How many times can you read a Discworld novel? I haven’t reached an upper limit yet. I had re-read all of them at least three times before I started my podcast. Obviously, that was one of the reasons I started it. But now I re-read one or two a week, sticky notes at hand, seeking punes, references to other books and movies, and following the threads of each character through the tapestry of those 41 books.
Hell, if I were an academic I’d probably be finishing a Ph.D about now. But I’m doing it for the love of the game. I’m doing it to try to present my listeners with a unique and thought-provoking trip through the Disc each week. I also do it because it’s fun, but now, with almost a year’s worth of shows under my belt, I’m doing it for my l…
Does anyone else want to adopt this wiki, if so can you please do so.
Are there any specific rules for this wiki (i.e all in past tense, etc.)
This wiki looks abandoned, so I'll work at fixing and upgrading it to be more presentable with more efficient information.
Hey guys, just to say i'm still active. Of course, it doesn't matter, but it feels good to let others know.
I just switched from many small edits to not-so-regular large edits. Since i wanted to rewrite some articles, i found it more suitable if i create whole text first and then make an edit.
Well, see you soon again!
Errr... Hello? Hi. This is my first blog. I came across this wki and made a few edits, fixing redlinks and stuff. When I came back a few days later and saw my edits still on the recent edits, I realised this was quite an empty wiki. The last edit by an admin was 21st July, 2014, by GummyGolem. I put up this request for adoption (gaining admin rights and stuff) and was told that since there are a few active editors, I had to gain support from the community (you!), so, here I am, trying to gain support. Not sure what happens when I have support - perhaps we all get rights or something, I dunno. Basically, if you want actual active (at least slightly) admins, be all like 'I think we should adopt this wiki' or something at the bottom.
Discworld is a world and a mirror of worlds, a world somewhere that appears to be a little bit here, and there and yet strangely familiar. Sir Terry Pratchett, acclaimed author of the Discworld series, has an untameable imagination that draws you into a befuddled universe full of riddles, action and adventure. The Disc is a world full of mystical yet chaotic cultures and communities which often mimics those of our own world.
There are 41 books in the series, but no particular order in which to read them. These books are made for enjoyment and escapism with a few philosophical conundrums thrown in for good measure. While each of the books is a separate adventure, there are many characters that make appearances throughout the series; allowing…