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Your Wonderland design?

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At the moment, working on memorizing the environment from a game called "Deadcore".

 

Given that the tower is about a few hundred kilometers high, that's gonna take some time.

 

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EDIT: Posting it as a link since my internet is utter crap, and it takes half of the thread.

 

Ha! That's awesome! I modeled the central tower in my secondary wonderland after the tower that's displayed on the loading screen for that game! It really is an amazing game, eh?(sorry for the off-topic bit. I can't resist giving it a bit of praise :P )


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@Stevie Irons

I thought it was a joke you made to check if anybody clicked your link. But to be honest it makes perfect sense. When I wanted to create illusion of touch in a dream I simply used the location which is very familiar to host, especially when sleeping - her bed.

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Well, the "Entrance Room" to our Wonderland is basically a rectangular room with several basic features: A couch, a table, two floor-pillows on either side of a coffee table, a TV, a hip-tall mini bookshelf, (possibly a plant if I'm seeing things right, if so that's something Ran added), a mirror, and a door. This room was designed as our original wonderland, so it contains a few essentials that I thought would be good metaphors. A mirror as a entrance to the wonderland (used for me entering the wonderland or him imposing on the world), a television to be his way of seeing what I'm seeing or playing back memories, a bookshelf for recreating books I've read or an alternative of accessing memories, the two floor pillows for looking at each other while wonderland-forcing, and the rest for general aesthetics and relaxation. We used this confined space for a while, but eventually we wanted more out of our wonderland, so we added a door on the back wall. This led to an open area that, with some effort and redesigning, became our current wonderland. This consists of a round room with two crescent-shaped sections in the center, forming what resembles and eye-shaped room. There are 4 doors on each section with an elevator in the center of each section, then 8 doors in the room itself. A few of these have actual interiors at this time, while the others are there to be given interiors in the future. The right-most door in the room (from standing outside the Entry Room) is the door to outside, where there is a beach and a forest. Our wonderland is still relatively small, but much larger than the initial room. We have also given it a "law", which essentially mimics and implements the laws of physics of this world, giving the ocean waves, the sky wind, and a general law of physics to the place.


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Ran speaking to me is mahogany

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What does your wonderland look like?

(picture below.) We mainly only hang out on the bottom part of the island. Sort of a reverse highest tower kind of thing.

 

How long did you had it?

2-3 years. I plan on making a new one relatively soon.

 

What do you do with your Tulpa there?

Not much. I prefer hanging out with her in the real world rather than the wonderland.

 

How vivid or real does it seem?

Not as vivid as it potentially can be. I don't invest much time into it. That's why I plan on making a better one later.

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Well, my Tulpa has her own room inside a hill where we spend most of our time. On top of the hill is a huge house that we've not been in for months, which used to be mine but now I just stay with her. There's a dead tree with a swing on it also on top of the hill, and a river leads down to a large waterfall and then lake in a forest/jungle area.

 

As you exit my Tulpa's room, a large white and gold brick path leads through the forest surrounding the hill to an extremely large lake which used to be the site of a huge tower and also cave dungeon. The tower was destroyed a long time ago and caused the lake to dry up. However, lately the lake has been refilled and the cave entrance now drops down into an abandoned maze-like area. It's completely infinite, and made with similar architecture to the bridge on the way there, except old and chipped. We haven't explored much in there, but we've found a spiral staircase to a lower level and also a drawbridge so far. Due to my inability to memorise the layout, we plan to put it down on paper at some point.


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I've only really given thought to wonderlands for my last two tulpae. Before then, I just imposed them continuously. My current wonderland started as an open field. Edwin added wildflowers and a forest over it. His "house" consists of a one-room burrow with a modest bed, desk, and closet, but he usually spends his time at the library. The library, which holds all of my thoughts, knowledge, and memories, is a beautiful old building with a black and white tiled floor, two curved staircases, red and gold accents, and a fireplace with a constantly burning fire in the alcove. It has nearly endless floor to near-ceiling bookcases, desks, and book carts as well as a restricted section for my bad memories and thoughts. Edwin also added a lovely waterfall to our wonderland he uses to bathe and lounge in.


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(Not sure if correct sub-forum or not, so please forgive me if this is the wrong place)

 

I was on the research board earlier, reading a thread about exploring wonderlands, and noticed that people tend to have very different kinds of wonderlands. For example; one person had one that was a series of islands, and another person's seemed to be a series of rooms separated by doors. Personally, my wonderland is built after the world from a story I wrote: The world is shaped like a large straight, with the south area being a dense forest, the middle area being plains, and the north being a combination of mountains and valleys.

 

In the end, it seems different for everyone, and each is interesting in its own way. So, what're you guys' wonderlands like?


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Merged these two "What is your wonderland like?" threads with this one:

 

Wonderland Appearence

What is your wonderland like?

 

Interesting that both of them worry that they were in the wrong board.


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Wow, to think that I'd actually already posted on here and then posted that thread, forgetting this one exists...

 

My memory sure is bad :S


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