CHIM theory Edit
I noticed on the "Wish Upon a Something" thread that you asked about CHIM in a somewhat serious manner, instead of just the usual thread wishes. So here in response, is my take on CHIM.
The whole idea of CHIM stems from a theory about the Elder Scrolls series: Everything in the universe is a dream being dreamed by a higher power (the Godhead). CHIM is the idea, that one of the dreams (such as Vivec) becomes self-aware. They realize that they are part the dream, and thus connected to all things in the dream. If their will is strong enough, they can fully immerse themselves in the dream, while still retaining their sense of identity. Basically, it's like a lucid dream where you would have full control over the reality around you. Except, instead of the dreamer having this power, it's the person within the dream. Not all people who achieve this understanding can retain their sense of identity, and thus are swallowed up by the dream. But those who do can warp reality itself.
It's a complicated theory, and not one I completely agree with yet, but that's the gist of it.
Experimental RP Edit
Hey Hahn. I finally made the experimental RP. The link is below.
An Apology Edit
Hey Hahn. I don't have time right now, so I'm making it quick.
Hey, don't feel like revealing the artifact to the rest of the RP yet. The artifact is an ancient pearl called the Seastone. Whoever holds it can control nearby seawater.--Nerevarine465 (talk) 19:45, June 2, 2014 (UTC)
The guild has made it to Skyrim, so they are now going to hunt Sergus. A question: Where did Sergus land when he came back to Skyrim? Was it in Windhelm? Harold Burned-Mane (talk) 23:02, June 18, 2014 (UTC)