Saturday, 14 March 2009

Understatement of the Day

"The sun is for an unknown reason, a black hole. To prevent all life on earth from freezing to death, wizards lit the moon on fire. It works as the sun basically, but now I've complicated things."
-- seen on Rich Burlew's GITP forums

I have no idea where to even start with this. A singularity for an orbital primary, with a burning moon as energy source, and probably some screwy axial tilt too. It's either the single greatest setting idea in history, or the all-time daftest...or possibly both.

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