TWWM Player Profile

Those Who Went Missing is a collaborative worldbuilding game centered on odd-fellow nature spirits, called esk. You can find more information about my works with the world here. This profile is for keeping track of game mechanics and personal achievements.

Player Info

1ore

Player Level: Nature Spirit icon, depicting a flower of life.

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Nature Spirit

◀ Aura Points ▶

7704 AP

AP Tracker

Characters

Diaspore. She's full of edges.

Diaspore #1117

2105. They're sensitive and meek.

??? #2105

The Tower. He's handsy.

The Tower #3488

Heath. He's huge and moppy.

Heath #019

ES. She's a little empty-eyed.

ES #3882

Rhodes. She's sleek as a salmon.

Rhodes #3883

Achievements

The Plains Biome Event badge. It's got a little esk out on the grasslands, at set of sun.The Plains Biome Event: Firestorm Quest completion badge. It depicts the seedling Vetru planted, and new growth.The Developed Biome Event badge. It's got a bust of an esk, captured inside an hourglass with rising buildings on the reverse.The Developed Biome Event: Natura Humana Quest completion badge. It's got a serene little esk looking back on a city skyline. The Shifting Seasons participation badge. An esk watches the changing leaves roll in. The Shifting Seasons Event completion badge. Two busts of black and white esk gaze at eachother from night and day. The Wellsprings Donor badge. It's got a little wishing well on it!

Featured Artist badge.

September 2018, in which I am losing it rightly. Thank you!!!

The Creator badge, a crystal.

A passing ghost #1542

Note: This character is no longer in play.
I ask that you don't depict her.

The Creator badge, a crystal.

A passing ghost #2604

Note: This character is no longer in play.
I ask that you don't depict her.

Treasures

A paper crane.

Today (July 28, 2018) marks two days past the end of my internship down at my local ghost river.

I studied monarch activity there in hopes of creating a more robust habitat to help them on their journey north. It was a wonderful experience, and cemented the fact that I need to go back to school for the environmental sciences.

A wobbly little plant. It simply won't stay still! A pad full of notes from an esk sighting. A handcrafted abacus. A pair of vines weaving together endlessly. A delicate insect preserved in amber. A floral bundle, with colorful blossoms. An aromatic bundle of herbs.

A fun little guy with two legs, cobbled together of acorn bits and leaves. This lazy fellow is made of a pinecone. This little seed buzzes about on huge leafy wings. And this one stares at you with big ol' eyes.

A bottle of layered sand. A bottle with a storm captured inside. A bottle with a tiny city inside.

A shard of Selenite. A smoldering ember. An orb of water with a plant taking root in it. An Ammomite, now an Ammolite. A dandelion puff. Make a wish! Odd, geometric spheres. Prehnite, carved into an effigy of a snake. Citrine, carved into an effigy of a fish. A glass effigy of an esk. A clover encased in transparent resin. A sprouting acorn. A smashed pumpkin sprouting new growth in its ribs. A glass pumpkin-shaped terrarium, holding new growth and an acorn inside.