Voiders Anonymous

Article by Sable Aradia, with help from Sunny L, Lord Galakrond, Melody Relody, Eli Kwake, and Erin Righ.
Voiders Anonymous is a loosely-organized group of the Voidtouched among the Tome Knights. Part support group, part clique, and part coven, they meet frequently in the layer of The Void known as "The Labyrinth" to discuss the secrets of Voidlore and their feelings on the goings-on in the "World Outside" (the Realm, or physical reality as we typically understand it.)   Since "the Voiders," as they call themselves, are all among the scions of the Noble Houses, these discussions often include inside baseball commentary on the deepest secrets of world politics. Since they started to stream these discussions, they have also gathered something of a fan following.


There's a structure?
— Sable Aradia
  Inasmuch as the Voiders can be said to have a leader, they look to Princess Sunny the Void Bunny as their primary expert on the Lore and hidden secrets of the Void. But otherwise, the group is clearly a chaotic free-for-all of equals, each of whom specializes in a different "layer" of the Void, and each of whom is considered to be the authority in the nature of that layer and its laws and powers.   While they do share information and knowledge about the Void, for the most part they are simply a group of oddball friends, bound by their common weirdness as Voidtouched. No one attempts to command or direct anyone else, although they will work together on common causes, such as The Feast of the Void, a social gathering they organized for the Tome Knights at the April 2022 Tourney of Tales.   A recent addition to the Voiders Anonymous seems to be none other than Sable Aradia, the Mother of Bunnies -- although nobody has explained this, other than her familial relationship with Lord Galakrond and Princess Sunny. Unlike the other Voiders, she seems to appear in the Void as a shining white rabbit, glowing with starlight. No one has explained that either.


Culture? Isn't that mostly on Gala? Mushrooms, bacteria...
— Erin Righ, being a smartass
  The internal subculture of Voiders Anonymous is probably best described as "batshit crazy" and "utterly ridiculous" -- chaotic, to say the least. Off-colour and off-the-wall jokes are a rule of thumb, as is gentle teasing, a constant stream of memes created by Princess Melody, and the kind of nonsense that most people find funny at 3 o'clock in the morning. When one considers they are literally laughing in the face of the Void, this makes some degree of sense.

Public Agenda

Do we actually have anything that could be described as a "public agenda?" I mean, I think this implies a level of organization we don't have.
— Sable Aradia
Um, not to my knowledge other than to spread the word about the Void... and possibly chaos. Um... Void go brrrrrrrrrr
— Lord Galakrond's reply
Chaos? Uh... don't touch that which is ours?... As the Company will find out...
— Princess Sunny's two cents

Oppress the Nuggies!

Founding Date
December 2, 2021, following the Battle of the Warren
Secret, Occult
Alternative Names
The Voiders, the Voidtouched
Controlled Territories
Recognized Languages
Nonsense, Gibberish


So let me ask you; as an A-Voider, what is the attraction of Voidlore streams and the Voiders?
— Sable Aradia
Aside from the fact that they and you are hilarious?
— Eli Kwake
Regular attendees of Voidlore streams have named themselves A-Voiders in a punny homage. The chaotic humour of the Voidlore streams appears to be the focus of the fanbase, but those who regularly attend the streams note that important secrets are often also revealed.

Cover image: The Voiders by Melody Relody
Character flag image: Welcome to the Voiders Anonymous by Melody Relody and Lord Galakrond


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