Jannak Publish time 2014-1-30 07:58:56

List of Otherlands (Historical People who are alive in 1876)

Well apart from the official people who were mentioned, for a reference here is a list of people who are alive during 1876 whose Otherlands that Alice might possibly visit although I can't expect all of them to appear though but maybe most of them especially in game form.

Well for starters:

List of Female Scientists in the 19th century: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Li ... ntists#19th_century

List of State Leaders in 1876: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_state_leaders_in_1876

List of 19th-century religious leaders: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lis ... y_religious_leaders

List of colonial governors in 1876: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_colonial_governors_in_1876

Perhaps I'll post more in the future (or if anyone else has ideas).

PANDUKOE Publish time 2014-2-9 00:48:19

thanks 4 yours info
:o

PANDUKOE Publish time 2014-2-9 00:51:00

good idea

Jannak Publish time 2014-2-9 01:36:41

Edited by Jannak at 2014-2-9 09:32

Also I think Alice should visit Edward Whymper's Otherland since she has mentioned him in Madness Returns couple of times: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Whymper

Also Martin Farquhar Tupper who was also mentioned by Alice's Mother: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_Farquhar_Tupper

Also Henry Walter Bates which Alice also mentioned him in the Piranha character profile: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Walter_Bates

kirateufel Publish time 2014-2-9 04:26:47

hmmm..Amazing!

Jannak Publish time 2014-2-12 05:59:40

Edited by Jannak at 2014-2-16 03:56

BTW I made a document with the 19th female scientists highlighting who is alive, deceased or too young or born after 1876 to be included in there. But then again maybe it's possible for Alice to enter the minds of dead people perhaps? Sure why not if anything is possible...

Shilus Publish time 2014-2-15 03:45:04

Personally, I'd love to see Alice go into the minds of more of the revolutionary females of the time period than males. It would be great to see her empowering women!

Jannak Publish time 2014-2-16 04:22:47

Shilus replied at 2014-2-15 03:45 static/image/common/back.gif
Personally, I'd love to see Alice go into the minds of more of the revolutionary females of the time ...

Ugh...first of all, don't use "females" as if referring to them as animals or something which is something to be careful about, just say "women" instead.

Anyways, I actually agree that Alice would empowering the women of the time while she screws around the heads of the men. For example I would like to see Alice confront Richard Wagner (including his Otherland incarnation of himself) for example to point out how much a repulsive racist he really is behind that "epic greatness" behind his plays much like Friedrich Nietzsche did.

Maybe perhaps Alice can be a walking social commentary of the people those times via the eyes of a woman who are most likely more progressive than most of the men of the time who are rather comfortable with their status/privilege/etc (maybe except men like Karl Marx, Frederich Engels, Friedrich Nietzsche, etc but even then though some of are hypocrites of what they teach which for example Karl Marx was married and his daughter had have permission from him to marry or something) which is the same reason how Bumby was able to get away from his crimes since it's common knowledge that people with power & influence are pretty able to do whatever they want without suffering the consequences (i.e. Woody Allen and Bill Cosby for example)....maybe this is what Alice: Otherlands could actually be about which is exploring the darker secrets of the famous people of the time so Alice can punish them like she did with Bumby.

Shilus Publish time 2014-3-9 03:16:06

Jannak replied at 2014-2-15 20:22 static/image/common/back.gif
Ugh...first of all, don't use "females" as if referring to them as animals or something which is s ...

Sorry that I decided to call them what they are, you know.

Females.

We also should never call white people Caucasians and black people Negro's, because, you know, they're not animals.

It would be nice to see people before or after they become known for what they're known for. I'd LOVE to see some people as children being inspired and fighting their way to the top! I think that would be adorable.
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