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#1: Want to help writing tutorials & FAQ's? Author: Qu PostPosted: Sat 19 Sep, 2009
Previous part: Scribes needed! apply within

Hi everybody,

The forum has grown and grown. A lot of useful information resides within it but can be hard to find sometimes.

Here the LD4all knowledge base comes in. The purpose is to collect useful information, compiled in tutorials, FAQ's and articles. By LD4all members, for LD4all members.

There the scribes come in.

They have the task of compiling FAQ's and tutorials from the amazing amount of information we already have around.

The Scribes have their own private forum where they can discuss their projects (who does what, etc.).

On the tutorial forum they also have posting/deleting/editing rights - where all other users are only be able to read.

If you would like to participate in this, please sign in by replying to this post.

If you want to know more about being a scribe on LD4all read this guide


While I appreciate everyones enthousiasm and efforts to be a scribe, since this is all on voluntary basis, after all smile Not everyone is automatically added to the group. (To prevent the scribes group from becoming just a "gimmick" to have an extra icon below your name)

Everyone who wants to join is therefore considered by the Head Scribe (me, for now ). If you apply, please state the reason why you want to join, and if you already have an idea on a tutorial you want to make. (and if you have, what you would want to make)

Apply if you:
  • Love going through old post and collect useful material
  • Like writing
  • can work together well with other scribes
  • Have been a member for some time
  • Can give constructive feedback and can also work with feedback of others
  • Have made at least 50 useful posts

exceptions to these points can be made at the discretion of the head scribe.

If you already have written a very good tutorial/post/article about something it's also possible to have that moved into the knowledge base. If you post something good in the forum, it can be moved. So don't apply with finished articles wink

Thank you!

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#2:  Author: Fallen Youth PostPosted: Sat 19 Sep, 2009
well i want to join because i actually do like going through old posts and by becoming a scribe i can my voluntary habit usefull ^^ this would actually give me something to do when im up in the middle of the night and theres no one else to post annything. well my tutorial would have to be how to use all the buttons on the post a post page,(i had alot of problems with that). moving on, i am on alot!! but i cant be on all day every day though due to school,my life,etc. but i think ill get the job done wink

P.S:i did'nt know you get a little mark on the bottom of your profile if you are yaay now im even more excited!!! woo

#3:  Author: Sandra PostPosted: Mon 21 Sep, 2009
No, not really a request to join the scribes. Just I was reading over the LD4all Guided Tour! and I want to pimp it up. Not just that it is outdated (pathways to Lucidity is gone, order has changed) but I want to pimp it up as well. Perhaps there are also some additions to the tour that could be included, a fifth or sixth stop? Or perhaps a 3 1/2?

Now, I am already short on time because of all the things I want to do but that should get better within a few weeks. I see I can still edit my own posts, so perhaps you will see a change all of a sudden within the next weeks ebil

#4:  Author: Rubiks_Cube_Man PostPosted: Sat 03 Oct, 2009
I would like to join because I like helping other people have LDs, as I help my friend a lot. An idea I have in mind is a full WILD tutorial of the way that I do it, as there are no WILD tutorials in the knowledge base.

#5:  Author: P90X PostPosted: Mon 05 Oct, 2009
I would like to become a scribe, i have wayyy to much free time, and i'll often spend that time just going through old topics, and i have a favorites folder of old topics i find useful :D

I can work well, I never procrastinate either. Except when doing homework, and when i'm loking for an excuse to not do homework i'm on LD4all! ^^

I also want to help people become lucid, i see a lot of people on this forum, who will list the things they want to do when they have an LD, but that ld never comes, and they give up and leave. sadblauw I want to help those people have an Ld, to help themselves and to help LD4all.

