Fragment Two: Eye of The Moons

After the Fraylily fragment, a user named KingRabbit checked into the Basecamp forum. One of their first posts included a picture of a woman, seemingly taken without her knowledge, looking at art in a gallery. He mentioned wanting to create a new ‘collection’. Meanwhile Deirdre mentioned in her blog that she noticed a man watching her. At first she doesn’t think much of it, until she remembered a man outside her “flat” back in the UK and the man in New York bore a striking resemblance to her UK stalker.
The mountaineers asked KingRabbit about it and it turned out the woman in the image he posted was Deirdre Green. He was her stalker.

Investigating KingRabbit turned up an instagram account and his website. On the site were 4 locations to enter ‘magic words’. With this, a long game of cat and mouse, or perhaps rabbit and mountaineer, began. King Rabbit would post pictures of himself stalking Deidre, along with a clue and the name of an area within New York city. These clues led to pieces of art within the city, and that art led us to the names of the art’s creators or those who inspired the art. These names turned out to be the Magic Words needed for King Rabbit’s site.

Using the magic words uncovered ‘gifts’ from King Rabbit. If you can call a six hour video with a single word appearing for three seconds somewhere in it a gift. Each video contained one word, and these words, when combined, formed the name of the plant ‘Eye of the Moons’ which was our second fragment!

The story of King Rabbit does not end with the discovery of the fragment however. More gifts arrived, most prominently a page entitled ‘Those Who did not Die’ . This page tells the tales of five people who were thought to have died in our world, but lived on through through feats of magic in some kind of alternate timeline. One of these people, Brandon Lachman, would play a key role in a future fragment.

During our rabbit hunt, Deirdre had been settling into her temporary life in New York, she began to spend her free time investigating her family and Ackerly Green publishing. She began looking for the other books Ackerly Green published, and she finally connected with Mr. Wallace (or Orvin), Sullivan Green’s lawyer, friend, and self-proclaimed “caretaker." He filled Deirdre in on his own first-hand knowledge with the publishing company, as well as her grandfather, and her dad. He also surprised her with news that her dad’s house now belongs to her and she can do with it whatever she pleases.


First draft of Fragment Two added


Love it, funny and informative.


The Deirdre section has been added to this section as well. I feel this can be a blanket statement for all of m Deirdre posts, just feel free to edit and make it sound a whole lot better than I can.