Reminder if you missed my Friday attempts to magically bind your souls: I still want to know your #summoningrituals
— Emma Maree Urquhart (@EMaree) September 23, 2013
How should I summon you guys in times of danger? Tell me your #summoningrituals please
— Emma Maree Urquhart (@EMaree) September 21, 2013
I started a small Twitter game on Friday, asking how to summon my friends (using Supernatural-style summoning circles and items) in times of danger.
(We’re working under the assumption that the items used aren’t destroyed, just claimed by the summon, so no kittens were harmed during the making of these rituals.)
I’ve been getting some great responses, so I figured I’d collect them into a blog post.
YOUR SUMMONING RITUALS
Regular commenter Roan said his summoning ritual is simply plain chocolate, no matter the quality or brand. I’ve got to appreciate such a straight-forward ritual, it’s awesome.
— Kate Shaw (@kc_shaw) September 21, 2013
Kate came up with this wonderfully disorientating ritual. Imagine doing it, and how confused your senses would be by the time the summon was over. Thankfully Kate is a nice summon, commonly appearing in the form of a steampunk owl catcher, and is unlikely to use your disorientation as a chance to strike. So you’re probably safe.
Jenny’s summoning ritual is adorable. So adorable. YAWNING KITTENS!
Victoria’s ritual one gave me shivers, though she explained that the 20p is to cover travel expenses, which was astoundingly practical.
@EMaree A box of chocolates and a simple ‘Hey you!’ would work as well :)
— J.B. Rockwell (@Rockwell_JB) September 23, 2013
J.B.Rockwell’s ritual involves some awesomely magical smells, though like Roan above she’s happy to show up for chocolate. :)
I’ll be updating this post throughout the day as people get involved.
Want to join in? Use the hashtag #summoningrituals on Twitter or leave a comment!