I want to play a game of Lexicon. (Probably the telephone-keypad variant.) You can find this game's Wikidot here. Because of the nature of this game, people can freely jump in and out at any time! PM me your email address (as well as a note that it's for Lexicon) and I will send you an invite. You can find a list of all the pages, as well as a list of all linked-but-nonexistent pages, right over here. Make sure you tag your entry "lexicon-game" so it'll show up in the game-pages list! Keeping track of who's written their entries this turn: Bel Capricorn BlackholeKG Blue Carnivorous Moogle Kaylotta peripheral SpergLordGamecock Vacuum Energy (me!) A whole bunch of reference material I've edited into this post so it's in an accessible place People who have expressed interest (this list is mostly here so I can copypaste it into announcements): @Bel Capricorn @BlackholeKG @blue @Carnivorous Moogle @Kaylotta @peripheral @SpergLordGamecock As always, tell me if you'd like off the list. Rules for turn 2: This turn, each one of you needs to write an entry (one to five paragraphs long) with a name that starts with the letters D, E, or F. Inside this article, you need to make links to one page that was already written in an earlier turn, and two pages that don't exist yet and are further in the alphabet. (Don't create those pages now - you, or someone else, will create them on a later turn.) "The" does not count for the first letters of an entry; neither does "A". For instance, an article titled "The New York Gazette" would be filed under N, not T. If at all possible, try to create a page that has already been linked to by someone who is not you. If you honestly don't have any ideas and need to write a different one, that's fine; but you should try to write a linked page first. You are not allowed to write an article that you made the link for on a previous turn. Post a link to your article here once you've written it, so we can coo over it and speculate and stuff. For reference, the turns of Telephone Keypad Lexicon are for these letters: 1. ABC 2. DEF <-- now 3. GHI 4. JKL 5. MNO 6. PQRS 7. TUV 8. WXYZ We are currently on turn 2, which will end on May 6. Turns are weekly and end on Fridays.