#6:  Author: Qu PostPosted: Mon 05 Oct, 2009
sorry, Danielsn13, I can't let you in no

I appreciate you want to help, but being a scribe is not just "wanting to help out", since everyone here is helping out others smile

#7:  Author: tosxyChor PostPosted: Wed 21 Oct, 2009
Put me in, i already have a couple of ideas to develop (plus some adjustments to the older guides) ^^ with the help of other scribes, of course ^^

#8:  Author: Magic Qwan PostPosted: Sun 01 Nov, 2009
May I please join this grand group? I've been poking around for a while trying to find a way to help this forum out. Anyway, please consider this, I would love to contribute to the site that gave me the magic bullet!

#9:  Author: Qu PostPosted: Sun 01 Nov, 2009
Hey Magic Qwan, just wanting to help out is not enough, every LD4all member here is already helping out other members smile smile So if you want to help out, you don't need to be a scribe to do so smile

#10:  Author: Magic Qwan PostPosted: Mon 02 Nov, 2009
I see... Well (I'm posting from my 2nd period middle school class, by the way) I love writing, and, I believe that If I could help write post, it would help myself, as well as others. Best of both worlds... wait, that's cliched ... smile Better than PasQual's cookies!

#11:  Author: d3struct PostPosted: Tue 26 Jan, 2010

does this qualify for the knowledge based forum?
and about scribes? i like all of the above and give tips - and made my own tutorial

but dont really have time time to be digging up old articles and reading.
Making compilations of articles and tips to make tutorials concise.

When i do have time ill subs scribe tounge2
Unless there is no requirement for as much work needed to be done. tounge2

Hope my little project of tutorial gets stickied : )

#12:  Author: Vampirism45 PostPosted: Fri 05 Feb, 2010
May I join the scribes? I love digging through old posts in order to find great LDing techniques that were forgotten years ago. For instance, I found a working WILD technique known as the "Dot technique" that was mentioned in a post dating from 2005. I also like writing about new techniques and my LDing experiences, and I have ideas for new tutorials on the Knowledge Base. For instance, I'm thinking of tutorials for WILD techniques other than the one already on the Knowledge Base, since certain WILD techniques would work better than others for some people. I'm also thinking about a guide for advanced dream control. Also, I like the idea of having a scribe icon under my avatar.

#13:  Author: Qu PostPosted: Sat 06 Feb, 2010
Welcome to the scribes, Vampirism45 ^^
Looking forward to those WILD techs grin

here is your key -> clicky

#14:  Author: tosxyChor PostPosted: Sun 07 Feb, 2010
pasQuale wrote:
here is your key -> clicky

Hahahhaha lach2 classy!
You made me remember when I saw that Scribes corner subforum for the first time, it was an amazing feeling ^^

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#15:  Author: Qu PostPosted: Sun 07 Feb, 2010
I stole that from Bruno

#16:  Author: x Puffycloud x PostPosted: Fri 12 Feb, 2010
Hi there ^^ I would like to be a scribe for multiple reasons, mostly because I love to write. I noticed that there wasn't much on relaxation in the knowledge base. Relaxation is the key to LD-ing for me (and I'm sure for many other people). I also have an idea for an article about a combination of MILD and WILD that I use. I love looking at old posts and learning new techniques.

#17:  Author: Qu PostPosted: Sat 13 Feb, 2010
welcome aboard, Puffycloud! smile

here is your key -> clicky

#18:  Author: Rhewin PostPosted: Mon 08 Mar, 2010
Hey all, I would like to volunteer to become a scribe because I believe I could contribute several things. First off, after several epiphanies and much study, I have become very interested in the SC. After looking through the forum and scanning the knowledge base, I was surprised to see we don't have anything really definitive on it. That's a shame due to the important role of our SC in our lives. There are various posts throughout the forum, and I would be more than happy to bring all of that knowledge together.

Beyond that I am relatively proficient at extending/stabalizing dreams, goal keeping, archiving and proofreading. You may not be able to tell from some of my posts, but I am a brilliant copy editor ^^ . Like said, I simply want to volunteer my time. You won't hurt my feelings in any way if you feel the Scribes aren't for me.

Thanks for the consideration!

