This is more for my sake because I keep forgetting what number my articles are on and then having to either deal with the broken wikidot search or the discord bot that's unreliable when not searching directly for RPC numbers.

RPC-134 - That Time Charles Darwin Turned Into A Tortoise
RPC-137 - A Love Story
RPC-203 - Moo Juice
RPC-899 - A Prologue

RPC-046 - Desert Dogs
RPC-114 - The Horned God
RPC-141 - Moai Guardian of Easter Island
RPC-665 - Hell is Just Under Hell(, Michigan)

That Time Tortoises Took Over The Galapagos -A remnants timeline 'tale' about what becomes of RPC-134 there.
The Beast, When There Are No Nations - Another remnant timeline tale (and a collaboration with Google_Chrome). This one explores the fate of RPC-666 in a world at war.
Float like a butterfly, sting like a sword - A tale part of the Failsafe contest exploring the fate of a lonely Kabushiki Kawaii creation, let loose into the Site-014 shortly before the nuclear blast that would destroy it.
A Day At The Office - Another Kabushiki Kawaii article, this one about one of their sales reps being forced into the unfortunate position of negotiating with a member of the Church of Malthus.

Main Sandbox
Secondary Sandbox for offshoot pages and secondary projects
- A ton of misc offshoots of the offshoots, as my projects have become a twisted mess of half finished drafts

Recommended Reading Order:

I'm most proud of 137, 665 and 899 in that order, but I think 141 is only a little below them. I'm less proud of my first article, 203, because it's kind of boring and a little all over the place, and 134 sits in a strange place where I love the idea, and I love that it's canon, but I don't feel any pride in having written it in the way I did.

My tales i recommend reading after the articles they're about, although my two Kabushiki Kawaii articles can probably be read whenever as long as you've got the basics of the group down (infact, i'd sort of recommend reading them before some of the other stuff, just to characterize it in my very niche idea of what they should be).

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