feel like I did. Still, I can’t imagine what it was like for those of you who did get to know them. Even though they were “just characters,” you got to talk to them, interact with them, and let them get to know you.

    Michelle if you’re still combing these forums for data, here’s a a reaction for you. How dare you. You went ahead and murdered for the OSDM in the most inhumane way possible. Poisoning the attendants then letting them go is a new low I didn’t think you’d stoop to. You’ve made yourself a villain, and you can be sure this community, BOS or OOA or otherwise, will actively oppose anything you try and stir up.

  • #22550
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    I took a closer look at the page. In dark red text, you can make out “The OSDM proudly presents 2017- LUST. You are invited to sin with perfection.”

    (@thecreator I hope this is your doing)

  • #22547
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    Interesting. Can someone find out when the domain was registered? It could be our good friends Bouseman and Sears…

  • #22978
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    Well, seeing as how the OSDM stands for Oracle Security and Data Management, and that data must mean computers, obviously LUST stands for Linux User Support and Troubleshooting!

  • #22714
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    The very idea of opposing Michelle raises two questions for me, one in-game and one OOG:

    How can we work against someone who can see every word plotted against her, posted on a public forum? We want to beat Michelle at her own game while actively playing it. Talk about a tall order.

    And how can we do that while staying within the boundaries of the game the Powers That Be have constructed? We as players have to stay on the official forums for the sake of creating visible activity. Opposing the characters by acting unpredictably in real time (going “off script” so to speak) is both a hindrance to the Powers That Be and dangerous for the actors.

    Basically, we the participants shape the narrative, but what does that mean when our goal is to oppose the (in-game) creators of the narrative itself?

  • #22703
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    @electrichippo It is ironic, isn’t it? True, we can’t “actively oppose” if we’re itching to jump into the next chapter, but I think if we play along long enough, she’ll make a mistake. She’ll show a vulnerability or a weakness, and that’s when we can act.

  • #22538
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    With that (symbolic?) change of clothes, I don’t think we should call her Addison anymore. She’s just Sabrina now.

  • #22524
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    Might that woman be Michelle?

    Some thoughts on the old recruitment video. Maybe the reason why the “OOA” targets young actresses, and why they ultimately picked Sabrina, is to find a suitable vessel for Addison’s personality. If the Addison in the video was the original, maybe all of this is a reenactment of events that occurred in the 70s. If this is the case, it makes sense for the ODSM to be upset whenever Sabrina remembered, since the reenactment wouldn’t be accurate to the original events.

  • #22453
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    Maybe it’s a clue that the BOS and OOA aren’t as far removed from one another as we thought.

  • #22447
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    Maybe only four in town today?

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