#19:  Author: Qu PostPosted: Mon 08 Mar, 2010
Welcome, Rhewin! smile


corny, but still works grin

#20:  Author: KittyDreams PostPosted: Sat 15 May, 2010
I would really like to join as a scribe because I love writing, helping out, and meeting new people. I would also like to let the world know about Lucid Dreaming, how great it is, and how to achieve it. I would really like to help beginners to understand how to LD, and different techniques. I have also developed many Mantras and phrases that really work for me, in quite short period of time.

#21: Here it goes Author: MovieMe PostPosted: Sat 26 Jun, 2010
I love writing writing
But more than that I love reading read
Heck I've even been swimming around the Archives nuu

I do have ideas for projects, and I do think I'd be able to contribute to others smile And that's all.. I'm afraid if I keep writing it'll get too cheesy slide

#22:  Author: rcslaney PostPosted: Mon 09 Aug, 2010

Id like to become a scribe because I'm good at writing and I love it smile , I'm good at working with others, I've got an idea for a tutorial about memory storage and retrieval in the brain and I like writing (Ooppps, already said that tounge2 )

Rich smile

#23:  Author: rcslaney PostPosted: Fri 13 Aug, 2010

#24:  Author: Qu PostPosted: Fri 13 Aug, 2010
whoops, sorry, have been very busy. I'll get back to you guys!

#25:  Author: rcslaney PostPosted: Fri 13 Aug, 2010
Ok thanks smile

#26:  Author: Qu PostPosted: Sun 15 Aug, 2010
welcome, MovieMe and rcslaney!


#27:  Author: MovieMe PostPosted: Mon 16 Aug, 2010
pasQuale wrote:
welcome, MovieMe and rcslaney!


Ah, the clicky lol ^^

#28:  Author: Ninja PostPosted: Wed 25 Aug, 2010
Hey, Id like to join this group, as I have some really good ideas for compiling a visualization tutorial and FAQ. Ive noticed that nowhere in the entire LD4all site does it offersuch a thing. I dont know If I'm experienced enough or have enough posts or LDs, but I certaintly know my LDing theory smile and can visualize quite well and have come up with my own methods for visualizing things as well as creating extremely large scale things in LDs (such as developing a method to make a huge city out of the palm of your hand in a LD). Scince I've just started school, It may be about a week or so untill I can be more active on the forums. even if I can't join the scribes, I would appreciate it if I could write this tutorial and someone else could put it in the knoledge base.

#29:  Author: Qu PostPosted: Wed 25 Aug, 2010
welcome, Ninja! come on in smile

#30:  Author: Wulf PostPosted: Tue 18 Jan, 2011
Is there already a scribbler for the Wolfgame forums? Even though it is not about Lucid dreaming, I think a lot of people would like stats, players and their characters to be memorized smile.

It will be a lot of work, but if I do little by little we can get somewhere ^_^.

#31:  Author: Ghosteh PostPosted: Tue 18 Jan, 2011
Haha, that had been so epic tounge2 and you want it to be published to the Tutorial forum? And this article is gonna contain all stats of all players from every Game that has been played? You are not thinking to write it all by your own eh?

Sorry, but I felt for commenting it shutup

#32:  Author: Wulf PostPosted: Wed 19 Jan, 2011
GHOSTIE11 wrote:
Haha, that had been so epic tounge2 and you want it to be published to the Tutorial forum? And this article is gonna contain all stats of all players from every Game that has been played? You are not thinking to write it all by your own eh?

Sorry, but I felt for commenting it shutup

Well I can always ask! I actually do not quite get where this tutorial forum is. And what withholds you to help me gather all the info any way, Ghostie tounge1.

#33:  Author: Qu PostPosted: Wed 19 Jan, 2011
wulf, I like the idea but I don't think you need to become a scribe for that. And if you need a place to write it I think that a room in the mansion may be a better place than a desk in the scribes corner smile

And when you have completed it, I think it belongs as a sticky in the WG/VG forum smile

#34:  Author: Wulf PostPosted: Wed 19 Jan, 2011
Alright! I will use the mansion then ^_^. I just don't like the idea that stats can disappear from the playground, and I wanted others their stats as well smile.

