This is a thing now.
Thanks to kaktus, AidenEldritch, ARD, TyGently, ChaoSera, Lazar, and halothane for critique.
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The hype has been unreal for this thing. It's nice to see some more 7th Occult War stuff on the site, and Lewis and Clark Do The Multiverse is something I didn't know I needed until now. Honestly, I probably would've upvoted at walking Danishes, but there's a lot of other weird coolness (unopenable openable doors, fractal waifus) that really solidifies the +1.
Lewis and Clark Do The Multiverse is something I didn't know I needed until now.
Sweeps Wayfarers beneath a rug
In all seriousness, I agree with AE that this has a lot of weird coolness. Where as Wayfarers is what happens when you mix SCP and Stargate, this has more of a "Journey to the Center of the Earth" vibe to it that is very appealing. The voice you gave Randall for the descriptions of the various areas is highly amusing, so much so that I do hope they are not dead as I would love to read more from him.
+1 GW. Solid world building.
I'm honestly not as wild about this as everyone else seems to be. I did like it, but I didn't love it. There's some fun imagery in the multiverse and the narrator's voice feels authentic, a lot of them seem fleeting and I wish they had spent more time in any of the individual sections. I also would have liked more hints as to what actually happened to the party, the speculation in the end note wasn't a satisfying resolution for me. +0
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I've written a tale upvoted by Djoric, Bright, Echo, Yoric, Moose, VAE and Voct, fite me irl if you don't respect
I agree with Roget in terms of the universal descriptions being fleeting, and the lack of exploration of some of the concepts (other than a short rehash of Flatland) left me a little disappointed, and not quite sure what the purpose of the work was. That said, I actually liked the "vanished into thin reality" ending, which was enough to secure my upvote.