It’s been a while since we’ve done one of these, and I’ve lost count. So here’s to the uncounted weekly round-up of cool stuff from around the internet! This week we’re featuring weird old lost stuff.
Earlier this year the British Library put a 13th century sword on display, and asked the world to help them decipher the cryptic writing on it’s blade. The text is “NDXOXCHWDRGHDXORVI” and so far no one has gotten anywhere with it.
Lost Chinese Caves
There are two large, abandoned, and inexplicable man-made caverns in China. There are no record of these caves being built, and no artifacts have been found. They were clearly used for something, and even appear livable.
Something Writing Related
Have you ever worried or wondered about world building? Should you do it? Do you do it too much? How do you make your world’s unique? How much world-building is too much? This comprehensive friendly world-building worksheet will relieve your fears and answer all your question! (Or most of them!)
What about you? What weird and wonderful stuff have you seen around the internet? If you have a link you think we’d be interested in, feel free to share it on our Facebook page!
See you next week!