#35:  Author: Phoenixatc PostPosted: Mon 04 Apr, 2011
Ah man. I'd LOVE to help. But not enough time for me to do it.
Got enough paperwork as is. cry

#36:  Author: Cornelia Xaos PostPosted: Thu 21 Apr, 2011
I'd love to help. I have plenty of time to go around and group information together. I enjoy reading almost any post and while my own post count may seem small now, it's growing by at least one a day if not many more.

I don't currently have any ideas for new tutorials, but I'm sure that after I look a little harder at the archives that I'd come up with a few. Currently I just read over the old posts and post a reply of my own if I found anything helpful, but that would change if I became a scribe. I'd have to fulfill my 'scribic' (?) duties.

(Oh, and I like to write! What? Seems like a key component to being a scribe.)

#37:  Author: Qu PostPosted: Thu 21 Apr, 2011
welcome to the scribes, Scipio Xaos!

here is your key -> clicky

#38:  Author: KittyDreams PostPosted: Mon 25 Apr, 2011
I would really like to help. I love finding new ways to lucid dream, and currently me and my friend are testing different methods to share dreams. I love writing, which does seem to be necessary, so the two combined, I think being a scribe would be a great honour, and amazing fun! Just to think that I could contribute to this community is a reward in itself.

#39:  Author: Eilatan PostPosted: Tue 19 Jul, 2011
Okay. I would like to volunteer to become a scribe. I realise I haven't had an ld yet, but I have been around the forum for a while and have seen, and like to go through, lots of posts. After seeing someone asking for help interpreting their dreams, I realised that we don't have any FAQ guides on normal dreams, interpreting dreams and finding dream signs (actually, I think a few guides mention dream signs in passing). Anyhow, I realise this is a lucid dreaming forum, but we include normal dreams as part of the forum and we have quiet a few normal dreamers around, so why can't we cater to them with FAQ's, too?

I feel that a lot of people that come here start off with interpreting their dreams and looking for dream signs. There are also others that come to discover why they have odd and freaky dreams, frequent nightmares etc. I understand that these kinds of things are usually personal, but sometimes I feel as if we cater to these kinds of topics yet act as if they have nothing to do with lucidity. Even though normal dreams are at least the bases of lucid ones and people often become lucid from nightmares.

And okay, I'm probably rhanting a long rhant, but I do feel like it could be useful, and that's why I think I should be a scribe. Errr... And I write goods? Literature major ftw? XD

P.S: Okay, I know there's a "recognize" page on the main guide which is also awesome, but mostly overlooked neutral

P.S.S: I has cookies?

#40:  Author: Eilatan PostPosted: Sun 14 Aug, 2011
*Eilatan fixes internet and leaves a plate of warm cookies on the window sill of this topic before running off notify

#41:  Author: Tggtt PostPosted: Thu 15 Sep, 2011
Forgive my question, I don't know if it's already like this, but I've been pondering about this for years now...

Wouldn't it be nice if anyone is welcome to write a FAQ, tutorial, article or etc, which I will refer only as "document".
Then this person submits it to the scribers, who will review the documents and them approve it, possibly asking for corrections or improvements or just rejecting it.

It could occur in a periodic way, for example, each month there's a subject which is needing a new related document, and willing participants would try to write it.

Unrelated documents should be also accepted for review, because it could be something unthought and relevant.

Just a suggestion, I'm saying it because I really like the article base.

#42:  Author: Eilatan PostPosted: Thu 15 Sep, 2011
Okay Tggtt, what you are saying kind of sounds like it has two parts to it (p.s: Just forgive me if any of this is wrong):

1. Why do we have a scribes group?
2. Why can't everyone basically "be a scribe" in the sense that anyone can submit an article?

1 is a bit iffy, but it came from 2 for me.

