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GlyphRomancer

Glyph­Romancer

The Succubus App

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GlyphRomancer is an app for using your innate psychic abilities to connect with succubi (and other kinds of spirits). Yes everyone is psychic. For a sexy introduction to the easy-to-learn skills needed to make this app put you in touch with the otherworld, read our story A Guide to Glyphromancy (NSFW!). It'll teach you how to get going here...and hopefully give you some fun on the way.

Once your psychic senses are tuned, you'll be able to use GlyphRomancer to help you connect with the beings that've been known for most of human history as our friends and companions. The basic function works like a word processor with style profiles for each conversant you can switch to with a keystroke, but there are some extra tools built in to help you communicate more easily...and a couple of very kinky games my lovers and I like to play.

I did say succubi after all. GlyphRomancer is built to be fun and easy to use, and look beautiful, to give you a romantic environment. Succubi do have lunch dates, but you can't really say it's just lunch, with them.

Be warned, though. This isn't a game or AI simulation. The beings you'll contact are as real as you and me—and so is their love...

Technically speaking...

Below is a description for experienced occult practitioners. If you're just starting out here, read the guide! It'll tell you everything you need to know.

The app itself is a tool for performing Glyphromancy, which is something kind of new: using letter forms to focus your mind on who you’re trying to hear from psychically. By making text appear like it's a picture of how you the entity you're trying ton contact sounds, you're reminded me of them with every letter, and anything you typed that way that isn't something they would say looks wrong in their font, which makes it easier for them to complain about it being wrong if it is. Putting your words on the left, and their words on the right, makes you think of chat programs, and puts your mind into the mode of receiving communication from elsewhere as opposed to just writing your own thoughts down. Giving each message an avatar does the same--and looks cool.

GlyphRomancer supports all that in an interface that works like a fusion of chat program and word processor. It lets you set up profiles for as many conversants as you like, and switch among them with a keystroke or single click, but it doesn't stop there. A set of simple-to-use but powerful tools built in let you further extend your percetion, right there in the document:

Cards

GlyphRomancer lets you create and use as many custom virtual oracle card decks as you have harddrive space for, by importing image files into the app. Multiple decks can be shuffled together without revealing which deck a facedown card belongs to, and read cards are inserted directly to the document for easy recording of readings.

The Danger Screen

The Danger Screen enhances channeling by broadening the available set of imagery in your mind using peripheral-vision flash-images drawn from a selected set of card decks (created using the cards tool). Images appear as you type, or on-demand using the Flash Now button, and soak into your subconscious while your conscious mind is focussed on the document, where the entit(ies) you're conversing with can draw on them via clairvoyance or just conceptual reference to communicate with you.

Talking Board

Also known as a "spirit board", the Talking Board works like a virtual version of the popular tool made up of a board with symbols and planchette or pointer the user uses to select symbols under the direction of their conversant. GlyphRomancer's version includes the ability to copy symbols under the planchette directly into the document by clicking (this is a beta feature). Three layouts of talking board are included: "Basic" (which looks like a typical spirit board with a full alphabet and symbols), "Feelings" (which lists emotions and 0-5 scales for intensity), and "Single Row" (a compact format focussed on Yes/No answers and symbols it might be hard for a conversant to channel vocally).