The Signers, the One
"I think, therefore I am...dangerous"
- Signer proverb
Beauty is in the Eyes of the Beholder
So say the Signers, at least. They believe that unless there's someone to observe the Multiverse it might as well not exist. Or even that it wouldn't exist. See, some of them reckon that the Multiverse is actually a creation of their own minds; perhaps that of the faction as a whole, perhaps that of one particular cutter they call The One. So, if they believe something is beautiful, it becomes beautiful.
Come to think of it, that doesn't sound too unreasonable. It's just when they start talking about changing the course of Fate and Time with their barmy Think Tanks (groups of factioneers who sit around imagining all day), that a body starts to have his doubts. Here then is a gathering of Signer lore and philosophy, so a body can make his own mind up, free from my scepticism. They say a body either swallows their screed completely or finds it too ridiculous to consider, and I know where I stand.
It's just when Dead Things Stir on the Astral, I have to consider eating my words...
- Another Signer proverb
Introduction: [coming soon]
Philosophy by Numbers: Reflections of the Infinite
The multiverse is a canvas on which a Signer paints her thoughts, a mirror in which they can be seen...
Movers and Shakers: Sick Minds
There's a killer on the loose, and Signers are dropping like flies. Can this terror be stopped?
Visionaries: Null Ghentar
Who believes that the Dreams of the Dead affect the Land of the Living, and prepares for the Great Dream
Visionaries: Palzari the Histrionic
Who stands at the Edge, not the Centre, and seeks to Understand the Whole by realising the Boundaries
"Reality is defined by
those with the best weapons.
On the Prime, at least.
On the Outer Planes, reality's defined
by those with the best imagination."
- Signer faction screed
Copyright 1998 by Jon Winter, illustrations by Jeremiah Golden and Chris Appelhans