Okay, I don't think any scribe would turn down a kind of "free article" that someone wants to write. The reason that there is a structured scribe group is because there are many different people who want to work on different articles. The reason that the scribes is a "private group" is because the scribes have their own forum where they are able to help out and lay out their ideas while gathering feedback from others. This would get a bit confusing if this place is in public due to things such as spam, people jumping the gun on articles that may never happen, and just generally mess up a scribes mind for having to deal with such an open topic. If a scribe wants feedback though, they wouldn't be discouraged in asking "outside of the scribe group" information, or something.

Now we do have a lot of articles not written by scribes, floating around, yes. I have seen yours, and they are interesting, Tggtt. Seeing as they have not been removed, I'm going to say that you weren't denied the right to write them or anything tounge1. The most likely reason I can give you for them seeming "under appreciated" by the scribe community is the fact that there currently is no scribe who is designated to looking through the forum for the posts that could (with a bit of polishing from their authors) be posted in the FAQ/Guide section.

The Scribe group generally gives structure to those wishing to write frequent articles, or help others write articles as long as posting their own. The reason everyone submitting "documents" to the scribes wouldn't exactly work well is because there could be general spam, things that may seem important but can be posted in other sections, or things that if polished by the scribes themselves would leave too much work.

Okay, that's all I can think of to say. Sorry if I offended or don't make sense or sound wrong. D=

#43:  Author: Tggtt PostPosted: Thu 15 Sep, 2011
Eilatan wrote:
...sounds like it has two parts to it

1. Why do we have a scribes group?
2. Why can't everyone basically "be a scribe" in the sense that anyone can submit an article?

No problem, And that's not what I meant. A bit more like the second, but not exactly.

The scribes would still need a private board, and of course, they would still exist, and also, they would still write.

But in my idea, they could act as reviewers as well. Consider the following fact: every published article should be accepted by the scribes. It's not that different than what we have nowadays. This would keep the article space quality by reviewing the contributions (documents).

The only difference is that they could call for some contributions outside the scribes' board. And they would discuss the submissions in their private board, and the reviews could be sent anonymously to the author.
It's not easy to write an article or something like that, so people just wanting to spam would rarely try to write it.

In fact, it's just an idea, I know that their task is similar to the creation of encyclopaedias: gather information and store it in a better way for later reference. So, maybe it shouldn't be a task for the scribes, but other group.

My articles are mostly about new ideas, not about rewriting something consolidated; they would probably not fit until they reach another level of trustworthiness.

Forgive me, dear scribes! We love you.

(Maybe I should had posted this on "Feedback and suggestions" instead.)

#44:  Author: JaySkyecrest PostPosted: Tue 08 Nov, 2011
I haven't been joined for too long, only seven months, but I know quite a bit about lucid dreaming. I have been reading up, and studying it leisurely for about five years now. I love to read, and write! Writing is one of my biggest hobbies, and I have been doing it for years. I know that I haven't been on this site for too long, however I would really love to be a scribe if I could! astral

By the way.... Is this topic still up and running at all?

#45:  Author: MagykKatte PostPosted: Tue 24 Apr, 2012
Alright, I've been a little intimidated, but I'd like to apply to be a scribe. I often find myself lurking around old guides and topics, and I love searching through them for useful information. I'm a pretty good writer, and I can be well organized. Also, I've noticed that we don't have an article about dream teleportation, though it's mentioned in passing. I'd enjoy writing an article on that, if possible, because I've spent a lot of lucid dreams working on it. And there are a few other subjects I don't think have been as well covered. Anyway, thanks for reading smile

#46:  Author: Eilatan PostPosted: Sat 05 May, 2012
Welcome to the Scribes, MagykKatte.

