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Jonathan Strange ([personal profile] kingsroads) wrote in [community profile] lostcarnival2017-03-29 07:53 am

what's cooler than being cool? ice cold

Who: everyone!
What: hey wait a minute, why's it suddenly cold oh for fuck's sake Strange...
Where: the carnival + Alola
When: all of day 76!
Warnings: none, will edit if needed

the Carnival
Surprise, it's now winter.

Starting from the early hours of day 76, the Carnival is covered in snow, the temperature rapidly dropping from 'nice' to 'freezing.' Patterns of frost cover everything and icicles dangle from most buildings. Try to be careful as you're walking around, patches of the ground are frozen over and incredibly slick. Nobody be that dumbass who tries to stick their tongue to the ferris wheel, you're just going to regret it later. Enjoy the fact that almost anything that used to be a liquid is now frozen solid. All in all, it's like someone flipped a switch from summer to winter--there was absolutely no sign something like this would happen in the first place. Why not ask around to see what's up? Or, just enjoy the change of weather and pelt your friend in the face with a snowball, that's also an option. The Carnival re-enacting the plot of Frozen lasts all day, though things finally start to melt and/or magically vanish once dusk settles.

For all you vampires who've slept through most of this, the effects of winter still linger a bit after the faerie's vanished, though in slowly diminishing form. The temperature's a bit warmer and some of the liquids have started to melt, but it's still a bit uncomfortable. It's hard to clean up an entire magical wintery hellscape by yourself, okay?

Due to the way the Carnival drops people in Alola, it's entirely possible to miss the fact that something weird's going on at the Carnival. Still, some of the winter wonderland manages to seep it's way into the tropical paradise. For most people, the changes are noticeable but easily dealt with. The temperature drops to something more chilly but not downright freezing. Occasionally there are small flurries of snow, but they'll end up melting fairly quickly. Locals are downright confused, mentioning that really, it shouldn't be this cold, this weather is weirdly unseasonable.

Also, what's that weird little ice fox that keeps showing up? More and more ice Pokemon feel a little bit braver thanks to the cold temperatures and are willing to venture out into areas that ice Pokemon might not normally live in. Go train all your fire cats by having them beat up the sentient ice cream cones, everybody.

( ooc: here is the relevant ooc post! This is an open mingle-style log, so feel free to create your own threads, tag around & have some fun! )
empty_vessel: This Isn't A Good Idea. (Wait)

[personal profile] empty_vessel 2017-04-22 02:26 pm (UTC)(link)
Any irritation Jimmy might have felt at the plummeting cold snap melts as he hears why. It's not that Jimmy can relate. Jimmy is in that exact same position. Just playing out on a much longer scale.

"I'm... I'm so sorry. Is there anything I can do to help?" The silver lining of Mrs. Strange not being dead was a lovely accent for this massive pile of crap. Not dead, sure. But God only knows where she was. "Besides helping you find the candle, I mean."
empty_vessel: Is This A Good Idea? (Inquiry)

[personal profile] empty_vessel 2017-04-26 04:26 am (UTC)(link)
Jimmy frowns worriedly at Strange, but nods. "Alright then. Let's go find your candle. But if there's anything I can do to help, please let me know." He can't help but wonder if this is what Amelia went through when he vanished, too.

"Was this faerie any help? Or did it show up and jerk you around?" The latter's kind of assumed, given the amount of snow falling.
empty_vessel: Is This A Good Idea? (Inquiry)

[personal profile] empty_vessel 2017-04-29 09:12 pm (UTC)(link)
Jimmy nods. "Even in my world, the classical representations of the Faeries have them being fickle bastards who'd screw you over purely because it was funny." He doesn't think Tinkerbell really applies here, fairy or not. "Sometimes there's the claim of 'teaching someone a lesson' but when your thinking is pretty non-euclidean, it doesn't translate well."

"But, let's see what's in the kitchen, and then get going." A few more minutes of poking around gets him a pair of big mixing bowls and checks the supply cabinets while he's in there.