Many people believe that the destruction of this kcymaerite by Kmpass triggered the devastating linearity along what we call the Rhine River which led to the kidnapping of Mlates gi Dunhuira and Nobunaga-Ventreven’s eventful journey to The Faltese and the Battle of Some Times. (Her kidnapping is honored at the marker known as A Dangerous Crossing)
by Stiller Studios, Eckholmnäsvägen 40, Lidingo, Sweden
Dedication took place at 2 PM on October 30, 2011, with a rousing rendition of Gudin och Staenklan.
This was Kcymaerxthaere installation #081 and the first in what we call Sweden.
Text of the Marker
Kcymaerites are islands shaped like the richness of the world, and all key archipelagoes have at least one. Interestingly, though they are not always connected to the ocean floor, neither do they simply float. Kmpass, the Urgend God of Directionality, the one who is always trying to make the world a little too simple, constantly sought ways to eliminate or undo islands, especially kcymaerites, since he saw clearly their anggroav—a difficult to translate word which refers to the tendency of islands to be their own universes. What we call Lidingö covers what was once a quite special archipelago, whose destruction was an early escalation of Kmpass’s all out war against Complexity. Most scholars of Kcymaerxthaere believe that this spot is quite close to the location of the now extinguished archipelago’s kcymaerite.