Here is your key tounge2

#47:  Author: Qu PostPosted: Sat 05 May, 2012
Thank you Eilatan smile

#48:  Author: MagykKatte PostPosted: Sat 05 May, 2012
Thanks Q and Eilatan!! smile

#49:  Author: O_oNevermore PostPosted: Sat 01 Sep, 2012
I would love to be a scribe in the future. I need to develop my writing skills a bit more first though tounge2

#50:  Author: Antylamon PostPosted: Tue 09 Oct, 2012
^ I would like to be a scribe at some point since I have good writing skills, but I don't have much experience with dreams and LDing, let alone the useful post count. Is there some sort of skill combining service that we could find? XD

#51:  Author: HeadInTheClouds PostPosted: Sat 01 Dec, 2012
I would like to be a scribe. I obviously don't have the 50 useful post count, but I am very good and thorough with researching a topic. I am a Psychology major in college and my GPA is above 3.8. My writing skills are pretty decent, and should suffice for writing FAQs and tutorials. Additionally, I have taken to lucid dreaming pretty well and am averaging over the last few months about 2-3 LDs a week. Considering I've only been LDing on purpose for a couple months, I think I am doing reasonably well, though in many of the lucids I lack a large degree of control.

Personally, I would be interested in writing an article on Dream Control. As I search around on the forums here and elsewhere, it can be hard for me to find how to do certain things in a LD. I would like to compile a list of the top ten things that LD4all members would like to learn how to do in their LDs, and write a thorough article that compiles all of the ideas that are out there on how to perform the techniques. For example, although there are a lot of posts on how to shapeshift, I would like to make it so that this article would have all of the different methods that people recommend to shapeshift, that way the information is more centralized and not so scattered.

Eagerly awaiting your response,

#52:  Author: Qu PostPosted: Sun 02 Dec, 2012
Welcome HeadInTheClouds!
here is your key smile

#53:  Author: theevil PostPosted: Mon 21 Jan, 2013
Do you have to be a scribe to write a tutorial/FAQ?

I would be interested in writing about the various gadgets that help with lucid dreaming, such as the Remee, WildMan, the LD mask by Nate True, and my very own DreamLamp; but I don't have the 50 useful post count, nor the "member for a long time." This has been something I have been researching for a while, and seems to be under represented in the Knowledge Base.

I am interested in LD gadgets, but I don't think I want to write a lot of FAQ's/Tutorials. Could I just write one guide, then stop? If I'm not a scribe, then can I still get my guide in the Knowledge Base?



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#54:  Author: Eilatan PostPosted: Tue 22 Jan, 2013
Hi theevil, some guides in the FAQ's and Articles weren't written by scribes. These threads were taken from other sections of the forum, and were considered useful posts for everyone. If you write up such a helpful guide and post it on the forum, and others are helped by it, it may also be placed in the FAQ's or Article Space.

#55:  Author: theevil PostPosted: Tue 22 Jan, 2013
Ok, Thanks for your answers. smile
I'll continue to research various gadgets that help with LDing, and possibly write a FAQ on them soon.

#56:  Author: Raizu PostPosted: Wed 30 Jan, 2013
I would love to write articles for LD4all!
Here's my application.

It might seem like I'm very new to this forum. Just in case you were wondering, I have been having an account on the Dutch forums since March 19th 2012 wink5

I love how dreams work. Therefore, I'm trying to learn about it as much as I can. I try to analyze my dreams, and to find their meanings. I always stumble upon amazing factors of the dream that I've overlooked, and might be essential to the way I feel or events that have happened before. You could call it a revelation wink5
I also really love writing. The only downside to it is that English is not my main language, although I think it is good enough to write full and detailed articles about my experiences and/or the experiences of lucid dreamers in general.

Working together with other scribes wouldn't be any problem to me. I am very curious about the way they experience lucid dreaming, or anything related to it. Also, I believe that when there are multiple persons sharing things about one subject, they can fill each other in, and keep learning about each other.

Last but not least, I have already started making tutorials about lucid dreaming; on YouTube. I don't know if I am allowed to put links or videos about those here, since it's advertising, but if you are interested, look for Raizufull on YouTube.
They are not only tutorials, but I also try to share my personal opinion and the way I look at things in the lucid dreaming community. I have not been doing this for years, but I am starting to fill that channel up with quite some videos. wink5

Another downside might be that I am only 16 years old, so I still have to do homework etc.
I hope the application looked okay! :D

#57:  Author: Eilatan PostPosted: Thu 31 Jan, 2013
Hiya Raizu. Thank you for your application. Here's your key :D

#58:  Author: Raizu PostPosted: Thu 31 Jan, 2013
I just did a Reality Check to see if I actually became a Scribe! smile
Looking forward to getting started ^^

#59:  Author: Thorn PostPosted: Fri 26 Apr, 2013
I'd considered applying to the Scribes in the past, but felt like I wanted to be sure I could exert effort towards LDing in general before I put in the application. However, I now feel that I've been through enough to actually apply.

