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Chrononaut’s Crash Pad
- We’ve all been there, stranded some-when in the 1850’s with a malfunctioning Mechanical Temporal Displacement Device. It can be time consuming and stressful assembling the components – or worse yet the materials to make them! You can avoid the whole mess by bringing spare bits along. Taking from my own experience I’ve gathered the cogs, pins and crystals most likely to fail for a given series of MTDD (along with a spare control key of course!) and assembled them into a Crash Kit that doubles as an innocuous piece of jewelry for you to wear. It keeps them close at hand and can be easily explained away to the over-curious. I’ll be adding Kits as I get my hands on the correct sets of parts – if yours is a modified or experimental model just let me know what parts you require and I’ll be happy to create a Custom Crash Kit for you. I have connections in a wide range of eras and someone is always…

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  • Born on December 6
  • Joined July 13, 2006

About

Chrononaut’s Crash Pad
- We’ve all been there, stranded some-when in the 1850’s with a malfunctioning Mechanical Temporal Displacement Device. It can be time consuming and stressful assembling the components – or worse yet the materials to make them! You can avoid the whole mess by bringing spare bits along. Taking from my own experience I’ve gathered the cogs, pins and crystals most likely to fail for a given series of MTDD (along with a spare control key of course!) and assembled them into a Crash Kit that doubles as an innocuous piece of jewelry for you to wear. It keeps them close at hand and can be easily explained away to the over-curious. I’ll be adding Kits as I get my hands on the correct sets of parts – if yours is a modified or experimental model just let me know what parts you require and I’ll be happy to create a Custom Crash Kit for you. I have connections in a wide range of eras and someone is always passing through!


Divine Denizens
- This little cabinet is where the Gods (and Goddesses!) come out to play. Members of many Pantheons visit from time to time all under a strict vow of peace. So if you see a lightning bolt now and then or catch a stray peal of thunder don’t worry – it’s just Zeus and Thor working on a two-man con.

Eidolons & Elementals
- Salamanders, Undines and all their elemental cousins rub elbows with jeweled tributes to light, love and other ideals. Dark glasses are available at the counter should you need them, this window display gets a little bright sometimes.

Miss Anne’s Amulets
- Miss Anne deals only in jewelry with a purpose. Here in this dim and dusty corner of the shop you will find beautiful things designed to help bring a little magic into your life. Need love? Money? A little less stress? Miss Anne can’t just give you any of those things (magic doesn't work that way you know) but she can, and will, design and create a wearable amulet for your specific purpose to aid you in focusing your own energies toward those ends. All amulets are created in sacred space and may require significant lead time depending on their purpose. At times you may find what you seek already here, shining in the dim light. Inquiries are always welcome if you don’t see what you need.

Inspired By…
- Like anyone I am influenced and inspired by many, many things. If you look behind the counter you’ll find my hoard of treasured books, music and art – with a few stranger things thrown in. And if you search quite carefully through the shelves you might find Mr. Tumnus, a few wild swans or a Starry Night that have managed to escape.

The Natural World
- The march of the seasons, the roll of the hills. What do you see outside your window? You’ll find it captured in these jars. They’re a bit jumbled up in some places, but then capturing a spring shower or a wild landscape isn’t a particularly tidy task.

Otter’s Table
- Otter’s table is full of shiny lovely things with no other purpose than to be shiny and lovely. If you're looking for a particular variety of shiny and lovely you don’t see here feel free to ask - he's been known to search out all kinds of things.

Remnants
- These are things which have gone too long without a home and have become quite sad waiting for a loving owner. Look for their parti-colored tags; it doesn’t really cheer them up but we do try. Shipping on these items is *free* - and anything you buy with them ships free as well.

Oddments
- odd·ment (äd-mənt). n. 1: something left over 2: something odd. In these bins are my surplus and neglected supplies, when I have them. You won’t find staples here (no jump rings or wire) but you will find a mix of components that I overbought. I’m guilty of ordering more than I need on occasion and it makes no sense to hold on to things that could be far better used by someone else.

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