I've had an account on LD4all for just over three years, with most of that time spent lurking unless I had something relevant to LDs to post. I've been in IRC for a good chunk of that time, and I tend to attract plenty of newcomers who seek me out the instant they enter IRC each day (e.g., TomLink and Kevin) for advice. I have several people like this all at once back in August, and thus several people prodded me about writing with the Scribes. At the time, I felt like I could dispense plenty of anecdotal evidence and advice, but I hardly followed my own words.

About a month ago, I was inspired by several people to get serious about LDing again, and I made it a personal mission to LD so that I could show them the fruits of that inspiration. As time passed, I began to notice that I was instead paying it forward; my LDing success became an inspiration for different people. I made the decision to continue paying it forward, and I feel that assisting LD4all as a whole via working with the Scribes on articles, both by supplying my viewpoints and by reconciling them with those of other Scribes, would be a great way to provide information to all aspiring lucid dreamers here.

LD4all members that know me well know that I have a love of DILDs rather than WILD techniques that tend to throw novices for a loop, and know that I prefer passive dream control and dream stability over actively molding the dream. My recent successes have been brought about by more traditional LDing techniques like RCing, visualization, meditation, awareness, WBTB, and keeping a DJ. I feel that I can help to make these concepts attractive to novice LDers on the forum just as I have for many in IRC, particularly by speaking to the thought processes instead of just the techniques, and being in a group that is dedicated to stating the facts about LD induction seems like a natural fit.

I hope to hear back soon -- I'm definitely ready to get involved if allowed. smile

#60:  Author: Eilatan PostPosted: Sat 27 Apr, 2013
Congratulations Thorn, you are now a scribe!

Here is your Key

#61:  Author: Eilatan PostPosted: Tue 03 Sep, 2013
Just wanted to remind everyone that the Scribes are always hiring.

If you wish to be a Scribe, please apply in this topic and do not send requests to the usergroup, as those are promptly destroyed.


#62:  Author: Tggtt PostPosted: Thu 07 Aug, 2014
Here I am! kiekeboe

The "fastest" or "longest" application ever, depending on how you look at it.

#63:  Author: Mario (Stefano) PostPosted: Fri 17 Oct, 2014
I am Stefano and I am 13 years old and I have autism. I like computers and phones but I also like lucid dreaming.
I like to make a article about lucid dreaming, false awakening, hypnagogic hallucinations, sleep paralysis etc

#64:  Author: CrunchyCrunch PostPosted: Mon 20 Aug, 2018
it will be fun i anavar-review-results would like to join and i love other people to help

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#65:  Author: moogle PostPosted: Mon 20 Aug, 2018
Hello CrunchyCrunch, welcome to the forum.
I think you didn't notice this in he first post
Apply if you:

Love going through old post and collect useful material
Like writing
can work together well with other scribes
Have been a member for some time
Can give constructive feedback and can also work with feedback of others
Have made at least 50 useful posts

Please consider reapplying once you have been a member for a while. ^^

#66:  Author: CrunchyCrunch PostPosted: Mon 20 Aug, 2018
i am a new member bro will learn slowly but lets what will happen

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#67:  Author: Tammi12345 PostPosted: Tue 28 Aug, 2018
i am a new member and i khnow the basics lets see what will happen i am sure it wil be good

#68:  Author: Qu PostPosted: Tue 28 Aug, 2018
Sorry, you need to have made at least 50 useful posts, and have been a member for some time, as moogle has already pointed out. Please read first post of this topic.

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